Skyline bus system shoulder season
schedule will run on weekdays, April 25-
June 17. This service offers on-demand response service for rides around Big Sky, and
two round trips per day on the Link Express
between Bozeman and Big Sky. Schedules
are available at and in print
at transfer points and participating businesses.
While the Skyline service in Big Sky will
remain fare-free, a fare will still be charged
on the Link Express, the service between Big
Sky and Bozeman. With a bus pass, the fare
is $2 per roundtrip, and the cash fare is $5
per roundtrip.
Bus passes are available in Bozeman at
Chalet Sports, the Round House, Bob Ward
& Son’s, Gallatin Valley Mall (Mall Office),
Joe’s Parkway Market, and Town & Country
Foods (near the MSU Campus). Passes are
also available at Casey’s Corner (Exxon) in
Four Corners, and in Big Sky at the Country
Market, Hungry Moose Market & Deli,
Big Sky Owners Association office in the
Meadow Village, Big Sky Resort’s Basecamp,
and at Moonlight Basin.
Skyline will also operate a special schedule
from May 5–22 to help accommodate the
transportation needs of the APEC conference. The service will feature two roundtrips
per day on the Link Express between Big Sky
and Bozeman and two Canyon-Mountain
routes for rides around Big Sky. The service
will be fare-free during this time. Details at