Buck’s T-4 Lodge has established a lodging tradition for more than 50 years in Big Sky, Montana with mountain views and warm hospitality.
Now all 72 of the rooms at this scenic mountain location have been remodeled and are equipped with upgrades like free Internet and new furnishings including a flat screen TVs, iPod docking stations, microwaves, refrigerators, and pillow-top beds.
It serves as a relaxing getaway, a place to stay on your next ski adventure, and their conference facilities offer a great choice for a productive meetings and has a reputation among the best in Big Sky lodging.
Buck’s T-4 is an ideal choice for visitors to Yellowstone, Big Sky, and Moonlight Basin ski resorts. It offer great value rates in the summer, and in the winter,they feature some of the best ski packages in the area.
All rooms at Buck’s T-4 are non-smoking and offer a number of sleeping arrangements with deluxe rooms featuring two queen beds, king rooms with king-size beds, and the hospitality suite featuring two bedrooms each equipped with a king-size bed, a kitchen, dining room, and living room.
All accommodations include a full hot breakfast.
The restaurant at Buck’s T-4 has a reputation as one of the finest in Montana and the skiing community. This status can be attributed to Chef Scott Mechura who has found a unique balance which combines traditional local ingredients and classic culinary techniques to create gastronomic delights including wild game, hand-cut steaks, and daily specialties.
They also feature an award-winning wine list with more than 175 selections from dozens of wine regions around the world that offers something for every taste and to suit any budget.
Buck’s T-4 Lodge is situated along the Gallatin River just outside Yellowstone Nation Park. It is conveniently located near Big Sky and Moonlight Basin resorts.
Along with world-class skiing in the winter, summer is an ideal time for whitewater rafting (available on the property), nearby fishing, and is only 45 minutes from Yellowstone’s West Entrance.
Photo credits: Руссо Туристо