Outdoor Summer Camp

Sun. Sep. 1st, 2019

Montana Grant

Summertime is a great time to train future outdoorsman and women. The outdoors is full of life, fun, and critters. This is a perfect time to introduce new sports to the fold. Fishing Derbys serve the same role for future fishermen.Start by…

Top 10 Fall Hikes Around Bozeman

Sun. Sep. 1st, 2019

Kate Springer

Fall is one of the best times to hike in Bozeman because the tourists have left, making the trails less crowded. The colors as the leaves begin to change are beautiful to see.  Here are ten of the best fall hikes in and around…

Soak City

Montana Hot Springs

Thu. Aug. 1st, 2019

Montana Grant

Montanans love to soak! Once the summer heats up, herds of Montanans flow to the lakes, rivers, spas, and hot springs. Their goal is to soak away their stress and problems. The minerals in the waters can also be beneficial.Native nomadic…

The Headwaters Three Ways

Thu. Aug. 1st, 2019

by Sarah Cairoli

Montana has almost 170,000 miles of river, but the 18 miles leading into the Missouri River’s headwaters are some of the most scenic in the Bozeman area. Although not considered the best fishing waters, the final stretches of the…

Getting Plugged in to Bozeman

One Newcomer’s Quest to Call Bozeman Home

Thu. Aug. 1st, 2019

Sarah May

After making the three-day cross-country move, I stared wide-eyed at the Bridger Mountain range eager to make Bozeman feel like home. Moving from Georgia to Montana meant over 3,000 feet in elevation gain, limiting my ability to see…

Get the Most Out of Your Fly Shop Experience

Mon. Jul. 1st, 2019

Fly shops can seem like a secret society, one that to the outsider is largely mysterious and a little intimidating. Men who have dedicated their lives to the gentle sport of fly fishing sit behind the counter tying flies, pouring over maps or…

Yellowstone Fish Tales

Mon. Jul. 1st, 2019

Montana Grant

Fish have always been abundant in Yellowstone Park. The watersheds have been healthy and perfect habitats for trout. Yellowstone Lake alone is 136 square miles of trout habitat. The average depth is 139 feet and as deep as 390 feet.…

Recreation Events

Women's Drum Circle

Tue. Oct. 8 7-8pm

Unitarian Universalist of Bozeman Fellowship Hall 325 N. 25th Ave., Bozeman

ALL WOMEN ARE WELCOME. All levels of musical ability. Bring your own drums and other percussion, or use our loaners. Sweat your prayers, make a joyful noise, connect with others!

Yoga for All

Every Tuesday until Dec. 24, 11-11:45am; Every Tuesday until Dec. 24, noon-12:45pm

Bozeman Public Library 626 East Main Street, Bozeman

All abilities are welcome! Please bring your own mat.

Bozeman Inklings

Second, Fourth Thursday until Nov. 14, 6-8pm

Yellowstone Theological Institute 2030 Stadium Drive, Bozeman

Yellowstone Theological Institute is proud to sponsor the formation of the Bozeman Inklings group! Open to all MSU students, faculty, and interested community members.

Tour de Hyalite

Sat. Sep. 21 7am

Hyalite Canyon Mulitple Campgrounds, Bozeman

A running/climbing race that starts at the Hyalite Creek parking lot and then runs to the top of Hyalite Peak and back.

Rockin' the M

Sat. Sep. 21 9am-1pm

MSU SUB (Strand Union Building) 280 Strand Union, Bozeman

Freshman can give the rocks of the “M” a fresh coat of paint to refresh the staple of the MSU and Bozeman communities. Pre-registration is required.

BPS Ghost walking tours - National Ghost Hunting Weekend Edition

Fri. Sep. 27 8-10:30pm

Near the Court House corner of south 3rd and main street, Bozeman

Join Bozeman Paranormal on our annual ghost walking tours. Learn about the colorful history of Bozeman's past residents and reports of paranormal activity in various downtown areas.

Regional Campgrounds

Red Cliff Campground

7 miles S of Big Sky on US 191

This campground sits next to the Gallatin River, at an elevation of 6,200 feet. Most campsites are situated among scattered pine and fir trees. Some sites are located in open meadows further from the river.

Hyalite Canyon Mulitple Campgrounds

Chisholm - 18 miles S of Bozeman on
S 19th to Hyalite Canyon Rd
Hood Creek - 17 miles S of Boz. on 
S 19th to Hyalite Canyon Rd
Langhor – 11 miles S of Bozeman on 
S 19th to Hyalite Canyon Rd

Built in the 1940s, Hyalite Canyon has year-round recreational possibilities and refreshing…

Mallard’s Rest Campground

4 miles S of Livingston on US 89, 6 miles E on Pine Creek Rd

Mallard's Rest has 13 designated tent and trailer campsites, latrines, and a boat ramp. Fishing and boating may be enjoyed here.

Loch Leven Campground

9 miles S of Livingston of US 89 to mile post 44, 2 miles E, 4 miles S Rt 540

Loch Leven Fishing Access Site is located on the Yellowstone River 514 miles from the mouth on the right hand side as you face downstream.

Montana Ski Resorts

Lookout Pass Ski Area

Wallace

Skiing & Snowboarding off I-90 Idaho & Montana border. Ski Resort with year-round activities; Mountain biking, cycling trails, ski & bike terrain.

Moonlight Basin

101 Madison Rd., Big Sky

Moonlight Basin was a ski resort in southwestern Montana, located in the Madison Range of…

Discovery Basin Ski Area

Anaconda

An expert's brand of thrills served up in a local's hangout, Discovery is a terrific find that will remind you what skiing in Montana is all about.