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Top 10 Water Rec Ideas for Bozemanites

Thu. Jun. 1st, 2017

by Sarah Cairoli

The dog days of summer are fast approaching, and it can get hot in Bozeman. What’s a sweaty Bozemanite to do? Luckily, we are surrounded by rivers and reservoirs that offer ample opportunity to take a dip. Whether you like to fish,…

Treasure State Parks Await

Mon. May. 1st, 2017

by Angie Ripple

Montana is home to 55 State Parks waiting for each of us to explore. You won’t find much in the way of man-made attractions in Montana; what you will find are breathtaking views, rich landscapes, amazing camping, scenic byways and…

The Olympic Equation: Nordic Sprinter Jennie Bender

Sat. Apr. 1st, 2017

by Kris Drummond

When Jennie Bender was thirteen years old, sitting in her Vermont home journaling about “making the Olympics in either running or skiing,” the often-harsh reality of an athletic career was probably a distant and uninteresting…

Lets Get Dirty!

Sat. Apr. 1st, 2017

I gave a talk last month on getting dirty. You know, the kind of dirt that gets in the soles of your shoes, under your nails and grits in your teeth. (Get your mind out of the sheets, though that’s fun too!). At the talk I passed out…

The Makings of a Forest Plan

Sorting out the Puzzle

Sat. Apr. 1st, 2017

by Mariah Leuschen-Lonergan

Puzzle pieces come in all sorts of shapes and sizes, coming together to create a picture that can be quite intricate and unique.  The Custer Gallatin National Forest started forest planning a year ago, and in 2017 we get into sorting the…

Making Turns with Vasu Sojitra

Adaptive Sports Director for Eagle Mount Bozeman

Wed. Mar. 1st, 2017

by Angie Ripple

Sometimes editorial comes from the most interesting places, this time it was the checkout line at Costco. While items were conveying and the business account for Bozeman Magazine was showing on the back of our Costco card the cashier said…

Don’t Hesitate to Hockey

Wed. Feb. 1st, 2017

The first step is always the hardest.  That is true for everything from monotonous domestic tasks to the things we love most.  We as people spend ample time priming the engine of action with forethought, cost and time analysis, and…

Top 10 Bozeman Valentine’s Day Hot Spots

Wed. Feb. 1st, 2017

Rachel Hergett

In February, we celebrate love, and particularly those we love. Our list of hot spots to spend Valentine’s Day features places to reconnect, to unwind, and most importantly, enjoy each other. As love knows no bounds, the ways we…

Recreation Events

Summer Fun in the Park

Wed. Jun. 28 11:30am-12:30pm

Bogert Park S. Church Ave., Bozeman

Enjoy a free lunch and meet other local parents while your kids play and burn off some energy. Register online.

Scott Enduro Cup Mountain Bike Race

Sat. Jul. 1 7am-5pm

, Sun Valley

As part of the Ride Sun Valley Bike Festival, this two-day enduro race will be the highlight of the four-day festival filled with live music, races, clinics, demos and beer.

Livingston Roundup Rodeo

Sun. Jul. 2 8pm

Park County Fairgrounds 46 View Vista Dr, Livingston

The Livingston Roundup is one of the premier rodeos over the July 4th holiday.

10th Annual Race for Independence

Tue. Jul. 4 8am

Reach Inc. Work Center 322 Gallatin Park Drive, Bozeman

Join us for a 1K, 5K, or 10K run or walk on the trails of north Bozeman.

Random Campgrounds

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.

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.

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.

Random Ski Resorts

Moonlight Basin

101 Madison Rd., Big Sky

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

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.

Big Sky Resort

50 Big Sky Resort Road, Big Sky

Big Sky Resort, Montana is the largest Ski and Snowboard Resort in the United States with…