Luxury and Adventure at Big Sky Resort
Along the Gallatin River Canyon, nestled about 50 miles south of Bozeman, is the town of Big Sky, Montana. This picturesque slice of the Rocky Mountains plays host to a variety of lodging and activity options for every taste. Ladies ready for a weekend away can choose from over a dozen lodging options ranging from hotel rooms to cabins to condos, based on the size of their group, price or location.
From this secluded, rural destination, you will uncover a hot spot of elegant luxury and awe-inspiring adventure. Visit the shops at Mountain Village, take a scenic tram ride on the Lone Peak Expedition, enjoy a delicious meal paired with a glass of wine and relax with a Swedish massage. As the base camp to Yellowstone National Park, Big Sky offers a full range of outdoor recreation activities: horseback riding, fishing, biking, zip lining and more.
Gather the girls and pack your bags for a weekend you will never forget.
50 Big Sky Resort Road, Big Sky, MT 59716 | BigSkyResort.com
Located in the heart of Big Sky’s Mountain Village, Huntley Lodge is close to shopping and dining. It features a concierge and the Solace Spa.
Andiamo Italian Grille
48 Big Sky Resort Road, Big Sky, MT 59716 (Mountain Village Plaza area) | 406.995.8041
Andiamo Italian Grille features fine Italian cuisine with a menu including a variety of Tuscan meals and pasta dishes, as well as a great selection of wines and custom cocktails to accompany your meal.
Solace Spa and Salon
50 Big Sky Resort Road, Big Sky, MT 59716 (Inside the Huntley Lodge) |406.995.5803
Located in the lobby of the Huntley Lodge, this 3,000-square-foot spa offers facials, massage therapy, manicures and pedicures, and more. With all treatments, spa guests can access the health club, pool, fitness center, hot tub and sauna.
Lone Peak Expedition
Reservations made by calling base camp, 406.995.5769
After riding to the 11,166-foot summit via chairlift, expedition vehicle and tram, guests are treated to a staggering vantage point, with a view of two National Parks and three states. It’s the ultimate 2.5-hour tour.