Getting to Bozeman from California

Getting To Bozeman From California

It’s a short jaunt from California to Bozeman, and once you’re here, it’s a quick trip to find adventure in any season. Bridger Bowl ski area is only 17 miles up the road, Yellowstone National Park is a quick hour and a half ride, and the rivers, peaks, and mountain lakes are all within a few minutes drive. You can literally hop on a flight in the morning and head to the mountains in the afternoon.

Bozeman Yellowstone International Airport is the busiest airport in Montana, with a robust flight schedule. Non-stop flights are available from Los Angeles and San Francisco, and connecting flights are generally short. Click here for the 2018 summer schedule.

If you are up for a road trip, I-15 North or I-80 East take you through some beautiful country, so build in some time for exploration!

Non-Stop Flights:

Los Angeles, (LAX)

  • United

San Francisco (SFO)

  • United

Connecting Flights:

Los Angeles, (LAX)

  • American, Delta

San Diego: (SAN)

  • United, American, Delta, Alaska

Sacramento: (SMF)

  • Delta, Alaska, American, United

Oakland: (OAK)

  • Alaska, Delta, American

Santa Ana: John Wayne Airport (JWA)

  • (ORANGE COUNTY, Huntington Beach, Newport, Laguna)
  • Delta, Alaska, United, American

Santa Barbara: (SBA)

  • Alaska, American, United

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