Our home is full of mountain décor including oak cabinets, photos and maps of the Lone Peak, and artwork of trout and some of our favorite fly-fishing locations. We welcome guests of all backgrounds to our home.
- Quiet hours after 10PM
- All vehicles must have a parking pass dispayed at all times (otherwise you may be towed). Up to 3 passes are provided.
- We live in a wilderness that is heavily forested around us, please do not use fireworks and check with local authorities before starting open-fires if you go camping
- Pets are not allowed unless you own in our association. That being said, we know people bring pets anyway. If you do so, you are responsible for additional cleaning fees and fines that our association charges. There are kennels with doggy-daycares nearby, just ask and we are happy to point you in the right direction
- Most of all, enjoy your vacation and let us know how we can help with that!
From Dec 22, 2017 - Jan 01, 2018 the minimum stay is 5 nights.
Hello! Sam and Michele moved here over 15 years ago to enjoy skiing Lone Peak/Big Sky. We never thought we would stay, but as the saying goes, we came for the winter and stayed for the summers. Sam is now a full time fly fishing guide, and Michele is a nurse and we both enjoy spending our winters and summers in the great outdoors doing all the things the wilderness around us has to offer: skiing, fishing, hiking, snow shoeing, rafting, visiting Yellowstone Park and walking our dog. We hope you will too. Our 1200 sq. foot condo is located within walking distance to Big Sky's Town Center where in the summers you can enjoy weekly farmers markets, free concerts, the cinema and a number of great restaurants. During the winter, there is a free shuttle that can pick up/drop off from our condominium association to the base of the mountain, and we also live near the outdoor ice skating rink. We are more than happy to assist/guide you with planning your trip out here, just let us know how we can help.