About

Spanish Peaks Mountain Club is a 5,700-acre, membership-only, ski and golf community located in beautiful Big Sky, Montana.


It may not be the last frontier, but it unquestionably is the best. Montana represents tremendous value and opportunity to people who have experienced the Rocky Mountain West. Montana’s vast landscape includes the Paradise Valley spreading north out of Yellowstone National Park, the Blue Ribbon fishing rivers of the Gallatin, Yellowstone and Madison Rivers, the Beartooth Wilderness, Glacier National Park, the Bitterroot Valley, the Missouri River Breaks, the Charles Russell Wilderness and the Lewis & Clark Trail. These remain amazing unspoiled areas, largely unchanged since Lewis & Clark explored them over 200 years ago.

The recreational attraction of the Big Sky area of Southwestern Montana is immense. The combination of diverse, challenging ski terrain, access to Yellowstone National Park, fishing, hunting, horseback riding, kayaking, camping, hiking, biking, golf and white water experiences provide a four season recreational experience that is unmatched in the United States.

The total acreage of Spanish Peaks Mountain Club is 5,700 acres. The Spanish Peaks Mountain Club offers over 4-miles of private access on tributaries of the Gallatin River. Our landscape is part of the northern Rockies region, a landscape characterized by broad river valleys and high mountain ranges. The landscape at Spanish Peaks was formed in the final glacial retreat of the Pleistocene era some 12,000 years ago. All of our water flows to the Gallatin, Madison and Yellowstone Rivers then travel some 2,300 miles to deposit into the Gulf of Mexico via the Missouri and Mississippi Rivers. Majority of our forest comprise of Lodge pole pine with some Douglas Fir, Engelmann Spruce, Subalpine Fir and White Bark Pine.