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Accommodation in Big Sky cost from $160 per night.
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About Big Sky
Big Sky, Montana is a small town filled with natural beauty and adventure. The Town Center sits by the Lone Peak mountain and the Gallatin River. In Big Sky you can go dog sledding, horseback riding, zip lining, and more. You can also take a day trip to Yellowstone National Park or to Idaho Falls, Idaho.
Things to Do in Big Sky
If you love skiing, you definitely have to visit Big Sky Resort. Big Sky Resort is the biggest ski resort in the country and has over 300 runs, four mountains, and 5,800 acres of land. Big Sky has many other outdoor activities as well. Go dog sledding through the alpine forests with Spirit of the North Sled Dog Adventures. You can also go snowmobiling, river rafting, and even take a sleigh ride if you’re visiting during the winter. Go on an Adventure Zipline Tour at Big Sky Resort, which gives you views of Lone Mountain. For dinner, try the barbeque at Gallatin Riverhouse Grill or eat a five course Italian meal at the Andiamo Italian Grille.
Day Trips Near Big Sky
Yellowstone National Park is just a two-hour drive from Big Sky! Yellowstone is the ultimate destination for nature lovers and those looking for an adventure. You can go boating on Yellowstone Lake, try to catch 16 species of fish, and snowshoe through the backcountry. Yellowstone is also a great place to check off the number of birds and mammals you’ve seen, since it has 330 species of birds and 67 species of mammals. Idaho Falls, Idaho is approximately two and a half hours from Big Sky. Once in Idaho Falls you can explore the Idaho Falls Zoo, visit several museums, and play golf on one of the three Championship golf courses.
Big Sky Accommodation
Stay in a spacious luxury chalet just outside of the town center or rent a spacious house that has beautiful views of a lake and Lone Peak. Many of the rental houses have private hot tubs and large decks as well. Wherever you choose to stay, Tripping can help you compare all of the rentals in the area by price, ratings, reviews, and more. Book your Big Sky vacation rental today!
Transportation in Big Sky
If you don’t have your own car while staying in Big Sky, don’t worry because there are a few car rental options and there is reliable public transportation as well. If you want to be able to take day trips and have more flexibility with your itinerary, renting a car is your best option. You can rent car from Journey Rent-A-Car or from Phasmid Rentals. For public transportation, you can take the Skyline Bus, which runs seven days a week and is free to ride.
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