skiing is the focus in the winter season (Thanksgiving to early April),
there are a number of other tremendous opportunities to consider
in between ski runs.
First of all, the world famous Yellowstone
National Park is about 45 minutes away. The wonders
of Yellowstone park are really beyond words. Yellowstone Park has
over 2.2 million acres of the most varied and fascinating terrain
that only our creator could fashion. The park includes thousands
of geothermal wonders, abundant Western wildlife, the gorgeous
Yellowstone blue ribbon trout river and the 20 plus mile Yellowstone
lake just to name a few highlights.
Snowmobiling in Big Sky and Yellowstone Park offers
an unparalleled opportunity to experience Montana's backcountry.
You may choose to visit Yellowstone by either snowmobile or snow
coach, available through many rental companies and guides in West
Yellowstone, only 48 miles away. Locally, there are miles and miles
of snowmobile trails into the Gallatin National Forest. Snowshoeing,
dog sledding and snow-cat skiing are also popular activities in the
area, as are horseback riding and horse-drawn sleigh rides. Local
companies offer a wide variety of ways to experience Montana's great
outdoors in the winter.
After a long day of Big Sky winter adventure, you can relax at many
spas located in three convenient locations in the Mountain Village.
Big Sky is home to many restaurants, offering everything from homemade
pizza, burgers and ribs to wild game and thick juicy steaks.
Reserve your ski week at Sioux