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The winter of 2013-14 marks the 40th anniversary...
HIGH ROPES COURSE
For a thrilling personal or team challenge, try Big Sky's high ropes course. You are safely harnessed in while you attempt features such as the Pirates Crossing or Swinging Beams under the supervision of a skilled guide.
For a thrilling personal or team challenge, try Big Sky's high ropes course. It has more than ten elements suspended 20-30 feet above the ground. You are safely harnessed in while you attempt features such as the Pirates Crossing or Swinging Beams under the supervision of a skilled guide. Call Basecamp at 406.995.5769 for more information.
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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.