Bozeman, Montana is one of the top destinations for a western Rocky Mountain vacation. The area boasts vast mountain ranges and superb ski resorts, a top dinosaur museum, an active downtown and many dining options. Yellowstone National Park is a short drive away.
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Enjoy the thrills, chills and excitement of a lifetime by taking a whitewater rafting trip on any of the scenic rivers of Montana.
Fishing & Fly-Fishing
Sparkling trout streams, rivers, and lakes make Bozeman, Montana a fisherman’s paradise. Nearby rivers like the Yellowstone, Madison, Gallatin, Big Hole, and Jefferson entice novice and experienced anglers year-round to stalk spirited fish in pristine, rushing waters beneath snowy mountain peaks. Most rivers have excellent public access, and for those who want to put the odds further in their favor guides are available for float and shore fishing trips. You've heard of these rivers, you've read about them in magazines, now discover for yourself why Bozeman is a world-renowned fishing destination.
Bozeman has six excellent golf courses that provide for beginner to expert level golfers. In fact, many are located within a short distance of the city's center, and some are on public bus routes.
Do you hunt? Then you know Montana is legendary for big-game hunting! Moose, elk, mule deer and white-tails are abundant, and they grow to trophy sizes. More exotic tags, such as black bear, mountain lion, and others are available too. Whether you use a bow or rifle, this is the place you have been longing to hunt.
Several local outfitters offer a wide variety of horseback riding options in Bozeman, Montana. You can take anything from hourly, half-day or full day rides to multi-day trips that can be combined with other activities such as hunting, fishing photography and cattle drives.
Enjoy the many different biking opportunities in Montana. The region abounds with single-track trails for beginning and expert mountain bikers, or you can enjoy touring long, rolling country roads if you prefer a street bike. Thanks to the efforts of local enthusiasts, Bozeman bicycle friendly, and it is not uncommon to see bikers taking part in sponsored races and events throughout the summer.
Hiking & Backpacking
There are miles of hiking and backpacking trails in the mountain ranges and forests that surround the area. Rugged peaks, high-alpine lakes, exotic wildlife, beautiful flowers, and phenomenal views combine to make any hike a memorable experience.
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