to Big Sky is a snap! For all its seclusion, Big Sky and the
Sioux Lodge are surprisingly easy to reach.
It's about a 45-minute
drive from the Gallatin
Field Airport (code for flight shopping is
BZN) in Bozeman, Montana. The airport is served by daily nonstop
flights from five national hub cities - Seattle with Alaska/Horizon,
Salt Lake City with Delta, Denver with United,
and Minneapolis and Detroit with Northwest.
The scenic route down State Route 191 is
drop dead gorgeous running through the Gallatin National Forest
and Gallatin canyon with the blue ribbon trout river, the Gallatin,
just a stone's throw away for a majority of the drive. Here are driving directions to the Sioux Lodge:
At the airport exit turn right towards Belgrade. Proceed 1.4 miles to the second stop sign, turn left. The road becomes highway 191.
Take Hwy 191 about 45 miles through the beautiful Gallatin Canyon to the flashing yellow ligh (this road is Route 64 AKA Big Sky Spur Road). Turn right towards Big Sky on 64 and travel about 9 miles until you find Sioux Road on your left. (Note- you will pass the main Big Sky entrance, then Sitting Bull Road, Sioux Road is your next left.)
Reserve your Montana vacation
week at Sioux Lodge now!