Get the most out of your Montana vacation by skiing at 2 of the best resorts and splitting your stay between 2 Stay Montana vacation rentals!

Skiing is a big part of winter recreating in Montana. It is the perfect way to get outside and see the spectacular Montana mountains! Split your stay at Big Sky Resort and Whitefish Mountain Resort for the ultimate winter ski vacation! This is the perfect opportunity to road trip across Montana and see the sights and Stay Montana offers a variety of lodging options in Big Sky and Whitefish.

Big Sky Resort – Big Sky Resort is known as the “Biggest Skiing in North America” with over 5,850 skiable acres! In addition to the fabulous skiing at the resort, Big Sky also has a wonderful Town Center with fantastic restaurants, shopping, a movie theater and more! Plus, don’t miss out on all the other fun winter activities including Nordic skiing, snowshoeing, snowmobiling, sledding and much more! Find the vacation rental of your dreams to call home while on vacation!

Find the Big Sky vacation rental of your dreams to call home while on vacation! – Big Sky Ski Vacation Rentals

Big Sky winter resort

Whitefish Mountain Resort – Whitefish Mountain Resort was recently ranked #3 Resort in the West by Ski Magazine Readers! With 3,000 skiable acres and 14 lifts, the resort offers terrain for everyone. The views of “Big Mountain” as the locals call it, are absolutely stunning as you enter Whitefish. Bring your ski gear and hit the slopes!

The town of Whitefish has a lot to offer in the winter months. Enjoy ice fishing, snowshoeing, snowmobiling, fat tire biking, shopping, and dining at local restaurants!

Check out our amazing offerings in Whitefish! We have some ski-in/out properties that are perfect for your split stay! – Whitefish Ski Vacation Rentals

whitefish mountains coming into town

What’s the best way to get from Big Sky Resort to Whitefish Mountain Resort?

There are many sights to see along this scenic drive so make sure you take your time and enjoy! If you are doing a round trip, we recommend taking the Seeley Lake route one way and the Eastside of Flathead Lake route the other way. The landscape is breathtaking and will not disappoint! Make sure to check road conditions before you head out.