Five Reasons To Visit Big Sky Montana If You Don’t Ski
An hour's drive from Bozeman, Big Sky Ski Resort is one of the largest in North America, but there's plenty to do around here for non-skiers too and the majestic mountain scenery will take your breath away.
Check into one of 22 cabins at Lone Mountain Ranch, ranging from quaint log cabins from the 1920s to the much newer Ridgetop Lodge party house that can sleep 18 guests across six bedrooms. Until the Montage Big Sky designed by BraytonHughes opens in 2021, this is hands down the nicest place to stay around here, with excellent all-inclusive packages. Big renovations a few years ago brought this ranch to the next level, including new restaurant Horn & Cantle, where you'll find the best food in Big Sky, from elk meatballs and hearty bison sirloin to crispy skin local Montana trout washed down with flights of Montana whiskey.