Boca Raton, Fla. – April 2, 2013—A breathtakingly scenic outdoor paradise that draws tourists from across the United States and around the world, Big Sky, Montana offers plenty of family-friendly recreational options year-round, although spring stands apart as a particularly pleasant time to visit. A haven for skiers of all skill levels, the mountains that surround this beautiful town boast over 4,350 vertical feet of snow covered runs, from steep powder inclines to groomed trails and gently sloping bunny hills. Aside from public ski areas Moonlight Basin and Big Sky Resort, you can enjoy the thrill of gliding over pristine mountain terrain at Spanish Peaks or the Yellowstone Club, private venues where the lift lines are usually quite short, if a wait exists at all.
Situated in close proximity to the Gallatin River, Big Sky is well known as a whitewater rafting hotspot. With two local outfitters to guide you on a wet and wild adventure, consider booking a tour that winds through Beatrap Canyon, a gorgeous stretch of backcountry that very few people aside from native Montanans will ever get the chance to explore.
Aside from skiing and rafting, Big Sky is an ideal place to go horseback riding, fly fishing, hiking, mountain biking, or sightseeing in Yellowstone Park, a vast swath of wilderness located only a short drive from city center. Grand Teton National Park is also nearby and well worth a visit, especially after winter snows have melted to reveal a landscape covered in blossoming flora and newly green foliage.
After a long day in the great outdoors, head back to your home away from home at Bluegreen Resorts’ Lake Condominiums at Big Sky, a flagship property that houses expansive villas outfitted with all the latest amenities. With a heated pool, two hot tubs, barbeque grills, and a volleyball court on site, your family can relax in total comfort from sunrise to sunset. For more information about booking a stay at Bluegreen’s Lake Condominiums, go to www.bluegreenonline.com.