Big Sky is the definition of a “destination resort.” It’s not near a major airport hub, which can make the travelling aspect a tad more difficult than say Denver International Airport or Salt Lake City International Airport. Big Sky can offer two things that the other highly traveled Colorado and Utah resorts cannot: next to no lift lines and affordability without sacrificing quality. Big Sky doesn’t see the same foot traffic that some other resorts do, so you’ll usually be able to find quality lodging and dining options at an incredible rate.
Budget hotels and condos are king at Big Sky. You can find just about every lodging preference at a modest price compared to many other resorts. With a long docket of affordable options to sift through choosing a place to stay can take some serious time. So let Ski.com’s knowledgeable Mountain Vacation Specialist help make that decision quick and easy. Call, or chat with, them today.
For a tasty and wallet-friendly lunch, you’ll have to drop in at Yeti Dogs, located on Low Dog Road in the Mountain Village, for an old-fashioned dog. They serve up quality wieners with creative, gourmet toppings. Plus the price is right; a combo meal costs under $8. Blue Moon Bakery, on Big Pine Drive, is also another great lunch option for hearty, high-quality eats, like deli sandwiches and homemade pizza, all for a reasonable price.
If you like Thai food (and reasonable prices and large portions) then a meal at Big Sky’s Lotus Pad, on Pine Drive is a must! This is a tiny restaurant, so get there early or head in later, avoid prime-time dinner hours or you may have to eat elsewhere. The soup bowls are huge and tasty, as are all the noodle dishes. Every Lotus Pad entrée is priced below $20.