I am getting ready to plan a ski trip. I have been to Utah for the past 5 years. We usually ski Alta, Snowbird, Snowbasin, Solitude and maybe a day or two at either the Canyons or Park City. We were going to go back again this year because it is our favorite place to ski. I've never been to Montana. How is the skiing at Big Sky? I saw a clip of it from Warren Miller's The Grid. It looks pretty impressive, if there is snow. I know last year was a little rough. So is the snow hit or miss? Utah has some of the most dependable snow. We would probably go in March, maybe late March. Should we keep going with what we like or is it worth a shot at Big Sky? Any info is helpful because I don't know anything about Big Sky/Moonlight. Where is a good place to stay that is close to the slopes? Do you fly into Bozeman?
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10/18/07 at 6:54am