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SEDONA, AZ

Offering ample opportunities for recreation in some of America's biggest landscapes, Big Sky is perfectly nestled in an Alpine Valley on the doorstep of Yellowstone National Park. 

Big Sky isn’t just Montana’s most popular nickname; it’s also the name of the burgeoning ski-town located between Bozeman and Yellowstone National Park’s west entrance. People throng here in winter to tackle the ski slopes at Big Sky Resort, but you’ll never be wanting for something to do in summer. Whitewater rafting, fly fishing and rugged mountain hikes are just a few of the activities that draw visitors to this lofty mountain resort, not to mention easy day trips to Yellowstone.

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Big Sky Resort

Big Sky Resort is a world-class mountain where the skiing, just like the snow, is big. On average, 400 inches of powder fall on 5,850 skiable acres. Offering more than an acre per skier on average, Big Sky provides serious elbow room.

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Downtown Big Sky

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Yellowstone National Park

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