Here's Lone Peak in Big Sky, Montana, from a slightly different angle than the one I drew on February 20. The picture was taken from the top of the Southern Comfort lift.
Eventually, we went to the tip of the peak and skied our way down the entire mountain. The final lift that takes you to the peak is called the Lone Peak Tram. Here it's shown heading up the mountain from the lift line. The tram is the black square in the center of the photo, and it holds 15 or so skiers and their skis.
The blue sky made for some good pictures on the peak. Here I am standing on the top with Bob and Al--I'm on the left.
If I look content with the wind blowing in my face at the top of Lone Peak, it's only because I forgot for a moment that I had to ski down. But I did, just minutes later, and lived to post about it!