How often does it happen you choose the perfect week to ski at a particular resort? Yes, Big Sky had some cold days. Yes, it even had a blizzard-like, blustery, cold morning. What it had in spades almost daily was a consistent overnight snowfall of 4-6 inches of delightful powder that proved fun for the experts and not so intimidating that the green and blue slope folks couldn’t enjoy it. Aahh, that floating feeling!
With many bluebird days of sunshine, Club 50 explored Big Sky’s extensive terrain all day and came “home” each evening to our luxurious, guest-friendly ski-in, ski-out hotel and our nightly wine and cheese gatherings. Each night we were treated to a different member’s favorite hors d’oeuvres while we told tales of our adventures.
Eleven skiers took advantage of Big Sky’s proximity to Yellowstone National Park to experience the magic of frost-covered, gnarly bison, graceful trumpeter swans and the predictable spouting of steam and boiling water from…you guessed it!...Old Faithful.