LONE MOUNTAIN LAND COMPANY
BIG SKY – Moonlight Basin on Dec. 15 announced major renovations at the Moonlight Lodge, including the addition of the new Moonlight Tavern.
Moonlight Tavern offers inventive, mountain-inspired tavern fare in a beautiful lodge setting. Featuring a full dining room and separate bar and lounge areas, guests may enjoy an expedited or relaxed lunch or après-ski bites and a full dinner menu, while enjoying the view of iconic Lone Mountain.
While some areas of Moonlight Lodge, such as the treatment rooms and member lounge, pool, and fitness area, are reserved for member-only use, most of the lodge is open to the public. Public areas of Moonlight Lodge include the new Moonlight Tavern, the retail shop and the real estate gallery.
“We chose a palette that would bring indoors the magnificent mountain sunrises and sunsets,” said Kim Anderson, interior designer of Moonlight Lodge. “The overall feel of the interiors is relaxed and casual, inviting visitors to linger for drinks or a bite to eat after a long day on the slopes.”
While things have evolved at Moonlight Basin, the mission remains the same: to nurture a multi-generational, sustainable, and authentic community, centered around outdoor activities of continual discovery and adventure.
Valet parking is available to the public for a fee during the ski day at Moonlight Lodge. During lunch or dinner, parking at the lodge is complimentary to all guests – making the Tavern an ideal spot for visitors and locals. Members also enjoy numerous other perks, including a new member lounge and family-activity center, with a private bar, casual dining, kids programming, and games.
Moonlight Basin is being developed by Lone Mountain Land Company, LLC. Visit moonlightbasin.com/join to learn more about becoming a Moonlight Club member. Visit the Moonlight Lodge page under ‘Events & Activities’ at moonlightbasin.com to learn more about the lodge, or call (406) 995-7777 to make a reservation.
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