Big Sky Travel Guide

There’s so much to do in Big Sky, new visitors might be overwhelmed by all there is to see and experience. From fine-dining in a mountainside chalet to horseback riding through deep stretches of wildflower-filled meadows—from window shopping past countless boutiques and galleries to taking romantic sleigh rides through freshly fallen snow, Big Sky is home to seemingly endless opportunities. Each option will be fun and exciting, but you want a tailor-made vacation to get the most enjoyment for your time and money.

Be sure to check our comprehensive Big Sky Travel Guide below for travel information and trip planning to make certain you’re getting the most out of your next visit to Montana:

11th Annual Big Sky Brewfest

July 16th, 2016

Come and take part in Big Sky’s 11th annual Brewfest which will feature breweries from Montana and beyond. Everyone in the family will be sure to enjoy live music, food from your favorite local restaurants, and activities for younger kids. You will not want to miss this event.

6th Annual Big Sky PBR

July 29th, 2016 - July 30th, 2016

Named “Event of the Year” by the world’s top bull riders the past three years, Big Sky’s Professional Bull Riders event is a fan favorite with Big Sky locals and visitors every year. Enjoy live music and authentic bull riding among 5,000 fans. The high-energy event is also incredibly philanthropic so if you would like to give back to Big Sky, this is the event for you.

Vine and Dine Festival

August 18th, 2016 - August 21st, 2016

If you love wine and fine cuisine then this annual event is for you. Come and learn more about the American wine industry with exciting activities, seminars, and dinners. Celebrate the end of summer by relaxing and unwinding with a glass of wine in the beautiful Rocky Mountains.

Big Sky Travel Guide:


3,600 acres of powdery terrain and as well as a host of summer and winter activities make Big Sky Resort a place not to miss.


Year-round events and activities make this bustling resort town the ideal destination for a recreational retreat.


From outfitters to boutiques, galleries to gift shops, Big Sky has everything you want during your next visit.


Fine dining and relaxed eateries, pubs, and sports bars are all on the menu when you visit Big Sky.