SPOTTED: Santa repelling from Big Sky’s Twin Zip
At 8pm last night, Big Sky guests spotted a jolly man in a red suit zooming across the sky on one of Big Sky’s ziplines before he repelled into the Base Area, distributing candy and wishing happy Christmases to all.
Reports were confirmed by NORAD, which has been tracking Santa’s flights with radar, satellites, Santa Cams, and fighter jets since 1955.
NORAD is now reporting that Santa has finished his flight.
Unconfirmed reports say that Santa will celebrate another successful Christmas by hitting the slopes at Big Sky this morning.
“He has a reservation at the Summit Hotel,” says one insider. “He likes to stay there because he can park his sleigh in the underground parking garage, and housekeeping always leaves him cookies, milk, and Pepto-Bismol to help him relax and recover after a long night of work.”
Skiing at Big Sky is one of Santa’s favorite traditions, the insider says, and Santa buys his season pass months in advance.
Big Sky residents and guests will be keeping an eye out for Santa on the slopes all day today, and expect spottings throughout December 25th.