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Big Sky, Montana
January 15 - 20, 2009
If you have never been to Big Sky, you are missing out on some of the best ski opportunities in the United States. This is one of NSCís favorite destinations. There are 3,812 acres Ė 150 named runs covering over 85 miles on three separate mountains. Average snowfall is over 400 inches and the average winter daytime temperature is 20 degrees F. Big Sky Resort is consistently recognized in national ski magazines for the shortest or non-existent lines with a lift capacity of 25,000 skiers per hour.

Mountain Stats: Summit 11,166 feet and Base 7,500 feet. Vertical ft. 4350 Slope difficulty 17% beginner, 25% intermediate, 37% advance, 21% expert. Average winter daytime temp. 20 degrees F. Average annual snowfall 400 inches, Lift capacity 20,000 skiers per hour. Longest run 6 miles and 85 miles on three separate mountains.
Lift System: 1-15 passenger Tram, 1-gondola, 1-6 passenger lift, 8-high speed quads, and 10 double and triple lifts.
Lodging: Two-bedroom condos at the Summit, the best Big Sky has to offer and located beside the 3 main lifts. Each condo has full kitchens, living & dining area, fireplace, and laundry.
Full Package: Includes R/T Air from Nashville to Billings, ground transfers, 5 nights lodging (2 per bedroom), 4 day lift ticket, club dinner, and social activities. Land only package includes everything listed above EXCEPT air and ground transfers.
Cost: $1,599 Full Package
$1,098 Land Only
(Both prices include lift tickets.)
*Prices subject to change due to airline fuel surcharges.
Trip Leaders: Nancy Guethlein
Bill Ray
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