Big Sky Skating and Hockey Association (BSSHA) is a non-profit organization in Big Sky, MT dedicated to bringing hockey, ice skating, and programs to the Big Sky community. The Big Sky Ice Rink is located outdoors in the Town Center.
All donations from businesses and individuals are now tax deductible! Thanks for your support.
Special thanks to those who’ve made the Big Sky Ice Rink a reality:
Bill Simkins, the Big Sky Resort Tax Board, the Yellowstone Club Community Foundation, The Club at Spanish Peaks home owners, Rosalie Simkins, Steve Rapp, Scott the Plumber, Kevin Budd, Rotherham Construction, Alpine Property Management, Taylor Anderson, Jason Martel, Julie Keck, Marc Louw, Rob Pertzborn.
The Big Sky Skating and Hockey Association (BSSHA) is a Montana non-profit organization whose mission is to provide programming and venues for public ice rink use in the community. Our goals are to provide a facility, equipment and programming to educate the public regarding ice skating, hockey, and sportsmanship, and to help provide quality and affordable recreational opportunities to all community members including disciplined competitive and recreational hockey for adults and children.
The BSSHA also helps to foster athletic skills and sportsmanship in kids. We believe that youth sports promote good physical and emotional health, leadership skills, and communication skills in young athletes. By providing hockey and skating in Big Sky we believe we are allowing children and their families another option to obtain these skills. We also host learn-to-skate and youth hockey programs to foster skating skills and allow kids to learn the sport close to home. In the future, we will have a full league for youth hockey, as we have seen a great demand for it in the past two seasons.