Ice climbing in Bozeman is gnarly, to say the least. But those who love the sport have a very different perspective and Bozeman is full of them. I sat down with Cameron Lawson, a 32-year veteran climber, to understand more about the love of such an intense sport.
Winter days are perfect for taking in a flick. The Bozeman film scene is full of options like new releases, classic favorites, Indie films and outdoor documentaries. Grab a date and dinner then settle in for some quality entertainment.
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In November, Bozeman-ites start gearing up for the winter season, (think: sweaters, ski swaps and some pre-winter recreation workouts). It’s also the time of year when it feels good to slow down and enjoy the rich culture abundant in this mountain town. Add dinner at one of Bozeman’s many delicious restaurants and you’ll have the perfect outing. Pack your calendar with these amazing November events in Bozeman!
Yellowstone in the winter is truly magical. Silence and solitude take over and the undisturbed blanket of white is breathtaking. Snow covered bison, steamy geysers and icy rivers add to the beauty of the landscape. Visiting attractions like Old Faithful, and the Grand Canyon of the Yellowstone become a whole different experience with the absence of crowds. Make your reservations early, plan your activities and get ready for one of the most unique vacations you may ever take! Stock up on some insider tips for enjoying Yellowstone National Park in the winter below.
Fall is the start of sports tournaments in Bozeman, which is top notch when it comes to locations in the state of Montana. The city is full of great food, comfortable hotels and interesting activities to sneak in between games.
You’d expect a college town to have a hoppin’ music scene, but Bozeman takes it to another level. Between big name bands, indie musicians playing in local taverns, the Bozeman Symphony, Intermountain Opera, Broadway musicals and area festivals, you could fill almost every night with some sort of jam.
Sweater season; it happens quickly in Bozeman. The air is brisk, and snow is likely, but the locals will tell you Fall is one of their favorite seasons. The countdown to winter has begun, and in the meantime, there are plenty of cultural and sporting events, entertainment, and outdoor activities to keep you busy.
“In 1947 it was a working man’s bar; the place you went to have a drink with the boys after work,” explains Tony Kaber, General Manager of the Rockin R Bar, aka “The R Bar,” the name derived from a local brand. In 1978 the establishment sold to one of the now current owners who kept the same feel and clientele, but it soon became a favorite haunt of college students as well. Showing their appreciation, the bar hosted a Friday afternoon club,” Kaber says, “from 4pm-6pm we offered 25 cent beers.”
Meetings and conventions are no longer all about name tags and power point presentations. Today, companies large and small are opting for a more well-rounded experience, incorporating area activities and events into the agenda. Many people are taking these things into consideration when selecting a location and a venue. Bozeman is one of those sweet destinations where you should hold your next business meeting. Here are a few things to help you plan your meeting in Bozeman.
A husband and wife are walking down the street passing by a local record shop when the husband leans in and whispers rather loudly, “That place is a weirdo store.” Little did they know that the owner of Cactus Records was walking right behind them. That the comment would then become the store’s tag line.