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Check out the latest ski and snowboard photos from Big Sky ski resorts via the gallery below. These mountain and skiing pictures are sourced by our editorial team, the ski resorts themselves, as well as uploaded to our OnTheSnow Ski & Snow Report Mobile App thanks to skiers and riders like you! The firsthand comments and photos provide a crowd-sourced look at what's happening right now at Big Sky ski resorts, and anyone can upload a ski area photo using the app and see it live right here. Don't miss these up-to-the-minute skiing shots or the opportunity to contribute your own!

It’s the Biggest Skiing in America, but it’s not just the stats that are giant. - © Lonnie Ball

It’s the Biggest Skiing in America, but it’s not just the stats that are giant.
Copyright: Lonnie Ball

It’s the Biggest Skiing in America, but it’s not just the stats that are giant. - © Lonnie Ball
This is Big Sky Resort, where 400 inches of annual powder fall on 5,800 skiable acres and 4,350 vertical feet. - © Ryan Day Thompson

This is Big Sky Resort, where 400 inches of annual powder fall on 5,800 skiable acres and 4,350 vertical feet.
Copyright: Ryan Day Thompson

This is Big Sky Resort, where 400 inches of annual powder fall on 5,800 skiable acres and 4,350 vertical feet. - © Ryan Day Thompson
The Filling Station, aka "The Filler" brings down the house nightly with live music. - © James Robles

The Filling Station, aka "The Filler" brings down the house nightly with live music.
Copyright: James Robles

The Filling Station, aka "The Filler" brings down the house nightly with live music. - © James Robles
The Filling Station is an easy choice for après with attractive specials like this one.  - © James Robles

The Filling Station is an easy choice for après with attractive specials like this one.
Copyright: James Robles

The Filling Station is an easy choice for après with attractive specials like this one.  - © James Robles
Bacchus provides excellent pub-fare, live music and a variety of cocktails and draft beers.  - © James Robles

Bacchus provides excellent pub-fare, live music and a variety of cocktails and draft beers.
Copyright: James Robles

Bacchus provides excellent pub-fare, live music and a variety of cocktails and draft beers.  - © James Robles
Hit up Big Sky's mid-mountain burrito shack for a morning pick-me-up. - © Eric Slayman

Hit up Big Sky's mid-mountain burrito shack for a morning pick-me-up.
Copyright: Eric Slayman

Hit up Big Sky's mid-mountain burrito shack for a morning pick-me-up. - © Eric Slayman
Everett's 8800 is a must-do for Big Sky skiers looking for a luxury dining experience on the mountain. - © Michel Tallichet

Everett's 8800 is a must-do for Big Sky skiers looking for a luxury dining experience on the mountain.
Copyright: Michel Tallichet

Everett's 8800 is a must-do for Big Sky skiers looking for a luxury dining experience on the mountain. - © Michel Tallichet
Big Sky Resort added multiple improvements to their terrain parks for the 2015-2016 season. - © Eric Slayman

Big Sky Resort added multiple improvements to their terrain parks for the 2015-2016 season.
Copyright: Eric Slayman

Big Sky Resort added multiple improvements to their terrain parks for the 2015-2016 season. - © Eric Slayman
Big Sky may be known for its steep lines, but sometimes an old-fashioned groomer is all that you need. - © Eric Slayman

Big Sky may be known for its steep lines, but sometimes an old-fashioned groomer is all that you need.
Copyright: Eric Slayman

Big Sky may be known for its steep lines, but sometimes an old-fashioned groomer is all that you need. - © Eric Slayman
A good look at Big Sky's varied terrain. Hmmm, where to start?  - © Eric Slayman

A good look at Big Sky's varied terrain. Hmmm, where to start?
Copyright: Eric Slayman

A good look at Big Sky's varied terrain. Hmmm, where to start?  - © Eric Slayman
Big Couloir (skier's right) at Big Sky is a signature line that drops 1,200 vertical feet. - © Eric Slayman

Big Couloir (skier's right) at Big Sky is a signature line that drops 1,200 vertical feet.
Copyright: Eric Slayman

Big Couloir (skier's right) at Big Sky is a signature line that drops 1,200 vertical feet. - © Eric Slayman
Warm up at Big Sky with a few hot laps down their many endless groomers. - © Eric Slayman

Warm up at Big Sky with a few hot laps down their many endless groomers.
Copyright: Eric Slayman

Warm up at Big Sky with a few hot laps down their many endless groomers. - © Eric Slayman
Happy skiers stand at 11,166 feet on top of Big Sky's Lone Peak. - © Eric Slayman

Happy skiers stand at 11,166 feet on top of Big Sky's Lone Peak.
Copyright: Eric Slayman

Happy skiers stand at 11,166 feet on top of Big Sky's Lone Peak. - © Eric Slayman
Don't forget to sign the log book on top of Lone Peak. - © Eric Slayman

Don't forget to sign the log book on top of Lone Peak.
Copyright: Eric Slayman

Don't forget to sign the log book on top of Lone Peak. - © Eric Slayman
The Lone Peak Tram at Big Sky travels 2,828 feet in a matter of minutes. - © Eric Slayman

The Lone Peak Tram at Big Sky travels 2,828 feet in a matter of minutes.
Copyright: Eric Slayman

The Lone Peak Tram at Big Sky travels 2,828 feet in a matter of minutes. - © Eric Slayman
Scoot onto the Lone Peak Tram if you think you've got the stuff. - © Eric Slayman

Scoot onto the Lone Peak Tram if you think you've got the stuff.
Copyright: Eric Slayman

Scoot onto the Lone Peak Tram if you think you've got the stuff. - © Eric Slayman
Getting lost in Montana via Big Sky Resort - © Eric Slayman

Getting lost in Montana via Big Sky Resort
Copyright: Eric Slayman

Getting lost in Montana via Big Sky Resort - © Eric Slayman
Big Sky Resort picked up fresh powder followed by sun for MLK weekend 2016. - © Michel Tallichet/Big Sky Resort

Big Sky Resort picked up fresh powder followed by sun for MLK weekend 2016.
Copyright: Michel Tallichet/Big Sky Resort

Big Sky Resort picked up fresh powder followed by sun for MLK weekend 2016. - © Michel Tallichet/Big Sky Resort
Big Sky Resort picked up fresh powder followed by sun for MLK weekend 2016. - © Michel Tallichet/Big Sky Resort

Big Sky Resort picked up fresh powder followed by sun for MLK weekend 2016.
Copyright: Michel Tallichet/Big Sky Resort

Big Sky Resort picked up fresh powder followed by sun for MLK weekend 2016. - © Michel Tallichet/Big Sky Resort
Big Sky Resort picked up fresh powder followed by sun for MLK weekend 2016. - © Michel Tallichet/Big Sky Resort

Big Sky Resort picked up fresh powder followed by sun for MLK weekend 2016.
Copyright: Michel Tallichet/Big Sky Resort

Big Sky Resort picked up fresh powder followed by sun for MLK weekend 2016. - © Michel Tallichet/Big Sky Resort

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