If exclusivity tops your ski vacation charts, then Big Sky, and Moonlight Basin, the abutting resort which shares the famed Lone Peak, are guaranteed to delight. You’ll feel like these two resorts, and their expansive 5,500-plus total acres, are all yours. These resorts are often coined as the “best ski resorts you’ve never skied.” There’s never a lift line at Big Sky or Moonlight Basin, allowing you to ski on your own terms. Plus, there are plenty of luxury lodging options and fine dining experience to satiate those with a fondness for indulgence. While the night life and evening activities are sleepy, a Big Sky luxury ski vacation is perfect for someone looking for an exclusive, private−and deeply relaxing−experience that few skiers can boast.
Big Sky and Moonlight Basin offer some of North America’s best ski in, ski out access, and there are plenty of properties that provide high-end details, services and amenities. Here’s Ski.com’s top picks for Big Sky luxury lodging options. To learn more about these properties, or book them for your next ski vacation, call, or chat with, one of Ski.com’s knowledgeable Mountain Vacation Specialists.
• Offering incredible ski in, ski out access to both Big Sky and Moonlight Basin ski resorts, the Moonlight Mountain Homes offer guests spacious and beautifully appointed 1,170 to 2,000- square-foot chalet-style homes. The properties also feature wrap-around decks, wood burning and gas fireplaces and a full kitchen. Incredible windows provide stunning views of Spanish Peaks.
• Ski in, ski out Cowboy Condominiums are penthouse-style suites feature extravagant interior and exterior design, featuring stone and log accents, grand picture windows, large deck with private hot tub, fireplace, and deluxe gourmet kitchen.
• Located within 100 yards of the chairlifts, Summit at Big Sky, a deluxe, slopeside lodge marries the convenience of a hotel with the amenities of a condominium. This sophisticated Euro-Western Summit at Big Sky features eight residential levels, two public levels with reception, concierge, meeting rooms and an espresso cart.
If you want world-class fine dining restaurant that offers an authentic Western experience, then a reservation at Rainbow Ranch Lodge is in order. The menu revolves around a ranch-to-table concept, similar to the sustainably conscious farm-to-table movement, but specific to ranch meat, game and wild vegetables. House specialties include elk kielbasa, wild boar sausage with huckleberries, lamb and duck prosciutto. Pair this with an incredible wine list, barrel-aged cocktails and spectacular views of the Gallatin River.
To learn more about Big Sky luxury ski vacations call, or chat with, one of Ski.com’s knowledgeable Mountain Vacation Specialists.