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With the multitude of activities available in Bozeman's back yard, you'll begin to act like a local in no time. From hiking or skiing the mountains to experiencing the power of Yellowstone and its geysers, the land and waters surrounding Bozeman is a magnificent way to experience the area.


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Bozeman is surrounded by magnificent hiking; look in any direction and you’ll find stunning peaks and gorgeous vistas. But the real beauty of the area is the ability to grab a quick hike with beautiful views right outside of town. Drinking Horse Mountain Trail is a local favorite for exactly that reason. The 2.4-mile round trip hike can be done in about an hour, perfect for either quick exercise or a leisurely stroll. 

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Hiking Drinking Horse Mountain Trail

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Date: Aug 16, 2018

Bozeman is surrounded by magnificent hiking; look in any direction and you’ll find stunning peaks and gorgeous vistas. But the real beauty of the area is the ability to grab a quick hike with beautiful views right outside of town. Drinking Horse Mountain Trail is a local favorite for exactly that reason. The 2.4-mile...

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For many anglers around the world, the word "Montana" is synonymous with crystal-clear water, riffling streams and hearty, healthy trout. The state is home to a vast array of world-class, blue-ribbon trout streams, and Bozeman is in the very heart of them. Surrounded by these famed rivers, several storied spring creeks, and more than its fair share of high mountain lakes, Bozeman is simply surrounded by stellar fishing opportunities.

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A Beginner’s Guide to Bozeman Fly Fishing

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Date: Aug 09, 2018

 For many anglers around the world, the word "Montana" is synonymous with crystal-clear water, riffling streams and hearty, healthy trout. The state is home to a vast array of world-class, blue-ribbon trout streams, and Bozeman is in the very heart of them. Surrounded by these famed rivers, several storied spring creeks, and more than...

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The night sky in Bozeman is incredible. Full of stars and without city lights, the dark skies bring a spectacular show of nature and camping is the best way to experience it. The days are equally impressive with 360-degree views, hiking, fishing, swimming and fields of wildflowers to enjoy. We recommend keeping it simple. Pitch a tent, pack some s’mores and get ready to relax! 

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Sleep Under The Stars: Where To Pitch A Tent In Bozeman

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Date: Aug 04, 2018

The night sky in Bozeman is incredible. Full of stars and without city lights, the dark skies bring a spectacular show of nature and camping is the best way to experience it. The days are equally impressive with 360-degree views, hiking, fishing, swimming and fields of wildflowers to enjoy. We recommend keeping it simple. Pitch...

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Tucked up just outside of Bozeman, Hyalite Canyon is a “not so secret” gem for outdoor lovers. It’s no wonder, the area is packed with things to do and there’s not a bad view in the area. Fair warning, plan ahead because these spots can fill up fast! 

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The Perfect Retreat; Camping at Hyalite

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Date: Aug 02, 2018

Tucked up just outside of Bozeman, Hyalite Canyon is a “not so secret” gem for outdoor lovers. It’s no wonder, the area is packed with things to do and there’s not a bad view in the area. Fair warning, plan ahead because these spots can fill up fast!  ...

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In Bozeman, summertime is playtime and there is no shortage of events in August. If anything, it’s hard to fit them all in! Between art, music, outdoor adventure, and western entertainment, you’ll find something for everyone. 

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August Events in Bozeman

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Date: Aug 01, 2018

 In Bozeman, summertime is playtime and there is no shortage of events in August. If anything, it’s hard to fit them all in! Between art, music, outdoor adventure, and western entertainment, you’ll find something for everyone.  ...

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 Bozeman, Montana, has seen an explosion of growth in the past decade, attracting both new residents and visitors who appreciate the mountain-town experience. Montana Office of Tourism and Business Development

The city of Bozeman is a veritable playground for adventurous souls. Located in the southwestern part of Montana, about 90 miles north of Yellowstone National Park, Bozeman features a historic downtown, thousands of acres of national forests to explore, and a vivid history. Whether your tastes lean to adrenaline-fueled outdoor escapades or simply enjoying European-style espresso al fresco amid the beauty of the mountains, Bozeman’s mix of adventure and culture fits the bill.

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How to Have the Perfect Vacation to Bozeman

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Date: Jul 26, 2018

 Bozeman, Montana, has seen an explosion of growth in the past decade, attracting both new residents and visitors who appreciate the mountain-town experience. Montana Office of Tourism and Business DevelopmentThe city of Bozeman is a veritable playground for adventurous souls. Located in the southwestern part of Montana, about 90 miles north of Yellowstone National Park,...

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You have to do some serious climbing to reach Emigrant Peak, as you’ll gain more than 5,000 feet on this trip. Montana Office of Tourism and Business Development

Bozeman is a mountaineer’s hub. There’s a reason the town boasts a cadre of world-class mountain athletes and a mainstream community of peak-bagging outdoor-folk. Summertime bar talk often consists of sharing hiking beta and planning upcoming "goal" hikes, often driven by the simple question: What peak are you going after next?

Thanks to myriad options that suit a variety of skill levels, it’s quite possible for visitors to log a few peaks of their own. Here’s a variety of Bozeman-area classics with views that are worth the climb.

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The 8 Best Peaks with Amazing Views Near Bozeman

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Date: Jul 19, 2018

You have to do some serious climbing to reach Emigrant Peak, as you’ll gain more than 5,000 feet on this trip. Montana Office of Tourism and Business DevelopmentBozeman is a mountaineer’s hub. There’s a reason the town boasts a cadre of world-class mountain athletes and a mainstream community of peak-bagging outdoor-folk. Summertime bar...

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Bozeman is surrounded by mountains, so it’s little wonder that the locals spend much of their recreation time exploring them. Thanks to a bustling cycling community, mountain bikes are a common sight in Bozeman, and riders of all skill levels and preferences will find trails to explore. Whether you’re looking for a lung-busting climb—and the subsequent adrenaline-jolting downhill—or a more mellow, rolling ride along mountain creeks, the Bozeman area won’t disappoint. Here are seven of our favorite area trails.

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The 7 Best Mountain Bike Trails Near Bozeman

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Date: Jul 15, 2018

Bozeman is surrounded by mountains, so it’s little wonder that the locals spend much of their recreation time exploring them. Thanks to a bustling cycling community, mountain bikes are a common sight in Bozeman, and riders of all skill levels and preferences will find trails to explore. Whether you’re looking for a lung-busting...

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Photo: The LARK in downtown Bozeman (Credit: The LARK)

The LARK, a local hotel in the heart of downtown Bozeman, has completed its expansion that began in late 2016. This new building provides 29 additional guestrooms, bringing the total room count to 67. Part of the new addition is a café space on the ground floor, which will be operated by Treeline Coffee Roasters, offering the public and hotel guests espresso, tea, and coffee, as well as light bites for breakfast, such as pastries, and grab-and-go lunch items. Inviting outdoor spaces surround the property and offer comfortable gathering places to enjoy a refreshment and take in the Main Street vibe.

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The Lark Completes Hotel Expansion, Continuing Commitment to Downtown Bozeman

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Date: Jul 12, 2018

Photo: The LARK in downtown Bozeman (Credit: The LARK)The LARK, a local hotel in the heart of downtown Bozeman, has completed its expansion that began in late 2016. This new building provides 29 additional guestrooms, bringing the total room count to 67. Part of the new addition is a café space on the ground floor, which...

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The Montana Grizzly Encounter offers visitors the opportunity to observe rescued bears in a safe environment. Montana Office of Tourism and Business Development

Nestled amidst the Rocky Mountains and tucked into the Gallatin Valley, Bozeman, Montana, carries the reputation of an outdoor lover’s paradise—and for good reason. Most residents play as hard as they work, and they can usually be found recreating on the area’s seemingly boundless array of mountain trails, blue-ribbon trout streams, and world-class ski runs. Thanks to the broad array of recreational opportunities, Bozeman is a year-round playground.

There’s something for everyone, regardless of the weather or the season. Here are a few of our favorite Bozeman-area spots that are the perfect setting for an outdoor adventure.

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10 Awesome Outdoor Destinations within Two Hours of Bozeman

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Date: Jul 10, 2018

The Montana Grizzly Encounter offers visitors the opportunity to observe rescued bears in a safe environment. Montana Office of Tourism and Business DevelopmentNestled amidst the Rocky Mountains and tucked into the Gallatin Valley, Bozeman, Montana, carries the reputation of an outdoor lover’s paradise—and for good reason. Most residents play as hard as they...

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