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Events Calendar

The Community of Big Sky has a robust schedule of events all year. From the summer Farmer's Market  in Town Center to the productions held at the Warren Miller Performing Arts Center, plus all of the action at Big Sky Resort, like the annual Big Sky Big Grass music festival and the Pond Skim - guests of Lone Mountain Ranch enjoy the culture of our great western town as much as the ranch itself.


August 24 "National Geographic Live Presents:  Living With Wolves"

Warren Miller Performing Arts Center, Wednesday, August 24th, 7:00 pm, Sponsored by Lone Mountain Ranch Tickets online at

Jim and Jamie Dutcher spent six years living in a tented camp on the edge of the Sawtooth Wilderness with a pack of wolves. Living with Wolves is dedicated to raising broad public awareness of the truth about wolves, their social nature, their importance to healthy ecosystems, and the threats to their survival. 


August 25th Music in the Mountains: Fruition 

The first time they ever made music together, Fruition's three lead singer-songwriters discovered that their voices naturally blended into beautiful three-part harmonies. In the eight years since that impromptu busking session, the quintet has grown from a rootsy, string-centric outfit to a full-fledged rock band with an easy powerful grasp of soul, blues, and Bristish invasion era pop. 


September 2nd Shakespeare in the Parks 

Bring a picnic and head to the Town Center Park to enjoy the performance of "A Comedy of Errors" starting at 5:30 pm. The mission of Montana Shakespeare in the Parks is to make quality, live theatrical productions of Shakespeare and other classics accessible to communities in Montana and surrounding states with an emphasis on underserved, rural areas who would not otherwise have the opportunity.


September 2nd - 4th Big Sky Resort: The Rut Competitive Climb up Lone Peak

Welcome to the hardest 3 Mile "run" you will ever complete. The climb gains 2,000 feet in elevation in about a mile and a half of highly exposed terrain, to the iconic 11,166 ft, summit. After you get to the top you have front row seats to the magnificence of southwest Montana.  From there catch a ride down the lift via the Lone Peak tram. 


Thanksgiving Day, November 24th: Big Sky Ski Resort Opens for the Season

That's right, it's that time of year again for the Biggest Skiing in America! Thanksgiving Day, November 24th, Big Sky Ski Resort, located just 9 miles up the mountain will open for the season. Nearly 6,000 acres of endless terrain with a vertical drop of 4,350 ft. this winter season looks ahead at blue bird powder days all the way up till Spring.


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“The ranch is lovely - rustic, authentic, and very comfortable. You really feel like you're in a cabin in the mountains, yet it's an easy stroll to the dining room, stables, and other activities. The thing that sets this vacation experience apart from others, however, was the friendliness of the people working there. They really enjoy what they do and it's apparent. They really want you to enjoy your time there and will do what it takes to make it happen. The food was phenomenal - big hot breakfasts always at the ready; made to order lunches and dinners you wanted to linger over. Again, the rides were great, the hikes awesome, and the Yellowstone day trip is a must - but it's the people that make it memorable.”
- Kelly - MISSOURI

750 Lone Mountain Ranch Rd.
PO Box 160069
Big Sky, Montana 59716


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