’22-’23 Big Sky Resort Season Pass Prices: Hold on to Your Wallet, or Grab the Bargain
Big Sky's huge rise in popularity is understandable. Two big mountains that you can't possibly cover in a day, super fast lifts, lots of amenities...you'll pay a pretty penny for a Gold season pass for the '22 - '23 season.
I'll admit, I love skiing at Big Sky. I love staying up at Big Sky. I love being up there in the summertime too, going to concerts and making a getaway out of it. But it's never cheap, that's for sure.
GOOD NEWS: IMHO, there's actually a hidden gem great deal below...the mid-week pass. It's absolutely reasonably priced for locals who have a flexible schedule or at least have their days off during the week, instead of the weekend.
If you're looking to buy a season pass for the '22 - '23 season, they're on sale now and you can see the full list of available options here.
- Gold Season Pass Adult to Big Sky Resort ('22 - '23 season): $2,299 "Full-season skiing with no blackout dates, Unlimited Lone Peak Tram access, Multi-Resort Benefits"
- Double Black Season Pass Adult ('22 - '23 season): $1,739 "All-access pass to the mountain with 10 days of Tram access and no blackout dates."
- Black Season Pass Adult ('22 - '23 season): $1,239 "Access to the mountain every day of the season. No Tram Access included."
- Blue Season Pass Adult ('22 - '23 season): $749 "Access to the mountain Sunday - Friday, with blackouts over busy holidays. No Tram Access included."
- Green Season Pass Adult ('22 - '23 season): $539 "Midweek mountain access Monday - Friday, with blackouts over busy holidays. No Tram Access included."
Really, though...as I stated above the Green pass is a pretty good deal for those who can ski mid-week. You certainly don't get tram access with that price, but paying off a $539 mid-week pass would be no trouble at all.