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Snowshoeing

About Snowshoeing

Big Sky Resort:
Join a Big Sky Resort guide for an interpretive snowshoe on Moose Tracks Trail in the forest between Andesite Mountain and Lone Peak. $5 if you go on your own or $42 for a guided tour. Reservations are recommended (406)995-5769.

Moonlight Basin:
Explore two great snowshoeing trails right from the Moonlight Lodge. Ulery’s Loop is 2.5 miles and Lee’s Pool Trail is 3 miles. Rentals and Trail Day Pass are $15 or just buy a day pass for $5. Call Big Sky Resort with questions: (406) 995-5769.

Lone Mountain Ranch:
Down toward the Meadow Village area, Lone Mountain Ranch offers 30km of self-guided snowshoe trails. Adult day passes are $18 and rentals are available on site. Call (406)995-4644 with questions.

West Yellowstone:
If you’d like to venture farther from Big Sky, check out the Refuge Point Snowshoe and Ski Trail, a 2.3 mile loop with an overlook above Quake Lake, an hour and 20 minute drive South of Big Sky, or over 20 miles of groomed ski and snowshoe trails at Rendezvous Ski Trails in West Yellowstone.

Local's Tip


For additional ski terrain and even more natural beauty, talk to your favorite outfitter about skiing in Yellowstone National Park. Visiting Yellowstone during the winter months will offer you a glimpse into an ecosystem that has to be experienced to believe.

When at higher elevations, keep an eye out for pine martens, weasels, coyotes and elk.