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Serious Freeride Skiing at Big Sky Resort

One of the largest playgrounds for outdoor adventurers in the United States awaits you in southwestern Montana.

Freeride Skiing Moderate, Difficult, Severe, Extreme

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Big Sky Ski Resort, Montana, has a whopping 5,850 acres of skiable terrain, 400 inches of annual snowfall, and 4,350 vertical feet. With 60 percent of its terrain fit for advanced/expert skiers, Big Sky is serious skiing.

Navigate windswept ridges and descend steep, technical sidecountry chutes with this selection of routes. Freeriding around Big Sky is a guaranteed adventure. You’ll need to be fully prepared with a beacon, shovel, and probe, and sign in with ski patrol before setting out.

Sources: https://www.outsideonline.com/1929101/why-serious-skiers-need-visit-big-sky-montana

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