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Top 3 Hikes for Fall in Big Sky

Fall is an amazing time to hike in Big Sky. The weather is cool, the leaves are changing, and the trails are nearly deserted, allowing for a calm, relaxed exploration of nature. There are countless trails throughout Big Sky, enough to keep an avid hiker busy for weeks. While sometimes the number of trails can be overwhelming, there a few hikes in Big Sky that shouldn’t be missed: 1. Ousel Falls: Ousel Falls Trail is perhaps the most popular trail in Big Sky because of its beautiful waterfalls and easy accessibility. Ousel Falls trailhead is just two miles down from… READ MORE

A Winter Weekend in Big Sky

In an ideal world, every vacation would be long and lavish, but we all know that life doesn’t always work out that way.  Sometimes, a weekend is the longest we can break away.  If Big Sky is your winter weekend destination, here are a few “don’t miss” attractions that are sure to make, even the shortest stay, feel like a winter wonderland escape. Big Sky offers three main options for downhill skiing or snowboarding.  The Biggest Skiing in America lift ticket provides access to both Big Sky Resort and Moonlight Basin.  Together, the two adjacent ski resorts boast more than… READ MORE

Big Sky Summer Weekly Programs

  The Big Sky Community Corporation has a lot of activities going on this summer.  Their organization manages 16 miles of trails and 3 large parks – with more to come! We are also home to Camp Big Sky, Crail Ranch Conservators, Tennis Association, Softball, Disc Golf, Parks, and Trails Committees.  Here is a list of activities happening at the Community Park this summer. For more information visit Softball: Watch the locals play co-ed softball on Mondays, Tuesdays, and Wednesdays at 5:45pm and 7:00pm. Disc Golf League: Open league game night on Tuesdays at 6pm.  18-hole course open to the public the rest of the week. Rugby: Rugby… READ MORE