Big Sky: All Nature is Not Created Equal
This mountain town is an invitation from Mother Nature herself to connect with what’s still unspoiled in the world
There are places in the world that are worth seeing. Then, there are places that show you the world through new eyes. Big Sky, Montana is an invitation from Mother Nature herself to connect with what’s still unspoiled in the world. Here are our top 5 reasons to visit the fun mountain town this winter.
SKI BIG SKY RESORT AND ITS 5,800 ACRES OF TERRAIN
Fresh tracks through “cold smoke powder” come with the territory, and almost non-existent lift-lines make skiing as many runs as you can fit into your day effortless.
GET OUT IN THE WILD
Nordic ski, snowshoe or snowmobile your way into the wilds of Montana. Lone Mountain Ranch offers great Nordic and snowshoe trails, or take a trip to Yellowstone National Park for a tour of the park on snowmobiles.
ENJOY BREATHTAKING VIEWS OF THE ROCKY MOUNTAINS
The Lone Peak Tram at Big Sky Resort offers visitors a 360-degree view of the surroundings from an altitude of 11,166 feet. On a clear day, riders can see three states, two national parks and dozens of peaks.
Après Ski Fun
Big Sky turns après skiing into an art form. You’ll enjoy everything from Riverhouse BBQ and Salon in the Gallatin Canyon, to live music and great après ski specials at slopeside Moonlight Tavern.
Bozeman Yellowstone International Airport serves the Big Sky and Yellowstone National Park area and offers nonstop service from many cities, making it easy and convenient to enjoy all the fun Big Sky has to offer.
Sue Hyde is the director of marketing for Lone Mountain Land Company, a land planning and development organization in the Big Sky, Montana region. You can reach Sue at 406-219-0830.
Content for this article provided by Lone Mountain Land Company.