Welcome to Cedar Creek at Big Sky, your Gateway to Yellowstone National Park adventure! Whitewater rafting, blue ribbon fly fishing, high alpine hiking, horseback riding, mountain biking, geysers, bison, elk, and more await you in Big Sky, Montana.
Big Sky Resort is right out the door and Moonlight Basin is 2 miles away. In summer, ride the lift up and take the fast way down with downhill mountain biking at Big Sky Resort. Bikes and safety gear are available for rent. Hiking trails start right out the door. The trailhead for the spectacular Beehive Basin is 2 miles away. There are 13 bars and restaurants within walking distance. The Mountain Village also has galleries, boutiques, a convenience store, and a business center.
Big Sky Resort has launched a new iBasecamp which features a tandem zip line, a zip line canyon course, high ropes course, and aerial bungee trampoline.
Montana seems a little further away from it all, but is easier than ever to get to with several direct flights to Bozeman. Big Sky is your gateway to Yellowstone National Park. Experience true Montana hospitality, a slower pace of life, the rustic West, jaw-dropping views, and NO CROWDS.
In winter experience the 'Biggest skiing in America' with NO LIFTLINES.
Yellowstone National Park, less than an hour away, is a great place to see buffalo, elk, moose, bald eagles, wolves and maybe even a grizzly, as wells as the hot springs and geysers. Explore Yellowstone's wildlife and ecosystem on a backcountry snow-coach tour.
Lone Mountain Ranch features the 50km of cross-country ski trails groomed for classic cross-country or adrenaline pumping skate skiing. LMR also has snow shoe trails, horse drawn sled rides to backcountry cabins for western-style dinners, or back at the lodge an intimate dining experience.
Rent snowmobiles in both Big Sky and West Yellowstone, MT, which features guided snowmobile tours inside the park and easy access to a 400 mile network of groomed snowmobile trails in Montana, Idaho, and Wyoming that span the Continental Divide.
The condo features a view of Mt. Wilson in the Spanish Peaks range. Accommodations include a queen-size bed, two twins, and a pull-out sleeper sofa.
I escaped Washington DC ten years ago and spent two winters skiing all over the world. Having skied 50+ resorts, Big Sky was my hands down favorite. I've lived here for eight years, my first two winters as a ski instructor. Having decided to stay full-time, I started a construction consulting business and a landscaping company. And I still work as a part-time ski instructor.
I used to live in DC, which has some of the worst traffic in the country. My commute could be 1-2 hours, sometimes more. When I moved to Big Sky, I wanted to be able to walk to the base area in minutes. I wanted to be 2 minutes from the closest ski lift and I wanted to be able to ski home. My neighbors are ski-in/ski-out, so I would ski down their trail, cross the street, and walk in the door.
Right out the living room window is a fantastic view of the Mt. Wilson and the Spanish Peaks range. At sunset, after the Mt Village is in the shadow of Lone Peak, the alpen-glow illuminates the Spanish Peaks.