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September 18, 2006

Winter is On Its Way at Big Sky

Dax at Big Sky took this awesome photo of Lone Peak this morning and sent it to me.

If you like resorts that offer 5,000 Acres of skiing and close to 4,000 feet of vertical, no lift lines (almost ever), and 400+ inches of snow each year, you might want to give Big Sky a try. I personally hate places like Big Sky though. I mean, once you have that kind of experience, you just don't even want to get out the skis and go anywhere else. It really just isn't fair.

Again, FREQUENCY PASS! Plain and simple. If you know you are going to go to Big Sky, the Frequency Pass is almost like stealing. It takes three-four days to make it worth the $69 because of the discounts. Or better yet, a day or two of the two weeks of free skiing, or of the half priced days for frequency pass holders. I am working out details of my trip up there this year.

Posted by Justin at September 18, 2006 11:17 AM



That is a sweet photo. If that doesn't capture the essence and beauty of MT, then I don't know what does. Okay, so maybe the huge condos don't capture the true nature of MT or does it give an exact picture of the economy in MT. But, still a great photo nonetheless.


Posted by: Jake Embleton at September 19, 2006 10:52 AM