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Big Sky Resort Photos

Browse through our collection of photography from Big Sky Resort to get acquainted with it before your ski trip or to relive great memories on the slopes at Big Sky Resort.

Big Sky Resort - this place stinks.  long lines, bad snow, friendly lifties, boring mountain.  go to CO. - © anonymous

Big Sky Resort - this place stinks. long lines, bad snow, friendly lifties, boring mountain. go to CO.
Copyright: anonymous

Big Sky Resort - this place stinks.  long lines, bad snow, friendly lifties, boring mountain.  go to CO. - © anonymous
I was glad to have this helmet for the steep decent off Lone Peak, Big Sky. - © Eric Schmidt

I was glad to have this helmet for the steep decent off Lone Peak, Big Sky.
Copyright: Eric Schmidt

I was glad to have this helmet for the steep decent off Lone Peak, Big Sky. - © Eric Schmidt
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
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
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
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
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
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
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
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
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 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
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
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
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
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
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
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
"Who's ready for Lone Peak?" - © Michel Tallichet

"Who's ready for Lone Peak?"
Copyright: Michel Tallichet

"Who's ready for Lone Peak?" - © Michel Tallichet
Pick your line and stick it! Photo: Erik Morrison - © Freeride competition for adults and juniors

Pick your line and stick it! Photo: Erik Morrison
Copyright: Freeride competition for adults and juniors

Pick your line and stick it! Photo: Erik Morrison - © Freeride competition for adults and juniors
Whatever it takes to make a splash. Photo: Michel Tallichet - © Famous end of the ski season fun where participants ski over ponds of water

Whatever it takes to make a splash. Photo: Michel Tallichet
Copyright: Famous end of the ski season fun where participants ski over ponds of water

Whatever it takes to make a splash. Photo: Michel Tallichet - © Famous end of the ski season fun where participants ski over ponds of water
Minion Dummy ready for launch. Photo: Glenniss Indreland - © Creative dummies are launched off a snow jump to their demise.

Minion Dummy ready for launch. Photo: Glenniss Indreland
Copyright: Creative dummies are launched off a snow jump to their demise.

Minion Dummy ready for launch. Photo: Glenniss Indreland - © Creative dummies are launched off a snow jump to their demise.
Lone Peak under the big night sky. - © Chris Kamman

Lone Peak under the big night sky.
Copyright: Chris Kamman

Lone Peak under the big night sky. - © Chris Kamman
Yes, Big Sky is known for its steeps, but with terrain this expansive, it's got something for everyone to explore. - © Glenniss Indreland

Yes, Big Sky is known for its steeps, but with terrain this expansive, it's got something for everyone to explore.
Copyright: Glenniss Indreland

Yes, Big Sky is known for its steeps, but with terrain this expansive, it's got something for everyone to explore. - © Glenniss Indreland
Big Sky ski school.  - © Michel Tallichet

Big Sky ski school.
Copyright: Michel Tallichet

Big Sky ski school.  - © Michel Tallichet
Seven ziplines on two courses flank Lone Peak at Big Sky. - © Michel Tallichet

Seven ziplines on two courses flank Lone Peak at Big Sky.
Copyright: Michel Tallichet

Seven ziplines on two courses flank Lone Peak at Big Sky. - © Michel Tallichet
Snowshoe tours are a great way to explore Big Sky. - © Michel Tallichet

Snowshoe tours are a great way to explore Big Sky.
Copyright: Michel Tallichet

Snowshoe tours are a great way to explore Big Sky. - © Michel Tallichet
Big Sky’s annual season-end pond skim celebration. - © Michel Tallichet

Big Sky’s annual season-end pond skim celebration.
Copyright: Michel Tallichet

Big Sky’s annual season-end pond skim celebration. - © Michel Tallichet
Whitewater Inn at Big Sky Montana - © Jim R. Harris

Whitewater Inn at Big Sky Montana
Copyright: Jim R. Harris

Whitewater Inn at Big Sky Montana - © Jim R. Harris
Whitewater Inn at Big Sky Montana - © Jim R. Harris

Whitewater Inn at Big Sky Montana
Copyright: Jim R. Harris

Whitewater Inn at Big Sky Montana - © Jim R. Harris
Whitewater Inn at Big Sky Montana - © Jim R. Harris

Whitewater Inn at Big Sky Montana
Copyright: Jim R. Harris

Whitewater Inn at Big Sky Montana - © Jim R. Harris
Whitewater Inn at Big Sky Montana - © Jim R. Harris

Whitewater Inn at Big Sky Montana
Copyright: Jim R. Harris

Whitewater Inn at Big Sky Montana - © Jim R. Harris
Whitewater Inn at Big Sky Montana - © Michel Tallichet

Whitewater Inn at Big Sky Montana
Copyright: Michel Tallichet

Whitewater Inn at Big Sky Montana - © Michel Tallichet
Whitewater Inn at Big Sky Montana - © Jim R. Harris

Whitewater Inn at Big Sky Montana
Copyright: Jim R. Harris

Whitewater Inn at Big Sky Montana - © Jim R. Harris
Whitewater Inn at Big Sky Montana - © Michel Tallichet

Whitewater Inn at Big Sky Montana
Copyright: Michel Tallichet

Whitewater Inn at Big Sky Montana - © Michel Tallichet
Summit at Big Sky - © Glenniss Indreland

Summit at Big Sky
Copyright: Glenniss Indreland

Summit at Big Sky - © Glenniss Indreland
Ripping the dictator chutes at Big Sky.  - © Lonnie Ball

Ripping the dictator chutes at Big Sky.
Copyright: Lonnie Ball

Ripping the dictator chutes at Big Sky.  - © Lonnie Ball
Scenic Big Sky, Montana. - © Chris Kamman

Scenic Big Sky, Montana.
Copyright: Chris Kamman

Scenic Big Sky, Montana. - © Chris Kamman
With a 50-degree pitch and more than 1,000-foot vertical drop, Big Sky's signature run, Big Couloir, is no joke. In fact, skiers looking to check it off their bucket list must sign out with ski patrol, have a partner, transceiver, probe and shovel. - © Michel Tallchet

With a 50-degree pitch and more than 1,000-foot vertical drop, Big Sky's signature run, Big Couloir, is no joke. In fact, skiers looking to check it off their bucket list must sign out with ski patrol, have a partner, transceiver, probe and shovel.
Copyright: Michel Tallchet

With a 50-degree pitch and more than 1,000-foot vertical drop, Big Sky's signature run, Big Couloir, is no joke. In fact, skiers looking to check it off their bucket list must sign out with ski patrol, have a partner, transceiver, probe and shovel. - © Michel Tallchet
Lone Peak Tram, Big Sky. - © Chad Jones

Lone Peak Tram, Big Sky.
Copyright: Chad Jones

Lone Peak Tram, Big Sky. - © Chad Jones
Big Sky has endless terrain to suit skiers and riders of all abilities. - © Mark Davidson

Big Sky has endless terrain to suit skiers and riders of all abilities.
Copyright: Mark Davidson

Big Sky has endless terrain to suit skiers and riders of all abilities. - © Mark Davidson
Horseshoe is a must-ski intermediate run at Big Sky. - © Lonnie Ball

Horseshoe is a must-ski intermediate run at Big Sky.
Copyright: Lonnie Ball

Horseshoe is a must-ski intermediate run at Big Sky. - © Lonnie Ball
Skiers working up to the expert level need not be intimidated at Big Sky. - © Lonnie Ball

Skiers working up to the expert level need not be intimidated at Big Sky.
Copyright: Lonnie Ball

Skiers working up to the expert level need not be intimidated at Big Sky. - © Lonnie Ball
Big Sky couloirs aren't for the faint of heart. - © Lonnie Ball

Big Sky couloirs aren't for the faint of heart.
Copyright: Lonnie Ball

Big Sky couloirs aren't for the faint of heart. - © Lonnie Ball
Big Sky pow. - © Lonnie Ball

Big Sky pow.
Copyright: Lonnie Ball

Big Sky pow. - © Lonnie Ball
Keely Kelleher getting the goods at Big Sky Resort. - © Ryan Day Thompson

Keely Kelleher getting the goods at Big Sky Resort.
Copyright: Ryan Day Thompson

Keely Kelleher getting the goods at Big Sky Resort. - © Ryan Day Thompson
Mary Ball skis Moonlight Basin, now part of Big Sky Resort..  - © Lonnie Ball/Moonlight Basin

Mary Ball skis Moonlight Basin, now part of Big Sky Resort..
Copyright: Lonnie Ball/Moonlight Basin

Mary Ball skis Moonlight Basin, now part of Big Sky Resort..  - © Lonnie Ball/Moonlight Basin

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Pacific Northwest, BC to Pocket 3-6 Feet: 12.13 Snow B4U Go ©Meteorologist Chris Tomer

Pacific Northwest, BC to Pocket 3-6 Feet: 12.13 Snow B4U Go

The storm track has shifted back towards the Pacific Northwest and could bring 3-6 feet of snow for some areas.
Multiple Storms & 1-3 Feet for Parts of West: 11.29 Snow B4U Go ©Meteorologist Chris Tomer

Multiple Storms & 1-3 Feet for Parts of West: 11.29 Snow B4U Go

The U.S. weather pattern remains active for the West, including California. There are two to three different storm ...
Feast on 1-3 Feet of Thanksgiving Powder: 11.22 Snow B4U Go ©Meteorologist Chris Tomer

Feast on 1-3 Feet of Thanksgiving Powder: 11.22 Snow B4U Go

The U.S. weather pattern is moving to a very active jet stream that now favors areas devoid of snow just a week ago...
Serious Snow in Spots: 11.15 Snow B4U Go ©Meteorologist Chris Tomer

Serious Snow in Spots: 11.15 Snow B4U Go

The U.S. weather pattern mirrors last week with another large storm system for the Northeast and moderate snow out ...

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