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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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Top Summer Events in Bozeman 2021

Posted On: June 24, 2021

It’s official, summer events in Bozeman are back on the calendar, and we couldn’t be more thrilled! This community loves to come together to celebrate art, music, food, exercise, and fun, and this year, it’s going to feel even sweeter. July and August are when all the significant events occur

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Avelo Giving Away 42 Round Trip Tickets to Celebrate Bozeman Graduates

Posted On: June 22, 2021

  Avelo, Southern Montana’s newest low-fare airline, is celebrating the resilient Class of 2021 and the return to travel this summer by gifting 42 round trip tickets to recent graduates residing in Bozeman and the surrounding area.   In all, 21Class of 2021 grads from the Bozeman area

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Fourth of July Weekend in Bozeman - 2021

Posted On: June 22, 2021

In 2021, the Fourth of July is back on again in Montana, and we couldn’t be happier. With vaccines becoming accessible and COVID-19 cases dwindling in the state, many Fourth of July events are taking place this summer after a year of hiatus. Whether you choose to attend an event or get together w

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The Best Montana Rodeos Near Bozeman This Summer

Posted On: June 17, 2021

Summer in Montana is rodeo season. Every town, big or small, has one, and each brings its own flair and feel. Attending a rodeo is a great way to experience and celebrate Montana's culture, with entertaining cowboys and cowgirls, concerts and other rowdy, foot-stompin,' hand-clappin' events. Bozema

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5 Easy Hikes in Yellowstone National Park

Posted On: June 15, 2021

Yellowstone National Park is vast. 2,221,776 million acres vast, to be specific. There’s a lot to see, and a lot that we’ll never see. Driving through the park is essential to get to the different areas, each with unique natural features, wildlife, and incredible landscapes. But to really exper

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Best Restaurants and Bars with Outdoor Seating in Bozeman

Posted On: June 10, 2021

It's that time of year — outdoor patios and rooftop decks are opening up, and there is a buzz of energy around town. As the days get longer, more people will linger over leisurely dinners, soaking up the warm weather and enjoying lively conversation. Bozeman has no shortage of outdoor dining, and

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Top 10 Things To Do in Montana in Summer

Posted On: June 08, 2021

Montana is the kind of place that makes all of your summer dreams come true. Paddleboarding on a clear, alpine lake? Check. A crackling campfire under a blanket of stars? Got that. Two National Parks and endless mountain hikes? Yup. The list could go on and on, but we tried to narrow it down to the

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Bozeman’s Food Truck Round-Up

Posted On: June 03, 2021

In Bozeman, you’ll find them outside breweries, in lonely parking lots, or along busy, walkable streets, always pumping out mouthwatering smells and making you hungry. Small but mighty, food trucks serve hearty and quality meals on-the-go at a lower price point than many sit-down restaurants. Whi

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The Best Wildflower Hikes Around Bozeman, Montana

Posted On: June 01, 2021

Wildflowers give you the best of nature’s beauty, often surprising you with flashes of color as you trek along a hiking trail. You really can’t go wrong with a hike in Bozeman around wildflower season, which can range from April to July and beyond, depending on elevation. But there are some spo

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Top Places to Rock Climb in Bozeman, Montana

Posted On: May 27, 2021

  Bozeman is a haven for rock climbers of all levels, with hundreds of routes that can be accessed within less than an hour of driving. Though famed for its plentiful ice climbing routes in the winter, Bozeman’s canyons offer tons of climbing experiences from spring to fall, from bouldering

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Planning a Solo Trip to Bozeman

Posted On: May 25, 2021

  For many people, traveling solo is their favorite way to adventure. The benefits are understandable; set your own schedule, move at your own pace, enjoy some quiet time and take advantage of the activities you enjoy most. If you find yourself wanting a little alone time, Bozeman is a great p

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Exploring ATV Trails around Bozeman

Posted On: May 20, 2021

  Undeniably, the mountains are one of Bozeman's main draws. Deep in these forests, you'll find pristine alpine lakes, wildflower meadows, towering peaks, and gorgeous wildlife. Mountaineers began flocking here in the 1970s for skiing, rock climbing, and backpacking, hungry for the lifestyle.

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Things to do in Bozeman with 48 hours

Posted On: May 18, 2021

Whether you’re grabbing a quick weekend getaway or passing through on a more extended adventure, 48 hours is plenty of time to get an authentic feel for what makes Bozeman such a popular destination. The pulse of this college town tucked up in the mountains beats heartily; you’ll find people wo

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5 Great Rivers to Fish Around Yellowstone

Posted On: May 13, 2021

  There are miles of rivers flowing through Montana — about 169,829, to be exact. And with that, you’ll find some of the best fishing in the world, especially if you love catching trout in front of a scenic, mountainous backdrop. Many of the visitors to the Treasure State come to visit Yel

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The Coolest Animals in Yellowstone National Park

Posted On: May 11, 2021

Yellowstone National Park draws visitors from all over the world – in part because of its diverse and iconic wildlife. While most people know Yellowstone for its bison, there are nearly 300 species of birds, 16 species of fish, five species of amphibians, six species of reptiles, and 67 species o

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Altitude Gallery in Bozeman: Art for Everybody

Posted On: May 06, 2021

  "Just like everybody else, on March 28, the rug was ripped out from under us," says Amy Kirkland, owner of Altitude Gallery. COVID-19 had reached Montana along with a Shelter in Place order. But that didn't stop Kirkland, who has owned the gallery since 2004. Having watched other brands suc

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Top 10 Things to do in Bozeman, Montana in the Spring

Posted On: May 04, 2021

Spring in Bozeman is a wild mix of warm, sunny days, followed by random snowstorms. It happens every year, and yet every year, everyone forgets that this is normal. Some call it the false spring; others call it mud season. One thing is sure; you'll find people out and about ready to soak up the sun

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