Two Of America’s Best Private Ski Clubs Are in Montana
An entire ski area all to yourself? Sounds like winter heaven to us.
Everyone is gearing up for the ski season, and one mountain is already open for business. The mountains have been accumulating snow for several weeks now, and folks are itching to hit the slopes.
Some of the best ski mountains in the state are public. From Lakeside to Neihart to Philipsburg, there are plenty of great ski mountains that won't break the bank.
Unfortunately, the crowds can be huge on some public ski mountains, and you could be waiting a long time to shred the hills. What's the alternative?
Forbes came out with a list of the Top Private Ski Clubs, and two of Montana's were listed. These private ski areas have quite a few perks that many regular skiers don't get to enjoy. These clubs offer vast areas to ski, no lines, and premium snow. It's awesome.
The two private ski areas that landed on the list are actually just down the road from Bozeman. Big Sky Resort is known to have the largest skiing area in North America, but Big Sky also has two massive private ski areas.
Spanish Peaks Mountain Club has over 3,500 acres of private ski area for you to enjoy, and you have direct access to Big Sky Resort. This club is essentially its own private town with dining, shops, and clubhouses to enjoy. Surprisingly enough, the housing isn't as expensive as some of the other , though membership and housing will add up.
The other private ski club in Big Sky is Moonlight Basin. Moonlight Basin has roughly 8,000 acres to shred powder on, though the cost of membership and staying or living there will put a big dent in your wallet.
Private ski clubs are great if you have the money, but the many public ski areas in Montana are fantastic as well. Plus, the local mountains won't break the bank.
For more details, check out Forbes.