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Mar

Bob Legasa and his Freeride Media team just hit Big Sky. What a great mountain to get some serious vert along with some quality snow! Here are some notes from Freeride Media about big sky, along with their awesome day all summed up in the video below. Bob writes, Big Sky Resort a 3,832-acre ski resort located in southwestern Montana was the first stop of our Montana State ski road trip and what a start it was! Our crew of Desiree Leipham, Scott Evans, Tommy Frey, Dan Herby and Bob Legasa hooked up with longtime friend Dan Egan and Big Sky local Kipp Proctor. This place is big with 4350 of vert and plenty of steeps and trees to keep the most die hard riders happy, If your just getting going in the sport Big Sky has plenty to offer with 40% of it’s terrain for begineer and intermediate. Opened in late 1973, Big Sky has grown over the last 35 years. Trademarked as the “Biggest Skiing in America” through the Biggest Skiing in America Pass, skiers and riders have access to over 5,532 acres. Three-quarters of the vast terrain is Big Sky Resort, with the remaining trails at Moonlight Basin. The Biggest Skiing in America Pass combines the two resorts making Moonlight Basin accessible from the Lone Peak Summit and via the Challenger Lift.


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