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Choose from five Inspirato homes near Big Sky Resort, the second-largest ski resort in the U.S. Standalone homes Lone Peak Lodge and Gallatin each come with a hot tub and private deck with sweeping mountain views. They’re also a short walk from skiing at Moonlight Basin. Nearby, enjoy the secluded Woodrose home surrounded by a mature pine forest, offering ski-in, ski-out access.
It’s also to enjoy skiing while staying at Morningstar, a luxury townhome with its own hot tub. Closer to the town of Big Sky, four-bedroom Flatiron is a contemporary mountain home nestled in the Spanish Peaks neighborhood, a short drive from skiing, golfing, and the community clubhouse.
Montana is known as Big Sky Country, and nowhere is that name more fitting than in the town of Big Sky itself, where big blue skies and the rocky peaks of the Gallatin Range dominate the scenery. Home to nine national forests, Big Sky is a beacon for outdoor recreation, particularly hiking, fishing, and whitewater rafting. It’s just an hour’s drive from the west entrance of Yellowstone National Park, renowned for its geysers and abundant wildlife. Visit in the colder months to zoom down the blissfully crowd-free slopes of Big Sky Resort, the second-largest ski resort in the U.S. with 6,000 acres of skiable terrain and 300 runs across four mountains.
Boasting 300 named runs spread out across four mountains, Big Sky is a snow lover’s paradise. More than 40% of the terrain at Big Sky is classified as beginner or intermediate, making the mountain ideal for families.
Big Sky Mountain Village is the resort's hub of activity. You'll find casual bars, upscale restaurants, ski shops, souvenirs, and more. For more dining options, head to Big Sky Town Center, about a 15-minute drive away.
Well-maintained and dotted with rest spots, this 1.7-mile trail is perfect for hikers of all ages. Winding its way through a picturesque canyon, the route leads visitors to the stunning Ousel Falls.
Big Sky enjoys an average of around 400 inches of snow each year and January tends to be the snowiest month. Springtime sees snowstorms and thunderstorms mixed in with warm, sunny days and many local businesses close temporarily at this time. The resort thrives again in the summer, when temperatures regularly reach the 60s and 70s. Big Sky is rarely crowded by standard ski-resort definitions, but you can expect peak crowds from Thanksgiving through April (the general ski season) and again from June through September.