According to a recent survey, eight in ten remote workers consider doing their jobs from vacation, with nearly half choosing a longer trip with work over a shorter trip without work involved!
Whether you’re one of the eight ready to explore beyond the boundaries of your everyday home office, or in the smaller group of remote workers who haven’t even considered working remotely on vacation an option – we invite you to spend some time mixing business with leisure in Big Sky MT.
You know what they say about the boost a change of scenery brings – and the scenery in Big Sky MT is breathtaking beyond belief. From our beautifully-appointed Big Sky vacation rentals to community centers and coffee shops with big views, here are our 8 top spots for working remote in Big Sky, MT.
1. Big Sky Luxury Home Office
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Our hand-picked selection of professionally managed Big Sky Vacation Rentals offers the ultimate option for working remotely from the mountains. Indulge in spacious, stylish living with dens and dedicated workspaces, reliable high-speed WiFi, and creature comforts that make it easy to crush your to-do list! For added indulgence, our Platinum Collection of Big Sky rentals boasts a consistent selection of luxury amenities including spa rooms, gaming systems, Smart TVs with live streaming services, and alpine-inspired outdoor spaces with private hot tubs to set up office outdoors!
Our selection of condos, cabins, and custom homes includes rentals in the Big Sky neighborhoods of Moonlight Basin, Powder Ridge, Mountain Village, and Meadow Village near Big Sky Town Center. With adventurous outdoor activities, world-class ski slopes, and tranquil trails on your doorstep, along with a variety of local shops, restaurants, and nightlife close to “home”, our Big Sky vacation rentals are the best destination for a perfectly balanced Big Sky workcation.
2. Big Sky Community Library
Neighborhood: Meadow Village – Big Sky Town Center
Location: 45465 Gallatin Rd, Big Sky, MT
Phone: (406) 995-4281
Monday – Wednesday 4 PM to 8 PM
Friday 3 PM to 7 PM
Saturday 12 PM to 6 PM
Closed Thursday & Sunday
Situated just off US Highway 191 into Big Sky, the Big Sky Community Library offers library and computer services for both locals and visitors to Big Sky, MT. The library has sixteen internet-ready computers with free WiFi for public use and paid printing options available. With an early learning center, educational games and toys, and regular story times, it’s a favorite kid-friendly space to get some remote work done in Big Sky.
3. Big Sky BASE
Day Pass: $30 or $40 including climbing wall, purchased on-site
7-Day Group Pass: $500 (up to 4 visitors, $20 per additional person)
7-Day Single Pass: $150
Camp Big Sky: From $75
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For a comfortable and convenient co-working space, head to Big Sky BASE Community Center located in Big Sky Town Center. BASE (meaning Big Adventure Safe Environment) is Big Sky’s first local community and recreation center, featuring 27,000 square feet of state-of-the-art facilities including a climbing and bouldering wall, a full gymnasium, sports courts, a fitness facility, and large gathering areas and meeting rooms with tables and laptop plug-ins for remote work. Traveling to Big Sky with kids? Camp Big Sky is a community day camp at BASE with a drop-in childcare option for kids grades 1-6. To keep the kids happy while getting work done on vacation, just register ahead of time HERE!
4. Cowboy Coffee Co.
For a more casual, digital “snowmad” setting, set up your remote work station at Big Sky’s Cowboy Coffee Co., a long-time fixture of Jackson Hole, and a new addition to Big Sky Town Center for 2023. Open early every day at 6 AM, this is one of the biggest remote workspaces in Big Sky with free WiFi, outlets, and plenty of seating, indoors or out on the seasonal patio. This vibey remote work spot may not come with complete peace and quiet, but for a casual work day on vacation, it’s nothing noise-canceling air pods and a spicy Cowboy Cubano can’t fix!
5. Caliber Coffee Roaster
Voted “Best Coffee in Big Sky” by Best of Big Sky for 5 years in a row, Caliber Coffee is worthy of a stop during your mountain escape, whether you’re working remotely or simply enjoying a vacation in the Montana mountains! It’s a small, intimate space with café tables, chairs, a cozy booth, and fast, free WiFi to catch up on emails while you savor the best cup of coffee in Big Sky along with amazing breakfast burritos, bagels, and biscuit sandwiches to fuel up outdoor adventure breaks. Be sure to pick up their whole-bean coffee to brew while working from your Big Sky rental home! If printing is a priority, Big Sky Print and Ship is right across the way for all your office services.
6. Bunker Deck & Grill
If you’re planning to play a high-elevation round at the Big Sky Golf Course, you can combine world-class golf with work at Bunker Deck & Grill. Located on the Big Sky Golf Course, Bunker Deck & Grill is open throughout the Big Sky golf season (May 19 to October 1) for breakfast, lunch, and dinner with a scenic sunny patio to blend work with play during your stay in Big Sky. Bonus: Bunker Deck & Grill is also open to non-players and boasts some of the best views of Big Sky’s Meadow Village.
7. The Exchange
Formerly known as the Mountain Mall, The Exchange at Big Sky has several spots to fuel up and freelance or remote work from the Montana mountains – whatever remote work vibe you’re after! The modern Vista Hall on the top floor offers the Vista Bar with a deck overlooking Big Sky Village Plaza and a Food Hall with a choice of six eateries, Illy Café & Bakery, Deluxe Grill, Stone Fired Pizza, Sushi + Bowls, Taqueria, and 3 Forks Deli. If a lively aprés scene and live music inspire your work ideas (no one is judging!), Westward Social and Montana Jack on the ground floor of the Exchange buzz during the summer & winter seasons.
8. Everett’s 8800
Why not scale new heights of productivity while working remote at 8,880 feet from the summit of Big Sky Resort? Take a scenic ride on the Ramcharger 8, America’s most technologically advanced lift, to the top of Andesite Mountain for “American Alps Cuisine” and a high-elevation remote work setup with breathtaking views of Lone Peak! Big Sky Resort lift tickets and reservations are required for dining with a view (and laptop!) at Everett’s 8800.
Tired of working remotely holed up at home? Whether it’s meadows of summer wildflowers or world-class winter slopes that inspire creativity, there’s no reason “home” can’t be a cozy alpine cabin, executive style suite, or family-friendly vacation home with modern comforts in the Montana mountains!
Come visit us in Big Sky – a destination where work meets wanderlust, WiFi exists in the wilderness, and outdoor activities in the majestic Montana Mountains await on your doorstep. We live here. We play here. We work here. We know Big Sky! Browse our portfolio of Big Sky Vacation Rentals to work from home or call our local team of vacation planners today at (888) 915-2787.