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Big Sky FAQ

Big Sky - Your Questions Answered

New Snow in Big Sky

 When will it snow in Big Sky?

When is the next forecast snowfall?

The next notable snow forecast is 2cm, expected on 9 December, with around 5cm forecast over the next 7 days. There is some snow currently indicated by the long-range (7 days+) forecast; but too far ahead to be relied upon.

Find out more :- long-range Snow Forecast

 When did it last snow in Big Sky?

How old is the snow? When was the last reported snowfall?

We do not have a current Snow Report from Big Sky but you can use the link below to view snow reports from other American Ski Resorts.

Find out more :- Snow Reports for other American Ski Resorts

Snow in Big Sky, United States

 How much snow is there in Big Sky?

How deep is the snow on the ground?

We don't have current snow depths for Big Sky but you can use the link below to view snow depth at other American Ski Resorts.

Find out more :- Snow Depths for American Ski Resorts

Skiing in Big Sky, United States

 How high is Big Sky?

At what altitude is the ski area and resort?

Big Sky is at 2,290m. There are pistes / trails from 2,070m up to 3,410m above sea level.

Find out more :- Big Sky Facts & Figures

 Where can I stay in Big Sky?

Are there hotels, chalets or apartments to rent in Big Sky?

We know of at least 225 Hotels, Chalets and Apartments in Big Sky.

Find out more :- Search for Accommodation in Big Sky

 Which is the best Airport for Big Sky?

Which airports offer the shortest transfers?

The closest airport to Big Sky is Bozeman Yellowstone.

Find out more :- Airport Transfer Times to Big Sky

 When does Big Sky open?

When does the ski season start in Big Sky?

Big Sky usually opens late November (Thanksgiving).

 When does Big Sky close?

When does the ski season end for Big Sky?

Big Sky usually closesMid April.

Please Note

In common with all ski areas, planned opening and closing dates may be changed at any time due to the current snow and operational conditions in Big Sky. You should always check directly with the Tourist Office before making plans to travel.