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Big Horn

  There are 3 ski lifts here, and they are ably looked after and run by pleasant folks. Big Horn boasts an average amount of snow each snow season. Big Horn has a somewhat humble diversity of slopes and not too many ski lifts. Big Horn has the greatest altitude difference for 157 miles. This ski mountain has 300 acres of skiing territory, and it's all in great shape. Skiing and snowboarding here in Wyoming is a good thing to do all winter season long. The white
    snow here turns extremely deep, 21 feet per season, and that is one of the reasons this is such a wonderful ski area. The 20 runs at this ski mountain are good. With a 800 foot drop it's not the tallest hill there is, but all the
other splendid qualities of Big Horn make up for it. This ski mountain has an average proportion of challenging runs and an average share of intermediate or beginner slopes. The Bighorn Mountains and its summits is a scenery worth seeing. This is a cozier than average ski hill having a smaller size than average altitude difference when compared to other US Rockies ski mountains. Getting a pleasant workout and getting out of the house for a while is better than  
anything. Not too many lodgings close by, you'll have to travel a bit to get to one, and if you make reservations ahead of going, you're all set. In wintertime the Bighorn Mountains is an exceptionally fine place if you get pleasure from skiing or snowboarding. The snow covered summits of Wyoming are a fine place for skiing or snowboarding. The wintertime view of the Wyoming mountains and the excitement of coasting down a slope are motive enough to come here to ski. You'll bump into many skiers from Sheridan here. Because you're on this web page you are perhaps into skiing or snowboarding, either way, around here, you won't discover many other sites.

Big Horn ski area Management Says:
Small boutique ski resort with unique cliff features and personal intimate and fun atmosphere. Prices can't be beat. $38 for full day. Three sister resorts all in the same area with overnight lodging and three restaurants and three bars. All in the most beautiful setting in the world at the foot of the beautiful Meadowlark Lake.

Special features: Special Terrain Park



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These outdoors activities are available near Big Horn ski area.
 Ski Areas Near Big Horn ski area:
Antelope Butte, Wyoming , 35 miles away
   1000 foot drop, 3 lifts, 18 runs
   30% Expert & Adv.
   50% Intermediate
   20% Beginner
 Whitewater Near Big Horn ski area:
Tensleep Creek, Washakie County , 2 miles away, Class V+ - 2.4 miles long (Highway 16 to Bottom of Switchbacks)
Powder River - North Fork, Johnson County , 13 miles away, Class III-V - 6 miles long (Hazelton Road to Mayoworth Road)
Paintrock Creek, -blank- County , 14 miles away, Class V+ - 12 miles long (North Fork to Valley floor)
 Trails Near Big Horn ski area:
Mistymoon Trail, Big Horn , 6 miles away
Angeline Trail, Johnson , 13 miles away
Main Paint Rock Trail, Big Horn , 13 miles away
 National Parks Near Big Horn ski area:
Bighorn Canyon National Recreation Area, Fort Smith - MT , 70 miles away
 Golf Courses Near Big Horn ski area:
Canyon Valley Resort, Ten Sleep , 15 miles away

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