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Big Sky Resort Zipline Tours


  • Yellowstone
  • Amusement
Choose from two zipline tours:
Adventure Zipline Tour: Ride up then zip down on Big Sky Resort's Adventure Zipline Tour. The Adventure zip is designed for speed. Embark on the Explorer Double Chair and take in expansive views of Lone Mountain and the Spanish Peaks of the Madison Range. Once at the top of the chair let the zipping begin. Swoop your way down the mountain on four adrenaline pumping lines spanning up to 1,500 feet long and 150 feet above the forest floor, including a Twin Zipline where you can race your fellow adventure zippers.

Nature Zipline Tour:
he Nature Zip begins with a 20 minute hike up Lone Mountain and consisits of three ziplines ranging from 350' to 500' in length, 30 to 60 feet in the air. The first Line starts toward the bottom of Huntley Hollow and ends in the trees below Middle Road. The second Line starts a short downhill hike from the end of the first and ends next to the bottom of Hangmans. The third Line starts at the end of the second and ends towards the bottom of Middle Road/Lower Calamity Jane.

Call Basecamp for more information - 406-995-5769
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Street Address
50 Big Sky Resort Road
Big Sky, MT 59716
Alternate Phone
Toll Free
Mailing Address
PO Box 160001
Big Sky, MT 59716
June 6 - September 27, 2015
Phone for times.
Payment Methods
American Express, Cash, Discover, Master Card, Personal Check (In State), Travelers Checks, Visa
Reservations Accepted, Reservations Recommended
Special direction map

Big Sky Resort is nestled in the Rocky Mountains of southwest Montana. Located 45 miles south of Bozeman on Highway 191 and 47 miles north of West Yellowstone on the same highway, the scenic drive to Big Sky is one not to be missed. If you're coming by air, Allegiant, Delta/SkyWest, Alaska, United and Frontier all fly into Bozeman - Yellowstone Airport, the servicing airport to Big Sky. Rental cars, shuttles and taxis can be utilized during both seasons. Big Sky is situated between two units of the Lee Metcalf Wilderness area, the Gallatin National Forest and Yellowstone National Park. The border of Yellowstone is just 18 miles south. At the base of Lone Mountain, the Big Sky Village is 9 miles west of Highway 191.