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10 Tips for Responsible Hiking

Posted On: September 16, 2021

  Experiencing our wild spaces up close and personal is something everyone should be so lucky to do. The intimacy of seeing wildlife in their habitat, thick vegetation, dynamic weather patterns, and sheer beauty — it does wonders for the soul. But as more and more people venture out, it’s

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The Bridger Raptor Festival Returns October 1-3

Posted On: September 16, 2021

Photo by Shawn Raecke   The largest known Golden Eagle migration in the United States passes over the Bridger Mountain Range each September and October. In 1979, raptor enthusiast Fred Tilly discovered this incredible happening and spent the next four migratory seasons on Bridger Ridge countin

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Best Places to Stay in Belgrade, Montana

Posted On: September 14, 2021

    Belgrade, Montana, is home to Bozeman Yellowstone International Airport, the busiest airport in Montana and the closest town to rest your head when flying in and out. But Belgrade is more than just convenient. Tucked away in this little Montana town, you'll find great restaurants, easy

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7 Ways to Relive the Old West in Bozeman

Posted On: September 09, 2021

  The old western culture in southwest Montana is undeniable. Driving through town, you’ll still see plenty of cowboy hats, western boots, and ample horses and cows. While the times may be changing, there’s still a comforting nostalgia in celebrating Bozeman’s wild west heritage. If you

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The Up-and-Coming Midtown District of Bozeman

Posted On: September 07, 2021

Photo by Saul Creative    Across Bozeman, pockets of town are being upcycled. Original sections of this iconic western town are being reimagined, reconstructed and brought into the modern era. Midtown Bozeman — the area roughly around North 7th Avenue — is the latest to unde

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5 Beautiful Fall Hikes Near Bozeman

Posted On: September 02, 2021

  For locals, fall is easily the best season to get out and hike in Bozeman. In fact, fall might be Bozeman's best-kept secret. The trails aren't as crowded, the weather is a moderate temperature, and the scenery is spectacular. Plus, you may get to experience a dry trail underfoot while gazin

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Newest Restaurants in Bozeman

Posted On: August 31, 2021

  The restaurant scene in Bozeman is on a roll right now, with exciting new places to eat popping up nearly every month. Since springtime of this year, restaurants have been blooming as the city reopens and recovers after a year of temporary and indefinite closures. We couldn’t be happier to

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Pet-Friendly Hotels in Bozeman

Posted On: August 26, 2021

Bozeman is a pet lover's town. Put it this way; local gatherings often have equal numbers of pets and people. Trail systems run throughout the town, and the phenomenal hiking around the area is the perfect playground for animals. Fortunately, many hoteliers in Bozeman appreciate the canine connecti

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Bozeman's Newest Music Venue The Elm Opens September 2021

Posted On: August 24, 2021

Next month, Bozeman’s highly anticipated new music venue, The Elm, will welcome the community for its free grand opening on Friday, September 3, with music by Bozeman-based singer-songwriter Madeline Hawthorne. This all-ages event invites everyone in Bozeman to see the new venue, enjoy local live

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What Makes Bozeman's Downtown the Best in the State

Posted On: August 19, 2021

  The Downtown Main Street is an eclectic mash-up of historic, old western architecture and modern, remodeled spaces. A bootmaker's shop across the street from a new karaoke bar; an old book store next to Athleta. It's always busy, giving it a more urban feel, but simultaneously clean and well

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Explore These State Parks Near Bozeman

Posted On: August 17, 2021

Road tripping in Montana? There’s plenty to see on your way to and from Bozeman, or as a day trip within two hours of the city, especially in the way of state parks. Montana has more than 30 state parks, with several of them near Bozeman. Nearby state parks offer nuggets of local history, wildlif

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Get Ready for Montana State University's 2021 Football Season

Posted On: August 12, 2021

  It's called Bobcat Nation — the tribe of sports enthusiasts who support all things Montana State University. Some are well-studied on the players and opposing teams; others love the camaraderie of their alma mater or the fact that it's a hometown team. Even if you aren't a sports fan, it's

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Golf Courses Around Bozeman

Posted On: August 10, 2021

  Golfing in Montana is unique; the temperature generally doesn't get too hot, the sun sets late, and the views are spectacular. Due to the amount of snow we get in Bozeman, the season may be a bit shorter than most areas, but the quality of play more than makes up for it. Plus, you’ll find

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Planning Your Winter Wedding in Bozeman

Posted On: August 05, 2021

When your dream wedding includes pre-wedding soaking in a hot spring, snow, mountains and vows with a view, you’re right on to be looking at Bozeman. Bozeman is a wedding destination year-round, and for good reason, but winter is an especially magical time to say “I do.” Plus, there are optio

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The Perfect Day Trip to Big Sky from Bozeman

Posted On: August 03, 2021

  Mainly known for being one of the best skiing spots in the U.S. as well as the biggest, Big Sky has an extraordinary summer experience that rivals that of winter. The town and resort host a variety of exciting activities and events going on throughout the entire summer, which is why man

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Treat Yourself at One of These High-End Hotels in Bozeman

Posted On: July 29, 2021

  As Bozeman becomes an increasingly popular vacation destination, hoteliers are taking note. As such, you’ll find most national brands, along with some unique, locally-owned properties. And, if you’re looking to treat yourself to a luxurious stay, you’ve got options. These hotels take p

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Top 10 Most Instagrammable Spots in Bozeman

Posted On: July 27, 2021

  It's not hard to find a great photo in Bozeman, Montana. A glance in any direction will provide a gorgeous view of tall mountains, babbling creeks, or historic buildings. Add in a bit of street art or a few unique murals, and you can turn your Instagram feed into some serious eye candy. But

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Getting Around Bozeman This Summer

Posted On: July 22, 2021

  This summer is shaping up to be one for the memory books. Understandably, we are all collectively ready to hit the road and explore. If you’re planning a visit to Bozeman, knowing how to navigate around town is key to maximizing your vacation time, so we’ve put together a quick guide to

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Guide to Floating the Rivers Around Bozeman

Posted On: July 20, 2021

When it comes to floating the rivers around Bozeman, there are plenty of options. From guided fly fishing and whitewater rafting, to kayaking or canoeing, each river showcases different features at different points, but one thing they all have in common is breathtaking experiences. You can hire a

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Downtown Bozeman's Best Bars

Posted On: July 15, 2021

Bozeman is quickly gaining a well-deserved reputation as an outdoor playground. Bracketed by mountains on all sides, it’s a veritable nirvana for active, sunshine-loving thrill-seekers. What many people don't know is that Bozeman's downtown nightlife is just as much of a draw, especially when you

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Best Viewpoints to Take Pictures of Yellowstone National Park

Posted On: July 13, 2021

Whether you’re an Instagram influencer, a photography hobbyist, or anyone with a smartphone camera, it’s pretty difficult to leave Yellowstone National Park without snapping at least a few pictures. Yellowstone has many features you won’t see anywhere else, so it makes sense that you’d want

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Best Camping Spots Around Bozeman

Posted On: July 08, 2021

While Bozeman is home to beautiful hotels, guest ranches and bed & breakfasts, you may find yourself wanting to spend a night sleeping under the stars when visiting the state known for its big sky. Not much can compare to cozying up next to a campfire and wondering at the blankets of stars over

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6 Amazing Swimming Holes Near Bozeman, Montana

Posted On: July 06, 2021

Montana summers aren't long, but they can get hot. There is nothing better than spending a day at the lake or catching an afternoon dip on a hot day. From local ponds to scenic mountain lakes, there's no shortage of water bodies to cannonball into when you need to cool off. So as the temps hea

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7 Local Downtown Bozeman Boutiques You Need To Check Out

Posted On: July 01, 2021

We may not have the Mall of America, but Bozeman has some pretty fantastic shopping, especially when it comes to local boutiques. In Bozeman, there's a major focus on keeping things local, so you're likely to find stores and items here that can't be found anywhere else. Whether you're looking for q

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Expert Guide to Spotting Animals in Yellowstone

Posted On: June 29, 2021

Nearly as popular as the geysers and hot springs in Yellowstone National Park are the animals. Bison, bighorn sheep, elk, wolves and grizzly bears have become the true icons of the world’s first national park, and for good reason. They’re an integral part of a massive protected landscape that

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