What do we recommend in Big Sky? 

We are excited for your upcoming stay in Big Sky!  If you have any questions about your stay, about Big Sky, or about anything we can help you with, please let us know!  We are here to help you have a wonderful vacation.

Summer in Big Sky is amazing.  The outdoor activities are endless and the vistas are always breathtaking.  Click any of the linked activities here to get more information: Take a hikego mountain biking, ride a horse into the backcountry, Fly down a zipline, or challenge yourself to a ropes course  at Big Sky Resort's Basecamp.  You can even take a scenic chairlift ride or the tram all the way to the top of Lone Peak.  Schedule an early morning Hot Air Balloon Ride, climb a cliffsidePitch a tent in the National Forest, tour Yellowstone National Park.  We are only 45 minutes from Yellowstone's West Entrance; from there, see amazing scenery, wild bison, and erupting geysers.  Take a stroll through our weekly Farmer's Market, or spend the evening at one of our weekly free concerts.  Fly-fish in the Gallatin River, or maybe whitewater raft, stand-up paddleboard, or learn how to kayak.

-Winter in Big Sky is truly magical, and has so much to offer.  The biggest activity here is of course skiing at Big Sky Resort, but there are many other activities around we want to help you be aware of.  Click any of the linked activities to learn more: cross country skiing, dog-sledding, horseback riding, sleigh-rides (we recommend either Cache Creek Outfitters or Lone Mountain Ranch), snowshoeing, sledding, or even catching a movie!

-If you are here to ski, or plan on snowshoeing or cross country skiing, there are several places to rent equipment.  Ski Butlers offers our guests a 15% discount, click here to take advantage of that. Or call Ski Butlers Big Sky at (406) 640-2846.  For cross country skis try East Slope Outdoors, and for snowshoes try Grizzly Outfitters. And of course, give us a call about 10% off of your lift tickets two weeks or more prior to your arrival.

If you are planning on eating out for dinner - best make reservations at least a week out, especially around holidays and weekends.  Some of our favorite local places include By Word of Mouth for a classy but casual meal, Buck's T-4 for a good steak and Montana atmosphere, and Olive B's for a more dressed up dinner.  The Gallatin Riverhouse Grill is a great spot for something casual with great views.  Take a look at our "Guest Perks List" upon arrival for some great offers from local restaurants, and for a complete list of dining establishments click here: Chamber of Commerce Restaurant List

Need groceries?  There are several places in Big Sky to get groceries, including the Hungry Moose, The Country Market, and Roxy's Market.  The Hungry Moose will actually deliver groceries to your condo before you even get there - just order online at www.hungrymoose.com. The fee for most deliveries is only $30, so it is definitely worth the time you will save.

Need a spa day or some time on the Yoga mat? There are several local places to check out.  For spa services, check out Ozssage.  Several work-out and Yoga places are also available, like Santosha, Yoga Stone, Big Sky Health and Fitness, and Big Sky Fitness Fusion and Pilates.

Getting around Big Sky can be confusing - we always, 100% highly recommend having a vehicle in Big Sky.  Our little town is spread out enough that the best way to enjoy it is to have a car to get from place to place.  Otherwise, from the airport there is Karst Stage Transportation. What else can we help you with?  Let us know how we can help you!  406-995-4455

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More Warm Weather Activities

More information on what to do in the summer in and around Big Sky

More Cold Weather Activities

More information on what to do in Big Sky this winter