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Downhill Skiing & Boarding

Season: December - March

"If you don't do it this year, you will be one year older when you do."

– Warren Miller

Guy Skiing

So Much Pow

Hunting for the cold smoke. 

Looking to hit the slopes this winter? ​Southwest Montana is a mecca for skiers and boarders alike. 

For those of you looking for a lift up the mountain, we are situated in between Bridger andBig Sky, each of them 42 minutes away in different directions. 

For the more adventurous, there is limitless backcountry options that exist.  During the winter we are surrounded by millions of acres of snow covered mountains begging for your fresh tracks.

Bridger Bowl

Bozeman's Ski Mountain

Bridger Bowl is where the locals ski. With 2,000 acres of skiable terrain a vertical rise of 2,700 feet, it offers excellent terrane for all experience levels.


Bridger Bowl is unique in many ways, aside from the epic ridge that it boasts, it is run by a non profit and has no resort development around it, making it an uncrowded and enjoyable experience.  

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Big Sky Resort

Take it up a notch.

With 5,850 skiable acres and 4,350 of vertical rise, Big Sky is one of the largest ski resorts in the US. 

A short 42 minute drive from our farm, you can expect to find best in class resort services and a big mountain ski experience. 


Skin it up.

Not interested in waiting in lift lines? Looking to make some lines all you own? Well there are limitless options just waiting for you in the Montana backcountry. Make sure you know what the hell you're doing and make sure to tune in to the crew at Gallatin National Forest Avalanche Center as they are the studs that work to make sure you know where you're headed. 

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Need some gear? 

The folks at Roundhouse ​Sports have the gear you need before you head up. With a curious and knowledgable staff, they can get you the gear you need so you can head up the mountain ready to go.

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