Montana at its best

It’s part five-star resort. A few million parts pure, unfiltered wilderness. And quite possibly one of the best family vacation spots ever. Where uncompromising meets uncompromised. Here, your mountain home gives you access to the best of everything: warm western hospitality, outdoor adventure, and views you can only get in a place called Big Sky, Montana.

Blue Ribbon Trout Fishing

Big Sky is surrounded by world-class trout fishing – along rivers, alpine lakes and mountain streams. The legendary Gallatin River, where scenes from “A River Runs Through It” were filmed, flows right through Big Sky’s Gallatin Canyon. And let’s not forget the Madison, Yellowstone and mighty Missouri. Whether you’re a novice or an expert, you’ll find a guide and gear ready to take you and your family on a summer vacation you won’t forget.

Yellowstone in your backyard

America’s first national park is truly one of the great natural wonders of the world, and it’s just 15 miles away. Just another great reason to visit Big Sky. Then again, Big Sky is surrounded by so much natural beauty it feels like you have your own private national park right outside your door.

Small town charm

Seven miles from the base of Lone Mountain is town. The site of summer festivals and events, like the Professional Bull Riders Tour, Big Sky Farmers Market, Brewfest, live music, yoga in the park, and productions at the Warren Miller Performing Arts Center. Take in a movie at Lone Peak Cinema, restock your fridge at Roxy’s Market or grab a casual bite to eat. There are so many things to do in Big Sky. And the Town Center is growing with the opening of the state-of-the-art Big Sky Medical Center and lots more businesses and services are on the way. Seems like the perfect place to plan your summer vacation.

Living in Balance

Lone Mountain Land Company owns over 17,130 acres of pure, mind-blowing Montana. New mountain homes in and are being seamlessly woven into forests, meadows, trails, creeks and ski runs. A significant amount of the land will be dedicated to recreation or preserved for wildlife habitat, migration corridors and unimpeded views. As vast as Big Sky is, it is a mere speck compared to the adjacent 259,000-acre Lee Metcalf Wilderness, more than 3 million acres of surrounding national forest, and the 20-million-acre Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem. A lifetime of adventure in your backyard.