In Montana’s Yellowstone Country, winter waits for those who know it isn’t just a season, but a way of life. It’s a snowcapped wonderland where world-class outdoor experiences are virtually endless. Powder magazine named Bozeman the No. 1 place to work and live in North America if you're a skier. In addition to an expansive network of Nordic trails, Bozeman boasts two major downhill ski areas: Bridger Bowl, located 16 miles northeast of town, and Big Sky Resort—touting the Biggest Skiing in America®—just 45 miles south. Après ski, soak in the healing mineral waters at Bozeman Hot Springs.
Discover one of the most exciting and diverse small towns in the Rocky Mountain West. Bozeman is exquisitely hip, abuzz year-round with that good-life vibe you get when you’re on Mountain Time. Explore an awesome culinary, scene, live music, galleries, museums, theater, and more than a dozen breweries and distilleries.
Downtown Bozeman features rows of turn-of-the-century buildings, and more than 100 shops and restaurants line this beautiful and historic retail and recreation hub surrounded by six mountain ranges, thousands of acres of national forest land and hundreds of miles of scenic rivers and blue-ribbon trout streams.
Travel through 4 billion years of Earth's history at the Museum of the Rockies, featuring a planetarium, paleontology, ethnology and displays of dinosaurs and dinosaur eggs unearthed in Montana, as well as Plains Indian artifacts, pioneer exhibits and Western art exhibits and a full-scale T. Rex.
Bozeman is one of Yellowstone Country’s hottest hot spots. It’s an unparalleled year-round vacation destination, anchored by Yellowstone National Park, where sublime beauty spills over for miles. Travelers and faithful wanderers have been drawn to Yellowstone Country’s wild places, wild things, thriving communities and extraordinary adventures. Now, it’s your turn. Explore Bozeman and Yellowstone Country, Montana.