Fall is a favorite time of year among Bozemanites. And this year’s fall has not disappointed. Picture yellow and orange Aspen groves and bright red burning bushes lining our extensive trail system. The weather is cool enough for an extensive hike and snow is starting to crown the top of our majestic mountain ranges.
Sound good enough to want to see for yourself? Don’t miss out and book your stay with us. Places to stay in this picturesque mountain book up fast.
Here are just a few ways to spend your time in Bozeman this fall and winter (besides skiing of course):
October: Encounter a grizzly from the safety of behind a fence. The Montana Grizzly encounter is a rescue and education sanctuary located near the west entrance of Yellowstone National Park. The scenic drive down there is worth the trip alone.
November: Jump on a Bozeman Hayride or Sleighride (depending on the weather) at the Sunrise Pack station.
December: Watch ice climbers in action during the 22nd annual Bozeman Ice Fest.
We look forward to greeting you.