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Powder Alert—Big Sky, Montana has had consistent, great snow this season. With several early-season snowstorms and nearly 60 inches in the past week alone, Big Sky Resort and Moonlight Basin Resort have amazing ski conditions and more than 2,800 acres open so far this season. With more terrain opening every day and a 40 to 60-plus inch base depth, Big Sky has kicked off an amazing ski season and it looks like it will just keep getting better and better. Add over 80 kilometers of groomed cross-country skiing at Lone Mountain Ranch, one of the country’s top-rated Nordic ski centers, and Big Sky is truly a winter wonderland.

When you aren’t skiing, there are always plenty of other things to do in Big Sky. Try one of the many dining options on the ski hill, or travel down the mountain and check out the great restaurants at the Big Sky Town Center, Lone Mountain Ranch, Buck’s T-4 Restaurant, and the 320 Guest Ranch. With everything from bonfires to ice skating, spas to shopping, sleigh rides to dogsled adventures, there are activities to keep every member of the family entertained. For those with a little more time, the wonders of Yellowstone National Park are only 45 minutes away.

Known as the Biggest Skiing in America, Big Sky boasts over 5,500 acres of skiable alpine terrain, with 4,350 vertical feet and 400 inches of annual snowfall, plus more than 80 kilometers of Nordic skiing. The lift lines in Big Sky are non-existent and a ride to the top via lift or tram provides incredible panoramic mountain views of two national parks and three states.

Big Sky invites all skiers to come experience the powder. Bozeman Yellowstone International Airport offers direct flights to and from over 10 airports nationwide, now including Newark International Airport this season. Visit biggestskiinginamerica.com for more information and ski & stay packages.