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Title: Big Sky Athletic Training Sports Medicine Conference 2014
Specialty: , Sports Medicine
Dates: From Feb, 2, 2014 to Feb, 6, 2014
Location: Big sky, USA
Type: Conference
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Big Sky Athletic Training Sports Medicine Conference 2014 will be held in Big sky, MT, United States on February 2-6, 2014.


The Big Sky Athletic Training Sports Medicine Conference 2014 covers topics such as:

  • Evolution of the ACL Repair in the Athletic Population
  • Update on Traumatic Brain Injuries in Sports
  • Clinical Implications of Concussion Pathophysiology
  • Professional Athlete Spine Initiative: Findings Unique to Elite Baseball Players
  • The Neuro-Ophthalmology of Concussion
  • Concussion Assessment Tools
  • Emerging Approaches for Assessing Sport Concussion
  • Neurocognitive and Clinical Outcomes in Sport Concussion
  • Advances in Football Protective Equipment Technology
  • The Neck’s Role in Sport Related Concussion
  • Facilitating Motion and Managing Pain Simultaneously with
  • Introduction to the AegisShield
  • Progressive Weight Bearing in Rehabilitation on an Acute Multiple Metatarsal Stress Fractures in a College Football Player
  • Neuromodulation Therapy
  • Foot and Ankle injuries in Baseball
  • Wound Care Innovations
  • Geoffrey Baer MD, University of Wisconsin
    • Dr. Baer is board certified in orthopedic surgery and fellowship trained in sports medicine. He is a team physician for the University of Wisconsin Athletic Department and provides orthopedic medical coverage for Badger Football, Badger Men’s and Women’s Ice Hockey, Badger Men's Soccer, Badger Wrestling and the Badger Spirit Squad. His special interests include sports medicine surgical procedures involving the knee and shoulder.



  • Steve Broglio, PhD – University of Michigan NeuroSport
    • Dr. Steven Broglio is an assistant professor of Kinesiology at the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor. In that position he serves as the Director of the Neurotrauma Research Laboratory with a research focus on improving athlete health and safety through the prevention, early recognition, and treatment of mild traumatic brain injuries associated with sport participation. 

      His early work focused upon the stability and sensitivity of commonly implemented neurocognitive, postural control, and symptomology evaluations. More recently, he has investigated the biomechanics of sport related brain injury in high school athletes and the acute and chronic outcomes associated with the injury. This line of research has generated a multitude of peer reviewed manuscripts in medical journals and numerous funding opportunities. 

      Dr. Broglio presently serves as a reviewer for several sports medicine journals and is on the editorial boards for the Journal of Athletic Training, British Journal of Sports Medicine, and Athletic Training and Sports Health Care. Most recently, Dr Broglio was awarded the National Athletic Trainers’ Association Young Investigator Award.


  • John Bruno ATC
    • John C. Bruno, ATC is a certified athletic trainer credentialed by the National Athletic Trainer’s Association.  He possesses extensive clinical and practical experience rehabilitating many orthopedic and sports medicine conditions and injuries.
    • John’s professional experience includes working as an athletic trainer at the college, professional and clinic levels.  He worked with the New Jersey Nets, NY Cosmos, NY Giants, Fitness Institute, and Ramapo College. In 1982, he was named to the sports medicine staff for the NBA all-star game. John has worked in sales for capital equipment and medical device companies in the rehab industry for over 27 years.
    • He is the Manager, Sports Medicine Division-Eastern Region for Multi Radiance Medical.  John’s responsibilities include training and lecturing on the science, and clinical application of Super Pulsed Laser technology to rehabilitation professionals.  His experiences and education make him uniquely qualified to speak about integrating therapeutic laser into a comprehensive rehabilitation program.



  • Randy Cohen PT ATC, Head Athletic Trainer, University of Arizona


  • Michael W. Collins, PhD – University of Pittsburg Medical Center
    • Michael (Micky) Collins, Ph.D., a nationally renowned sports concussion clinician and researcher, joined the UPMC Sports Medicine Concussion Program as assistant director when the program was established in September, 2000, under the direction of Dr. Mark Lovell. In 1999, Dr. Collins was the author of two major multi-site studies involving the effects of concussion and return-to-play evaluation methods. These studies were published in the Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA). Dr. Collins continues to administer and oversee clinical programs for concussion management for sports teams at several major colleges, universities, and high schools throughout the country. 

      He is a clinical consultant to Major League Baseball, the New Zealand Rugby Union, and to several amateur and professional sports organizations both nationally and internationally. Dr. Collins is a co-developer of ImPACT, a computerized neuropsychological testing system that evaluates the severity of concussion in athletes and provides a more accurate determination of when an athlete can safely return to sports following a concussion. Dr. Collins received his bachelor’s degree in psychology and biology at the University of Southern Maine in 1991, his master’s degree in psychology at Michigan State University in 1995, and his doctorate degree in clinical psychology at Michigan State in 1998. 

      He subsequently completed a clinical neuropsychology internship at the University of Florida and a neuropsychology residency at the Henry Ford Health System in Detroit. He has published numerous articles in sports medicine and other medical journals and is a frequently invited presenter on the topic of sports concussions at national and international meetings. He has co-authored a sports concussion textbook and is a reviewer for JAMA. A two-year winner of the New England Pepsi-Cola Scholar/Athlete of the Year Award, Dr. Collins played for the University of Southern Maine in the 1989 NCAA Baseball College World Series.


  • Thomas Dompier, PhD, ATC;
    • President, Datalys Center for Sports Injury Research and Prevention, Inc.  Tom Dompier, PhD, ATC is the President and Lead Epidemiologist of the Datalys Center for Sports Injury Research and Prevention located in Indianapolis, Indiana.  Dr. Dompier graduated from the Undergraduate Athletic Training Education Program at Michigan State University and the Graduate Athletic Training Education Program at The Pennsylvania State University.  Dr. Dompier began his clinical career as an athletic trainer with the men’s and women’s ice hockey teams at Wayne State University in Detroit Michigan.  During that time he also worked several tournaments with the USA Hockey Junior and Under-17 teams and completed internships with the Indianapolis Colts and Jacksonville Jaguars professional football teams.
    • Following his clinical career, Dr. Dompier went on to pursue his doctoral training under leading sports injury epidemiologist, Dr. John Powell, at Michigan State University and has since distinguished himself as an injury epidemiologist in his own right. Prior to taking on his role at the Datalys Center, Dr. Dompier served as a post-doctoral fellow in clinical epidemiology and eventually joined the faculty at the University of South Carolina. While at Carolina, Dompier served as the Director of the Graduate Athletic Training Education Program.
    • Dr. Dompier has numerous publications and presentations in the area of injury epidemiology in both athletic and military populations. Dr. Dompier maintains honorary adjunct faculty appointments in the Division of Athletic Training at Ohio University and in the Department of Physical Education & Athletic Training at the University of South Carolina where he continues to teach the graduate level sports injury epidemiology course.


  • JT Eckner, MD – University of Michigan NeuroSport
    • Dr. James (J.T.) Eckner graduated from Case Western Reserve University’s School of Medicine in 2003 and completed his residency training in Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation at the University of Michigan in 2007. He also earned a Master of Science degree in 2009 from the University of Michigan in Clinical Research Design and Statistical Analysis through the UM On Job-On Campus Master of Science Program. He is currently a faculty member in the UM Department of PM&R and is the research director of Michigan NeuroSport. He serves as a neurological consultant to the sports medicine programs at the University of Michigan, Eastern Michigan University, and the US National Team Development Program for ice hockey and he treats other local and regional athletes with neurological injuries seeking care through Michigan NeuroSport. 

      He has lectured extensively on the topic of sport related concussion. His primary area of research interest is mild traumatic brain injury, with a particular emphasis on sport related concussion. He is the principal investigator for an ongoing research study aimed at developing a clinical test of reaction time for use in the diagnosis and management of sport-related concussion. He is also beginning an investigation into the role of neck strength and head movement capacity measures in concussion susceptibility that is in collaboration with the UM Departments of Biomedical Engineering and Mechanical Engineering. Other areas of concussion-related research in which Dr. Eckner is involved include investigations into the effects of gender and migraine headache in concussion susceptibility and the effects of headgear on impact forces in martial arts.


  • Christopher Giza, MD – University of California, Los Angeles
    • Christopher Giza graduated from Dartmouth College in 1986 and received his M.D. from the West Virginia University School of Medicine in 1990. After internship at the University of Pennsylvania, Dr. Giza completed his residency training in Adult Neurology and fellowship in Pediatric Neurology at UCLA. Dr. Giza then spent 2 summers as a member of the Yosemite Search and Rescue (YOSAR) team, gaining first-hand experience of traumatic injuries in the field. 

      In 1998, he returned to UCLA for a postdoctoral research fellowship at the Brain Injury Research Center, and joined the faculty in 2001. His research interests include neuroplasticity, recovery from injury, sport-related brain injuries and brain development. He runs the Pediatric Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) clinic at UCLA. Dr. Giza served as a member of Gray Team III, which reviewed military mTBI protocols in Afghanistan in 2011. 

      He is Vice-Chair of the California State Athletic Commission, and co-chairs the American Academy of Neurology committee that is updating the Evidence-Based Practice Parameter for Sports Concussions. His research is supported by grants from the National Institutes of Health, Child Neurology Foundation/Winokur Family Foundation, Today and Tomorrow Children’s Fund, NFL Charities and the Thrasher Pediatric Research Foundation. 

      His current position is Associate Professor of Pediatric Neurology and Neurosurgery at the David Geffen School of Medicine and Mattel Children’s Hospital at UCLA



  • Luke Henry, PhD – University of Pittsburgh Medical Center



  • Thad Ide, Senior Vice President, Research & Product Development Riddell, Inc.
    • As senior vice president, research & product development of Riddell, Inc., Thad Ide is charged with overseeing the Engineering, Product Development and Quality Assurance departments.
    • Mr. Ide first joined Riddell, Inc. in 1992 as director of engineering and rejoined the company in 2000 after holding engineering management positions with sports equipment manufacturers Schutt Sports Group and Nike and with Southern Impact Research Center, a personal protective equipment consultancy.
    • Currently holding more than a dozen patents on behalf of Riddell, Mr. Ide has worked extensively to increase the protective benefits of athletic equipment. He has extensive interaction with the National Operating Committee on Standards for Athletic Equipment (NOCSAE), the principal standards making body for football and baseball equipment, and co-authored peer-reviewed academic research along with faculty of the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center (UPMC) (Neurosurgery, February 2006, Vol. 58, No. 2.). Mr. Ide also works closely with the American Society for Testing and Materials (ASTM) Subcommittee on Headgear.
    • Mr. Ide holds both a bachelor’s degree in mechanical engineering and a master’s degree in applied mechanics from Michigan State University.



  • Anthony Kontos, PhD
    • Anthony P. Kontos, PhD is Assistant Research Director for the UPMC Sports Medicine Concussion Program and Associate Professor in the Department of Orthopaedic Surgery at the University of Pittsburgh. His PhD in kinesiology/sport psychology, MS in exercise science, and MA/Internships in counseling psychology are from Michigan State University. His BA in psychology is from Adrian College (Adrian, MI). Dr. Kontos has specialized in concussion research for the past 10 years, has 65 professional publications and 110 professional presentations, and has received funding from the Department of Defense, National Institutes of Health, US Special Operations Command, National Operating Committee of Standards for Athletic Equipment, and the National Football League Charities. His research focuses on mTBI including neurocognitive and neuromotor effects; psychological issues; and mTBI in military and sport populations. He is a fellow of the Eastern Psychological Association and an executive committee member of Division 47 of the American Psychological Association.


  • Michael Kordecki  DPT/SCS/ATC
    • Owner, Praxis Physical Therapy and Human Performance
    • Doctorate Physical Therapy
    • Board Certification in Clinical Sports Medicine, American Physical Therapy Association (APTA)
    • Certified Athletic Trainer (1986)
    • Member, APTA and NATA (National Athletic Trainers Association)
    • Former Team Physical Therapist and Athletic Trainer, Chicago Bears, National Football League
    • Former Director of Physical Therapy, McCaskey Sports Center
    • Former Director of Physical Therapy, Deerpath Sports Fitness Center
    • Former Director of Rehabilitation Services, Lake Forest Orthopaedics, division of Illinois Bone & Joint Institute, Libertyville and Lake Forest, IL


  • Jeffrey Kutcher MD, University of Michigan NeuroSport
    • After completing his undergraduate degree at the University of Michigan in 1989, Dr. Kutcher worked as a consultant in epidemiology in Washington, DC until 2003. He then attended the Tulane University School of Medicine, where he remained to complete his internship in Internal Medicine. Dr. Kutcher returned to the University of Michigan in 1999 where he completed his residency in neurology, as well as his fellowship training in stroke. After fellowship, he joined the faculty at the University of Michigan and has served as an Assistant Professor and Service Chief for Inpatient Neurological Services since 2004. 

      In 2006, Dr. Kutcher founded Michigan NeuroSport, an academic and clinical program dedicated to the neurologic care of the athlete. He is a Team Physician for the University of Michigan, Eastern Michigan University and the USA Hockey Developmental Program. He is also the Medical Director for the Eastern Michigan University Athletic Training Education Program. 

      Dr. Kutcher has research interests in the diagnosis and management of sports concussion, as well as the short and long-term consequences of the injury, with a particular focus on how other neurologic diagnoses can improve our understanding. He is working within the neurologic community to help build and promote the field of Sports Neurology. Under his leadership, the Sports Neurology Section of the American Academy of Neurology was founded in 2009. He is currently co-lead author, with Dr. Chris Giza, on the AAN’s committee to establish new practice parameters on sports concussion.


  • Ed Lochrie, MS ATC, Head Football Athletic Trainer, University of Minnesota
    • Ed Lochrie is entering his ninth season as the Head Football Athletic Trainer for the University of Minnesota after being hired in May of 2002. Lochrie is responsible for the complete health care of the Football team and is in daily communication with Head Football Coach Tim Brewster.
    • Lochrie arrived in Gold Country from the University of Kansas where he served as the Head Football Athletic Trainer during the 2001 season. Prior to his work at Kansas, he spent seven years (1994-2001) as an Assistant Athletic Trainer at the University of Colorado. Lochrie worked with the Colorado Football team all seven years and was also involved with the Men's Basketball team from 1994-97.  He arrived in Boulder, Colo., from the University of Denver, where he worked as the Head Athletic Trainer from 1993-94 after serving as an Assistant Athletic Trainer from 1990-93. During his four years at Denver his primary focus was with the Men's Hockey team. Lochrie, a Bishop, Calif., native, graduated from the University of Colorado in 1987, earning a Bachelor's degree in Biology. He earned his Master of Arts degree in Physical Education from Michigan State University in 1990.



  • Milica McDowell MS DPT, Director/Owner Clearwater Therapeutics, Bozeman, MT
    • Milica McDowell, MSPT, DPT is Clearwater Therapeutics’ founder and Clinical Director.  She is an orthopedic and sports medicine professional offering state-of-the-art rehabilitative care in a relaxing, results-orientated environment. Following graduation from Montana State University-Bozeman, she trained at the University of Colorado Hospital where she focused her education on orthopedic and sports rehabilitation, receiving her Master’s Degree in 2003.  Milica received her Doctor of Physical Therapy degree from Idaho State University in 2006 where she studied the effects of knee ligament injuries in the adolescent female athlete.  Milica has over 10 years of experience in orthopedic physical therapy and specializes in complex post-surgical recovery, orthopedic issues in pregnancy, women’s health issues such as pelvic pain or  incontinence and prosthetic management.
    • Milica’s passion for helping her patients recover from injury is very apparent in the care she takes to ensure all physical therapy visits are a productive synthesis of art and science. She understands her patients’ time is valuable and prides herself in running on schedule every day. Milica does not employ aides or assistants at her clinic, which ensures her patients are receiving specialized care directly from a highly skilled, Doctorate-level therapist.


  • Doug McKeag MD, University of Indiana, Emeritus
    • As the OneAmerica Professor Emeritus of Sports Preventive Medicine and a former chair for the Department of Family Medicine at the IU School of Medicine, McKeag has turned what once was a health-care afterthought - sports medicine - into a major wing of the industry’s growing focus on health and wellness. The lessons McKeag and his fellow physicians and researchers in the field learn are changing attitudes - and lives - for millions of people worldwide, from professional athletes to “weekend warriors” to those who walk or run for a healthier life. 

      The Michigan State graduate comes by his passions naturally. As a former college athlete who now consults with the Indianapolis Colts and is the trainer for IUPUI Jaguars’ teams, he knows the importance proper training, nutrition and a physician’s care and support have for world-class athletes.



  • Bruce Miller MD MS
    • Bruce Miller, a sports medicine specialist, is an Associate Professor of Orthopaedic Surgery at the University of Michigan. Dr. Miller is the Fellowship Director for the Orthopaedic Sports Medicine Fellowship at the University of Michigan and serves as Head Team Physician for the University of Michigan Football Team.  Dr. Miller also serves as Team Physician for the US Ski Team and the USA Rugby Team. Dr. Miller is a graduate of Harvard Medical School, and was an All-American athlete as a Harvard undergraduate. He completed his residency training in orthopaedic surgery at Harvard University, and completed Fellowship training in Shoulder and Elbow Surgery in Sydney, Australia, followed by a Fellowship in Sports Medicine, Knee and Shoulder Reconstructive Surgery at the Steadman Hawkins Clinic in Vail, Colorado. His clinical interests include sports injuries of the shoulder, knee and elbow, in addition to rotator cuff disease and joint replacement surgery of the shoulder. Dr. Miller has an active clinical research program and maintains a large Registry database on disorders of the shoulder.


  • Jeremiah Randall


  • Ed Ryan ATC


  • Tad Seifert, MD – Norton Neuroscience Institute
    • Tad Seifert, M.D., is a graduate of the University of Oklahoma College of Medicine in Oklahoma City. He completed his internal medicine internship at the University of Louisville and his residency in neurology at the University of Texas at Houston. He then completed a fellowship in headache and facial pain at the renowned Houston Headache Clinic.

      Dr. Seifert currently serves as director of the Norton Sports Health Concussion Program. His clinical practice involves interpreting preseason baseline and follow-up testing, diagnosing and managing concussions, and following patients after injury. The comprehensive sports concussion program is comprised of multidisciplinary services, including neurology, neurosurgery, pediatrics, emergency medicine, neuroradiology, sports medicine and physical therapy. Dr. Seifert cares for athletes of all ages and levels – from youth sports to professional leagues. To date, he is the only fellowship-trained headache neurologist in Kentucky.

      Dr. Seifert is a member of the American Academy of Neurology, the American Headache Society and the Indiana Sports Concussion Network.

      Prior to joining Norton Healthcare, Dr. Seifert served with St. Matthews Neurology for nearly four years. He concurrently worked as a neurology hospitalist, caring for many patients at Norton Suburban Hospital during that time.


  • Bradford Siff


  • Allen Sills MD, Nashville, TN
    • Allen K. Sills, MD is the Associate Professor of Neurological Surgery at the Vanderbilt Medical Center.
      Dr. Sills' clinical interests include brain tumors, sports neurosurgery, and general neurosurgery.

      Dr. Sills received his M.D. degree in 1990 from the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine in Baltimore, Maryland.

      Dr. Sills completed his internship in General Surgery and residency training in Neurological Surgery at The Johns Hopkins Hospital in Baltimore, Maryland. He then went on to complete a two year Neuro-Oncology Fellowship at the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine




  • Rod Walters PhD, ATC
    • An innovative professional, Dr. Rod Walters has enjoyed a storied career as a collegiate athletic trainer.  A native of Fayetteville, North Carolina, Walters has long been active in the field of athletic training since his graduation from Appalachian State University in 1980, where he received his undergraduate and master's degrees.  In 1988, Walters received his Doctor of Arts degree in Physical Education from Middle Tennessee State University. Walters was Head Athletic Trainer at Lenoir-Rhyne College (N.C.) for five years before joining the staff at Appalachian State. Following his work as Head Athletic Trainer at Appalachian State, Dr. Walters moved to the Uni­versity of South Carolina, a member of the nation’s top athletic league in the Southeastern Confer­ence, to take a similar position in 1990. While at the University of South Carolina Dr. Walters was elevated to the position of Assistant Athletic Director for Sports Medicine where he oversaw the health care and wellness for the university’s athletes.
    • A member of the National Athletic Trainers Association, Dr. Walters served on their Board of Directors from 1997 to 2003.  He received the NATA's Most Distinguished Athletic Trainer in 2003 and was inducted into the NATA's Hall of Fame in 2005.  He is also a member of the American Orthopaedic Society for Sports Medicine. Most recently, Dr. Walters has brought his expertise across the country with his athletic training seminars.
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Reservations can be made to stay at the Big Sky Resort (Huntley or Shoshone Lodge) by calling 800.548.4486 and letting them know you are with BSATSMC. Please note that the only way to get discounted lift tickets  of $63/day is to stay in Big Sky Resort properties.

Visit for information about the resort. The 2014 BSATSMC Room Rates posted below are by the night:
  • Huntley Lodge
  •  Huntley First Class, 2-Queen: One person $170; Two people $195; Three people $220; Four People $245
  • Huntley Mtn View, 2-Queen: One person $181; Two people $206; Three people $231; Four people $251
  • Huntley Loft, 3- Queen: One person $224; Two people $249; Three people $274; Four people $299
  • Summit at Big Sky
  • Studio (2 guests max): One person $202; Two people $227
  • 2-Queen Hotel (4 guests max): One person $233; Two people $258; Three people $283; Four people $296
  • 1 Bedroom/suites 2-6 people $458;  2 Bedroom/suites 4-6 people $591; 3 Bedroom/Suites 6-8 people $826
  • Shoshone Condominiums
  • 1 Bedroom, 2-4 guests $336
  • 1 Bedroom with Loft, 6 guests $489
If you are on a tight travel budget, or looking to meet a new friend, contact
Jeff Monroe at 517.353.1655 or with your information and he will connect you with someone else.
The Big Sky Airport (Gallatin Field) is a great place to pick up your rental car.  The BSATSMC has chosen Enterprise Rent-A-Car as the choice for car rentals. 
Enterprise Rent-A-Car
BELGRADE, MT 59714-8546 

Tel.: (406) 388-7420 
For driving directions to Big Sky Resort from the airport, click here. 

In the winter, Big Sky's ground transportation is extensive. 
Airport Shuttle Service: Reservations required. Travelers are advised to reconfirm their return to the airport at least 24 hours before departure.

Karst Stage, Inc.
Karst Stage, Inc.
850 Gallatin Field Airport,
Suite 16,
Belgrade, Montana 59714
Karst Stage will be providing shuttle service for the 2014 Big Sky Athletic Training Sports Medicine Conference held at the Big Sky Resort, Montana. Their counter is conveniently located inside the passenger terminal in the Ground Transportation area. Karst Stage offers scheduled service 7 days a week, approximately every 1.5 hours from 10:30am until midnight to the Big Sky Resort, and returns to the airport approximately every 1-1.5 hours starting at 3:30am until 3:30pm. Reservations are required online by 1/06/2013 and should be made on their web site,
Inquiries can be made at
Karst Stage is offering a discount of 15% off of their published rates (not including a $1.50 per person airport tax for all shuttles departing the Bozeman Airport.) Children 3-12 are Half Price and children under 3 are free. To qualify for the conference rate be sure to select BSATSMC from the drop down list under the Group or Conference box when getting a quote. All online reservations will be confirmed by email. It is recommended that you print your confirmation email, read it carefully for accuracy and take it with you when you travel. A major credit card is required to guarantee your reservations; your credit card will be charged at the time you complete your reservation online. Total trip cost paid online does not include a driver gratuity.
Please call their toll free telephone number (located in your email confirmation letter) if you encounter a delay or cancellation enroute to Bozeman. Check in at the Karst Stage counter immediately (before claiming your luggage) upon arrival at the airport. You will be issued a return ticket when you check-in with your pick-up date, time and location. Big Sky is 53 miles from the airport and the drive will take approximately one hour and fifteen-minutes. Your return shuttle will be scheduled to get you to the Bozeman Airport approximately 1½ hours before your flight departs.
Cancellation policy: No penalty for shuttles cancelled 48 hours or more prior to departure from the airport.No refund will be issued for shuttles cancelled with less than 48 hours advance notice. Please call our toll free number if you are delayed, miss a flight or your flight is cancelled.
Daily shuttle to West Yellowstone in the winter:
• Karst Stage offers daily motorcoach shuttles from Huntley Lodge, Summit Hotel and Big Horn Condos to all snowmobile and snowcoach shops in West Yellowstone. The morning pick up is at 7:00am with a return at 5:30pm. Call 800.287.4759 before arriving or 406.388.2293 (local call) while at the resort for reservations, or stop by Huntley concierge desk. Discount rates available to Old Faithful and Two-Top snowmobile shops.
Winter Dining Options at Big Sky
Andiamo Italian Grille:
A touch of traditional Tuscany in a lively eclectic setting. Après and dinner served daily. Lunch served Saturday and Sunday. Reservations recommended. Located on the first floor of the Village Center. (406) 995-8041.
Andiamo Pizza Works:
Delivery available for guests of the Huntley Lodge, Shoshone, Summit, Village Center and Snowcrest Lodge. (406) 995-8041.
Mountain Mall Mocha:
Proudly serving Starbuck’s coffee. Offering mochas, teas, cappuccinos, chilled beverages, pastries, and light snacks. Located in the
Mountain Mall.
Peaks Restaurant
Casual fine dining with a Euro-western flare and magnificent slope side views. Serving breakfast buffet, fast hearty lunch and elegant dinner. Room service available. Dinner reservations recommended. (406) 995-8076.
Chet’s Bar & Restaurant
Serving appetizers, dinner and late night with nightly entertainment. Located in the Huntley Lodge. (406) 995-5784.
Huntley Lodge Dining Room:
Full breakfast buffet with great mountain views. Located in the Huntley Lodge. (406) 995-5783.
Cozy euro-western atmosphere featuring outstanding cocktails and daily specials. Serving sandwiches and sophisticated small plate selections. Bar menu available. Live music daily. Located in the Summit Hotel. (406) 995-8078.
Whiskey Jack’s:
Restaurant & bar serving Southwestern specialties and salads. Don’t miss the après nachos! Located in Mountain Mall. (406) 995-5786.
Fondue Stube in Chet's Bar
A unique experience select nights of the week. Reservations required. (406) 995-5784.
Black Kettle Soup Co.:
Hearty daily soups to warm you up for an afternoon on the mountain. Located On Mountain in the Bowl up slope from the bottom of the Lone Peak Triple Chair.
Burger Bar:
Conveniently located on the plaza serving beef and veggie burgers, bratwurst, snacks, drinks, and more. Weather dependent.
C & P Grocery/Mountain Top Pizza
Grocery store featuring food staples, deli, homemade soups, fresh pizza, fresh produce, beer, wine, videos, and
Montana gifts. Located in Mountain Mall. (406) 995-4376.
Cabin Bar and Grill
Featuring seafood, steaks and game dishes in a rustic atmosphere. Offering lunch, Après ski, and Dinner. Full service bar. Reservations recommended . Located in the Arrowhead Mall. (406) 995-4244.
Shedhorn Grill:
On mountain dining. Serving breakfast and lunch. Located on Larkspur, near the Shedhorn lift. (406) 995-3880.
Fire Hole Lounge:
Serving coffee and pastries. Located in the Huntley/Shoshone Lobby.
Black Bear Bar & Grill:
Weekly entertainment, pool tables, foosball, darts, and poker machines. Located next to Mountain Lodge. (406) 995-2845.
Lone Peak Café:
Breakfast and lunch. Offering soups, salad bar, sandwiches, burgers and daily specials. Located in Mountain Mall. (406) 995-5876.
Yeti Dogs
Featuring gourmet hot dogs, veggie dogs, Montana made ice cream, draft beer and snacks. Open daily. In the Snowcrest Lodge. (406) 995-3971.
M.R. Hummers:
Serving lunch and dinner including steaks, ribs and variety of sandwiches. Located in the Mountain Mall. (406) 995-4543 .
Scissorbills Saloon
Stop by for appetizers, burgers, sandwiches and drinks in a fun and friendly atmosphere. Live entertainment several nights a week, including open mic nights and DJs. Open for lunch Après ski and dinner. Located in the Arrowhead Mall. (406) 995-4933.
Montana Dinner Yurt
Discover a unique backcountry dining experience with gourmet Montana cuisine. Featuring a snowcat ride, live music, sledding, and
a bonfire. Reservations required. (406) 995-3880.
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