Located 44 miles from Big Sky resort, Bozeman is home to Montana State University and is known for its strong job market, quality of living, and accessibility to a variety of outdoor recreation opportunities such as skiing, hiking, biking, and fly fishing. Job opportunities in tourism and the tech industry are strong in the area, and employees in all industries are able to take advantage of the wide array of activities, the nationally-recognized public school system, and the cultural amenities such as the Siebel Dinosaur Complex.
Renowned for its expansive landscapes, Big Sky attracts those looking for proximity to the Rocky Mountains of Montana. Outdoor enthusiasts who enjoy alpine skiing, trout fishing, and downhill mountain biking will love Big Sky, as well as its proximity to Yellowstone National Park. Home to the “Biggest Skiing in America,” Big Sky features over 5,800 acres of terrain across four mountains and 4,350 vertical feet, along with award-winning Nordic trails. Additionally, the area recently unveiled the first eight-seat chair lift in North America.