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Bozeman
Bozeman

Contact for more information:
Bozeman Area Chamber of Commerce
P.O. Box B
2000 Commerce Way
Bozeman, MT 59715
800-228-4224 or
406-922-0450
Fax: 406-586-8286
Email: candrus@bozemanchamber.com
Website: bozemanmeetings.com
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QUICK TOUR OF THE AREA
The Bozeman area offers a wide variety of accommodations, restaurants, and meeting facilities to accommodate groups from 5 to 500. Unique ranches, resorts, historical properties, and modern hotels offer a distinctive western flair and gracious hospitality. Home to Montana State University and surrounded by the Gallatin National Forest, Bozeman is home to numerous cultural and outdoor recreational opportunities. Founded in 1864 by John Bozeman, the area’s unsurpassed beauty has lent itself to such movies as The Horse Whisperer and A River Runs Through It.

PICK YOUR SEASON
WINTER: Bridger Bowl, Moonlight Basin and Big Sky Ski &Summer Resort offer some of the best skiing in the Rocky Mountains. You will find world-class cross-country skiing at one of the many Nordic centers in the area. The Christmas Stroll kicks off the holiday season on Main Street the first weekend in December.

SPRING: Springtime is beautiful in Bozeman. Snow-capped peaks surround a lush green valley. Take a hike and enjoy a multitude of wildflowers in bloom. This is the best time of year to enjoy whitewater rafting and kayaking.

SUMMER: Festivals and fairs mark the summer months in Bozeman. Enjoy spectacular Fourth of July fireworks or take in the many sights and sounds of the Sweet Pea Festival of the Arts. Evening gallery walks and outdoor dining offer relaxing options after a hard day at play.

FALL: Take a short drive to observe the many wonders of Yellowstone National Park this time of year, including bugling elk and beautiful fall colors. The Bridger Mountain range is home to one of the largest migrations of golden eagles in the lower 48. The Bridger Raptor Festival offers opportunities to observe and learn about these amazing birds.

ATTRACTIONS Located only 90 miles from Yellowstone National Park, Bozeman is your Yellowstone connection. Whether your idea of a good time is meandering down mountain trails, wetting a line in renowned blue-ribbon trout streams, or skiing deep powder on premier slopes, Bozeman overflows with outdoor activities. Bozeman also features a multitude of cultural activities including Montana Shakespeare in the Parks, the American Computer Museum, the Gallatin Pioneer Museum, the Intermountain Opera Company, the Bozeman Symphony, and the Museum of the Rockies. Anchored by an historical downtown that includes unique restaurants, art galleries, boutiques, and theaters, Bozeman holds the charm of an era gone by.

FACTS AND FIGURES
Population: 38,000
Number of hotel rooms: 1,800
Largest single meeting facility: 12,000 square feet

MILEAGE FROM
Yellowstone National Park: 90 miles
Big Sky Ski Resort: 35 miles
Bridger Bowl Ski Resort: 20 miles
Glacier National Park: 312 miles

GETTING HERE
Interstate/Highway:
I-90, US 191, MT 84, MT 86

Airlines:
Allegiant Air 702-505-8888
Delta 800-221-1212
Frontier 800-432-1359
Horizon 800-547-9308
Northwest 800-225-2525
United 800-241-6522

 


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