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by: Beat Downpunks - 12th January 2014

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  • 3All-Mtn. Terrain
  • 5Family Friendly
  • 0Aprés Ski
  • 3Terrain Park
  • Overall Value
No lines, affordable, decent snow
Small lodge, not a lot of beers, no night life or lodging.

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This is a great old historical ski area that is operated for non profit by a courageous group that wish to keep affordable skiing for families local or visiting or for people that are looking to get warmed up for the season before hitting bigger destinations. If you are looking for the shred head mentality where the f bombs fly and you want to talk trash with the rest of your middle school mentality stoner buddies this place is not for you. Don't even go there because wants to deal with your B.S. except to kick your a__. If you have a large family group that has experienced and beginners and are on a budget try this place. Or if you are just looking for a low key place that doesn't have a bunch of attitude at least try this place once. This is an old historical ski area (1930's) near Yellowstone National Park and folks working there are friendly, helpful and are truly trying to provide a good experience.

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  • Kim Hill (23rd February 2017)

    Just an all-round great ski area. It re-opened in 2009 as a nonprofit, which sets it apart from the pack of huge...

  • Beat Downpunks (12th January 2014)

    This is a great old historical ski area that is operated for non profit by a courageous group that wish to keep...

  • John Mickus (5th December 2013)

    We loved the atmosphere of the mountain, from the gorgeous drive up from Cody, to the terrain, and especially the friendly staff...

  • Graham (14th January 2012)

    no comment at all it is just an awful mountain with nothing to do whatsoever and it has no snow at all....

  • Jeff (1st February 2011)

    Sleeping Giant has been there since 1938. It's a rustic, non-profit ski area nestled next to the eastern entrance of Yellowstone National...

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