Bozeman is called “the most livable place” for good reason. Known for its world-renowned fly fishing, dramatic mountains for hiking, mountain biking, rock climbing, skiing, hunting, and backcountry exploring on any given day, you can deeply experience the wild places in and around Bozeman. A gateway to Yellowstone National Park, Bozeman’s unique location offers access to natural wonders and a city experience a single day. After a day of adventuring, you can dive into Bozeman’s thriving arts and culture communities with street festivals, farmers markets, and live music.

Bozeman’s special wild places include:

  • Custer Gallatin National Forest - Est. 1899

  • Yellowstone National Park - Est. 1899

  • Bridger Bowl - Est. 1940

  • Lee Metcalf Wilderness - Est. 1983

  • Absaroka Wilderness - Est. 1978

  • Yellowstone & Gallatin Rivers

To make a direct donation Gallatin Valley Land Trust, the nonprofits supporting Bozeman’s wild places text WILD4BOZEMAN to 44321, or click the button below.