36 Hours in Big Sky, Montana
Ready for a winter retreat, but don’t have a lot of time? No problem, in just 36 hours you can enjoy many of Big Sky’s best offerings. Let’s start with an example of an evening arrival:
After a busy day of traveling, what better way to wind down than with an old-fashioned Sleigh Ride Dinner? Take advantage of Lone Mountain Ranch’s Sleigh and Stay Package, which includes the acclaimed Sleigh Ride Dinner, accommodations in one of the ranch’s comfortable log cabins, and a bountiful breakfast.
7:00 pm—Lone Mountain Ranch Sleigh Ride Dinner, take a horse drawn sleigh ride over the river and through the woods to a cozy cabin. Once there dinner and entertainment, including Prime Rib among other mountain favorites.
7:30 am—Breakfast at Lone Mountain Ranch. Up and at ‘em, The Biggest Skiing in America is calling!
9:00 am-4:00 pm—For a fun filled day of skiing or snowboarding, head for Big Sky Resort and/or Moonlight Basin. Together, the two adjacent ski resorts comprise more than 5,500 acres of skiable terrain, the most skiable terrain anywhere in the U.S. Click on the following for more information regarding lift tickets and pricing:
- Biggest Skiing in America —access to both Big Sky Resort and Moonlight Basin
- Big Sky Resort
- Moonlight Basin
12:30 pm--Lunch at the Cabin Bar & Grill, located at the base of the Silverknife ski run. Enjoy delicious skier’s lunch.
4:00 pm-6:00 pm –Relax in the Solace Spa with a massage, body treatment, facial or blowout for the helmet hair then head to “après” at the Carabiner Lounge.
6:30 pm—The Montana Dinner Yurt, backcountry adventure. Your evening begins with a 20 minute ride by snow-cat to a cozy yurt (an igloo-like tent) tucked back in the Montana wilderness.