Big Sky is a little town about 45 miles southwest of Bozeman, nestled high in the mountains, surrounded by timberland, the Spanish Peaks Primitive Area and the Gallatin National Forest. It may best be known for its outstanding, crowd-free skiing, with more than 5,800 acres of skiable terrain that’s spread across four mountains.
While Bozeman is mostly known as a popular base for enjoying outdoor activities like fly fishing, hiking and skiing, there are plenty of things to do right in town, as one of the more diverse, eclectic cities in Montana.
Tucked within the Rockies, surrounded by spectacular beauty, including seven wilderness areas and the confluence of three rivers, Missoula offers a wealth of outdoor adventure opportunities including hiking, biking, fishing, kayaking and boating in the summer; snowshoeing and skiing in the winter.
This vast natural wonderland in the northwestern region of Montana bordering Alberta and British Columbia, is considered to be the “Crown of the Continent Ecosystem,” with over 16,000 square miles of pristine wilderness.
A trip to Cape Flattery will see you reaching the north-western most point of the contiguous United States. To get to Cape Flattery you will need to take a short hike along a board walked path.