Explore BSCO's Big Sky Community Trail Network
Uplands Trail | Photo: D. Lennon
Look at any picture of Big Sky and you'll see why our mountain town is a mecca for outdoor recreation. Big Sky is just the type of place where you want to spend time outside. Whether you're biking, hiking, trail running, or horseback riding, there's something magical about exploring Big Sky's backyard.
Luckily, it's super easy to access the endless trail system around Big Sky. There are trailheads everywhere. Some lead deep into the public lands of the Madison and Gallatin Ranges, while others are located right in town.
One of the reasons we have so many awesome trails in our community is because of the hard work of the Big Sky Community Organization. The BSCO's mission is to "connects people to recreational opportunities by acquiring, preserving and promoting sustainable places and programs for all." This is just one more organization that's striving to make Big Sky even better.
The BSCO featured trails provide easy access and safe passage throughout our community. BSCO has created many of Big Sky's best trails. These are the trails that are enjoyed by locals and guests alike on a daily basis.
How many of the Big Sky Community trails have you been on?
Ousel Falls | Photo: D. Lennon
- Ousel Falls Trail - 1.6 Miles Round Trip From Trailhead, 5.6 Miles Round Trip from Town Center - Gravel - Hike/Bike/Horse
- Hummocks Trail - 3 Miles Round Trip - Dirt - Hike/Bike
- Uplands Trail - 2 Miles Round Trip - Dirt - Hike/Bike
- Little Willow Way - 1.6 Miles Round Trip - Gravel - Hike/Bike
- Black Diamond Trail - 1.6 Miles Round Trip - Dirt - Hike/Bike
- Crail Ranch Trail - 2.6 Miles Round Trip - Gravel - Hike/Bike
- Kircher Trail - 0.6 Miles Round Trip - Gravel - Hike
- Lone Peak Trail - 6 Miles Round Trip - Paved - Hike/Bike
- Gallatin Canyon Trail - 5 Miles Round Trip - Paved - Hike/Bike
Trail Running | Photo: Love Street Media
Follow the links above for photos and more information (location, dog rules, parking, amenities, etc.) about the Big Sky Community trails. Download the Big Sky Community Organization Trail Map on the BSCOMT.org website or pick one up at local locations around town.
The Big Sky Community Organization does so much for our community. If you enjoy the Big Sky community trail system, be sure to support BSCO. It's a 501(c)3 non-profit and your donations are tax deductible.