BSCO public trails

Black Diamond Trail

Currently sponsored by: SPONSORSHIP AVAILABLE!

See on Trailforks




1.6 miles round trip

Year Round Access:
Trail is ungroomed and can be icy in the winter. Snowshoes or traction gear recommended.

Uses: Hike, bike, snowshoe.

Parking: Parking lot at the Big Sky Community Park off of Little Coyote Road.

Dogs: leash dogs or keep dogs under voice and sight command.

Amenities: restrooms and picnic tables available at the park.

A trail with moderate incline that connects to Little Willow Way offering nice views of the Big Sky Community Park and Lone Peak.

The Black Diamond Trail is the perfect distance and terrain to get your heart rate pumping if you don’t have much time to spare. This trail provides a nice climb into the trees right off the bat, levels off for a short distance, and winds through the forest again on the descent. Once you have reached the end of the trail, you can turn around and travel the same terrain or continue onto Little Willow Way for a ¾-mile cool down on flat terrain.

The trail weaves through Big Sky’s 18-hole Frisbee golf course with several spur paths to each hole. Make sure to follow the signs and stay on the well-established dirt trail. Black Diamond is best for intermediate-level hikers or runners and an excellent place to bring four-legged friends for exercise or buddies for a round of Frisbee golf.


Directions: From Meadow Village, head north on Little Coyote Road and drive past the Big Sky Chapel and pond. Turn into the first road on your right and look for the Big Sky Community Park entrance sign. Park near the skate park and yurt at the east end of the park. The trailhead starts directly behind the yurt.

Big Sky on
Thank you to our current trail sponsor:

More Trails:

Black Diamond

Crail Ranch

Gallatin Canyon



Little Willow Way

Lone Peak

Mountain to Meadow

Mud Creek Trail

Ousel Falls

Ralph's Pass

South Fork Loop

Tanner's Way


Huff's Trek

Coldsmoke Out & Back

BSCO Public Trails

BSCO manages 23+ miles of trails that are all multi-use and multi-directional.

Info & Maps:

Multi-Seasonal Use

The majority of BSCO trails are open year-round, barring any temporary seasonal hazard closures.

= Groomed or plowed during the winter.Note: Ungroomed / plowed trails are still open & get packed down by use.

BSCO Projects

We are always looking at opportunities to increase parklands and open spaces while further developing public recreation amenities.

Get Involved

More Ways to Give

Support a campaign, donate stock or explore naming & sponsorship opportunities.

Stay connected with the BSCO App!

Big Sky Community Organization