With fast laps that seem to bring you straight down the mountain you easily beat your chair down the hill(much to the amusement of the "scenic" chair lift patrons). It wasn't until my third day of riding that I actually felt completely dialed on the terrain. With moon dust on every corner and loose rocks the size of your fist biting at your tires, being on point was key.
This type of riding is how downhill was born. With steep technical descents and plenty of wooden features that bring these trails to another level. As of yet, Big Sky is the gnarliest, burliest bike park I have ridden. If you like tire dragging, white knuckle descents with serious freeride features, this is the place to go.
I put together a quick edit with some local rippers, check it out below!