Big Sky, Montana
Big Sky is blessed with amazing beauty and more activities than a mere mortal could ever dream of doing. In summer, for example, you can fly fish, hike, bike, raft, horseback ride, golf, camp, watch wildlife, or simply relax and enjoy the scenery while trying to figure out how to do it all. Winter allows for some of the best downhill skiing in America, offering a combined 5500+ acres of pure adventure. Cross-country skiing, dog-sledding, trips to Yellowstone, and moonlit sleigh-ride dinners complete the winter experience.
Yellowstone National Park
Yellowstone National Park is the flagship of the National Park Service. From the very first discovery the park has remained the same; preserved and protected. Yellowstone is the largest national park in the lower 48 states encompassing 2.2 million acres. The park houses an abundance of wildlife ranging from birds to bison. The park has multiple family friendly activities to enjoy such as:
IMAX Theatre – West Yellowstone IMAX’s six-story screen with 12,000 watts of digital surround sound brings the wonders of Yellowstone up close and personal. Pairing this incredible technology with one of the true wonders of the world leaves visitors breathless.
Grizzly and Wolf Discovery Center – West Yellowstone You won’t be able to take your eyes away… watch close-up while bears move boulders, climb trees and actively search for hidden food! The Center is a notfor- profit rescue facility for both grizzlies and wolves. Films, presentations, and an interpretive museum make this a great experience for the whole family! The center is open year round from 8 a.m. to dusk.
Please contact Mountain Concierge at (406) 995-7716 to receive more information on including Yellowstone National Park with your vacation plans.
The City of Bozeman is a laid-back college mountain town of only 30,000+, situated at the base of the Bridger Mountains in southwest Montana – and just 40 miles down the road from Big Sky. The college is Montana State University, with some 12,000 students, and the elevation is just under 5,000 feet. Bozeman is one of the top get-away-from-it-all destinations in the U.S., attracting transplants from the East and West Coasts and retirees from all over. The town’s popularity is most often ascribed to the way it seems to retain a small-town feel with big-city amenities. You’ll love it for its shopping, spectacular new library, MSU’s world-class Museum of the Rockies, a modern but uncrowded airport, and a charming historic Main Street that’s home to some of the best restaurants & shops in Montana.
Official City of Bozeman Website
Bozeman Chamber of Commerce
Streamline Bus Service
Convention and Visitors’ Bureau
Bozeman Public Library
Museum of the Rockies
Pioneer Museum of Bozeman