People travel from near and far to visit Big Sky, Montana, during the summer and winter seasons. Have you ever been to the area during November? It’s known as a slower season with fewer tourists, but you can still have a blast during this time of year! We’ll tell you all about the best things to do during November in Big Sky, MT.
No matter what time of year you visit Big Sky, you’ll be surrounded by endless fun-filled things to do! Check out our seasonal guides below!
The Best Things To Do During November in Big Sky, MT
Are you craving a laidback, relaxing getaway in a picture-perfect place? Take a trip during November to Big Sky, MT.
Celebrate a Relaxing Thanksgiving
When you think of Thanksgiving, do you think of waking up at the crack of dawn so you can clean your house, prepare an extravagant meal, and host a large gathering? This year, treat yourself to a relaxing holiday and go on a getaway to scenic Big Sky. You can unwind in a spacious guest suite at The Wilson Hotel (we’ll take care of making the bed) and indulge in delicious meals at local restaurants (they’ll take care of the cooking and dishwashing).
Enjoy Top-Notch Fly Fishing
If you’re a fan of fly fishing, Gallatin County will be heaven for you. You can enjoy a plentiful fly fishing season anytime from April through November, with November being one of the best times to reel in huge trout. The biggest trout in the rivers during this time of year are usually giant carnivorous brown trout. Plus, this is a fantastic time to have some of the more famous fisheries to yourself, like the Madison River and Yellowstone River in Yellowstone National Park.
Go Hunting in Big Sky Country
The spectacular terrain of Big Sky Country is home to diverse animal populations, including elk, antelope, deer, bear, bison, bighorn sheep, mountain goats, and more. This area is a paradise for hunters with a genuine appreciation for the sport. In Big Sky, archery season is from September through October and general hunting season runs from October to November for elk, deer, and antelope. The most popular hunting spots in Big Sky are Porcupine Creek, Taylor Fork, and Cinnamon Creek Trail.
Make the Most Out of Ski Seasoning Opening Day
The time has come! The opening day of ski season in Big Sky is November 26. When you stay with us at The Wilson Hotel, you’ll be located in the heart of ski country! You can obtain season and day passes from Big Sky Resort and get ready to hit the slopes.
Stay at the Best Hotel in Big Sky
When you’re looking for the best lodging option in Big Sky, MT, look no further than The Wilson Hotel. We offer top-notch accommodations, amenities, and customer service in the heart of Big Sky. You’ll be close to all the best things to see and do in the area. After a day exploring the mountains, unwind in a plush, luxurious bed in one of our guest suites.