Possible to ski door to door with skis on, but there are some flat areas for snowboarders and young children on the ski-in.
Ski In: Lower Morningstar to first set of Powder Ridge signs on the left. Follow the signs for the higher cabin numbers and follow the access trails back to the back deck of the cabin.
Ski Out: Put skis in front of cabin and go right. Just past the next garage on Rosebud Loop you will drop onto the groomed access. This access trail crosses Rising Bull and slopes down towards the White Otter Lift. Note: In periods of melting it may be necessary to take skis off to cross the road at Rising Bull. YouTube Video Link (Shows a cabin with very similar access): http://youtu.be/aKCEyMvTM1Q __
The Location: Mountain Village, Big Sky Resort. Walking distance to the base area of the mountain. Ski-in/out to Big Sky.
Rate plus 13% tax, Cleaning fee of $350 will be added if less than 5 nights.
The Setting: Enjoy a private hot tub after a big day of skiing or build a fire in the river rock fireplace. Barbeque your lunch or dinner on the wrap around deck with a spectacular view of the Spanish Peaks.
Additional amenities include: cooking utensils provided, air bed available for a rental fee, full laundry room: laundry detergent, dryer sheets and stain remover provided, no smoking permitted, no pets permitted, propane grill: propane provided, third master bedroom: king bed with private attached full bathroom (lower level), private hot tub: 4-6 person (lower level deck) , ipod / mp3 docking station on main level, attached heated one car garage with space in driveway for two additional cars, convertible bed: 1 queen sofa sleeper (lower level), wood fireplace: fire wood and fire starters provided, telephone: local calls only, calling card or cell phone needed for long-distance, video game console: playstation gaming system, ice maker, four wheel drive highly recommended for the winter, satellite TV(4)direct TV: main living room, lower bonus space and two master bedrooms, second convertible bed: 1 queen sofa sleeper in main living room (main level), linens provided: two extra pillows and extra blanket in each closet, wii games (random selection of 5) available for a rental fee, pack n play, highchair, booster seat available upon request for no charge, fourth bedroom: queen over queen bunks with shared adjacent full bathroom (main level), fifth bedroom: queen bed with shared adjacent full bathroom (main level), three full bathrooms, one 3/4 bathroom, second master bedroom: king bed with private attached 3/4 bathroom (upper level), master bedroom: king bed with private attached full bathroom (upper level), two hot water heaters so you do not need to worry about running out of hot water!....Read more
"Great Clean Cabin in Big Sky area - great management and service"
Left on 07/08/2013 for a stay in June 2013 | J.PatelReviewed Jul 8, 2013Stayed Jun 2013
We enjoyed our stay at the Cabin 126 in Powder Ridge resort at Big Sky. The area is awesome the views are spectacular. We were there in July - I think it would be even more beautiful in the winter. While the cabin is outfitted for Snow/Ski adventure, the summer rental worked for us. We enjoyed most of the amenities. The only issue we had was hot water -for a five bedroom property it would help if there was a larger water heater - after 2-3 showers the water was cold. Otherwise the staff and management were very friendly we did not find any issues with their service. The cabin was clean and comfortable. The water heater broke (when we were there -just a random event) and they (the management) listened to our complaints and compensated us for the inconvenience. They fixed the heater in two days however the hot water issue prevailed. Aside from the miss-fortune of hot water, everything worked out well. We were there for Yellowstone adventures (as most do in the summer months), this property is a good 1 hour 15 minutes from the west entrance of the Yellowstone Park. Unless you are willing to drive more than 3-4 hours per day while visiting the Yellowstone Park, this is not the best location for Yellowstone. That said, there is plenty to do in Big Sky - we ended up spending two days in the Bigsky area as the driving everyday to the park and back was too much.
All in all, a great management, great service, great property - only minuses: 1. Distance from Yellowstone (if you are planning to visit the park), 2. Water Heater not built for five bedroom occupancy.
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