Big Sky Resort Trail Map

Get details to the best on mountain spots at Big Sky Resort

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Shedhorn Grille

Summit of Lone Peak


Powder Seeker

Challenger Chairlift

Forbidden Forest

Swifty 2.0

Everett’s 8,800

1. Powder Seeker: Most technologically-advanced chairlift built this year in the United States. The high-speed, six-seat detachable chairlift with heated seats, headrests and Big Sky blue bubble covers is a quick 3-minute ride. It’s the highest bubble chair in North America, with the top terminal sitting at 9,812 feet.

2. Summit of Lone Peak: A quick ride on the Lone Peak Tram puts skiers on the top of Lone Peak at 11,166 feet. From there, the number of descents are endless. Chose any direction and 4,350 feet of vertical awaits you.

3. Headwaters: Headwaters Ridge is home to more than a dozen double black diamond chutes guaranteed to satisfy even the most serious adrenaline junkie. Home of multiple freeride competitions.

4. Challenger Chairlift: The new Challenger Chairlift is a triple chairlift with a conveyor load. The quick 9-minute ride to the top of the ridge provides skiers with some of the best expert-only terrain on the mountain.

5. Everett’s 8,800: It’s cocktail time. Everett’s massive deck, amazing views of Lone Peak and outdoor fireplaces with couches provides a great resting spot for a drink while skiers plot their next run.

6. Shedhorn Grille: If you’re skiing the untapped powder on the resort’s south-facing slopes, stop in for a snack at the Shedhorn Grille, an on-slope yurt serving beer, burgers and brats with a view.

7. Swifty 2.0: Located at the Big Sky base area, this intermediate terrain park is a the perfect spot to throw your best tricks for a crowd.

8. Forbidden Forest: One of our new runs this year. A gladed blue square run located between Lower Morningstar and Magic Meadows and connects into Fast Lane west of the brand new Challenger chairlift.

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