Headlamp Night Skiing Returning to Big Sky, MT, This Season

Nick DeRiso | | Industry NewsIndustry News
Headlamp night skiing returns to Big Sky Montana
Not your average night skiing, guided headlamp skiing is back for the upcoming winter season at Big Sky Resort. Photo: Big Sky Resort

Headlamp night skiing, a night skiing adventure like no other, will return to Big Sky Resort in Montana for the upcoming 2022/2023 Winter Season. A unique way to experience skiing and riding in a whole new light, guests fasten on a headlamp as guides lead the way down a variety of terrain under the starry night sky.

Once equipped with headlamps as powerful as a car headlight, participants will have the opportunity to explore the freshly-groomed slopes on the state’s biggest ski resort under the Montana moonlight. After the sun sets on Lone Peak, Big Sky’s Ramcharger 8 chairlift, equipped with heated seats and weatherproof bubbles, will be your chariot to the top of Andesite Mountain. Not your average day on the slopes where countless stars illuminate the sky and snowcats in the distance carefully manicure the trails for the following day.

headlamp night skiing at Big Sky Resort, Montana
Accompanied by solitude and endless stars, Headlamp Night Skiing is both invigorating and unique. Photo: Big Sky Resort

The family-friendly activity is available Wednesday through Saturday throughout the season, with the dates and times listed below. All participants must be level six skiers or riders and above and each Headlamp Night Skiing Guided Experience is a private guided session that will run around $600 with up to 7 participants.

  • Early season | December 18 – February 18 | 6 – 8 p.m. Wednesday – Saturday
  • Late season | February 19 – April 8 | 7 – 9 p.m. Wednesday – Saturday
Head lamp night skiing at Big Ski Resort MT
Lone Mountain in a full moon’s glow, Big Sky Montana. Photo: Ethan Schumacher

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