Big Sky, Montana – Big Sky Resort is calling this #Snowvember a November to remember. If you haven’t booked your trip to Big Sky, right now is the perfect time to do so.
According to the numbers from Big Sky Resort, November 2018 set a new snow record and is being called the best November in 30 years. The ski area saw 76 inches of snow in November, which is 190% of average. The prior snowfall record was set in 1988 when the SW Montana ski area saw 74 inches of snow.
Since October 1, Big Sky Resort has received 104″ of snow at mid-mountain and is sitting at 150% of average. This is an insane amount of snow and should set Big Sky up for another incredible season.
If you want to get stoked on the Big Sky 2018/2019 season, here’s a bit of footage snot in November 2018 featured on Big Sky Resort’s YouTube Channel:
Big Sky Resort opened for the season on Thanksgiving Day with 750 acres and 4 major lifts. Today is December 4 and the resort already has roughly 2,500 acres of terrain open to skiers and riders. They are running 10/36 lifts and have opened 89/317 trails – including the Lone Peak Tram! Woohoo! You can always check the latest resort conditions on BigSkyResort.com.
Big Sky Resort also announced that Madison Base will open a week earlier than scheduled. So get your legs ready for Six Shooter and Lone Tree Lifts, which will open on Friday, December 7. Take note that Madison Base will only offer limited services until December 14.