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Description from the manager
Welcome to your Big Sky vacation retreat! Among the special features of this beautifully decorated rustic 4 bedroom Powder Ridge cabin is it's ability to accommodate 2 or 3 families.
Extra sleeping capacity that other cabins don't have! See below for details about this beautiful home. Great ski access also sets this cabin apart.
The White Otter lift is right out the door and coming home is a breeze off the White Wing run. This is the perfect cabin for 2 families and kids or a vacationing group of friends.
-On-Site Check-in and a personal property tour
-24/7 Professional Property Management Services
Powder Ridge Red Cloud 2 (Cabin 22)
Big Sky, Montana
Additional Location Information
Rates shown in $ USD (change)
|Rate Summary||$325 - $950||$325 - $950||$0||$0||3 nights|
|Apr. 15 2013 - Nov. 25 2013
|Nov. 26 2013 - Dec. 20 2013
|Dec. 21 2013 - Jan. 5 2014
|Jan. 6 2014 - Feb. 13 2014
Early Ski 2014
|Feb. 14 2014 - Feb. 22 2014
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|Feb. 23 2014 - Mar. 31 2014
Prime Ski 2014
|Apr. 1 2014 - Apr. 12 2014
Late Ski 2014
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AvailableUnavailable Last updated: May 14, 2013 ◀▶
What Past Guests Are Saying
Great Rental Home and Fantastic Management Company
Stayed in Powder Ridge #22 for family ski trip last week of March. First and foremost I have to compliment the folks at Big Sky Vacation Rentals. We've been doing these trips for several years now, and I never had a management company come close to the quality of service these guys provided. They were extremely helpful from start to finish - finding a unit, planning activities, finding restaurants, dealing with shipped baggage, equipping the cabin, fielding questions during our stay - you name it. Cannot say enough about them.
The cabin was great - good ski in/out location. There is a long flat stretch to get down to the lift, so it might be a bit inconvient for snowboarders. We liked being away from the base area, but it's a very short drive or 10 minute walk. The cabin was in great shape, clean, and well equipped. They take hot tub maintenance/cleanliness very seriously! The downstairs bunk room was great for our three girls. I'd recommed using the thermostat on the downstairs fireplace to keep the room warm. Only very minor negative was that the spaces were a bit smaller than I had envisioned.
We loved Big Sky as a ski mountain - one of the best we've been to out west - views are incredible, tree skiing best I've seen (even compared to Steamboat), and the tram to the peak gives you access to incredible terrain. And the runs are empty! At its absolute busiest time, the primary lift at the base had a line maybe six groups deep. Other than the tram, which only takes 15 at a time, there are no lines anywhere. We had upper teens our first couple days with great snow (lots of leftover powder) and then a bunch of blue sky days, which were great until it got into the upper 40s on Thursday. I do wonder how cold it gets in Jan/Feb though?
If you take a day off, go dogsledding with Spirit of the North - it's a lot of fun, amazing scenery, and how often do you get a chance to drive a dog sled team?!?