Father’s Day Gift Ideas For The Active Dad

Give dad a Father's Day gift to remember with a round of golf at Moonlight's Jack Nicklaus Signature Course.

Father’s Day is that special time of year devoted to dads. But before you can show dad you care… you need to know dad. He already has plenty of gadgets and gizmos. What he really wants is the time to use them. Here are three Father’s Day gift ideas to help the active dad get … Continue reading

2013 Sweet Corn Festival: Spring Skiing In Yellowstone

Finally, after meandering through countless herds of oncoming bison and road closure signs, Alex and I arrived at our new home for the weekend… the dump parking lot in Cooke City, Montana.  I know camping in a dump parking lot doesn’t sound great, but these are the sacrifices you make chasing powder and good times … Continue reading

Hot Tips For Cool Nights: Keeping Your Kids In The Halloween Spirit

Costume ideas to keep your kids in the Halloween spirit!

Hot Tips For Cool Nights: Keeping Your Kids In The Halloween Spirit Halloween is almost upon us, and here at Moonlight Basin in Big Sky, Montana that usually means three things: costumes, candy, and cold nights. Our little trick or treaters give all the care and attention in the world to dialing in their Princess … Continue reading

Moonlight Basin’s 2012 Big Sky PBR Mutton Busting Review

“Mama’s don’t let your babies grow up to be cowboys.”  Waylon and Willie once tried to warn us of the rough and tumble life, but to no avail. Around these parts we start them young. If you can walk you can ski, and if you can ride a bike you can mutton bust! This years … Continue reading

On The House: Custom Drinks & Recipes From The Pros At Jack Creek Grille

“Something old, something new, something borrowed,  something blue…” We’ve all heard this age old saying that has become so common at weddings over the years. For this edition of On The House I’ve embodied the four elements of this beautiful tradition into a tasty seasonal custom cocktail, and added a bit of a Montana twist. … Continue reading

Bridger Bowl Pass Holders Ride at Moonlight Basin for $25

Conditions have been amazing this spring here at Moonlight Basin! Deep blower powder up high in the North Summit and Headwaters, fun carvey corduroy groomers, and soft spring sessions down low in our five terrain parks. Life is good, but it’s even better when you have someone to share it with. That’s why we’re inviting … Continue reading

Enjoy the Skiing and Spa at Moonlight Basin by Abbie Digel

On a random Thursday in February, it was snowing and the great outdoors was calling to me.  I left the office early and drove up the winding road to Moonlight Basin where I found a great parking spot in the Madison Village base area.  After a quick cup of coffee, I met up with two … Continue reading

My Montana: A Life Long Vacation Under The Big Sky. By: Paul Herberger

I can’t believe Wyatt is already five years old. Diapers to black diamonds in the blink of an eye. It all happens so fast! This kid has no idea how good he has it, skiing and playing in the Montana outdoors, free season passes to the ski resort until he’s 10 and access to the … Continue reading

Ski Tips from The Kuru: Learning the Art of the Cliff Drop

Nothing caps off an insane run down a massive Alaskan spine with a helicopter overhead and the camera shooting your every turn, like launching a huge no holds barred cliff drop, stomping the landing and then riding away with the grin of a champion. Ok… so TGR isn’t calling anytime soon and a heli ride … Continue reading

One Step At A Time By Liz Welles

In skiing, as with most things in life, the more you practice something, the better you get. Sure, you can have an instructor or a coach give you tips all day long, but at the end of the day what really matters is how your own awareness has increased to improve what it is you’re … Continue reading