15 Things You Need To Do In Big Sky This Winter


Time Flies When You’re Having Fun In Big Sky

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Go Snowshoeing | Photo: Moonlight Basin

Have you ever heard the old saying: Time flies when you’re having fun. These words of wisdom seem to always ring true here in Big Sky Country. Whether it’s summer or winter, the seasons always fly by. There are just so many amazing things to do in this mountain town. Before you know it winter will be over and you’ll have forgotten to do half the things on your winter bucket list.

This winter, make it point to tick off the things you need to do in Big Sky this winter. As Warren Miller says, “If you don’t do it this year, you’ll be one year older when you do.” One of the great things about Big Sky, Montana is that there is a lifetime of things to do during the winter season. Whether you’re here for a week, a season, or a lifetime, you’ll have to prioritize what you want to accomplish this winter.

The list of things you need to do in Big Sky this winter is probably a mile long. If you’re not sure where to start, here are few things that just about everyone can do in Big Sky:

  1. Enjoy A Yeti Dog
  2. Ride The Lone Peak Tram And/Or Ski Off The Peak
  3. Try Cross Country Skiing

    Sleigh Ride | Photo: Lone Mountain Ranch
    Sleigh Ride | Photo: Lone Mountain Ranch
  4. Visit Yellowstone National Park In Winter
  5. Take A Ski Lesson
  6. Go To Pond Skim
  7. Watch Ski Joring At 320 Ranch
  8. Go On A Sleigh Ride At Lone Mountain Ranch
  9. Get Some Culture At WMPAC
  10. Visit Beehive Brewery And/Or Lone Peak Brewery
  11. Snowshoe To Ousel Fall
  12. Dine At Lotus Pad
  13. Try Winter Fly Fishing
  14. Snowmobile On Buck Ridge

    Big Sky Resort Tram
    The Lone Peak Tram
  15. Take An Avalanche Course
  16. Go Dog Sledding

Can you do all of these things this winter? That’s up to you. Do your best to get out and explore all of the things that Big Sky has to offer. Have fun and make the most of all of the cool things to do in Big Sky this winter.

Be sure to share any and all of your Big Sky experiences on social media with #visitbigsky! We look forward to seeing your adventures.

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