The trip from Bozeman to Big Sky is a simple one; just head south on Highway 191 from Bozeman or the airport and you’re there. But just because something is simple, doesn’t mean it isn’t extraordinary. This route follows the emerald-green Gallatin River as it weaves through a coniferous landscape, scattered with robust cliff faces and abundant wildlife.
Just 10 minutes from the airport, present-day Bozeman has served as a confluence of cultures long before William Clark first passed through in 1806. This is an area where Native American people such as the Crow, Blackfeet and Shoshone (among others) passed through for thousands of years.
In a time when inter-terminal train journeys, arduous car rental quests and insanely long security lines are commonplace travel barriers, Bozeman Yellowstone International Airport diverges from the norm. Consisting of a single, modernized terminal, traveling through this airport is as simple as travel gets.
Welcome to a place where the Great Plains meet the Northern Rockies; where wide-open spaces are defined by the peaks that tower over them, the crystal clear rivers that run through them and by the people who call this divine landscape home. The natural wonders that exist here dwarf others in comparison and are punctuated by towns, cultures and lives that mimic the grandeur of their surroundings.