Big Sky Timeshare
The allure of virtually unending ski slopes, fly fishing and sprawling meadows filled with blooming wildflowers is irresistible in Big Sky Montana. With a Big Sky timeshare, you can enjoy this outdoor lover's paradise any time of year. People love visiting this unique area for its variety of interesting sites and the enticement of returning home totally refreshed.
Everyone will love the outdoor activities from a Big Sky timeshare. In spring, enjoy horseback riding, fly fishing, visits to ghost towns like historic Karst Camp, trips to Virginia City to pan for gold, and a memorable day spent at the Grizzly and Wolf Discovery Center. In summer, visit gorgeous Quake Lake or Hebgen Lake for shimmering waters, fishing, boating, and kayaking. Enjoy paintball, zipline tours and a high ropes course at scenic Big Sky Resort. Visit Alpacas of Montana to see these beautiful animals and to shop for items made from warm, durable Alpaca fleece.
In winter, Big Sky turns into a magical frozen wonderland. You’ll love activities like skiing, cross-county skiing, snowmobiling, ice skating, snowshoeing, dog sledding, sleigh rides and snowboarding. Mush across the frozen vista guiding your own pack of Huskies as you revel in the beauty of this incredible winter landscape.
A Wealth of National Park Fun
This is the gateway to Yellowstone National Park and your timeshare is close to places like Gallatin National Forest, Bridger Mountains, Madison Martins and Lewis and Clark Caverns State Park. Thrill to sights like a family of Bighorn sheep, elk and majestic eagles as they forage for food and care for their young. See fascinating geological phenomena like Old Faithful Geyser, other natural geysers, colorful hot pots, waterfalls and shimmering fishing spots that are perfect for fly fishing.
A day spent at refreshing Bozeman Hot Springs rejuvenates your senses and lets you experience total relaxation. When you have a Big Sky timeshare, all these incredible experiences are yours to enjoy at your own pace. The steaming hot springs in the scenic Gallatin Valley have attracted visitors for over 100 years. You'll find your warm shangri-la whether you like the water at a cool 54 degrees or a steamy 104 degrees. This is the best way to relax after long days of skiing and other outdoor adventures.
Exceptional Times to Visit
Shoulder seasons in Big Sky happen in late spring and early fall, when temps are moderate and crowds are fewer. Summer time is crowded with everyone hoping to get a vacation in over the school holidays. Winter time is busy due to the incredible variety of outdoor snow activities. The best time to visit Big Sky is based on the activities you hope to enjoy and the experiences you want to have.
Activities for Fun and Romance
Adults love the variety of activities like brewery tours at places like Dry Hills Distillery, Bridger Brewing, Bunkhouse Brewery and Bozeman Spirits Distillery. Antiquing at antique barns and markets is always enjoyable, and browsing unique shopping boutiques for western wear, ranch wear, artisan jewelry and gifts leads you to one-of-a-kind souvenir finds.
Take a thrilling sleigh ride and spend time in a soothing, steaming hot spring for the ultimate romantic experience. You'll appreciate every moment of unique adventure with a Big Sky timeshare letting you have your favorite adventures at your convenience.