Bozeman, Montana Recreation 2017: Parks, Hunting, Fishing, Hiking, Skiing, Climbing, Cycling, Golfing, Horsemanship and more…
Bozeman, MT and Big Sky SW Montana Ski Areas, Skiing as SW Montana Recreation
2017-18 Bridger Bowl Skiing and Snowboarding Area Information
Bridger Bowl is a private, nonprofit community ski area with no owners. Consequently, all proceeds are reinvested into the area to cover operational expenses and improvements. Because there are no owners or shareholders to compensate, Bridger Bowl can afford to offer low-cost tickets for high-quality skiing and snowboarding. And after skiing this premiere non-profit Montana ski area, visit Bozeman, Montana for a host of other Montana winter-time activities.
2017-18 Big Sky Ski Resort Snow Boarding and Downhill Skiing Information
Considered one of America’s top ten ski resorts–and one of the favorite Montana ski resorts–the modern lifts of Montana’s Big Sky Resort transport skiers and snowboarders up the slopes of regal Lone Mountain, Andesite Mountain, and Flat Iron Mountain for up to 4,350 vertical feet of descent. Learn to ski at Big Sky Resort’s world-class ski school or simply enjoy all the other winter opportunities Big Sky, MT has to offer.
2017-18 Moonlight Basin Ski and Snow Board Resort Information
Moonlight Basin Ski Resort is on the north face of Lone of Mountain and opened in December 2003 after careful, environmentally sensitive planning and development Moonlight Basin has quickly gained a reputation as a first-class, year-round destination, Montana snowboarding and ski resort.
Bohart Ranch Nordic Cross Country Ski Center
In June 2017, Crosscut Mountain Sports Center bought Bohart for $2.5M and plans opening the area for the 2017-18 cross-country and skate ski season.
Next door to Bridger Bowl you’ll find Bohart Ranch Cross Country and Nordic Ski Center, just 16 miles northeast of Bozeman, Montana in Bridger Canyon. Bohart Ranch is also 90 miles north of Yellowstone National Park. Bohart Ranch offers some of the highest quality Nordic skiing in the United States. Bohart Ranch has a 27km scenic trail system, on both private and US Forest Service (USFS) lands, which winds through terrain well-suited to all skiing abilities. The trails are professionally groomed for both classic cross country and skate skiing. And in the summer bring your mountain bike because, Bohart has excellent mountain biking and hosts the Bohart Bash, a national mountain bike race.
Bozeman, Montana Recreation: Golf Courses
Public Bozeman Golf Clubs:
Private Bozeman Golf Courses:
Bozeman, Montana Recreation: Bozeman Parks Map (Enlarges)
Within Bozeman’s city limits, the Bozeman Parks Division is responsible for the overall development and maintenance of 42 public parks, 52 miles of trails and associated sports fields and open space.
Many local Bozeman groups assist in the upkeep of Bozeman’s parks, open spaces, and 52 miles of trails. A few of them are: the East Gallatin Recreation Area: Sunrise Rotary; Breakfast Optimists Club: Bozeman Ponds; Bozeman’s many miles of trails: Gallatin Valley Land Trust.
Many Bozeman Home Owner’s Associations maintain their neighborhood’s city parks.
Bozeman, Montana Recreation: Trap Shooting Clubs
|Gallatin Action Shooters||4442 Bannock Drive, Bozeman MT 59715||(406) 585-3767|
|Gallatin Sporting Clays||Bozeman, MT 59772||(406) 388-1346|
|Bridger Skeet Club||Belgrade, MT 59714||(406) 580-0866|
|Manhattan Wildlife Association||18 Angus Drive, Belgrade MT 59714||(406) 288-1517|
Bozeman, Montana Recreation: Fly Fishing Clubs: Bozeman Trout Fishing
|Gallatin Valley Wad’n Women||13840 Kelly Canyon Rd., Bozeman MT 59715||(406) 585-8348|
|Headwaters Fly Fishers||PO Box 10428, Bozeman MT 59719||(406) 551-4163|
|Madison-Gallatin Chapter of TU||Bozeman, MT 59715||(406) 587-5501|
Bozeman, MT Recreation: Climbing: Rock, Ice, Sport
Bozeman’s annual Ice Festival began in 1996 and promotes and protects access to Montana recreational ice climbing in Bozeman’s Hyalite Canyon. The Ice Festival in Bozeman, MT also strives to develop Olympic-caliber ice climbing competition in southwest Montana. Professional and novice ice climbers from around the world visit Bozeman in December each year to participate in clinics and World Cup events, enjoy gear demonstrations and inspiring films, and attend evening entertainment.
Bozeman’s Spire indoor rock climbing gym has over 18,000 square feet of recreational climbing surfaces catering to all climbing skill levels, offering 31 top ropes, 39 lead lines, and six auto belays.