Big Sky Trail Map

Big Sky Trail Map

View the trails and lifts at Big Sky with our interactive trail map of the ski resort. Plan out your day before heading to Big Sky or navigate the mountain while you're at the resort with the latest Big Sky trail maps. Click on the image below to see Big Sky Trail Map in a high quality.
Big Sky resort's trail map

Big Sky Ski Area

► Alpine ski area

Big Sky Resort boasts an impressive vertical rise of 4,350 feet. The mountain’s summit of 11,166 feet is serviced by the Lone Peak Tram that grants access to chutes and wide expansive bowls. From the top of the Lone Peak Tram, skiers and riders are able to see three states on a clear day, including Wyoming and Idaho. It is a truly unique experience for any outdoor lover! 

While the resort is known for impressive advanced and expert runs, it has over 2,300 acres for beginner and intermediate skiing. 

Before getting into the different areas of the mountain and where to find the best runs for each skill level, we must talk about the Ramcharger 8 chairlift. Heated seats! This eight-seat lift with a weather-proof bubble debuted in 2018 and is a truly unique experience within the sport. This isn't a gondola; it is a modern lift that you won't find anywhere else in North America. The fact that this high-speed lift drops you off in the middle of Andesite Mountain that highlights the best beginner and intermediate runs on the mountain (as well as some advanced runs) will ensure you make the most of your day on the mountain. 

As mentioned above, if you are a beginner skier, you'll want to stay on Andesite and Spirit mountains where there is a wide variety of beginner terrain. The combination of Lewis & Clark, Southern Comfort and the aforementioned Ramcharger 8 lifts will keep you on beginner terrain all day. Those truly experience skiing or boarding for the first time will want to stay at the Explorer area near the village. 

For intermediate skiers, the middle of the resort has a wide variety; either use Ramcharger or hunder Wolf to experience long, open runs like Big Horn or a bit steeper run amongh the trees like Tippy's Tumble. The Swift Curret high-speed lift also has a good amount of intermediate runs interspersed among the advanced runs. 

Then for those advanced or expert skiers, you are in for a treat. It is impossible to recap all of the options for those seeking a truly unique adventure; you can go up to Lone Mountain, take in the view, and then spend hours in the numerous expert options available to you. For the advanced skier, you'll want to head up Six Shooter and Lone Tree and enjoy the very long runs back down to base of the Six Shooter lift. 

► Cross-country Skiing and Snowshoeing

Big Sky offers a two-hour snowshoe tour through the Moose Tracks Gully, departing daily from the Mountain Village at 1:00p. For cross-country skiers, there are over 50 miles of groomed trails at Lone Mountain Ranch. There are professional instructors to teach you if needed, and there are beginner to advanced trails for all levels of expertise.

 

Operating status: Closed

N.A./69
Beginner Runs Open
N.A./74
Intermediate Runs Open
N.A./110
Advanced Runs Open
N.A./64
Expert Runs Open

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Terrain Overview

15%
Beginners Runs
25%
Intermediate Runs
42%
Advanced Runs
18%
Expert Runs
317
Runs in Total
6 mi
Longest Run
5800 ac
Skiable Terrain
400 ac
Snow Making
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