Top Hotels & Things to Do in Big Sky, Montana
With over 5,800 acres of terrain, Big Sky lives up to its reputation. With its vastness comes insane views, varied terrain, consistent snowfall and a whole lot of fun. Lift tickets are available directly, or Ikon pass holders have access to Big Sky for a set amount of days that must be reserved in advance.
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Where to stay in Big Sky, Montana
Montage Big Sky
Effortlessly blending Montana's rugged beauty with modern comforts, this luxury alpine hotel is set within the Spanish Peaks Mountain Club community, just a short drive from the slopes at Big Sky.
$100 hotel / resort credit.
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Residence Inn by Marriott Big Sky/The Wilson Hotel
Polished hotel in Big Sky with straightforward studios and apartments, plus an outdoor pool and hot tub.
The Summit Hotel
Relaxed ski hotel within Big Sky Resort with laid-back rooms, studios and suites.
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Things to do in Big Sky, Montana
Ski & Snowboard - Top-notch ski school, offering private and group lessons.
Nordic skiing - Over 85 km of groomed cross-country ski trails.
Headlamp Night Skiing - Ski at night, guided by the stars and your headlamp.
Snowshoeing - Tours are available through the Moose Tracks Gully.
Ziplining - Let’s get that adrenaline pumping.
Dog Sledding - Take in the views of Big Sky by dog sled.
Horseback Riding - Hit the trail with a guided tour on horseback.
Fly Fishing - Fish in the legendary trout streams of Southwestern Montana, including the Gallatan, Madison, Big Hole, Yellowstone and Missouri Rivers.
Sleigh Rides - A magical experience that’s fun for the whole family.
Snowmobile Tours - Fly through the snow in Yellowstone National Park and Big Sky.
Places to eat & drink in Big Sky, Montana
Everett’s 8800 - On-mountain fine dining with views overlooking Lone Peak Mountain.
Horn & Cantle - Farm-to-table dining at the Lone Mountain Ranch.
Olive B’s Big Sky Bistro - Upscale bar & restaurant serving American fare.
Scissorbills Saloon - Casual restaurant and bar at the base, with live music.
Montana Jack - Taphouse with craft burgers and beer.
Peaks Chophouse & Wine Lounge - Upscale steakhouse with a great wine list.
Chet’s Bar and Grill - Family-friendly tavern.
Carabiner - Bar & lounge, great for après ski.
Yeti Dogs - Local spot for gourmet hotdogs.
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