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Adventure-Filled Day for the Whole Family in Bozeman, MT

Posted On: February 27, 2020

From the time they were only a twinkle, you’ve probably looked forward to going adventuring with your kiddos. The best part about Bozeman is that this family-friendly mountain town offers something for every age group. So get ready for adventure: here’s how to do Bozeman right with kids of any

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Guide To Ice Skating In Bozeman, Montana

Posted On: February 25, 2020

“Skating was the vessel into which I could pour my heart and soul." -Peggy Fleming A long-beloved sport, ice skating began with sharp fragments of animal bone fitted to the bottoms of boots that glided over the ice. In 1572, the first iron skates were made, a game-changer, to say the least! Today

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Spots to Stop in Downtown Bozeman

Posted On: February 20, 2020

Bozeman is utterly walkable: when strolling down Main Street, everything you need is right there along the sidewalk. So put on your walking shoes and get ready to explore. Here are the must-stop spots you should add to your walking tour of Bozeman. Shops to Stop    Shop till you drop at

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A Guide to Sledding Around Bozeman

Posted On: February 18, 2020

If you’re looking for some old-fashioned winter fun for the whole family to enjoy, you’re in luck! Bozeman has some great sledding hills, both in town and close-by. Inexpensive sleds are available at larger retailers or stop by one of the local tire shops for an inner tube. Then end the day wit

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Take a Piece of Bozeman With You; Best Souvenir Shops

Posted On: February 13, 2020

Call it a memento, souvenir or keepsake, a vacation isn’t complete without bringing home a little something to remember your trip by. More than just a t-shirt (though we’re huge fans), little bits of nostalgia come about when you look at a beautiful art piece, spread a local preserve on your wa

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Finding the Right Snowshoes

Posted On: February 11, 2020

Winter in Bozeman doesn’t have to bring an end to the hiking season. Getting out into the wilderness this time of year is magical, and it’s as simple as strapping on a pair of snowshoes! Finding the right snowshoe isn’t difficult, but it’s worth thinking carefully about your goals and abili

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2020 Bozeman Shopping Guide for Winter Gear

Posted On: February 06, 2020

When the weather gets chilly, you want your wardrobe to be extra warm with a jolt of style. And a winter vacation in Bozeman, ski capital of Montana, demands a certain level of outdoor gear to help you stay chic and cozy when the snow flies. Here are our favorite local places to get your outdoor ge

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February Events in Bozeman, 2020!

Posted On: February 04, 2020

We like to think this year started off with the excitement of the roaring ’20s, and we’re not planning to stop. There are five significant productions this month, quite impressive for this sophisticated little mountain town. There’s live music at venues throughout the city, and those interest

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Making a Day of It: Big Sky Resort

Posted On: January 30, 2020

Spending the day at Big Sky Resort is one you won't soon forget. From the top of Lone Mountain, you can see two national parks, three states, and endless mountain ranges; it's truly a sight to behold. And, with 5,850 shreddable acres, 4,350 vertical feet, and 36 lifts, the skiing is as impressive a

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A Texan’s Ski Vacation; Benefits of Skiing in Montana vs Colorado

Posted On: January 28, 2020

It’s no secret that Texans enjoy a complete change of scenery and often hit the slopes for winter vacations. Given that Colorado is just a state away, it’s logical that many people have frequented these resorts…until now. Getting to Bozeman from Texas is easier than you might think, and oh so

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15 THINGS THAT MAKE BOZEMAN, MONTANA PURE MAGIC

Posted On: January 23, 2020

Whether you're new in town or have lived here your whole life, loving Bozeman is a no brainer. Our little town is quite the heart breaker, charming the pants off just about anybody who sets down on its snow or soil. But small towns exist all over the country, so what is it exactly about this one th

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Bozeman Joins “Pledge For The Wild” Collaboration

Posted On: January 21, 2020

  Bozeman Convention and Visitors Bureau is proud to announce our commitment to Pledge for the Wild, a collaboration between five western mountain towns working to enhance and preserve our wild spaces through visitor donations, education and outreach. Bozeman, Bend, OR, Flagstaff, AZ, South L

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Getting to Bozeman is Easier Than Ever!

Posted On: January 17, 2020

The flights into Bozeman keep getting better. This past week, Allegiant Airlines announced a direct flight to Nashville, TN, and JetBlue announced they would bring nonstop service from New York’s JFK and Boston Logan International Airport (BOS). Both flights will operate on a seasonal summer and

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The Perfect Cup of Joe: Coffee Roasters in Bozeman, Montana

Posted On: January 16, 2020

Coffee is the impetus of good conversation and great adventures, and Bozeman is fortunate to have seven exceptional roasters. From the selection of ethically sourced beans to careful roasting and meticulous brewing, these coffee connoisseurs are turning out some seriously good cups of Joe.  

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Winter Scenic Drives; Safety While You Drive

Posted On: January 14, 2020

There is something utterly breathtaking about Montana landscapes in the winter. The rugged mountains seem even more majestic, and the skies appear an even deeper hue of blue against the sparkling fields of snow. Trust us; scenic drives are well worth an afternoon. While we don’t encourage driving

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Places to Dine in Bozeman, Winter Edition

Posted On: January 09, 2020

Winter nights are well spent enjoying long conversations over leisurely dinners, and Bozeman restauranteurs take your dining experience seriously. Everything from locally sourced, grass-fed meats to organic herbs, greens, and veggies to freshly foraged mushrooms, it’s well worth spending time sha

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Top Winter Yellowstone Instagram Photos of 2019-2020

Posted On: January 07, 2020

It doesn't take much to capture Yellowstone National Park in the perfect light – it's a pretty photogenic place. But some Instagram superstars have topped even the apex of imaginable beauty. And when Jack Frost comes knocking, the winter wonderland of the world's first national park makes the perf

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Tips for Winter Recreation Safety

Posted On: January 02, 2020

Winter hit Bozeman with a vengeance this year, and outdoor recreation lovers are thrilled! We’re often asked questions about winter safety, driving, avalanches, and being personally prepared. So we’ve put together some basic tips to help you get ready to get out into the Montana wilderness and

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January Events in Bozeman, 2020!

Posted On: December 31, 2019

  The holiday hustle has ended, and you can finally take a minute to breathe! But don’t get too cozy, January is full of activities—art, culture, and outdoor recreation. Looking for some serious motivation in the new year? Jumpstart it with a 50K fun run! Interested in exploring your creat

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Snow and Go: Best Places Around Bozeman for Winter Fun

Posted On: December 26, 2019

Winter in Bozeman will make even the most diehard snowbird reconsider heading south. With plenty of sun and the perfect amount of snow for scenery and snow sports, Bozeman has the upper hand on winter. No matter your activity of choice, you can discover a way to enjoy it in Bozeman. Here's where to

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Iconic Bozeman: Schnee’s

Posted On: December 24, 2019

  A solid pair of shoes will take you everywhere.  In 1974, Steve and Jean Schnee began repairing shoes on Mendenhall Avenue in Bozeman, Montana. Thirteen years later, they moved their business to Main Street, and for the next 25 years, they would develop a stellar following by building, s

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Enjoying Your Snow-Filled Yellowstone Adventure

Posted On: December 19, 2019

There’s no wrong way to experience Yellowstone in winter, whether you’re on the tightest shoestring budget or you have a little extra you can dispense in the name of luxury. We’ve broken it down into three options, from budget to blowout, that can get you out into the park regardless of your

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Local Ski Events at Bridger Bowl and Big Sky Resort

Posted On: December 17, 2019

The countdown is on…school is almost out for the break, snowboards and skis are packed, and Montana has had a LOT of early season snow! Holidays at the ski areas do not disappoint. Bridger Bowl and Big Sky Resort go all out to bring the spirit of the season to the ski hill! Read on for a list of

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Hiking in Yellowstone: Winter Edition

Posted On: December 12, 2019

Hiking in Yellowstone takes a snowy turn during winter, and we couldn't be happier about it. There's something special about walking through a snowy forest, feeling at peace and perfectly calm in nature. Your winter hikes may involve snowshoes or ice cleats, depending on the conditions, but no matt

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Exploring Holiday Lights Around Bozeman 2019

Posted On: December 10, 2019

It’s here! The season of magic and wonder and everything sparkly. Pockets of Bozeman residents go all out on the bling, so gather the clan, a thermos of hot cocoa, and head out with the curiosity of a kid to stop and soak up the celebratory feeling of the season. Downtown Bozeman Each year sinc

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