Grand Prismatic Spring


The Marvels of Montana

Just an hour’s drive from the majestic geysers, wildlife and waterfalls of Yellowstone National Park, Montage Big Sky provides a gateway to exploring one of the world’s most treasured regions.

Take a guided tour in Yellowstone National Park and marvel at natural beauty and famous geysers

Yellowstone National Park Guided Tours

While Yellowstone National Park’s 2.2 million acres are impossible to explore in one trip (and perhaps even one lifetime), there’s no better way to scratch its spectacular surface than with a guided private safari. Departing directly from Montage Big Sky, the Yellowstone experience begins at the park’s west entrance, which offers the closest access to geyser country. Guests will marvel at the famed Old Faithful geyser, the Norris Geyser Basin, the Artist Point overlook, the mesmerizing Mud Volcano and the colorful kaleidoscope of the Grand Prismatic Spring. Along the way, you may also spot bison, bighorn sheep, elk and moose.

Yellowstone National Park Safari Tours

Yellowstone National Park

Natural Wonders Safari

April – October | Full-Day Tour

You’ll be captivated by the most iconic natural wonders of the Park, including Old Faithful, Grand Prismatic Spring and the Grand Canyon of the Yellowstone.

Yellowstone National Park

Southern Wildlife Safari

April – October | Full-Day Tour

Delight in the Southern region of the Park, where the rugged landscape is teeming with wildlife moving against the scenic backdrop of Hayden Valley.

Bison bison, Plains bison in snow

Northern Wildlife Safari

November – April | Full-Day Tour

Experience why we call this region the Serengeti of North America with a vast range of wildlife concentrated in a single, stunning valley.

Family riding the chairlift at Big Sky resort in the summer

Summer at Big Sky Resort

Neighboring Montage Big Sky and nestled at the base of Lone Mountain is the world-class Big Sky Resort. Summer activities at Big Sky Resort offer centralized adventures the whole family can enjoy.

Activities include: scenic chairlift rides, mountain biking, zipline, disc golf and Adventure Mountain for kids


A parked bike on the street with the Big Sky Farmers Market in the background

Big Sky Town Center

Enjoy Big Sky Town Center’s charming local businesses, ranging from cozy mountain-inspired apparel boutiques to chic gift shops featuring upscale selections of Big Sky mementos.

June 1 – September 28 | Wednesdays | 5:00pm-8:00pm June 1 – September 28 | Thursdays | 6:00pm
June 1 – September 28 | Wednesdays | 5:00pm-8:00pm
Closeup of flowers from the Big Sky Farmers Market

Big Sky Farmer’s Market

Visit the Big Sky Farmer’s Market in Town Center every Wednesday and experience the best of Montana summer with fresh produce from local farmers, food trucks, local artisans, live music, shopping at local boutiques and art galleries, as well as dining at the many restaurants in Big Sky.

June 1 – September 28 | Thursdays | 6:00pm
Friends hanging out at big music festival

Music in the Mountains

Every Thursday, enjoy live music at Music in the Mountains in Big Sky Town Center. This outdoor concert series brings in local and national artists and is free to the public.

Buffaloes grazing lush green fields near Montage Big Sky.


Experience the magic of spotting wild bears, wolves, elk, bison, bighorn sheep, moose and more year-round in Yellowstone National Park. Expert Yellowstone guides offer both a keen eye and insight on the animals that call this breathtaking national park home. Back on property, guests can enjoy the world-class birding of Big Sky — hundreds of species pass through our region during the spring and fall, while others call this place their home year-round.

Hiking alongside wildflowers with iconic Lone Peak in the background


Wander alongside processions of colorful wildflowers, up lushly shaded hills and through blue-skied clearings on a summer hike in Big Sky. Encompassing nearly 30 trails, there’s one for every experience level, whether you’re seeking a brief, heart-pumping trek or a leisurely, drawn-out morning spent entirely in nature. The area’s top five hikes include:

  • Ousel Falls | Meadow | 1.5 Miles Round-Trip | Elevation Gain: 500 feet
  • Beehive Basin | Mountain | 6.6 Miles Round-Trip | Elevation Gain: 1,625 feet
  • Lava Lake | Gallatin Canyon | 6 Miles Round-Trip | Elevation Gain: 1,600 feet
  • Storm Castle Peak | Gallatin Canyon | 4.7 Miles Round-Trip | Elevation Gain: 1,850 feet
  • Porcupine Creek | Gallatin Canyon | 2.3-Mile Loop | Elevation Gain: 442 feet


There’s no place that offers more breathtaking vistas than Big Sky, Montana. With the area’s conservation-focused approach to preserving the native habitat and mission to keep a significant percentage of land undeveloped, uninterrupted mountain views are a hallmark of this special destination. From the striking facade of Lone Peak to the rugged outline of the Spanish Peaks and the surrounding 3 million acres of national forest, everywhere you look offers something spectacular to see.