Bode Miller Moves to Big Sky, Montana

Mike Lavery | | Industry NewsIndustry News

Decorated American alpine ski racer Bode Miller is moving his family back to the mountains. The 6-time Olympic medalist recently purchased a new home in the Spanish Peaks Mountain Club, just adjacent to Big Sky Resort. He plans to split his time between Montana and Southern California.

“I just feel pulled here. I feel like this is a happy place for me.” – Bode Miller

After the loss of their daughter, Bode and his wife Morgan reflected on how they wanted their children to grow up. Miller, having spent his childhood in northern New Hampshire, credits his upbringing in the mountains with much of his success. According to Miller, the move to Big Sky is to “reconnect with my roots, recharge my soul, and raise my family in the mountains.”

Bode Miller
Bode in Big Sky. Photo: Bode Miller

Bode Miller will be partnering with The Spanish Peaks Mountain Club and Moonlight Basin to promote Big Sky as a whole, and help grow youth competitive skiing programs in the future. Miller will be at Music In The Mountains this Thursday night in Big Sky Town Center, no doubt enjoying the beautiful Montana summer.

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3 thoughts on “Bode Miller Moves to Big Sky, Montana

  1. No not just another celebrity. Probably the best ski racer the USA has ever produced, respected by the Austrians, Swiss, Italians, etc. Welcome to Montana Mr. Miller….

  2. Just what montana needs. Another celebrity to take over what generations of Montanans have worked for. No matter what “bode” might say, the resources that go into homes in Spanish peaks are absolutely ridiculous for one family to live for part of the year

    1. Fair point, but I’d wager he’s going to contribute much more to the community than your typical Montana bound celebrity. Back in N.H., he’s still involved with a non-profit (which he founded) to raise money for youth athletic programs. From the press on this story, sounds like he may get involved in that in Big Sky as well

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