Buck's T-4 Big Sky, Montana Lodging & Dining

Big Sky Montana Lodging

Buck’s T-4 Lodge has been a Big Sky tradition for over 50 years. Visitors to Yellowstone, Big Sky and Moonlight Basin ski resorts and the Gallatin Canyon experience unparalleled hospitality and the genius of our cuisine. Buck’s is also uniquely equipped for your wedding, meeting group or family reunion. In the summertime, we offer great value room rates and activities, and in the winter, we have the best ski packages in town at both Big Sky and Moonlight. Come experience warm Montana hospitality at Buck’s T-4.


Our welcoming atmosphere, nationally acclaimed restaurant, hearty breakfast and many amenities make us the natural choice for lodging in Big Sky, Montana. Our guests enjoy the Biggest Skiing in America at Big Sky and Moonlight Basin and find us a convenient and restful spot as Yellowstone's Base Camp. Whether seeking a ski adventure, a relaxing getaway or a productive meeting, Buck's T-4 Lodge in Big Sky is the place. Experience the best in Big Sky lodging.

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A favorite among Big Sky hotels, Buck's T-4 has been a Montana tradition for over 50 years. Our incomparable setting in the majestic Gallatin Canyon, just outside Yellowstone National Park and in the shadow of Big Sky Ski Resort, affords easy access to Montana's many treasures. All Big Sky motels offer great views; Buck's T-4 combines that with discounted ski packages, great room rates, mouthwatering dining and warm western hospitality. Look no further for your hotel in Big Sky.


Yellowstone Base Camp

Biggest Skiing in America

"A Montana Tradition"

Beginning as a hunting lodge in 1946, Buck’s T-4 eventually grew into one of Southwest Montana’s favorite roadhouses. Buck and Helen Knight opened the business with a philosophy of home-cooked food and genuine, friendly service. The Lazy T-4 brand

became synonymous with friends, food and fun in the Gallatin Canyon. Mike Scholz purchased the lodge from the Knights in 1972, and kept that philosophy interwoven in his business as he expanded the property to become Buck’s T-4 Lodge.

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