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Big Sky Chamber of Commerce PO Box 160100
Big Sky, MT 59716
Toll Free: 800-943-4111
Fax: 406-995-3054
Website: http://www.bigskychamber.com
Email: info@bigskychamber.com
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A QUICK TOUR OF THE AREA
One look at our majestic mountains, flowing rivers and aromatic forests and you'll understand why you can't help but mix business with pleasure in Big Sky. The rejuvenating effects of our natural surroundings combined with state-of-the-art amenities make Big Sky the ideal setting for conferences and meetings. We offer a variety of lodging and dining facilities ranging from the rustic charm of a western ranch to the modern conveniences of a full-service resort. A 45-minute scenic drive along the Gallatin River brings you from the Bozeman airport, transporting you into a place whose very nature inspires greatness.

PICK YOUR SEASON
WINTER: In addition to Big Sky Resort and Moonlight Basin's 5,600 combined acres of unparalleled skiing and snowboarding terrain, Big Sky's Lone Mountain Ranch also offers 70 kilometers of world-class cross-country trails. Sleigh ride dinners, dog sledding, snowshoeing,snowmobiling and snowcoach tours are among the many ways to spend beautiful winter days.

SPRING: Enjoy spring skiing through the month of of April while the meadow erupts later in spring with an abundant array of wildlflowers. Swelled rivers make this a great time for whitewater rafting and kayaking. Hiking and mountain biking are always popular, with hundreds of miles of trails available for exploration.

SUMMER: Golf tournaments, outdoor concerts, art festivals and rodeos provide entertainment throughout the summer. Days perfect for hiking horseback riding, fly fishing, mountain biking or rock climbing turn into evenings spent relaxing and enjoying a delicious meal at one of our local restaurants.

FALL: Enjoy Nature at its best. Listen to the elk bugling while aspens turn a brilliant gold. Lots of elbow room make fly fishing, golfing, hiking and mountain biking excellent activities--all of the adventure and none of the crowds.

ATTRACTIONS
Big Sky Resort offers skiers and snowboarders 4,350 vertical feet of adventure while golfers enjoy an 18-hole, 72 par Arnold Palmer-designed course. Scenic chair lift rides carry you close to the 11,166-foot peak of Lone Mountain, providing an impressive view of Big Sky and the surrounding area. A variety of science and natural history courses are offered by the Big Sky Institute, an extension program of the University of Montana. The Arts Council of Big Sky has a year-round calendar of cultural events from outdoor concerts to cowboy poetry, and there are a myriad of gift and clothing stores for the shopping enthusiast. With acres of national forest land in our backyard, outdoor activities are endless, and Yellowstone National Park is only 45 minutes away.

FACTS AND FIGURES
Population: 2,500
Number of hotel rooms: 1,500
Largest single meeting facility: 7,991
square feet

MILEAGE FROM
Glacier National Park: 350 miles
Yellowstone National Park: 45 miles

GETTING HERE
Interstate/Highway: US 191

Airlines:
Bozeman Airport: 45 miles
Alaska 800-252-7522
Delta 800-221-1212
Frontier 800-432-1359
Horizon 800-547-9308
Northwest 800-225-2525
United 800-241-6522

 


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