The Breakfast Flakes: Out-of-State Visitors Ski Free in Montana? [AUDIO]
How's this for a deal? Due to the scarcity of snow across the country, Big Sky Resort is sharing some of theirs with skiers and snowboarders from California and Colorado. The resort is offering free skiing for the entire month of January to those who own ski passes from Vail Resorts in Colorado and Tahoe, where they have very little snow.
According to onthesnow.com...
The deal is extended to all Epic Passholders for Vail Resorts in Colorado and California. This includes Epic Passholders from Vail, Beaver Creek, Breckenridge, Keystone, Heavenly, Northstar, and Arapahoe Basin.
Do you think it's fair that visitors who didn't get snow in their part of the country now get to ski free in Montana? The Flakes don't think some of those resorts would be kind enough to return the favor. Listen below to hear their two cents.
What do you think? Should Big Sky play nice and share the snow, or should they send those California and Colorado riders packing? Let us know in the comments.