Your First Stop: Bozeman!

Bozeman, Montana at dusk.

8 miles from the airport
40 miles from Big Sky
90 miles from Yellowstone National Park

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. The pioneers of the 19th century, the farmers of the 20th century and the outdoor enthusiasts of today are who followed them and have created a genuinely hospitable culture that defines the Bozeman experience.

In addition to endless outdoor recreation opportunities like skiing and fly fishing, Bozeman has something for everybody. Visitors can explore the downtown area’s boutiques and eateries, get a beer at one of eight local breweries or visit the Museum of the Rockies to admire one of the largest collections of dinosaur fossils in the world, just to name a few. Whether you choose to treat Bozeman as a base of operations or a final destination during your stay, your visit will go down as a memorable experience, if not the highlight of your trip.

By | 2017-10-26T20:42:04+00:00 October 19th, 2017|Bozeman|0 Comments

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