Wildfire Info


In Bozeman, we’ve been social distancing since 1883. With countless miles of trails and more wilderness than you can fathom, there’s no excuse not to explore responsibly. Plus, in this city, you never look out of place wearing a ski buff. In 2021, we want Bozeman to remain a safe place, welcoming to all who want to play here. We value the safety of our locals and visitors as much as we value the wild places we all love to enjoy. That’s why we all need to do our part to keep Bozeman safe during the COVID-19 pandemic.

If you’re planning to visit Bozeman:

Review the local guidelines
before you visit.

Stay home if
you’re sick.

Understand some services &
destinations may be limited.

When in Bozeman, it’s important to:

Wear a mask or a buff
(warmth and safety!)

Maintain social distance of at least 6 ft
(think the length of a snowboard)

Wash your hands &
use hand sanitizer

Avoid touching
your face

Cover coughs &

Thanks for helping us keep Bozeman safe. For more information about state guidelines during COVID-19, go to one of these general resources.