The best ski resorts in Montana on Travel Tuesday

The feeling of fresh powder on your skis as you soar down the mountain is like nothing you have experienced before. Montana also referred to as The Big Sky Country, is home to some of the top ski resorts in the nation. We’ve gathered up the top Montana ski resorts to check out on your next trip.

Top Ski Resorts in Montana

Big Sky Resort

Learning where to ski in Montana is Big Sky Resort

Known to offer ‘The Biggest Skiing in America,’ this resort provides the average adrenaline junkie the entire package. Whether you’re tearing down the 5,850 skiable acres on one of the 310 different trails, this resort has it all. There is plenty to do on and off the mountain. After a long day of skiing or snowboarding, you can take a zipline tour through Yellowstone National Park. With lodging available right on property, it makes it easy to head to your hotel or condo after a little apres ski to rest up for what tomorrow will bring. 

Whitefish Mountain Resort

Top ski resort in Montana is Whitefish, Montana

With over 3,000 skiable acres of terrain, and an annual snowfall of 300+ inches, no wonder it was once called the Big Mountain. Whitefish Mountain Resort can accommodate skiers and riders of all levels. Located in the Rocky Mountains, this resort will make you feel like you’re one of their own. After a day on the mountain, we recommend you head to The Great Northern Brewery for a local beer or to  Loula’s for a slice of their infamous homemade pie. This resort is a hidden gem with all that it offers avid skiers alike.

Bridger Bowl

One of the best Montana ski locations is Bridger Bowl in Bozeman

Bridger Bowl located in Bozeman is home to 2,000 acres of skiable terrain with over 75 wide-open trails to ride. If you are a beginner or more experienced, this mountain has you covered, as they offer an array of ski areas for all levels. If you are ready for a challenge and are more seasoned, the Ridge Terrain will present you with steep chutes, rock cliffs and snowfields of unmarked trails. You can lodge in Bozeman which offers travelers a small-town atmosphere. There is plenty to do off the mountain from bars and breweries to live nightly music.

Getting Your Snow Gear There

The snow in Montana is thick and is ready for you, your friends, and your family to experience. With the season coming to an end soon, we highly recommend taking a quick weekend trip here while the snow is thick and fresh. When visiting, you’ll indulge in some local brews and glide through easy and/or hard terrain that will be sure to get your adrenaline going. 

What are you waiting for? Go ahead and book your lodging to one of the top Montana ski resorts and we’ll take care of getting your gear there. Grab a quick quote now from and get to booking. Your snow gear will arrive before you do so that you can enjoy more time on the slopes and less time renting from the lodge or waiting at the baggage claim.