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.
Mountain Top Retreat
13705 Cottonwood Canyon Rd.
Bozeman, MT 59718
(note: Yellowstone National Park is not accessible by car in the winter)
Skiing and Snowboarding
Winter enthusiasts can choose from three world-class ski areas within 60 minutes of the city of Bozeman. Each has its own unique character and appeal to skiers of all levels. Bridger Bowl, Big Sky, and Moonlight Basin all receive abundant annual snowfall, making this part of Montana a spectacular skiing destination.
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Feel the excitement of being pulled in a sled by a team of experienced sled dogs! Expert handlers ensure your experience is as exhilarating as it is unique.
The Bozeman area provides winter enthusiasts more than 350 miles of groomed snowmobile trails. These allow you to take off on your own adventure without the fear of losing your way!
Bridger Bowl Ski Area
Bridger Bowl is a non-profit ski area with a laid back feel and a reputation for being the local's favorite. Located 16 miles north of Bozeman on State Highway 86 - Bridger Canyon Road, the resort offers plenty of crowd-free terrain, with some truly radical steeps for those who wish to venture to the ridges above the lifts!
Big Sky Ski & Summer Resort
Big Sky Ski Resort is a family friendly favorite ski area located 55 miles from Bozeman. Big Sky offers one of the largest vertical drops in North America, and many amenities are available available to skiers at the mountain.
Moonlight Basin Resort
At Moonlight Basin, you'll find extraordinary snow, along with superb access to nearly 2,000 acres of terrain, Moonlight Basin is north facing and maintains excellent snow conditions throughout the entire season. With the purchase of the Loan Peak Pass, skiers are able to ski both Moonlight Basin and Big Sky Resort creating the "Biggest Skiing in America."