Big Sky Country

Located just 45 miles southwest of Bozeman and 15 miles northwest of Yellowstone National Park lies the year-round recreation resort town of Big Sky, Montana. With the wide-open views, endless skies and towering mountains it’s obvious where Big Sky got its name… but there is a lot of “big” in this little town of a few thousand residents. In the winter, Big Sky Resort offers visitors more than 5800 acres of skiable terrain spread across four mountains. Want to take a day off from the rush of downhill skiing? Big Sky has an award-winning Nordic trail system, snow shoe tours, sleigh rides, dog sledding trips and a host of other activities to enjoy. Visitors to Big Sky in the summer will be surrounded by fields of wildflowers, miles of hiking trails, and plenty of rushing water perfect for whitewater rafting or Blue-Ribbon trout fishing.

The region is famed for its variety of rugged outdoor and thrill-seeking excursions – from iconic fishing in the Yellowstone River, to whitewater rafting on the Gallatin to viewing the famous Old Faithful Geyser. Within Yellowstone National Park, visitors can experience the Grand Canyon of the Yellowstone, Midway Geyser Basin, and partake in tours exploring its vast untamed backcountry, home to wild bison, black bears, elk, wolves, grizzlies and more.

Beyond Big Sky, visitors can enjoy the many fine restaurants and breweries of Bozeman, and luxury resorts like Sage Lodge nestled in the heart of Paradise Valley. Dine at one of more than 50 area restaurants with options ranging from BBQ to an elegant Alpine-style dinner atop Andesite Mountain – at 8800 feet above sea level!

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