Tucked up in the mountains, Bozeman is full of entrepreneurs creating high-quality products and hosting amazing experiences. The slower pace of life allows people time to really delve into their creativity and talents, and the results speak for themselves. Plus, the shopping experience itself is worth the time; Bozeman is full of local retailers, and the historic downtown is completely walkable.
There is no shortage of holiday cheer in Bozeman. The snow doesn't slow people down around here; instead, the excitement of the upcoming season brings people out and about to celebrate food, art, culture, and community. So don your sweaters, beanies, and scarves, and get ready to spend the next few weeks in lively revelry!
Bozeman-Yellowstone International Airport is the busiest airport in Montana—with good reason. Whether you’re a thrill seeker, an outdoor enthusiast or simply love the pace of a mountain town full of culture, Bozeman will not disappoint. Lucky for you, access is easier than you might think. Eight major airlines service Bozeman, and lots of the flights are nonstop to major cities. While not all of them fly daily, the flight schedules make it easy to plan your trip accordingly. Below is a quick outline of the year-round and seasonal non-stop flights to help you get started.
Exciting news for everyone whose a fan of the Twin Cities. Bozeman Yellowstone International Airport (BZN) is pleased to announce that Sun Country Airlines will introduce summer seasonal non-stop service between BZN and Minneapolis-Saint Paul International Airport (MSP). Flights will operate on Wednesday and Saturday beginning on June 3, 2020.*
Winter backcountry play is truly exceptional. Mountaineers can’t wait to get out and experience both the solitude and the grandeur— the stillness alone is spectacular. The mountains and forests take on a magical feeling under their blanket of twinkling snow, and the skies can become a deep shade of periwinkle blue. However, winter also commands an additional level of respect; Mother Nature is not to be reckoned with. Whether you’re an experienced mountaineer, or just learning the ropes, we’ve put together some top-of-mind tips for playing in the backcountry.
Bozeman is a dog lover’s town. With the mountains and rivers so close, dogs have plenty of room to romp and roam. But on those days when you don’t have a big adventure planned, Bozeman is set up with plenty of dog parks, so it’s easy to get them out for some exercise and playtime.
Just a few dozen thru-hikers complete the 3,100 miles of the Continental Divide Trail (CDT) each year. The elevations can be grueling, but the scenery is a spectacular reward. Eight hundred miles of the trail meander through Montana, with several sections near Bozeman. For those who want a taste of the trail without a six-month commitment; shorter backpacking trips are easy to put together. Situated between sections, Bozeman is a great place to basecamp in between trips!
Looking for a day (or two!) of exploring? Hop on US Highway 89, and get ready for a sensory adventure like no other.
October is shaping up to be full of thrills, music, sports, and spirits! In this university town, blue and gold make up the fall colors as Montana State University ramps up for homecoming week. Big-name musicians take the stage, and local events ranging from haunted houses to farmers' markets round out the local activities. Boredom? We don't even know the definition.
From traditional to trendy, the Mexican food in Bozeman does not disappoint. Each establishment has a unique vibe and their house specialties reflect different regions and cooking styles. Margarita lovers can find a wide array of tequilas, and for the home cook, an authentic Latin market carries ingredients you don’t typically find.