Bozeman, Montana has become a huge vacation destination for people looking for an adventurous experience in the Rocky Mountains. Whether you are planning a visit in the colder months or warmer months, there is something for everyone. You may have seen the logo or a hashtag or even one of our blogs out there on social media and wondered what exactly does "Only In Bozeman" mean. In Bozeman, you can do it all. You can have these unique recreational experiences in the mountains surrounding Bozeman and still be back in town for dinner at a great restaurant and the other comforts you expect when you travel to urban destinations. All of this is available, "Only in Bozeman." Here are some of the things that make Bozeman unique and why it should be on your bucket list for travel.
It's that time of year again to break out the hiking boots and get some mud in those treads. There are hikes and trails in Bozeman that need to be explored in between the rain and snow.
These Bozeman hikes will make the muddy floorboards of your vehicle and welcome home mats all worth it.
Yellowstone National Park spans over 2 million acres. To give you perspective, that makes it bigger than Rhode Island and Delaware combined. While the park is accessible to everyone, it’s hard to see more than a fraction of the country from the road or nearby trails. Full of wildlife, geysers, majestic peaks, 14 rivers and nearly 200 creeks, Yellowstone is an outdoor wonderland.
It’s called Cabin Fever, and by the time spring comes, most people are ready to get outside and get rid of it. After a long winter, hiking in Yellowstone National Park is the perfect remedy. So if you are ready to shake the winter blues then these hikes in Yellowstone might be just what the doctor ordered.
Bozeman has an extensive amount of trails and recreational opporunities in the surrounding moutains and even here in town. In the winter, these trails transform into great places to go snowshoeing or cross country skiing. Exploring these snow covered trails give you a completely different perspective than hiking them in the winter, and the snowshoeing in Bozeman is phenomenal. Here are 5 places for you to get out and try out those snowshoes this winter.
Fall is really the best time to get out and hike in Bozeman. The trails aren't as crowded, the weather is a perfect temperature, and the scenery is spectacular. We've put together a quick list of hikes near Bozeman for you to maximize the fall weather this season. Some of these hikes are right in Bozeman and some require a little drive, but we promise nothing will take you away from Bozeman for too long!
It’s no secret that Yellowstone National Park is a natural wonderland and hiking is one of the best way to experience it. With over 900 miles of trails throughout the park, there is something for every level of hiker. To get you started, we’ve outlined 3 of the most scenic hikes in Yellowstone.
There's a reason why Hyalite Recreation Area is one of the most popular summer attractions in Bozeman. Whether you plan to spend an hour relaxing, a day adventuring, or a week camping, it really has it all. From the large body of water to the numerous trails and everything in between, locals and tourists get a complete outdoor experience. Here is a list of 5 things to do in Hyalite Recreation Area for every activity level.
While bear attacks are rare, sightings occur much more often than you might think. Because of this, it is best to remain in control and prepare for a situation in the case that you find yourself looking into the eyes of a bear. Here are 5 ways to stay bear aware while hiking in Yellowstone.