Big Sky, Moonlight Basin Interconnect, Offer Joint Lift Tickets

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Connection creates one of North America's largest ski areas; opens hundreds of acres of new lift-served terrain.

Two Montana ski resorts are pooling resources to form one of North America's largest interconnected trail networks: Big Sky Resort, the famed Montana ski resort envisioned in the '60s by TV news legend Chet Huntley, and Moonlight Basin, which made headlines two years ago when it became the first new destination ski area to open in the U.S. in more than 20 years. The two resorts share the same mountain – Lone Peak, roughly an hour from Bozeman. The combined pass provides lift access to hundreds of acres of stunning summit snowfields that were previously accessible only by hiking. Combined, the two trail networks offer nearly 5,300 acres (2,145 hectares) of ski-able terrain and the second-biggest vertical descent in the US, at 4,350' (1,326 meters). Between them, the two resorts operate 23 lifts.

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