Located in the old railroad town of Whitefish, 60 miles (90 km) south of the Canadian border, Big Mountain caters to skiers and snowboarders of all ability levels. Famous for its uncrowded slopes, snow ghosts, abundant snowfall and unsurpassed views, Big Mountain is among the 10 largest ski resorts in the U.S. offering 3,000 skiable acres, 93 marked runs and thirteen lifts including two high-speed quad chairlifts. The resort is consistently ranked in the Top 30 North American Ski Resorts by SKI Magazine.Considered the recreation capitol of Montana, the Whitefish region and Glacier National Park are winter sports playgrounds, offering world-class skiing and snowboarding, snow shoeing, Nordic trails, snowmobiling, cat skiing, ice skating, dog sledding and much more beyond the slopes. Whitefish offers all the creature comforts of the well-known, resorts -- including a jet-served international airport 19 miles away, luxury accommodations, fine dining, and renouned night life -- all embraced by natural beauty and genuine hospitality of the region.As a summer resort, Big Mountain offers world-class mountain biking and hiking, scenic gondola and chairlift rides with unmatched views of Glacier National Park, horseback rides, Western hayrides, barbecues and great outdoor adventure activities. Visitors enjoy great educational experiences through the US Forest Service Summit Nature Center and The Walk in the Treetops tour on an elevated boardwalk in the treetop canopy. Summer Arts Festival, Big Mountain Brew Fest, concerts and sporting events throughout the summer. Eight championship golf courses are all within an hour of Big Mountain Village and some of the finest huckleberry picking in the Flathead Valley is located on Big Mountain's slopes.
Hwy 93 North of Whitefish