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Big Sky Summer 2020

All of us in Big Sky deeply appreciate the fresh air, mountains, rivers and outdoor space surrounding us, especially during these unpredictable times in all of our lives. Just to note - when you arrive in Montana from out-of-state, the National Guard remains authorized to perform temperature checks.

In Big Sky, our hope is for all visitors to where masks while inside public places. Social distancing remains critical, please be respectful, we all want to STAY OPEN FOR YOU!

The air is so fresh and the open space we no longer take for granted. The colors are vivid, the sunsets are outstanding (stay tuned for our sunset photo blog), everyone is friendly, and pretty much always happy. You'll feel yourself relax as soon as you turn onto Lone Mountain Trail, it is the one and only road to the mountain.


If you're starting to feel like, "the mountains are calling", let us know and we'll help you plan. Our small town of Big Sky has become so popular, it is highly recommended that you make reservations and book activities prior to arrival if you have some "must dos". Call or text us at 406.551.0340 when you've decided, "I must go."

Big Sky Farmers Market

Our Wednesday night Farmers Market plans to open on schedule beginning June 17 through August. The Market takes in the Town Center from 5-8pm. This year's market is exciting with unique local cuisine, fresh vegetables and flowers, arts and crafts and is accompanied at times by music or a small performance of some kind.

Yellowstone National Park

Simply Beautiful and so many ways to enjoy the Park. There still remains some limited access. Click this link for updated access information -


There are currently 24 trailheads in Big Sky, many you can walk or bike to from your home. We can help you determine which trails are the right fit for you. If you need hiking equipment, just let us know and we can pick-up and deliver to your home prior to your arrival.

Mountain & Road Biking

Mountain Biking in Big Sky is loved by many! There is a wide variety of terrain to choose from. As for road biking in Big Sky, test your endurance by biking from the Town Center to the Mountain Village and back (6 miles each way and it is steep!) and you many find Beehive Brewery to be the place to celebrate your achievement. We can always deliver rental equipment to your vacation home.

Fly Fishing

Montana is definitely a world class fly fishing destination. If you're new to the sport, there are plenty of Fly Fishing Guides who will show you why so many people love to fly fish in Big Sky and in all of Montana's trout filled rivers.

White Water Rafting

Grab a guide and a raft and head to the Gallatin River for a big splash. Seriously, if you could see the photos of friends and families smiling as they maneuver the whitewater, you'll add this activity to the list!

White Water Kayaking

The Gallatin River offers Class II and Class III rapids. If you can take your eyes off of your line, the canyon scenery is breathtaking!

Lake Kayaks, Canoes, Paddle Boards & Paddle boats

Head to Lake Levinsky in Big Sky Resort Mountain Village where you can rent boating equipment. If you get tired of Paddle Boarding, no problem, just exchange it for a Paddle Boat, Kayak or Canoe. Or check out Kirkwood Marina in West Yellowstone where you can rent power boats for fishing, water skiing or just to enjoy with friends.

Horseback Riding

There are a number of guest ranches offering horseback riding as well as outfitters offering day rides. The ranches typically offer cabin accommodations with restaurants on site. Staying on a ranch is an unique experience you'll remember forever!


There are so many camping options for tent lovers craving to get away from it all. There are also many places for campers and fans of glamping. Camping of any kind always creates lasting memories of family and friends in Big Sky.

Wildlife Tours

There are fabulous guides who offer a variety of wildlife tours, even guided ATV tours in Yellowstone National Park. Wilderness workshops and Photography tours are two excellent options as well.


Big Sky's 18 hole, par 72 Resort Golf Course, designed by Arnold Palmer, is open to the public. Tee times should be reserved as soon as possible. In addition, lessons and tournament sign up are offered. And of course you can enjoy a beer at the Bunker Bar and Grill after a round of golf surrounded by mountains.

Hot Air Ballooning

Get above it all! As you can imagine, incredible views up in the sky. You decide how high you would like to go!


That's not quite everything, there's Yoga in the mountains, floating down the Madison, hunting, trips into Bozeman, wildlife photography one of a kind restaurants and shops, to name a few, all echoing the spirit of Big Sky!