April brings a delightful change of pace to Big Sky. While the heart of winter may be over, there's still plenty to experience in this stunning Montana paradise. Here's how to make the most of your April adventure: 


Hit the Slopes While the Sun Shines:  

Skiing Big Sky ResortBig Sky Resort stays open until April 28th, so you can carve turns on sun-drenched slopes. Imagine softer snow, fewer crowds, and amazing deals on lift tickets and lodging – spring skiing at Big Sky is a true hidden gem! 





Spring Après Events:  

Embrace the longer days and celebrate the end of a fantastic ski day with Big Sky Resort's Spring Après events happening throughout April. Live DJs will be spinning tunes every Friday at Everett's 8800 on the mountain, and in the Mountain Village Plaza from Friday to Sunday. Grab your friends and let the good vibes flow as you dance your way into a memorable weekend. 


Soak Your Cares Away:  

Bozeman Hot SpringsTreat yourself to some post-ski pampering at the Bozeman Hot Springs, located 36 miles North of Big Sky.  Unwind in their 12 different pools, each with varying temperatures ranging from 59 to 106 degrees. It's the perfect way to soothe your muscles and enjoy a little self-care indulgence.  




Discover Local Wildlife: 

Embark on a scenic drive to West Yellowstone and visit the Grizzly & Wolf Discovery Center. Here, you'll learn fascinating facts about the creatures of the Yellowstone ecosystem. Prepare to be awestruck by real grizzly bears, wolves, and otters as you learn about their behavior and habitat tendencies. This is a unique opportunity to connect and learn about Montana wildlife.   



Beyond this list, here are some other things to consider for your April Big Sky adventure: 


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Fly Fishing: Spring is prime time for fly fishing in the Gallatin River and other world-class waterways near Big Sky. Whether you're a seasoned angler or a curious beginner, guided trips are available to cater to all skill levels. 

Hiking: As the snow melts, trails start to open, offering opportunities for scenic hikes. Be prepared for a variety of weather and trail conditions, and practice bear safety.  

Day Trip to Yellowstone National Park: While the West entrance to Yellowstone is closed for the first couple of weeks in April, visitors can still access the park through the North entrance in Gardiner, MT.  Be prepared for changeable weather conditions and plan your trip accordingly. 


With a slower pace and less crowds, Big Sky offers a fun and down-to-earth experience in April. Spring skiing, hot springs, and exploring the wild wonders of Yellowstone - this season let's you create unforgettable Montana memories without the hustle and bustle. Don't miss out on Big Sky's springtime charm!