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Highlights Big Sky

  • Vacation rentals
  • Peaceful getaways
  • Large selection of outdoor activities
  • Natural landscape
  • Historical landmarks
  • Ski slopes

Best Vacation Rentals in Big Sky

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Big Sky Mountain Village, Big Sky
Vacation Rental • 2 Guests • 1 Bedroom
(33 reviews)
You will love this 1-bedroom/1-bathroom condo! It is decorated with a classic Western Montana mountain charm and is kept-up beautifully. This condo features panoramic windows for watching wildlife from the living room and has a patio that overlooks a large pond, which is the west fork of the Gallatin river and has an impressive view of Lone Peak Mountain and Mt. Wilson. It is a favorite view for all. You will often catch a glimpse of a resident moose family, elk, beavers, and geese while still in the warmth and comfort of the living room or from the porch. You can watch the sunset from the ...
from $193 / night
Big Sky Mountain Village, Big Sky
Vacation Rental • 1098 ft² • 2 Bedrooms
(66 reviews)
You will be in the center of nature's playground. Big Sky Ski area is 10 minutes away. Yellowstone Park is an hour drive to the south. The drive from Bozeman is less than an hour. Walk to the shuttle bus or take the short drive to Big Sky resort for the 'Biggest Skiing in America'. The pub brewery and groceries are in walking distance. Winter Cross Country skiing is out the back door and the indoor pool, hot tub and sauna are just steps away from your door. There is a fireplace with free wood available. In summer the Golf Course is out your back door. Hiking, Rafting, Kayaking, World Class ...
from $149 / night
Big Sky Mountain Village, Big Sky
Vacation Rental • 840 ft² • 2 Bedrooms
(10 reviews)
Don't miss the opportunity to stay On Top of the World in this Rare Cowboy Heaven Cabin that sits Directly ON the Powder River Ski Run with the BEST views and ski-in/ski-out in Big Sky and the Rocky Mountains. There is no better location for your stay in Big Sky, Moonlight Basin and Yellowstone Country than 'The Outlaw' Cowboy Heaven Cabin ON THE SLOPES. You can literally put your skis on at the door and ski directly to the Iron Horse or Pony Express lift at Big Sky Resort. Relax in your private outdoor hot tub with a glass of wine or beverage of your choice as you watch skiers ski past yo...
from $462 / night

Prices and availability

Current Vacation rental prices Big Sky

$700for 1 Apr - 8 Apr
$665 annual average
Average price per week

Current vacation rental availability Big Sky

28%for 1 Apr - 8 Apr
61% annual average
Percentage of available rentals

Vacation rentals in Big Sky

Vacation rentals locations

Are you looking for a vacation destination you can comfortably visit all year round without minding what to do during different seasons? Then, visit Big Sky, a four-season resort and enjoy soaking up all the wonders the place offers. Big Sky is located in southwestern Montana, between West Yellowstone and Bozeman. The area is best known for its top-notch skiing and is commonly called "the biggest skiing in America." If you're looking for a vacation rental in Big Sky, you can browse our list of rentals and choose one that suits your needs. In addition, you can find rental properties in Big Sky Mountain Village, near some world-class attractions.

Vacation rentals for everyone

Big Sky has a variety of rentals suitable for all visitors. If you'd prefer to stay in a luxury rental, several rentals come with a blend of rustic Old West and luxury touches. Visit Big Sky with your lover, family, or friends and stay in a rental property with everything needed to feel right at home. Many rentals have gourmet chef's kitchens, pools, balconies, multiple fireplaces, gardens, outdoor grills, TVs, internet, and air conditioning. If you want to come with your pets, browse our list of vacation rentals and choose a pet-friendly one.

Vacations in Big Sky

The area and getting around

A resort bustling with activities

Big Sky has over 5850 skiable acres and natural terrain with distinct communities and various attractions. You can explore Mountain, Meadow, Moonlight and Spanish Peaks communities for recreation. Here, you'll find museums, parks, ski slopes, natural forests, rivers and lakes for outdoor activities. With endless views and expansive open skies, you'll enjoy spending your summer or winter vacation in this natural resort. And the good thing is, Big Sky is a family-friendly vacation destination offering wilderness adventures, abundant wildlife and unique geological features.

A Town Center booming with excitements

Besides exploring the expansive natural landscape in Big Sky Resort, you can visit the Town Center, a small town bustling with activities. Visiting the town could also be a noble idea if you're on a budget and you'd like to spend an exciting weekend with family or friends. You can stroll the town and visit various restaurants and bars for delicious meals and creative cocktails. Visit antique shops and grocery stores to buy gifts and fresh produce from local farms. If you're lucky, you can join locals and other travelers in various events such as Music in the Mountains, Big Sky Biggie Bike Race, Big Sky Farmers' Market, or Haunted Peaks Halloween Festival.

Travelers and activities

Big Sky for culture and history enthusiasts

Would you like to explore this region's cultural and historical heritage to understand the natives' historical ways of life? Luckily, you can find various historical sites and landmarks near your vacation rental. For example, you can visit the Museum of the Rockies, a famous museum in this region best known for its historical exhibits and collections of dinosaur fossils. Here, you'll enjoy exploring exhibits that depict the regional's and native's history. In addition, you can visit the Gallatin History Museum that has a variety of collections such as Native American exhibits, a photo archive, and battlefield artifacts.

Big Sky for outdoor recreations

When you visit Big Sky during summer, you can enjoy exploring colorful hillside landscapes that offer a wide range of recreations. Enjoy hiking, horseback riding, cross-country running and picnicking in Yellowstone National Park. Here, you can visit Old Faithful, a geothermal wonder and enjoy sightseeing with family or friends. You'll also see wildlife like wolves, elk, bison and grizzly bears. On the other hand, a visit during winter to Big Sky has a lot in store for you. "The Biggest Skiing in America" has a lot of wiggle room to inspire any skiing enthusiast. You can try Nordic skiing in Lone Mountain Ranch or book lessons for you and your little ones to learn how to ski.

Lone Peak in Big Sky offers scenic views on clear days. On top of the mountain peak, you can see Montana, Wyoming and Idaho States and national parks like Yellowstone and Tetons.

Top 5 travel tips in Big Sky

1. Gallatin River

If you're looking for exciting water activities while in Blue Sky, Gallatin River offers the best water activities, depending on what time of the year you visit. The river is a suitable place to try white water rafting, kayaking, and fishing. In addition, the river is ideal for ice fishing and fly-fishing during winter and spring. You can also enjoy hiking along the river while taking pictures of the natural wonders around.

2. Ousel Falls

Big Sky has many iconic trails, but taking a hike to the Ousel Falls will leave you with clear memories. The short family-friendly trek from the town center to the falls offers visitors a chance to glimpse spectacular sceneries. Here, you can visit the Ousel Falls Park or Trailhead outside the town center where you can spend a day exploring with family or friends. Head south and west of Gallatin River, where you'll view three scenic bridges. You can also bring your dog and walk it throughout Ousel Falls Park.

3. Beehive Basin Trail

Go for an iconic 6.6-mile trail around Beehive Basin and enjoy exploring the natural landscape with its beautiful flora. You can take your family to the trail in Beehive Basin on the weekends that start from the Big Sky Mountain Village. The trail offers visitors a chance to view the mountain and stunning landscape for taking pictures. At the end of the trail, you can explore a beautiful glacier cirque that has crystal-clear water that melts from the mountain snow.

4. Big Sky Farmers Market

If you love preparing meals in your vacation rental for your family, Big Sky has ideal places you can buy fresh food. Visit Big Sky Farmers Market that opens every Wednesday in Town Center Plaza. Here, you'll find seasonal produce from local farms and various artisan crafts. You can also explore the market looking for unique gifts for you and your loved ones while enjoying the live music around.

5. Rut Mountain Runs

Would you like to run the Rut in Big Sky alongside professional athletes as you enjoy sightseeing in the mountain landscape? Then, join a spectacular trail race, the Rut Mountains Runs, a trail running in Big Sky conducted for three days. You can try the challenging 50-kilometer race on the weekend at the foot of Lone Peak. Here, you'll climb more than 10,000-feet elevation with steeps and ridgelines. After the race, you can join a party with family and friends in the Huntley Dining Room.

FAQs: Vacation Rentals in Big Sky

How much do the vacation rentals in Big Sky cost on average?

With an average cost of $625 per night, Big Sky lies at the upper end of the price range for vacation rentals in the USA.

During which months can you find the best price for vacation rentals in Big Sky?

]If you are looking to get the most out of your money, the most affordable months to visit Big Sky are October ($507 the average per night for accommodation), November ($518), and April ($527).

During which months are vacation rentals more expensive in Big Sky?

Last year, the month that had the highest annual average in Big Sky was February, with an average price of $871 per night. This was followed by January, with an average of $819, and then December, with $690.

Should I plan a trip to Big Sky well in advance?

When going on vacation to Big Sky, we recommend you to plan ahead as 78% of rentals are usually booked, according to last year's data.

What are the best months for a last-minute getaway?

The months that offer the most accommodation options are, on average, November (with an availability of 53%), October (51%), and September (41%), according to the trends observed in the prior year.

Are there many rentals in Big Sky?

In Big Sky we work with 2 different providers to give you a choice of 440 properties, so you will not be short of options!

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