Best Ski Resorts near Bozeman - MT

There are 2 ski resorts near Bozeman. Here are some stats for the Bozeman nearby ski resorts:

Big Sky

Big Sky, MT

  • Vertical Drop 4,366 ft
  • Skiable Area 5,850 ac
  • Number of Lifts 39

Just 45 minutes from Yellowstone National Park, Big Sky is the second largest ski resort in the United States by acreage, with 5,850 acres of skiable terrain. More than 4,300 feet of vertical terrain means you’ll be hard-pressed to ski the same run twice. And 2,300 acres are dedicated to beginner and intermediate level skiers. Big Sky also has the most technologically advanced lift network in North America, with its heated seats and weatherproof bubbles. Big Sky is home to Lone Peak, which has 300 degrees of skiing off it, views of three states and two national parks, and it is surrounded by three other mountains.

Bridger Bowl

Bozeman, MT

  • Vertical Drop 2,700 ft
  • Skiable Area 2,000 ac
  • Number of Lifts 11

Since 1955, Bridger Bowl has operated as a non-profit ski area since 1955, and they have a sustainable business model. Bridger Bowl has 2,000 acres of terrain that averages 350 inches of snow a year.  The resort has a 2,700 feet vertical drop with eight chairlifts. There are 75 trails and Bridger Bowl has terrain for all skill levels. It has a dedicated beginner’s area, not to mention can enjoy 500 acres of low angle power and groomers for those still finding their footing.

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