Big Sky, MT, USA

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Big Sky, MT, USA

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Big Sky—from ski resort to a vibrant town

Big Sky is home to endless views and wide open skies, but there’s more to this town than meets the eye. Big Sky has grown from 2 ski resorts into a vibrant town that offers great family and group vacations all year round. It boasts the “Biggest Skiing in America,” and come summer or winter, you’ll be able to find Big Sky vacation rentals to suit your pocket and lifestyle. Big Sky offers unlimited access to outdoor activities and is the ideal basecamp from which to explore the natural wonders of Yellowstone.

The great outdoors all year round in Big Sky

Whatever your tastes, Big Sky has all the ingredients for cooking up a brilliant family vacation. With affordable Big Sky vacation rentals and everything from skiing and snowboarding during the winter sports season, to fishing and wild whitewater activities, as well as backcountry hiking in the magnificent nature, what’s not to like? Big Sky is also the gateway to Yellowstone with its unique geological features and abundant wildlife. The town just keeps on giving, with a host of entertainment and family-friendly activities that make it feel much larger than life.

Outdoor recreation is what Big Sky is all about

Although known for its legendary skiing, family-friendly Big Sky has so much more to offer! Whether it’s escaping for wilderness adventures with the kids on horseback or foot, braving the fast-flowing rivers, or soaring through the treetops on a zip line, there are many ways to make a great family vacation amazing. From comfortable Big Sky vacation rentals, you can visit the Crail Ranch Settlers Museum or hike to the spectacular Ousel Falls. During the summer months, there are also music concerts in the Town Center Park.

Big Sky—the name says it all

Summers are balmy in Big Sky, when average temperatures hit around 70°F, and the sun doesn’t set behind Lone Mountain until well after 9 p.m. During the winter, when average temperatures can drop as low as 7°F, Big Sky has something to offer all winter sports enthusiasts, whatever your snowy discipline. The average snowfall here is an incredible 77 inches with the national average being only 26 inches! Many combine skiing with other activities, like snowshoeing, sleighing, or ice climbing before enjoying a relaxing après-ski activity in front of a roaring fire.

Breathtaking scenery, come summer or winter in Big Sky

The one thing you can’t escape in Big Sky is the scenery. The landscape around Big Sky has wide meadow areas bisected by rivers, some of which offer fishing opportunities as well as breathtaking whitewater rapids in the Gallatin Canyon. In the awe-inspiring natural environment of Yellowstone, spring is the time for baby animals. In the fall, the deciduous trees turn a spectacular gold and yellow among the pines on the slopes of Lone Mountain, and nature and skiers begin gearing up for the winter sports season.