Discover Big Sky


In the winter, there is no place as exciting as Big Sky, Montana! From adrenaline rushing adventures, to relaxing nights sitting in hot tubs starring at star filled skies, you will create lifelong memories in Big Sky. Here are a few of our favorite things to do during Big Sky’s epic winter months.


If you are looking for a quiet and peaceful place to relax, the spring is a wonderful time to enjoy the scenery. You will find yourself on the trails with the locals. We never know what weather to get this time of year, from backcountry skiing and snowshoeing to warm sunny days on the bike, we have experienced it all. Make sure to stop by the rushing Gallatin River and enjoy a view of the daring white-water adventurers that navigate the rapids.


Summertime in Big Sky, Montana – what isn’t there to do!? Big Sky is as much a summer oasis as a winter wonderland. We love Big Sky’s breathtaking views during this season. The view of Lone Peak is glorious and the wildlife roam through the meadows, enjoying that warm summer breeze. Here are a few of our favorite things to do during Big Sky’s beautiful summer months.


Plan for 70 degree days, as well as 2 feet of snow! This time of year is filled with hope and anticipation as you see the mountain and town center prepare for the upcoming winter season.

Big Sky Ski Resort

Start your adventure by hitting the slopes of Big Sky Resort. Big Sky Resort gives you access to over 5,800 skiable acres. The resort offers a range of expertise levels; from beginner slopes, to impressive snow chutes. Enjoy the iconic mountain from the top of Lone Peak to the trees in Moonlight Basin. Don’t be fooled by the amount of sunshine Big Sky gets; for snow is usually quick to move through and bring inches for fresh powder to the slope. In the summer, make sure to jump on the trails to hike and bike or take a relaxing chairlift up the mountain. Your children will love the zipline and ropes courses that will keep your family tied up in the sky for hours.  

Lift Tickets

rious passes are available for purchase including day, multi-day, and season passes. Big Sky Resort also accepts the Ikon pass for limited dates. We encourage our guests to purchase tickets in advance for the best pricing and availability. Please visit the Big Sky Ski Resort website to see the most current updates on lift tickets. Big Sky Resort requires that pre-purchased lift tickets be picked up at the Big Sky Mountain Village with the guest’s photo ID and invoice.

We cannot order, pick up, or deliver your lift tickets, which are now a RFID card or Ikon card.

All of our properties offer convenient ski-in & ski-out access. From our properties, you are able to ski down to the Big Sky Mountain Village Base area in order to purchase or pick up your ticket. Certain properties require you to access the Base via the White Otter Chairlift, which does not require a ski ticket to ride. Ski out the back of the property via the groomed trails and follow the resort signs directing you to the Base Area or White Otter Chairlift. Each of our properties has detailed explanations on how to use the ski-in & ski-out access.

Dining & Drinks

Big Sky delivers in a BIG way! Offering historic saloons, local & microbreweries, wine bars, bakeries, cozy lounges and fine dining.

Health & Wellness

Take the time to relax and rejuvenate inside or outside one of our luxurious homes. Nothing beats the quiet and pristine views from our properties and allowing you and your body to unwind in peace. However, if you are looking for more options to boost your mental and physical wellness, we’ve provided a list of wellness services offered in Big Sky.


Our Big Sky luxury vacation homes are only 45 minutes from a North American Natural Wonder – Yellowstone National Park! Yellowstone is famous for their hot springs and gushing geysers, as well as their dramatic canyons, alpine rivers, and lush forests. Don’t miss a visit to the most famous, Old Faithful, or the vibrant Grand Prismatic. In addition to the scenery, the animal sightseeing makes you feel as if you are in a National Geographic documentary.

Just 30 miles beyond Yellowstone National Park, you can encounter the beauty of the Grand Tetons. The dramatic rocky ridges of the Teton Range is a photographer’s dream as the majestic mountains meet alpine lakes, mountain meadows, and glorious valley floors.

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