Getting to Big Sky
Getting to Big Sky is an easy one hour drive or airport transfer from the Bozeman airport.
At 50 miles (80 km) from the Big Sky village, Bozeman Regional Airport is the arrival point for most visitors. This newly updated airport with impressive rock fireplaces and imposing Montana hunting lodge architecture is a fitting welcome in both summer and winter for visitors to nearby Yellowstone National Park. Skiers will appreciate reasonable rental car rates and the airport’s reputation for quick and superb baggage handling.
The drive from Bozeman to Big Sky is a scenic one, which runs alongside the Gallatin River toward Yellowstone National Park. It’s not uncommon to spy longhorn sheep, moose or elk along the way. Mercifully, there are no mountain passes between the airport and Big Sky, so if you land in Bozeman you should be able to make it to the resort .
Bozeman airport has a direct service from several international U.S. airports including Denver, Los Angeles, and Newark. The closest major international airport is Salt Lake City, approximately six hours away by road. There is no rail link to Big Sky.