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Summer 2024 Press Kit

Big Sky Resort is the quintessential summer basecamp to the wonders of Yellowstone National Park and beyond. Home to wide-open spaces, blue-ribbon trout rivers, endless miles of trails, and fascinating mountain vistas, a retreat to natural spaces and mountain adventures await in Big Sky. With Lone Peak as the backdrop, Big Sky Resort is a summer adventure hub with lift-serviced mountain biking trails, meandering and scenic hiking, world-class golf, and so much more. When the sun sets late in the evening, explore the heart of it all in Big Sky's Mountain Village, with shopping, dining, and spa treatments.

Savor Big Sky

Savor Big Sky: The food + wine event of the summer

The second annual food, wine, and spirits festival in the stunning alpine backdrop of Big Sky, Montana. Taking place from June 27 – 30, 2024, Savor Big Sky is a weekend-long celebration of the finest food and drinks from around the world. With events that combine fine food and beverage with Montana’s great outdoors, attendees will have the opportunity to sample from top wineries, distilleries, and breweries coupled with hiking excursions, scenic chairlift rides, and sweeping mountain vistas.

Events in Big Sky

Elevated events at Big Sky Resort

Whether it's a hallmark concert, weekly wine night, holiday tradition, or performance sports competition, Big Sky always has something going on. Enjoy Peakside Pours, a complimentary sampling of wines or spirits accompanied by live music. Elevated Wellness also returns with cycling and yoga on the deck of Everett’s 8800, complete with epic views of Lone Peak.

Lone Peak Tram

Inaugural summer for the Lone Peak Tram

A completely reimagined scenic experience on the summit of Lone Peak offers guests a must-do activity during the summer season. Embark on the Lone Peak Expedition to summit the 11,166-foot Lone Mountain, the highest scenic overlook in Montana, with views of Montana, Idaho, Wyoming, and Yellowstone and Grand Teton National Parks. From the Mountain Village base area, guests will ride up the Swift Current chairlift and embark on the resort’s custom Lone Peak Expedition vehicle to the Lone Peak Tram. Lone Peak Expeditions are available starting July 4, and weekly from Friday – Sunday through September 8.

Mountain Biking in Big Sky

50+ miles of flowy forests + awe-insipiring vistas

Big Sky Resort offers 50+ miles of hiking and biking trails right out of Mountain Village, with connections into the backcountry and beyond. Big Sky’s lift-serviced downhill mountain biking has trails for all levels and abilities - from gutsy tech trails to flowy, mellow cruisers. Experience Swift Current terrain better than ever with all-new bike carriers on America's fastest 6-person chairlift. This summer, Swift Current 6, Ramcharger 8, and the Explorer lift operate for biking and scenic rides daily 10 am - 5 pm, from June 8 through September 15.

Golf in Big Sky

Tee off on Mountain Time

The Big Sky Resort Golf Course is an 18-hole, par 72 course at 6,300 feet above sea level, offering spectacular views of Lone Peak. Big Sky’s only public golf course, which winds along the wildlife-rich banks of the West Fork of the Gallatin River, was designed by the late great Arnold Palmer. Don’t miss an al fresco meal at the Bunker Deck & Grill before or after heading out on the course. The Big Sky Golf Course is open daily from May 17 through September 29.

Yellowstone National Park

Big Sky is the Basecamp to Yellowstone

America’s First National Park, Yellowstone, serves as the core of the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem, one of the last and largest nearly intact natural ecosystems on the planet. Big Sky Resort is located just one hour from the west entrance to Yellowstone National Park, where visitors can view wildlife and over 10,000 hydrothermal sites, half the world's active geysers. If roughing it isn’t exactly your thing - enjoy the creature comforts of a stay at Big Sky. Luxe accommodations, a spa, pool, and dining are the perfect complement to your trip to Yellowstone National Park.


From 11,166 feet in southwest Montana, it’s clear that what we do matters

And not only for Big Sky, but also for our neighbors in the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem and so much of the nation downstream. Big Sky Resort is making bold moves to reduce our carbon emissions. The ForeverProject is Big Sky Resort's sustainability roadmap to reach net-zero carbon emissions by 2030.


Easy to get to, hard to leave

Located a scenic hour-long drive through the Gallatin National Forest south of Bozeman, Big Sky has never been easier to access. With over 30 nonstop flights, Big Sky is the best-served mountain destination in the country. Extend your trip and explore all that the area has to offer, including Yellowstone National Park.

Big Sky Resort is building North America's most technologically advanced chairlift network. Find information about our recent on-mountain upgrades in the fact sheets below.