Bozeman Montana straddles its future and its past with impressive grace. This lively, smallish city manages to be both a robust agricultural and outdoor adventure hub and a pleasant college town with a number of urban amenities.
Take a little time to look around Bozeman before rushing off to enjoy the great outdoors. There are a number of art galleries and museums, like Montana State universities Museum of the Rockies, with its planetarium and interesting exhibits that range from dinosaurs to Native American studies. Take a stroll through Bozeman’s significant neighborhoods and the Sunset Hill Cemetery on a Historic Walking Tour.
The Bridger Mountains are a haven for outdoor adventurers in Bozeman Montana. There are 3 main ski resorts near Bozeman: Bridger Bowl Ski Area, Big Sky Resort & Moonlight Basin. Hyalite Canyon has many trails for hiking and biking, and is a favorite spot for rock-climbers.
Bozeman Montana is near enough to Yellowstone National Park to roll the dice and make a day trip to America’s largest planet-threatening caldera.
If tours of Bozeman’s 700+ registered historic buildings is way to fast-paced for you, try taking an Agricultural Tour of the Gallatin Valley. Gallatin Field 12 miles outside of Bozeman is the nearest airport, and is serviced by Northwest, United, Delta, Horizon & Alaskan airlines.