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  • Fishing/Hunting
  • Skiing
  • Scenic
  • Mountains

Top Lifestyles

  • Mountains

    Rocky Mountains
    Rocky Mountains
    • Located in the Rocky Mountains
    • Lone Peak summit elevation: 11,166 feet (3,403 m)
    • Average annual snowfall: 400 inches (1,016 cm)
    • Popular mountain activities include snowshoeing, sledding, mountain biking, hiking, whitewater rafting, and horseback riding.
  • Scenic

    River in the Absaroka Range
    River in the Absaroka Range
    • Nearby, Gallatin National Forest includes the Absaroka-Beartooth and Lee Metcalf Wilderness areas.
    • 48 miles (77 km) from the west entrance of Yellowstone National Park
    • Montana Scenic Loop is a 400-mile (640 km) loop through four national forests.
  • Skiing

    Lone Peak
    Lone Peak
    • 5,500+ combined acres of skiing and 220 trails in Big Sky Resort and Moonlight Basin Resort
    • Big Sky Ski and Summer Resort has a vertical drop of 4,350 feet (1,326 m).
    • Ski season runs from late November through the middle of April.
    • The Yellowstone Ski Festival for cross-country skiing is held every November.
    • Most runs from the Lone Peak summit are expert trails.
  • Fishing/Hunting

    Fly-fishing
    Fly-fishing
    • There are more blue-ribbon trout streams and lakes within 80 miles (129 km) of Big Sky than there are anywhere else in the nation.
    • Fly-fishing is available year-round, from floats or wade fishing.
    • Hunting is for elk, whitetail deer, mule deer, black bear, antelope, bison, big horn sheep, mountain goats, mountain lion, turkey, and prairie dogs.
    • Bow hunting and rifle hunting are permitted in spring, fall, and winter.

OTHER POPULAR LIFESTYLES

  • Water Sports
  • Tennis
  • Lake
  • Golf Destination
  • Equestrian
  • Bicycling
    • Bicycling, equestrian, golf destination, lake, tennis, water sports

    Highlights

    • More than 9 million visitors annually in the Big Sky/Yellowstone area
    • Big Sky Resort was ranked the sixth best terrain and sixth most challenging mountain by SKI magazine in 2010.
    • Big Sky is an unincorporated community with no town government.
    • There are 90+ technology companies in Gallatin County, where Big Sky is partially located.
    • Nearby cities and towns: Bozeman (1 hour); Butte (2.5 hours); Billings (3.5 hours)

    FAST FACTS

    Population 2,308
    Size 228 square miles (591 km2)
    Climate Big Sky has snowy winters and mild summers, making outdoor activities enjoyable all year.
    Nearby Airports with Hub Connections Gallatin Field Airport (BZN): Direct connections include Atlanta (ATL), Chicago (ORD), Las Vegas (LAS), Los Angeles (LAX), San Francisco (SFO), Seattle (SEA)
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    Featured Properties

    Tract 8 North Fork Road, Big Sky, MT 59716
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    Lot 5 Beehive Basin, Big Sky, MT 59716
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