Big Sky Cabins & Vacation Rentals

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Big Sky Travel Guide

Looking for a skiing vacation? Consider visiting Big Sky. This exciting place in southwest Montana is home to skiers from across the globe, with thousands of acres to explore during the winter. Even if you're not a big skiier, Big Sky has tons of activities during the summer months too. Enjoy views of the spectacular Montana scenery by hiking, biking, white water rafting and ziplining, as well as only being one hour away from Yellowstone National Park. After a day in the mountains, Big Sky boasts some tasty craft beers to quench your thirst. When it comes to shopping, wander around the quaint art galleries, browse the handcrafted jewelry and other Montana-made items for a truly local souvenir.

Things to Do in Big Sky

Top things to do include going up Lone Peak. This famous Big Sky spot has unforgettable views where visitors can admire the Spanish Peaks and Madison Range, as well as see over three states. And don’t worry -- there is a tram that carries people to the top of the 11,166 ft summit. If you fancy something more active, go hiking and off the beaten path in Gallatin National Forest. Big Sky is also home to the longest zipline in the region of Yellowstone where you can go whizzing above nature. In the winter, pick up your poles and head to the skiing resort with friends and family.

Best Time to Visit Big Sky

For outdoor adventure, the best time to visit Big Sky is during the summer months. Big Sky also hosts a Professional Bull Riders (PBR) event in July. If you're all about skiing and fun in the snow, head to Big Sky in the winter.

A Local's Guide to Big Sky Vacation Rentals

Head to Big Sky, southern Montana, for the skiing and downhill mountain-biking that makes this area popular. The incredible, world-class Big Sky resort is home to the biggest skiing in America and the best skiing in the Rockies. Perfect for a family and friends getaway, lovers of powdery snow and active vacations can enjoy the stunning scenery while shooting down slopes.

Big Sky Montana offers skiing between four mountains, 36 lifts and more than 300 runs.

This resort is also one of the snowiest which gives great ski access. The total difference in snowfall is the lowest in the Northern Rockies and the resort sees around 400 inches of snow every year. Book ahead in confidence as the snow is as close to guaranteed as it can be!

For skiiers snowboarders and even toboggan fans, Big Sky is a great place to whizz down some peaks with stunning views. The resort also has the longest zipline in the Yellowstone region which takes adventurous vacationers flying over the treeline and skiiers below.

Traveling southeast of the Big Sky resort, visitors can explore Yellowstone National Park with wildlife, hot springs and geysers. The park is just 15 miles from Big Sky. For a great way to explore every inch of this area, take a horseback riding trip with a guide for one or two hours. Head to the Lone Mountain Ranch located between Big Sky Resort and Yellowstone Park to book a tour.

To the northeast of Big Sky, Mt, is the Gallatin River which cuts through the Gallatin Canyon. On a tributary, Ousel Falls Park has a waterfall, picnic areas and viewpoints.

A trip on the Lone Peak Tram to 11,166 feet for 300 degrees of skiing, views of three states, and 2 National Parks, cannot be missed.

If travelers want to take a day off from skiing, the Big Sky golf course is available for a few rounds.

There are lots of vacation rentals to choose from in Big Sky which ranges from $29 per night right up to luxury accommodation at around $342 per night. The vast majority of places to stay, 2360, offer wifi access and for skiiers wanting to get out and head the trails quicker, choose from one of the 54 places that include breakfast.

There are 202 places that have a pool or hot tub and locations close to the town center.

Cabins are available in Powder Ridge and Moonlight Basin that suit couples, small families and large friends or family get togethers.

Prices for accommodation in Big Sky changes throughout the year depending on snowfall and the peak skiing or snowboarding season. The cheapest time to go to Big Sky Montana is in September or when it is low season in November.

High season for Big Sky is March but October is also an expensive time to stay. Arrive on a Friday for the best deals and the start of the week, Mondays or Tuesdays, are the quietest times on the slopes. Alternatively, once a year, in mid-summer, Big Sky hosts the Big Sky Professional Bull Riders event which is a popular event for locals and tourists.

Cabins in Big Sky

Head to Big Sky Montana for the ultimate adventure-packed vacation with family and friends. The town is a skiing hotspot, for both slope and cross country.

Big Sky Resort is a popular place to ski, and is filled with Big Sky vacation rentals, making skiing accessible to all. Not only is Big Sky home to some of the best skiing in America, it's also just a short distance away from the impressive Yellowstone National Park and the beautiful Ousel Falls. Other activities available nearby include horseback riding and the Big Sky golf course.

There are many Big Sky cabin rentals to choose from, whether you want to be at the base of Big Sky Mt, or in the resort where all the action is, there is something for all traveler types. Lone Mountain ranch has rustic cabins offering farm to table dining; alternatively, check out the more luxurious villas in Moonlight Basin that come with hot tubs. Peder Ridge cabins are another great option.

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The cheapest day to stay at a vacation rental in Big Sky tends to be Friday, while the most expensive day tends to be Monday. Vacation homes in Big Sky tend to be busiest on Fridays, while it tends to be much quieter on Tuesdays.
The most expensive month to stay in a vacation rental in Big Sky is in March, while the cheapest month is in November. The most popular time to book a vacation rental in Big Sky is in the high season in February. Big Sky has its low season in November, when less people are visiting and the vacation home occupancy rate drops.

The Weather in Big Sky

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This climate histogram shows you the weather patterns in Big Sky. The hottest month in Big Sky is April, when temperatures peak at 84 ˚F. The coolest month is January, when temperatures drop to -30 ˚F. The wettest month in Big Sky is August with 2.75 inches of rain, while the driest month is March with 0.01 inches of rain.

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Vacation Rentals in Big Sky

Browse rentals from all the best providers including Airbnb, Priceline, Agoda and others at We have 2,820 vacation rentals, hotels and other places to stay in Big Sky ranging from cheap options to extravagant places to stay. When traveling on a budget, the cheapest place to stay in Big Sky is available at $10 per night. The average price of a rental is $348 per night.

If you need an internet connection during your time in Big Sky, then you can choose from over 866 places to stay that have WiFi internet. We have 45 accommodations that include a breakfast included. Fitness fanatics can get a workout in during their stay by choosing from 88 accommodations that have gym facilities. Driving to Big Sky? Then choose one of the 846 places to stay that comes with a parking spot included. 194 accommodations have a a pool or jacuzzi

AllTheRooms has 57 pet-friendly places to stay in Big Sky, so if you're traveling with your cat or dog you won't have any problems.

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