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Beaverhead Condos

1405 Beaverhead Circle Check-in at 3080 Pine Dr, Big Sky, MT 59716
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The Beaverhead Condos are slopeside off the "white-wing " run at Big Sky Resort. 2,3 & 4 bedroom units are featured with individual and tasteful furnishings.
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1405 Beaverhead Circle Check-in at 3080 Pine Dr, Big Sky, MT 59716
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Somewhat walkable
Grade: 55 out of 100
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Steven C wrote a review Feb 2021
7 contributions14 helpful votes
4.0 of 5 bubbles
We stayed in February in unity 1424. Location was excellent! Easy to ski directly in and just a short walk to White Wing run. If you walk a little bit higher across the run, you can bypass the beginner chair and cruise directly to the main base chairs. Easy to get to the condo complex by car with plenty of parking, including one heated garage spot. The condo itself was huge - much bigger than we expected. It is actually 5 bedrooms (if you include the "bonus room" with two twin floor beds). We had two families with 8 people and fit in with room to spare. Could have easily slept 4 or 5 more people. The accommodations were not luxurious, but they were clean and comfortable - just fine for a ski trip. I have seen complaints about the decor being dated in other condos, but this one had a rustic log cabin type finish that was nice. Large kitchen and dining area (for eating, playing cards/board games, etc) and a large living room with real fireplace and plenty of fresh cut wood. The indoor hot tub worked out really well once we figured out the correct heat settings. Normally we prefer an outdoor tub/pool, but with it getting so cold at night, it is nice to get in without having to go outside. This unit is on the top floor, so going up and down takes effort, especially with luggage. Not a big deal for us, and you can leave your ski gear in the heated garage, but the stairs are probably the biggest downside to the condo.
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Date of stay: February 2021
5.0 of 5 bubblesLocation
4.0 of 5 bubblesCleanliness
4.0 of 5 bubblesService
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Responded 22 Feb 2021
Hi @W1739YXstevenc, Thank you for leaving a review of the Beaverhead Condos! -Zander, Big Sky Resort
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casadasol wrote a review Apr 2014
Grand Rapids, Michigan46 contributions46 helpful votes
4.0 of 5 bubbles
I will start out by stating that we came to Big Sky this year to find better Spring Break skiing than what Colorado has offered the last few years. While I am not reviewing the ski conditions, suffice it to say they were a huge improvement.

When we rented, we did not know anything about the area. We wanted to be close to (or right in) the town center area, but still have a place where we could spread out. By the time we looked, we could not get a 2+ bedroom unit right in town, so they recommended Beaverhead to us. Here are the pros/cons in my opinion:

Pros:
- We had a 3 bedroom unit, and there was lots of room! It could have easily slept 10+, and had 3 full bathrooms and large living room.
- It had nice decor and amenities. A few things (like the TV) could have benefited from being upgraded, but minor issues at best.
- The unit had its own hot tub. This was nice as it was quite a walk to the Huntley pool area.
- True ski in / ski out. The back door of the unit was 25' from a ski run.

Cons:
- When we rented, we were told it was easy walking distance to town. This is technically true, but difficult in practice. Town center is about 3 football fields away. Getting there is easy if you wear boots and take the ski hill down (the road is a mess, takes much longer, and is very slippery this time of year). The uphill walk back at altitude is definitely more challenging, especially if you are carrying groceries, etc.
- Not a lot of sound proofing between units. If you have anyone above you, you will hear them walking around, shutting doors, etc.

All in all, we really enjoyed Big Sky, and I would stay at Beaverhead again. You get more for your money than you do right in town, and we can deal with the walk. The skiing was fantastic, and that is what we came for in the first place!
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Date of stay: April 2014Trip type: Travelled with family
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olozbal wrote a review Mar 2013
Decatur, Georgia222 contributions298 helpful votes
3.0 of 5 bubbles
Stayed at Beaverhead in March as a family of four for 5 nights. Note that these are all owned condos by different folks so all I can speak to is our unit (1411) but I bet most are like this. We booked a 2 bedroom 2 bath but for some reason got a 3 bedroom 3 bath unit which was nice, but mostly unused space. This is your stereotypical ski condo, very dated furniture and the place is plain worn out but overall it's very plush and comfortable. Our place had no smoking signs all through it but I'm pretty sure three or four thousand smokers had passed through the place before us. We hate smoke but it wasn't bad enough to where we'd do anything about it. The heating system was insane, some rooms were so hot and uncontrollably so that we slept with windows open to compensate. The kitchen was stocked as expected with utensils and a microwave from the days when they had the manual egg timers on the front to turn it on.

Location wise this is the area I wish I had better info on before coming to big sky. 20/20 hindsight I would have forked over the dough to stay in the village area. Yes, if you manage your skiing well you can technically ski in and ski out of these places with only a short walk to your room. But if you have kids who can't ski 100% or you need to walk and get your skis and boots in the village and bring them back to your room you're in for a Bataan death march. Did that 3 times and it was more tiring than the skiing. Again, having kids who are fairly new at this is what made this stink for us. If this doesn't apply to you then don't worry about it. The views from our condo are nice - basically facing the village and the slopes. Pretty nice.

In summary, this is a cheaper, super dated but functional condo complex. You'll get a lot of room to walk around and stretch out. And if you've got active skiers or older kids you can call this is semi ski in and out place. I guess you call this a lukewarm recommendation. I'm more critical than my family was of this place, as my wife was expecting a classic dated worn out ski condo and this is what we got.
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Date of stay: March 2013Trip type: Travelled with family
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Liz P wrote a review Jan 2020
1 contribution1 helpful vote
1.0 of 5 bubbles
Our family of 6 recently stayed in this unit. For the price we paid it was a terrible experience. The place is sorely outdated with dusty furniture from the 1970's, the owners made no effort to supply us with proper kitchen pots and pans, the blender is even from 1970. The dishes were chipped too! While the decor is terribly outdated it is all so dusty that we were all sneezing and coughing the entire time, it's a total health hazard - the furniture and rugs are so old they are filled with dust. There is no place to store ski gear as well. The rest of our family stayed in another unit nearby and it was completely modern, well stocked, clean and a lovely place, It's a shame this unit is available on the resort Central Reservations. If Big Sky has standards for the units they rent I would think this unit does not meet any of them. Do not rent this unit, it will make you ill.
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Date of stay: December 2019
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Response from BigSkyCentralRes, Manager at Beaverhead Condos
Responded 6 Jan 2020
Hi @lizp838, Thank you for taking the time to leave a review of Beaverhead 1411. I sincerely apologize that the accommodations were not up to your expectations. While we do have a wide variety of decor in our vacation rentals, it is important that all units are stocked and cleaned properly, and clearly, we missed the mark here. I will personally work with our vacation rental team to make sure that these issues are addressed. Thank you again for reviewing your stay, Zander, Big Sky Resort
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matt r wrote a review Jan 2022
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1.0 of 5 bubbles
Absolutely disappointed in unit 1418. Walk in and the smell of cigarette smoke knocks you out. Managers are not accommodating in moving to better clean condo. Not only the smell but the dirt in the place is crazy with all that is going on. Really should have realized the disappointment at check in with the lack of knowledge and explanation of how to find condo. Highly recommend you find another place to stay. Would give 0 stars if I could.
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Date of stay: January 2022Trip type: Travelled with family
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Response from Zander Fogg, Revenue Management at Beaverhead Condos
Responded 17 Jan 2022
Dear @matt r, Thank you for leaving a review of the Beaverhead Condominiums. I am sorry to see the issues you've described - we certainly hold ourselves to a high standard of cleanliness and we will be making sure to give this unit the deep cleaning that it needs. While we tried our best to remedy your concerns by offering hotel accommodations, we sincerely apologize that the unit was not up to your, nor our, standards, and we very much appreciate your feedback. -Zander, Big Sky Resort
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Mark R wrote a review Mar 2010
Atlanta, Georgia251 contributions130 helpful votes
5.0 of 5 bubbles
This was our first time skiing at Big Sky. I have been to Montana many times in the summer and love the incredible scenery, and had heard that the skiing here is exceptional. I started looking for a place to host an annual boys trip with my best friend and two brothers. We typically ski Colorado, but wanted to try something different this year. Out of curiosity, I checked the price of airfare from our hometown of Atlanta and was shocked to find roundtrip airfare to Bozeman for only $197. This was a short promotional fare and we snatched it up quickly. I called the central reservations number for Big Sky and got Patrice on the phone. She was incredibly friendly and helpful and very personable. After only a few minutes I felt like I was talking to an old friend on the phone and she suggested that we try the Beaverhead condos. Since there were four of us and we were going to split the cost, and we were hopeful that we could find an affordable ski-in, ski-out location. She put together a package for us that included 3 days of lift tickets, rental equipment and the lodging for a price that worked out to be about $800 per person for 4 nights and included lift passes and complete rental packages. She explained that the condo was also one of the closest lodging options they had to the lift - so we booked the package.

When we arrived, check-in was smooth and easy - we had one minor snag, but they quickly made it right. When we arrived at the condo unit we found that the building was literally right ON the slope, and our front door was 30 feet from the edge of the run. It was an easy downhill slide of about 100 yards to the lift, and when coming down the slope on skis, a hard left turn at the right spot put you right AT our front door. Take off the skis, put them in the private garage with the rental car and walk inside. No lugging skis and boots ANYWHERE. Perfect.

The condo was VERY comfortable, with a large fireplace that actually burned real wood. Most places where we have been in Breckenridge no longer have real wood-burning fireplaces, because they are so overdeveloped, the smoke is becoming a hazard to people and the environment, so we have come to expect a gas-log fireplace. By contrast, at Beaverhead, there is a huge firewood storage locker outside and you can help yourself to all you want. It was so nice to come in for lunch and stoke up a roaring fire in the fireplace, warm up some soup and have a cold beer before putting the skis back on and heading downhill.

Our condo had only two bedrooms; the master had a queen bed and private bath, the other was a bunk room with two sets of bunkbeds. There was a large and comfy sleeper couch in the sunken living area with a big picture window with a gorgeous view of the mountains and downslope ski area.

The kitchen and dining area were very large and roomy and there was a deck with a gas grill. The only downside to this experience was the lack of a convenient hot-tub. A perfect scenario would be for there to be a large private hot-tub for each condo unit, next-best would have been a shared hot tub for the condo building - alas, the nearest hot-tub was 150 yards downslope at the main lodge. They had a changing area, and then two outdoor hot tubs warmed to a very relaxing 107 degrees F. The adjacent pool (also outdoors) was heated to 95 degrees F, which was warm enough to be very comfortable when you were too hot to sit any longer in the hot tub. It was too far to walk back uphill in the cold after such a relaxing respite, so we drove to the main lodge, hit the hot tub, showered and went out to eat before retiring to the condo.

There is not as much nightlife and shopping as, say, Breckenridge or Park City, but for a boys weekend, where our main objective was to ski ourselves comatose, this was a perfect setting.

The mountain itself is magnificent, more picturesque than most - and AT LEAST as beautiful as any ski area in the US. Again, to compare to Breckenridge (where we have spent many vacations) the ski-able area is almost double the size. There are a lot of intermediate and advanced runs to challenge anyone and the extreme skiing at the top of the mountain is served by lifts and a gondola that will take to you areas where ONLY the very best and most confident daredevil skier would want to go. If you are an extreme skier, you will be amazed at how easy it is to access the type of terrain you normally have to hike or use a helicopter to get to.

There are also plenty of green runs, but I would have to say that the greens here are bit more challenging than the greens at other places I have been, likewise, the blues tend to be a bit steeper and not always groomed as meticulously as they tend to be at other resorts. Our group normally skis hard blues and a few blacks, we were sufficiently challenged by the blues here and only skied a couple of blacks. We were surprised to find that some of the greens were fun, fast and hard enough not to be boring.

THE BEST OF THE BEST: We never waited more than 30 seconds to get on any lift. We were there from Friday till Tuesday and throughout our stay the resort and ski area never felt the least bit crowded. Many times, we would look around and wonder where all the other people were. I think there were plenty, but this resort is so big, the capacity was way more than the crowd. A beautiful thing...
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Date of stay: February 2010
5.0 of 5 bubblesValue
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4.0 of 5 bubblesLocation
5.0 of 5 bubblesCleanliness
5.0 of 5 bubblesService
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Trip type: Travelled with friends
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WJamous wrote a review Oct 2015
Winnipeg, Canada116 contributions23 helpful votes
2.0 of 5 bubbles
Pros: close to a ski hill. Kitchen was reasonable and it was nice to make our own meals. Beds were comfortable. Fireplace a nice touch.
Cons: Horribly outdated although clean. No wifi or anything other than local channels on the small TV. TV so old that you couldn't hook up an HDMI cable to watch movies off our iPad. With no real TV, the lighting was poor to read. Some of the furniture, especially the kitchen table chairs were falling apart. Hot tub didn't work. While the ski hill was close, it was uphill to the main runs. Quite expensive overall for what we got. As these are privately owned there appears to be huge differences between the units, but there should be global standards or they should at least warn you and adjust the price accordingly.
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Date of stay: February 2015Trip type: Travelled with family
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KWW0311 wrote a review Feb 2012
Pensacola, Florida12 contributions6 helpful votes
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4.0 of 5 bubbles
A group of 8 stayed here for a week. Great location for skiing. A true ski in ski out location. Our unit had a private heated garage were we could store our skis and change in and out of our boots. Our unit had a fire place and our own supply of wood. The kitchen was very well stocked-- we cooked elaborate meals 4 of our 7 nights. The views of the mountain were spectacular. We had our own private hut tub which we used every day after a long day of skiing. Our unit was managed by the Huntley which took very good care of us. The Skiing at Big Sky was great. We were here the first week of February and the mountain was practically empty. We all joked about having our own private ski resort.
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Date of stay: February 2012
4.0 of 5 bubblesValue
4.0 of 5 bubblesRooms
5.0 of 5 bubblesLocation
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Xyzabc wrote a review Apr 2019
1 contribution5 helpful votes
3.0 of 5 bubbles
The proximity to the resort and slopes was amazing. Spacious unit, gorgeous windows with views. Comfortable beds. Use of a nearby hot tub and pool was nice. We enjoyed our stay.
But it is a time capsule to 1989. Blue carpet, outdoor lighting inside, rickety old lazy boys, brass/glass tables, old lamps, a washer and dryer that literally shook the floors when in use. It would have been a swanky unit 30 years ago but now it needs to come into the new millennium.
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Date of stay: March 2019Trip type: Travelled with friends
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Responded 8 Apr 2019
Hello Xyzabc123987, Thank you for leaving a review of the Beaverhead Condo that you stayed in! We're very glad to hear that you enjoyed your stay. All of our condominiums are individually owned, and unfortunately, some decor can be specific to those owner preferences. We take all feedback very seriously, and I will certainly be passing along your comments to the Condo Management team! -Zander, Big Sky Resort
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ivanuf wrote a review Jan 2016
Boston, Massachusetts55 contributions50 helpful votes
4.0 of 5 bubbles
During our first visit to Big Sky we stayed at Beaverhead unit 1409. We were a total of 8. One couple with their 5 year old used the master king bedroom. The other used the 2 twin bedroom. One kid stayed in the single and one keep sleeping in the sofa at the family room. The apartment was dated but very clean. The kitchen was well stocked, and very spacious. The unit now has Wi-fi and a small Tv on the family area with dish service. We used the one car inside garage to keep our car and ski gear during our stay. It is a small walk from the unit to the slope, about 30 feet but once there you can sky down to the lift and sky your way back to the door of the cabin. It is a typical sky rental unit, all that you need for a week in the snow. My wife does not ski and the walk to the village was a bit long. She has tracks on her boots and took the short route down the ski slope, but if you go using the walkways and sidewalks is a bit long.
I really think they should have an internal shuttle service for such a big resort. Also we stayed on the unit from Saturday to Thursday. During the weekend there were people staying on the unit above, and you can hear them walking, talking and you can also hear the water running in the pipes late at night when is quiet or you are sleeping, we got lucky that our upstair neighbors were few and relatively quiet. But is just a matter of luck and occupancy.
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Date of stay: January 2016Trip type: Travelled with family
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CosctoKelly wrote a tip Mar 2023
Washington DC, U.S. Virgin Islands32 contributions11 helpful votes
5.0 of 5 bubbles
"Loved heated garage with 10 inches fresh powder and early flights. Karst Shuttle took the skiers to Bozeman Airport after a powder day!"
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matt r wrote a tip Jan 2022
1 contribution
1.0 of 5 bubbles
"Find another place"
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RPDiaz4 wrote a tip Dec 2021
Tampa, Florida77 contributions88 helpful votes
2.0 of 5 bubbles
"Don't stay in Beaverhead #301 64 Telemark Drive"
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Steven C wrote a tip Feb 2021
7 contributions14 helpful votes
4.0 of 5 bubbles
"If stairs are an issue, go for a lower level unit."
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Alltogo wrote a tip Jan 2018
Salt Lake City, Utah8 contributions8 helpful votes
3.0 of 5 bubbles
"we chose our room because it was closer to the slopes, i would go for a room with a hot tub"
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Which popular attractions are close to Beaverhead Condos?
Nearby attractions include Lone Peak (0.5 km), Ousel Falls Trail (7.1 km), and Beehive Basin Trail (1.8 km).
What are some of the property amenities at Beaverhead Condos?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include free wifi, free parking, and a hot tub.
Which room amenities are available at Beaverhead Condos?
Top room amenities include a kitchenette, a flat screen TV, and a refrigerator.
Is parking available at Beaverhead Condos?
Yes, free parking is available to guests.
What are some restaurants close to Beaverhead Condos?
Conveniently located restaurants include Blue Moon Bakery, Hungry Moose Market & Deli, and Horn & Cantle.
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Yes, dry cleaning and laundry service are offered to guests.
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The staff speaks multiple languages, including English and German.
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