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Amazing Places to Explore in Big Sky, Montana

Yogeshwari Bhor Sep 6, 2019
A census-designated place in Montana, Big Sky is the heaven of adventures. Popular for ski and various other sports, it has a spectacular natural landscape with a wide variety of wildlife.

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Big Sky Resort

A popular ski resort to fulfil your adventure goals. Try skiing, snowboarding, zip-lining and snowshoeing that are available here.

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Summer Attractions

In summer, sports like mountain biking, zip-lines, archery, tennis are available here. You can do the horseback riding & golfing just near the Meadow village.

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Medicine Rocks State Park

Watch the spectacular sandstone formation of nature which is located nearly 25 miles west-southwest of Baker, Montana.

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Glacier National Park

Get mesmerized by watching the charming ice-capped mountains of Lewis range and set your foot for some adventure in Siyeh Pass.

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Yellowstone National Park

Located in Wyoming, Montana, and Idaho, it is the world's first national park. You can explore a lot of activities, like trekking, camping, rafting, etc. in various parts of this park.

Ousel Falls

Get close to nature by hiking here and watch the refreshing waterfalls. It is advised to carry bear spray as you might spot a bear while discovering the trails.

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Whitefish

This was recognized as one of the top Ski Towns in the world by National Geographic. You will love travelling in ski lifts, sleigh rides, snowmobiling & dog sledding.

Lone Peak

Explore the bucket of fun which has many things to feed your soul. The various activities here like skiing, hiking, tram rides and chair lifts will give you an exceptional experience.

Butte

You must visit the “Richest Hill on Earth”. Butte features a rich history, culture and art. It offers trolley tours of its historic sites and has many museums to explore.

The Grizzly & Wolf Discovery Center

You will be amazed to spot the bears and wolves doing their daily chores. This non-profit wild life park was set up to preserve the animals here.

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Lewis and Clark Caverns State Park

Watch this eye-popping beauty, which has elongated limestone caverns & stalactites in its caves.

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West Yellowstone

This great destination provides endless activities from fly fishing, rafting, horseback riding to snowmobiling and cross-country skiing in the winter. It has variety of wildlife species from bears to pelicans.