Secure your passes as Big Sky prepares for Thanksgiving Day opening
Here’s something to be thankful for – ski season begins at Big Sky Resort on Turkey Day! Get your mittens on one of many discounted ski passes, on sale through November 30th. Here are the details on a couple featured passes.
The Bronze Season Pass is direct-to-lift, Monday through Thursday, with bonus access every day from Nov. 28th through Dec. 21st and April 1st–19th (blackout dates: Dec. 22nd to Jan. 3rd and Feb. 15th–23rd). Bronze passholders also receive $20 off regular season window rate on non-direct-to-lift dates. This pass is $599 for adults (26-64), $559 for seniors (65-79), $549 for young adults (18-25), $459 for teens (13-17), or $259 for juniors (7-12) and legend skiers (80+) through Nov. 30th.
The Montana Pass is direct-to-lift 21 select dates. Passholders may also pick up a lift ticket to ski any date of choice outside of the blackout periods (Dec. 22 to Jan. 3rd and Feb. 15th–23rd). This pass is $219 for adults (26-64), $199 for young adults (18-25), teens (13-17) and seniors (65-79), or $179 for juniors (7-12) and legend skiers (80+) through Nov. 30th.
Along with daily lift tickets, additional season pass options are also available. Purchase yours now at www.bigskyresort.com, where you can also check out this season’s lessons and programs through the Big Sky Mountain Sports School. So, gather up your winter gear, along with friends and family before heading up to Lone Peak. Big Sky Resort opens for the winter season on November 28th.
Established in 1973, Big Sky Resort is located in the Northern Rockies of Southwest Montana between Bozeman and Yellowstone National Park. Big Sky Resort is the Biggest Skiing in America with 5,800+ acres offering an average of two acres per skier and 4,350 vertical drop. •