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Knoff Group Presents: Ski Resort Closing Dates & Pricing

Showdown Ski Area

Warmer weather is upon us here in Montana, which means it’s time for spring skiing and boarding! This year’s ski season has looked a little different due to COVID-19, but that doesn’t mean you can’t make the most of the last bit of winter! Knoff Group Real Estate has assembled a list of ski resort end dates and day-pass prices so you can get out there and shred while the vertical getting is good!

Big Sky Ski Area
  1. Big Sky Resort is located 45 miles south of Bozeman. The resort has 5,850+ skiable acres with 4,350’ of vertical, providing an unforgettable experience no matter your skill level. Big Sky Resort is open until April 18th, 2021. Adult day-pass ticket prices vary and can be booked in advance at the link below. After March 16th, adult (15-69 years) day-passes are $189 a day and start to drop, reaching as low as $79 a day after April 10th. Check out their website for more information. https://shop.bigskyresort.com/s/lift-tickets/c/lift-ticket
Skier at Bridger Bowl Ski Area

2. Bridger Bowl is well known for its steep ridge terrain, excellent snowfall and fun family friendly options. Located only 20 minutes from town, Bridger offers a big mountain experience for a fraction of the price. Bridger is projected to stay open until at least April 4th, 2021, but closing day depends on how the snow is. Reservations are required for day passes and parking passes and can be booked up to four days in advance. Tickets can be viewed and purchased here: https://bridgerbowl.com/tickets/prices

Single day pass prices are as follows:

Adult (19-69 years) – $63

Junior (13-18 years) – $40

Child (7-12 years) – $25

Senior (70-79 years) – $35

Preschool (6 & under) and Super Senior (80 & over) ski free!

Showdown Ski Area

3. Showdown Mountain, Montana’s oldest ski area is located in Central Montana, and is about a two-hour drive from Bozeman. The mountain offers skiers a choice of four lifts with access to 640 acres of skiable terrain. Showdown does not require reservations and operates on 100% all-natural snow. They will be open until April 3rd, 2021. Tickets can be purchased at this link: https://www.showdownmontana.com/lifttickets.html

Single day pass prices are as follows:

Adult (18-69 years) (Full Day) – $50, (Half Day) – $45

Junior All Area (Ages 11-High School) – $40

Kids All Area (Ages 6-10) – $25

Senior All Area (Ages 70+) – $40

College Student/Military Adult – $45

Kids (5 & under) ski free!

Skier at Discovery Ski Area

4. Discovery Ski Area, located near the old mining town turned cute tourist town of Phillipsburg, Montana – about 2.5 hours from Bozeman. The mountain offers three faces of differing difficulty. No advance purchase of lift tickets is needed, but reservations for rental equipment are required. Discovery is open until April 4th, 2021. You can purchase and view ticket prices at this link: https://www.skidiscovery.com/tickets-passes

Single day pass prices are as follows:

Adult (13+) (Full Day) – $54, (Half Day) – $42

Child (12 and under) – $28

Senior (65 and over) – $40

Easy Chair – $16

Kids (5 & under) ski free!

Skier at Maverick Mountain Ski Area

5. Maverick Mountain Ski Area is located in the Beaverhead National Forest in southwestern Montana. Maverick is a large mountain with uncrowded trails offering great skiing for every level of skier. It is about a 2.5 hour drive from Bozeman, just 50 miles west of Dillon, MT. They are currently open Thursday-Sunday until the end of March. Tickets are purchased in person, but prices can be viewed here: https://skimaverick.com/

Single day pass prices are as follows:

Adult (Full Day) – $40, (Half Day) – $33

Junior (12 and under) (Full Day) – $27, (Half Day) – $22

Seniors (65+) (Full Day) – $34, (Half Day) – $30

Kids (4 & under) ski free!

*On Thursdays and Fridays adults ski for $35!*

Snow and trees

6. Great Divide Ski Area is located northwest of Helena near the Continental Divide and is about a 2 hour drive from Bozeman. The resort is family-friendly with well-managed snow and a 1,330 vertical drop. They are planning to be open 7 days a week until March 30th, and then will most likely move to weekends only until the snow melts. You can purchase tickets online or in person. https://skigd.com/

Single day pass prices are as follows:

Adult Weekday – $35

Adult Weekend – $45

Child (1st through 5th grade, weekday and weekend) – $25