Big Sky Ski Resort started the ski season last week with three lifts spinning and snowmaking equipment pumping to accommodate the unseasonably warm Montana temperatures and little snow. Currently, Explorer 2, Powder Seeker 6, Ramcharger 8, and Swift Current 6 chairlifts are turning.
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Sustainability means different things to different people, but for Big Sky Resort’s Sustainability Specialist Amy Trad and the Big Sky Resort it means Net Zero Carbon Emissions by 2030.
Two companies that help facilitate Summer Work Travel (SWT) programs, the Council on International Educational Exchange (CIEE) and InterExchange, reached out to Chambers of Commerce throughout the country, concerned about a presidential proclamation that extended the limitation of the number of J-1 visa applicants able to come to the United Stat
On Feb. 2, Boyne Resorts announced a purchase commitment with CMS Enterprises which resulted in 100% renewable electric energy at all Boyne resorts and facilities as of the first of the new year. This was possible in part by the purchase of renewable energy credits, or RECs.
On Tuesday, Boyne Resorts announced a purchase commitment with CMS Enterprises, a CMS energy subsidiary, that 100% offsets electric energy at all Boyne resorts and facilities in North America as of Jan. 1.
Community COVID testing is coming soon to the Big Sky County Water and Sewer District (BSCWSD) parking area, per a unanimous vote by the BSCWSD board during Tuesday’s meeting.
The Big Sky community showed real fortitude this spring, according to Brian Wheeler, vice president of Real Estate and Development at Big Sky Resort. The pandemic forced thoughts of prioritization for many people and businesses – an essential step when the world faced so much uncertainty. That time also allowed for core work to be done.
Yesterday, Big Sky Resort season passes and lift tickets went on sale after a hiatus over the summer.
After Sunday March 15, ski operations at Big Sky Resort will cease. Restaurants will remain open situationally and lodging will close by Sunday March 22. The Resort emphasized a relaxed cancelation policy. All future reservations will be automatically processed for refunds.
It is an epic reunion – a celebration of snow and friendship. High fives, thumbs-ups, squeals of happiness, name chanting and so much cowbell, grace this gathering of extreme athletes at the 2020 Area Winter Games. The eleventh year of this Special Olympics Montana competition is a time of near-constant grinning and pure joy.