Big Sky has been attracting outdoor enthusiasts since the early 1970s(view Big Sky History). Today there are more ways than ever to truly enjoy the Big Sky area and immerse yourself into the great outdoors.
Known for legendary skiing and easy access to Yellowstone National Park, Big Sky, MT also offers golf, fishing, zip lining, rafting, shopping, annual events & more. 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 photograph 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.