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SIGMA 2022 ELC

2022 Executive Leadership Conference


BigSky
The Biggest Skiing in America.

At Big Sky Resort wide-open spaces meet dramatic peaks and create unique, world-class skiing. Northern Rocky Mountain snow falls consistently on the resort's 5,850 acres of skiable terrain, ranging from groomers ready for your widest turns to bucket list descents that challenge even the best athletes. With several lodging and dining options, Big Sky has something for everyone.

Weather

January in Big Sky is a cold winter month, with temperatures ranging from a low of 9.9°F (-12.3°C) and to an average high of 25°F (-3.9°C), so pack warm clothes!

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Dining Options

Big Sky Resort offers a wide range of dining options designed to satisfy every palate.
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If you prefer to venture off-property, there are some tasty options to explore.
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Things to Do

Skiing not your thing? There are plenty of other winter activities to keep you busy!

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Click Here for Information on Shopping and Dining in Downtown Bozeman

Hotel Info

Big Sky Resort
50 Big Sky Resort Road
Big Sky, MT 59716
(800) 548-4486

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SIGMA Hotel Block Policy

The SIGMA block at the Big Sky Resort is for the exclusive use of registered attendees to the SIGMA 2022 Executive Leadership Conference.  Rooms reserved without a corresponding conference registration may be removed from the discounted SIGMA block and reassigned at the hotel at a potentially higher room rate. 

SIGMA encourages all participants to register for the meeting. By paying the conference registration fee and reserving a room in the SIGMA block, you are helping to support SIGMA not only in 2022, but also for future events.

Getting to Big Sky

With over 40 nonstop flights connecting more than 30 destinations, Big Sky is the most connected mountain resort in the country. Serviced by Bozeman Yellowstone International Airport (BZN), travelers are just an hour-long scenic drive up the Gallatin River Canyon from America's Biggest Skiing.

Connectivity from the airport to Big Sky is easy with a vast number of local transportation providers