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Visit Big Sky brings together local businesses

Twin zip lining.
Twin zip lining.
Visit Big Sky

There is no shortage of things in to do in Big Sky, Montana. Located in the Southwest corner of the state and just a short drive from the Bozeman International Airport, a summer in Big Sky is magical. Visitors can enjoy a family vacation and adventure filled weekend, or even a romantic getaway.

Visit Big Sky brings together local businesses
Visit Big Sky brings together local businesses
Visit Big Sky

For the first time with the help of Visit Big Sky, a nonprofit corporation responsible for marketing Big Sky, 10 local businesses including restaurants, guest ranches, hotels, fly fishing outfitters and more, have partnered together to promote summer vacation and activities. The partnership will strengthen the local Big Sky business economy and will offer endless summer fun to those who visit.

“The stories that are generated by this partnership effort will provide a lasting benefit to the whole community through a long digital life that will feed travelers researching our destination for years to come. These stories have the added effect of painting a picture in the minds of readers, and gives them a taste of what it means to come to Big Sky and enjoy all that our long summer days hold. And as anyone who's experienced summer in Big Sky knows, once you've gotten a taste for it, it's pretty hard to resist,” says Catherine Gilb, President of the Visit Big Sky organization.

Known for the Biggest Skiing in America during the winter months, Big Sky is also the Best Summer in America. From Blue Ribbon trout streams, hiking trails for all abilities, adventure zip lines, world class white water rafting and backcountry mountain bike trails, it can all be found in Big Sky. Summer visitors can experience free live music in the Town Center, shop for local produce at the weekly farmer’s market and dine at restaurants that offer classic Montana fare and modern cuisine. Big Sky offers a variety of lodging options whether you’re looking for a creek side cabin, an amenity rich resort or a private luxury home rental. It’s also the gateway to Yellowstone National Park, which offers breathtaking sights of mountains, geothermal water features, and unparalleled wildlife viewing. All of these adventures and activities can be booked through the various summer vendor partners.

To find out more about summer in Big Sky and the Visit Big Sky marketing group, please contact the Big Sky Chamber of Commerce at 406-995-3000.

About Visit Big Sky
Visit Big Sky is a private, nonprofit corporation responsible for marketing and promoting the town of Big Sky, Montana as a leisure, adventure, family friendly, year round destination. It offers skiing, mountain biking, fly fishing, horseback riding, fine dining and much more. Visit Big Sky is funded from the Big Sky Resort Tax District, administers Montana Office of Tourism lodging tax funds and collects private industry investments for advertising programs. For more information please visit http://www.visitbigskymt.com