Stewards of our Spaces

Sun. Dec. 1st, 2019

Montana Grant

Earth is becoming a more crowded place. Our personal spaces are gradually getting smaller. Urban folks have way less space than us Montanans. No matter how much space you have, we all have something in common. No one wants to have spaces that…

Top 10 Indoor & Outdoor Winter Activities for Bozeman Families

Sun. Dec. 1st, 2019

Abby Hernandez

Outdoors Winter Hiking Just because there is a little (or let’s be honest A LOT) of snow on the ground doesn’t mean you can’t still get out for some winter hikes with the kids. The awesome part about living in Bozeman is…

10 Best Things to Do in Bozeman During the Winter

Sun. Dec. 1st, 2019

Kate Springer

Whether you live in Bozeman or are visiting, you probably want to get out and experience the best of winter in Bozeman. Here is a list of the best things to do in Bozeman during the winter.  1. Skiing (of course) This one is a…

Developing Skiers, Leaders and Champions

Fri. Nov. 1st, 2019

Luke Brown

Nick Michaud is bringing passion, energy, and thoughtfulness to the lives and athletic careers of those he coaches in Bozeman, around the country, and across the world. After recently retiring from his own professional nordic skiing…

Do I need to work out before ski season?

I’m not an Olympian

Fri. Nov. 1st, 2019

Sarah May

As fresh snow blankets the Bridgers and Big Sky comes to life, we break out our skis with eager anticipation of fresh powder and days spent skiing down the mountains we call home. For most of us, skiing is a seasonal recreation and we…

Yellowstone National Park: Nature’s Teapot

Tue. Oct. 1st, 2019

Montana Grant

Years ago, my first Science Fair project was entitled “Nature’s Teapot!” I had visited Old Faithful and Yellowstone Park that summer and was now an expert on geysers. There is something amazing about watching, smelling, and…

Top 10 Activities For Fall in Bozeman

Tue. Oct. 1st, 2019

Kate Springer

Fall is such a glorious time here in Bozeman! The colors are beautiful, there’s a chill in the air and everyone is soaking it up before settling in for a long winter. Here are the ten best ways to take advantage of fall in Bozeman.…

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…

Recreation Events

Women's Drum Circle

Tue. Dec. 10 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.

Mountain Yarns

Thu. Jan. 2 7:30-9pm

The Mountain Project 507 Bond Street, Bozeman

A community story telling series dedicated to sharing adventures and experiences in the outdoors. 3 speakers per night. All proceeds donated to local non-profits.

Wildrye Acoustic Wednesday

Every Wednesday, 6-8pm

Wildrye Distilling 111 East Oak Street Suite 1E, Bozeman

Receive $1 off all whiskey cocktails and enjoy live music featuring local artists.

Trailhead Tuesday

Tue. Dec. 10 5:30pm

Mountains Walking Brewery 422 North Plum, Bozeman

Join the REI experts at Mountains Walking Brewery for a casual outdoor info session

Regional Campgrounds

Montana Ski Resorts

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


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.

Lost Trail Powder Mountain


Offers affordable family skiing in the Rocky Mountains. Located at the top of Lost Trail Pass, at the head of Montana's Bitterroot Valley.

Lookout Pass Ski Area


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