Moonlight Basin is located in the Madison Range of the Rocky Mountains in the resort village of Big Sky. In October 2013, it, became part of the Big Sky Resort family, making Big Sky the largest single ski resort in the United States, with 5,750 acres of terrain and over 30 ski lifts.
Moonlight Basin opened as an independent ski area in December 2003, on the north face of Lone Mountain. The 11,166 foot (3403 m) summit is accessed by the Lone Peak Tram, part of Big Sky.
Moonlight Basin features the extreme terrain of The Headwaters. These steep chutes and gullies on the north face of Lone Mountain, once known as the "Nashville Bowl," can be hiked to from the Headwaters lift or Big Sky's Challenger lift, both of which unload at just under 10,000 feet (3048 m) above sea level. The resort also features terrain consisting of open bowls, tree skiing, moguls, long groomers, beginner runs, and a freestyle terrain park.
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