you can camp for a night or two. Gallatin National Forest is home to nearly as many hiking trails. You can go deep into the woods without seeing a single person. Lewis and Clark Caverns State Park offers loads of caves and cave systems that you can wander through on your trip. Other places where you can enjoy and explore nature include Gallatin River Canyon and Lone Peak.
Museums and More
After you buy a Big Sky timeshare, you can visit museums and other attractions such as the Museum of the Rockies, which offers a look at the history of the Rocky Mountains. The Historic Karst Camp is a ghost town that has cabins dating back to the turn of the 20th century and is open to the public. You might also catch a movie at the IMAX Theater and then hit some of the trails on the more than 1,900 acres at Moonlight Basin.
Weather in Big Sky
The weather in Big Sky can range from cold and windy on a winter day to hot and humid on a summer day. More than 30 inches of snow falls in both December and January, but many visitors like skiing and grabbing their boards to hit some of the trails in the winter. Snow can even keep falling into June. High temperatures in Big Sky can range from 31 degrees Fahrenheit in December and January to 78 degrees Fahrenheit in August and September.
For the ultimate vacation in Montana, you'll want to buy a Big Sky timeshare.