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How far ahead should I plan my trip to Bozeman?
The short answer is: book it well in advance. Lodging, tours, and rental cars can all sell out, particularly in the summer.
Is Bozeman, Montana easy to travel to?
YES! In fact, it’s easier than ever. Bozeman Yellowstone International Airport has nine airlines with service across the country, including 32 nonstop flights to major cities. If you’re driving, you can access Bozeman from I-90 or US 191, which takes you to West Yellowstone, the west entrance to Yellowstone National Park.
How do I get to Bozeman from the airport?
There are a few ways to get to Bozeman from the airport: by way of I-90, Frontage Road West, or Jackrabbit Lane from Belgrade. The drive is 10.8 miles from Bozeman Yellowstone International Airport to the city of Bozeman via I-90, 10.4 miles on the Frontage Road (but it takes longer), or 16.1 miles on Jackrabbit Lane. Be sure to check a map before you go; there are several roundabouts when leaving the airport. Bozeman also has taxies, rideshare, and shuttles to surrounding areas. In addition, there are several rental car companies, and most hotels offer airport shuttle services.
What kind of vehicle do I need?
Deciding what kind of vehicle to drive depends on the time of year. Unless you plan to spend time in the mountains in the winter months, any type of car is acceptable. However, in the winter months, we suggest an all-wheel or 4-wheel drive car, especially if you are unaccustomed to driving in winter weather conditions. The other thing to keep in mind is the gear you’re hoping to bring with you. If you’re planning to rent and haul bikes, skis or other gear, a larger car with storage is probably preferred.
Are there good restaurants and bars?
Absolutely! What would the wild west be without fantastic drink and food to match? Bozeman draws a diverse group of people worldwide, including chefs who have brought their culinary talents to the mountains. As a result, you’ll find a variety of cuisines, plus many restaurants source much of their meat and produce from local producers. The downtown bar scene and outlying areas have a growing number of breweries, distilleries, and amazing craft cocktails to quench your thirst!
Is there a lot to do in Bozeman?
More than you have time for! Bozeman is the adventurer and outdoor enthusiasts playground with miles upon miles of fun. From skiing, mountain biking, hiking, rafting, fly fishing, hunting, rock climbing, exploring, to star gazing the big sky’s of Montana–most often people wonder why they didn’t book a longer trip but not to worry…we have you covered for your next visit!


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