A recreational paradise, Big Sky, Montana is home to numerous outdoor activities and may be one of the best kept secrets in the West. From downhill to cross-country skiing, hiking, mountain biking, fly fishing, horseback riding and more, it’s no surprise that so many tourists flock to this corner of Montana each and every year, and with Yellowstone National Park less than an hour away, Big Sky is the perfect home-base for visiting the Country’s First National Park.
Big Sky Mountain Village is the area that surrounds the base of Lone Mountain. It is also home to Big Sky Ski Resort, Spanish Peaks, and Moonlight Basin.
Meadow Village is simply a small “village” that makes up Big Sky. It is the first set of shops and restaurants after turning from the main highway.
The Town Center Is Centrally Located 7 Miles Below Lone Mountain in the Big Sky Meadow Village at the turn-off to The Yellowstone Club.
Spanish Peaks Mountain Club is a 5,750-acre private, membership-only ski and golf community that borders Big Sky Ski Resort.
Moonlight Basin is a ski and golf community located on the north side of Loan Peak that borders Big Sky Ski Resort.
Yellowstone Club is a 13,600 acre private residential ski and golf community that adjoins Big Sky Ski Resort.