Bozeman is mainly known for being a cozy mountain town with access to awesome skiing at Big Sky Resort and Bridger Bowl. People might also recognize Bozeman as the home of Montana State University. What you may not know is that Bozeman has a lot more to offer than just great skiing and a top-notch university. Here are a few of our favorite reasons that you should make Bozeman your winter vacation destination.
BOZEMAN, MT (February 25, 2021) - In its 50th year of service, Southwest Airlines will bring low fares to the state of Montana starting on May 27, 2021 with the addition of service to Bozeman Yellowstone Int’l Airport (BZN). The new service will connect customers throughout the nation with Big Sky country, bringing faster access to Yellowstone National Park, Big Sky Ski Resort, Custer Gallatin National Forest, Montana State University and all of southwest Montana. Southwest Customers may now book travel to fly nonstop between Bozeman and both Denver and Las Vegas, and include same-plane or connecting service to and from more than 50 other Southwest cities.
Everyone has a different idea of the perfect comfort food, but there’s no denying it when that recognizable craving arrives. For some, it’s a meal that reminds them of home; for others, it’s any combination of melty cheese and carbohydrates; or maybe, it’s a juicy, messy burger with a cold beer. Whatever your comfort food is, Bozeman likely has something that checks the box.
You may think you have a good idea of what to expect when visiting Montana. "It's Montana, aren't they still riding horses to work and school?" "Where is Montana? Isn't it right next to Canada?" Since Montana’s population ranks near the bottom, it's easy to assume that something is missing, and that other destinations like Colorado, Utah and California are a better choice. If visiting Montana is on your bucket list but you're concerned with sacrificing certain comforts you've grown to expect from traveling, you may not have to worry. We're going to cover five myths about visiting Bozeman, Montana, to help you see why it has become such a popular destination, and one of the fastest-growing towns in America per capita.
Montana is romantic, with landscapes so picturesque they serve as movie backdrops, along with big skies, wide-open spaces, and a laid-back vibe. It doesn’t get much better as a wedding destination, especially for those who love a mountain vacation.
Wintertime in Bozeman is a wonderland with two world-class ski resorts. (Andrew) Sebrell
Photo by Arlin Ladue
When Erika Flowers first moved to Bozeman at the age of 10, she felt like a kid in a new town would: insecure and scared. In an attempt to get her integrated into the community in town, Erika’s mother signed her up for the local girls’ cross country ski team. Amidst the 10 other girls on the team, she met those who would become her best friends. And on Bozeman’s groomed, snow-covered trails, she unknowingly found the start of her career.
Allegiant announced today twice-weekly summer nonstop service between Bozeman (BZN) and San Diego, CA (SAN), Oakland, CA (OAK) and Austin, TX (AUS). Beginning in spring 2021, these flights will add to Bozeman Yellowstone Airport's current list of 21 non-stop flights to major cities around the United States.
A short getaway can do wonders for the soul. Sharing it with the one you love makes it even better. For couples seeking a long weekend, Bozeman is an ideal destination, with the combination of outdoor recreation and urban sophistication that makes for a perfect blend of R&R.
Bozeman and the surrounding area is a sight to behold any time of year, but most would agree that it’s best dressed in winter. White, fluffy snow covers the mountains and much of the city, footprints of wildlife appear more clearly, and waterfalls turn to translucent columns of ice. If at all possible, Bozeman becomes more majestic, more dramatic during the cold season.