We can’t wait to see you in Big Sky. Visit Big Sky will help you plan your vacation and find lodging, dining, things to do and more!  Here’s some information that will help you make planning your trip easy and fun.

Official Visitor Guide to Big Sky

The Official Visitor Guide to Big Sky provides information on planning a trip to Big Sky.  Request a hard copy here.

Lodging

From cabins on the river to condos on the mountain, the Big Sky area offers a variety of lodging options. Visitors can relax in the comfort of a luxurious, private rental home, enjoy the amenities of a hotel or lodge, or be adventurous and rough it in a rustic cabin.

For more information about the numerous lodging choices in Big Sky, visit the following links:

www.visitbigskymt.com/lodging

Activities

During the summer months, visitors can catch a trophy trout on the infamous Gallatin River, explore one of the world’s top ten hikes (Beehive Basin), as voted by Fox News, horseback ride in the Rocky Mountains, or channel their inner Ansel Adams by photographing wildlife and picturesque scenery in Yellowstone National Park.

Winter in Big Sky is magical. Whether it’s the 5,800 acres of skiable terrain at Big Sky Resort, the miles of classic Nordic ski trails that meander throughout Alpine forests, a sleigh ride dinner, a dog sled adventure, or just a day relaxing at the spa, there’s never a shortage of things to do in Big Sky when the weather is cold.

For more information about activities in Big Sky, visit the following links:

www.visitbigskymt.com/recreation

Planning a Wedding

We won’t blame you if you love Big Sky, especially if you fall IN love while you’re here! Lovebirds can say their vows under the “big sky,” in a church, or atop a mountain. The area is also home to many reception venues that will be sure to wow your guests.

For more information about tying the knot in Big Sky, visit the following links:

www.visitbigskymt.com/big-sky-weddings

Planning a Meeting

Big Sky Resort features the Yellowstone Conference Center. With room for groups of 10 to 2,500 and 55,000 square feet of conference space, your colleagues and clients will be impressed with the expansive views, high tech business tools, and delectable treats, which can all be arranged for your event. And, when you’re not busy working on your businesses success, celebrate by treating your employees to gourmet meals, live entertainment, and the many outdoor adventures and activities that Big Sky has to offer.

For more information about planning a meeting or conference in Big Sky, visit the following links:

www.visitbigskymt.com/groups-meetings

Biggest Skiing in America

With over 5,800 acres of skiable terrain, and starring Lone Peak at an elevation of 11,166 feet high, Big Sky Resort appeals to skiers and boarders of all ages and abilities. Some runs are close to six miles long! Our annual snowfall typically reaches 400+ inches, which means you’re likely to find some fresh powder and make your own tracks.

www.bigskywinter.com