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Zipline | Big Sky, MT

Big Sky Resort | By sky resort
50 Big Sky Resort Road, Big Sky, MT 59716
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ZIPLINES

Zipline Tours at Big Sky Resort! Looking for a hoot hollering good time during your visit to Yellowstone National Park? Get everyone grinning with a Yellowstone Zip line tour, only 18 miles from Yellowstone National Park's northwest border.

Ride up then zip down on Big Sky Resort's new Adventure Zipline Tour. The Adventure zip is designed for speed. Embark on the Explorer Double Chair and take in expansive views of Lone Mountain and the Spanish Peaks of the Madison Range. Once at the top of the chair let the zippling begin. Swoop your way down the mountain on four adrenaline pumping lines spanning up to 1500 feet long and 150ft above the forest floor, including a Twin Zipline where you can race your fellow adventure zippers.

Contact Basecamp today to reserve your spot: (406) 995-5769

ADVENTURE ZIP

Ride up then zip down on Big Sky Resort's new Adventure Zipline Tour which is designed for speed. Embark on the Explorer Double Chair and take in expansive views of Lone Mountain and the Spanish Peaks of the Madison Range. Once you're at the top of the chair, let the zipping begin. Swoop your way down the mountain on four adrenaline pumping lines spanning up to 1500 feet long and 150ft above the forest floor, including a Twin Zipline where you can race your fellow adventure zippers.

NATURE ZIP

The Nature Zip begins with a 20 minute hike up Lone Mountain and consisits of three ziplines ranging from 350' to 500' in length, 30 to 60 feet in the air.

The first Line starts toward the bottom of Huntley Hollow and ends in the trees below Middle Road.

The second Line starts a short downhill hike from the end of the first and ends next to the bottom of Hangmans.

The third Line starts at the end of the second and ends towards the bottom of Middle Road/Lower Calamity Jane.

The winter of 2013-14 marks the 40th anniversary of Big Sky Resort, the concept of the late NBC newscaster and Montana native Chet Huntley. Under the ownership of Boyne Resorts since 1976, Big Sky has seen hundreds of millions of dollars of significant improvements, from building a conference center, expanding terrain, additions and upgrades of lifts, lodging, employee housing and commercial centers, to building the relevant utilities infrastructure. A barometer of the real estate recovery is exemplified by phase five of the popular Powder Ridge Cabins released in December 2011: as of summer 2013, it had nearly sold out of the 15 units available. Through its responsible growth, Big Sky Resort stays financially viable and a reliable employer and community partner.

Big Sky's professional meeting and catering staff and facilities have enabled them to host such high-profile guests as President Obama and family, Vice President Biden and the 1000-attendee international trade conference Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperative (APEC).

Skiers and snowboarders have enjoyed the collaboration with Moonlight Basin to form the nation's largest ski complex with 5750 acres and 4,350 vertical feet. Summer vacationers now have the Big Sky Resort Basecamp to Yellowstone activity center from which to launch unique adventures such as the Lone Peak Expedition: tram to the top and numerous ziplines, ropes courses, shooting sports and children's activities