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Video: Big Sky Offering Guided Headlamp-Skiing

Many ski areas offer night-skiing under floodlights, but how many offer private night-skiing tours using headlamps? As far as we know, Big Sky is the only area in North America with such a program. Groups of seven plus a guide are equipped with 2,100 lumen headlamps and sent up the new Ramcharger 8-pack chairlift for two hours of serene skiing under the stars. 

Related: Copper Announces New Experts-Only Lift

It's pretty affordable in the grand scheme of guided skiing as well, costing $390 for a group of seven (plus lift tickets if necessary). For a little extra night-skiing stoke, here's one of our favorite clips released in the past few months:

Those 2100 lumen headlamps are Lupine BLIKA headlamps. www.lupinenorthamerica.com

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