Big Sky Unveils $150 Million Improvement Plan

Big Sky Unveils $150 Million Improvement Plan

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Big Sky Unveils $150 Million Improvement Plan

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Image from Big Sky Facebook Page

Image from Big Sky Facebook Page

Big Sky Resort has big plans for the Montana-based ski area. In a new press release  the resort unveils plans to invest $150 million into improvements to the mountain and village by 2025. As part of the investment Big Sky will improve upon their lift network with new lifts and upgrades to 12 existing lifts.

Highlights

  • Lone Peak Triple will be replaced with a six-person high-speed bubble chair with heated seats.
  • Challenger Lift will be replaced by a new and improved triple.

The resort writes in the release:

Big Sky Resort, and its iconic, Matterhorn-like peak, have long stood alone on the mountain resort landscape, offering a ski experience that is, like Lone Peak, both unique and exceptional in the United States.

In the next decade, the resort will invest $150 million in mountain improvements to enhance and protect an experience and a mountain some have called “The American Alp.”

Plans are underway now for the most modern lift network, trend-setting food and beverage improvements, and intimate villages. Retaining and enhancing the character of Big Sky Resort’s welcoming warmth and vast terrain are paramount to delivering a truly singular experience among North American mountain resorts. View the timeline or download the press release.

 

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