Nature looms large at Montana’s Big Sky Resort. Majestic elk roam free, bald eagles soar, and the wild Gallatin River beckons anglers with abundant trout.
Long renowned for its unspoiled setting, first-class lodgings, and alpine slopes, Big Sky now boasts three ski mountains spanning 5,300 acres and 4,350 vertical feet, thanks to the addition of access to Lone Peak Pass. From the summit at 11,166 feet, visitors survey breathtaking views of Grand Teton and Yellowstone National Parks. In the summer months, guests tee off at an 18-hole Arnold Palmer course and indulge tired muscles at the Solace Spa.