As the name suggests, SkyArbor Guest House is where the trees reach for sky and the mountains meet the plains. This edge region along the west slope of the Crazy Mountains supports abundant wildlife, and many trees and wildflowers adorn the cabin area.
A constant delight is the breathtaking panorama, with the Crazy Mountains rising up to the east, and the Bridger Mountains sweeping to the west. Sunrise and sunset can be spectacular, casting shadows across the foothills and rosy hues upon the mountains. The Big Belt Mountains are to the north, and looking south from the top of the property are the Beartooth, Absaroka, and Gallatin Mountains.
Living quarters include a large dining/kitchen/gathering area; a study/living area; main floor bedroom and main floor bathroom with shower; a separate sunroom/living area; one large bedroom loft with multiple bed capacity; and one smaller bedroom loft with double bed.
Vistas of weather and horizon steadily change. Deer often feed through, antelope and often elk can be seen at a distance (bring binoculars!), sometimes moose, bear and coyote wander through, and birds, squirrels, rabbits and chipmunks are always scurrying by.
Horseshoes can be played behind the cabin. A campfire area is available for evening enjoyment. Have a picnic at the outside table, or enjoy quiet time or a picnic at the gazebo overlook.
Fishing can be had in alpine lakes or in the nearby Shields and Yellowstone Rivers. Big game and bird hunting are available in national forest lands or block management areas. Yellowstone Park is less than two hours. Shopping, restaurants and galleries can be found in Wilsall, Clyde Park, Livingston, Bozeman, and Big Timber.