What's the number one travel destination this summer? It's not Florida, Hawaii, or actually anywhere close to a beach. According to users searches on Airbnb, Montana is the number one "trending destination" on its platform.

Overnight stay searches have gone up 72% since March. Specifically people are wanderlusting over places like the Big Sky Resort, which is located in Montana’s Mountain Village.

Airbnb has decided to give travelers what they want by partnering with American rock climber and mountaineer Conrad Anker to host a private fall getaway for two guests at the Big Sky Resort. The chosen guests will be allowed to stay for two nights, from Oct. 7 to Oct. 9.

You'll find The Big Sky community situated in the Rocky Mountains of southern Montana - about a 6 hour drive from Boise and 50 miles away from Yellowstone National Park.

"Montana itself [is] becoming one of the fastest-growing states in terms of Airbnb search volume from 2019 to now," according to an Airbnb press release. "The Big Sky stay is a rare opportunity to commune – uninterrupted – with Montana’s natural wonders."

5,850 acres of pristine terrain of the Andesite Mountain in Big Sky will be all yours to explore as the only occupants with "exclusive access" to the mountain. While I could personally spend the whole time lounging around this gorgeous space, there's plenty to do outdoors.

More than 100 miles are available for hikers and bikers. Experienced climbers can will have the summit of Lone Mountain to explore which is 11,167 feet above sea level.

For Airbnb users who want to book a stay at the property, the overnight experience will be listed on Thursday, May 13 at 1 p.m. EST. You may be surprised to know that typical rates for overnight stays at Big Sky Resort are within budget and can be as low as $88 per night.

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