Bozeman, Montana708 N Rouse
Bozeman, Montana 59715
The gorgeous skyscraper mountains surrounding western Montana's natural playground make a stunning backdrop for some of the best restaurants, bars, and shops in the state. As the county seat of Gallatin Country, Bozeman is the fourth largest city in the state. Boutiques and local shops line the historic downtown main street, which is lively day and night. The city is home to many restaurants as well as five brewing companies that pair craft beers with live music and good eats. A college town at heart, Bozeman is the home of Montana State University, which was founded only four years after Montana became a state. Many people come to Bozeman for the skiing at Bridger Bowl, which regularly sees the most snowfall in the continental United States, and Big Sky Resort, which is known for its size and legendary terrain. Both ski areas are just a short drive from town. Come summertime, snow gives way to trails for mountain bikers, hikers, and horseback riders. Three rivers thread through Bozeman's nearby mountain ranges, offering world-class fishing and whitewater rafting. The scenery seamlessly gives way to Yellowstone National Park, which is less than 100 miles south and is famous for its hot springs and gushing geysers.