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Big Sky was a ranch in up until the early 1970's when Chet Huntley decided to turn it into a ski hill and resort area.  It has grown considerably in the last 10 years but still is relatively uncrowded as most of the lodging in the area is houses and condo's that are used infrequently
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'''Big Sky''' is in [[Montana]].
  
Getting there - You can fly into Bozeman, MT and take a 45 minute drive down the canyon along the Gallatin RiverThere is a taxi service called KARST Stage that will take you down to Big Sky for about $60.00.
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==Understand==
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Big Sky was a ranch in up until the early 1970's when Chet Huntley decided to turn it into a ski hill and resort areaIt has grown considerably in the last 10 years but still is relatively uncrowded as most of the lodging in the area is houses and condos that are used infrequently.
  
Getting aroound - Big Sky is divided between the Mountain Village (at the base of the Big Sky Ski Resort) and the Meadow Village (that is a 10 minute car ride and several thousand vertical feet below the Mountain).  Big Sky is too spread out and too vertical to really sample without a car.  There is a rudimentary shuttle system that operates during busy times but not often enough too be relied upon.  Taxi's are sometimes available but a ride from Mountain to Meadow runs about $40.00.
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==Get in==
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You can fly into [[Bozeman]] and take a 45 minute drive down the canyon along the Gallatin River.  There is a taxi service called KARST Stage that will take you down to Big Sky for about $60.00.
  
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==Get around==
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Big Sky is divided between the Mountain Village (at the base of the Big Sky Ski Resort) and the Meadow Village (that is a 10 minute car ride and several thousand vertical feet below the Mountain).  Big Sky is too spread out and too vertical to really sample without a car.  There is a rudimentary shuttle system that operates during busy times but not often enough too be relied upon.  Taxis are sometimes available but a ride from Mountain to Meadow runs about $40.00.
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Revision as of 03:22, 24 March 2005

Big Sky is in Montana.

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Understand

Big Sky was a ranch in up until the early 1970's when Chet Huntley decided to turn it into a ski hill and resort area. It has grown considerably in the last 10 years but still is relatively uncrowded as most of the lodging in the area is houses and condos that are used infrequently.

Get in

You can fly into Bozeman and take a 45 minute drive down the canyon along the Gallatin River. There is a taxi service called KARST Stage that will take you down to Big Sky for about $60.00.

Get around

Big Sky is divided between the Mountain Village (at the base of the Big Sky Ski Resort) and the Meadow Village (that is a 10 minute car ride and several thousand vertical feet below the Mountain). Big Sky is too spread out and too vertical to really sample without a car. There is a rudimentary shuttle system that operates during busy times but not often enough too be relied upon. Taxis are sometimes available but a ride from Mountain to Meadow runs about $40.00.

See

Do

Buy

Eat

Drink

Sleep

Get out

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