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Big Sky Snow History

Big Sky snow history graph
Top/Base 2009/10 2010/11 2011/12
Nov 10-9cm 22-34cm 8-19cm
Dec 66-101cm 87-132cm 55-93cm
Jan 111-166cm 91-136cm 120-177cm
Feb 122-183cm 114-172cm 133-196cm
Mar 149-224cm 112-167cm 155-234cm
Apr 80-120cm 53-79cm 143-209cm

Big Sky historical snow

Understand Big Sky weather & skiing conditions with the monthly Big Sky snow depth history below.

For Big Sky historic conditions and depths in the month that you plan to travel, jump straight to Big Sky snow history in December, January, February, March or April.

November in Big Sky

Historic weather in November has produced average snow depth of 20cm at the top and 13cm at the bottom of the ski area.

Big Sky November snow

December in Big Sky

Historic weather in December has produced average snow depth of 109cm at the top and 70cm at the bottom of the ski area.

Big Sky December snow

January in Big Sky

Historic weather in January has produced average snow depth of 160cm at the top and 107cm at the bottom of the ski area.

Big Sky January snow

February in Big Sky

Historic weather in February has produced average snow depth of 183cm at the top and 123cm at the bottom of the ski area.

Big Sky February snow

March in Big Sky

Historic weather in March has produced average snow depth of 208cm at the top and 138cm at the bottom of the ski area.

Big Sky March snow

April in Big Sky

Historic weather in April has produced average snow depth of 136cm at the top and 92cm at the bottom of the ski area.

Big Sky April snow

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