While the Bozeman area offers a great assortment of outdoor fun during the winter months, sometimes it’s nice to take a break from the cold and spend some time off of the slopes. Knoff Group Real Estate has compiled some of our favorite non-snow activities for an enjoyable winter day in Bozeman.
5. Climb indoors. Located on the south side of town, Spire Climbing Center is an indoor climbing facility with both large walls for route climbing and bouldering walls for enjoyment by all ages and skill levels. The facility features over 18,000 square feet of climbing in addition to a gym and yoga studio. https://www.spireclimbingcenter.com/
4. Visit a museum. Bozeman offers a variety of great museums for all interests. The world-renowned Museum of the Rockies is a classic choice – located near Montana State University. Bozeman is also home to the American Computer and Robotics Museum, the Gallatin History Museum, the Montana Science Center, and the Bozeman Art Museum. To learn more about these museums, click here: https://knoffgroup.com/knoff-group-presents-favorite-things-to-do-during-autumn-in-the-bozeman-area
3. Try out a brewery. Montanans love their micro-breweries and Bozeman is no exception. Whether you’re in the mood for a pilsner, a stout or something in between, the brews available in Bozeman will go above and beyond your expectations.
Mountains Walking on the northeast side of town has amazing rotators and flights. They also make a mean bison chili. www.mountainswalking.com
If you’re wanting a brew with a view, check out MAP Brewing over by the Bozeman Beach. They have a wide variety of beers on tap along with seasonal options. www.mapbrewing.com
Bozeman Brewing Company is a local Bozeman favorite; they’re the longest standing brewery around! You can go check them out over on the northeast side of town. www.bozemanbrewing.com
If you are looking for a spot close to campus, Bridger Brewing is well-known for their gluten-free pizzas and specialty beers. https://www.bridgerbrewing.com
Outlaw Brewing is located behind Target and offers a variety of on-tap beers and seasonal rotators. On the weekends, they have a food truck that you don’t want to miss. www.outlaw-brewing.com
For a more detailed list of our favorite breweries, click here: https://knoffgroup.com/top-5-breweries-in-bozeman/
2. Go shopping on Main Street. Downtown Bozeman offers a variety of shops, including locally owned boutiques, outdoor recreation stores, delicious coffee shops, restaurants, and even some national retail chain stores. Whether you’re looking for handcrafted goods or a stunning piece of art, you’ll find it on Main Street in downtown Bozeman.
1. Go enjoy a soak at one of the many hot springs surrounding Bozeman. Bozeman Hot Springs is located just south of Four Corners off Highway 191. Their facilities boast four well-lit outdoor pools as well as indoor pools, hot tubs, and saunas.
For a half or full day adventure, make a trip to Norris or Chico Hot Springs. Norris Hot Springs is located on the way to Ennis, off MT-84, about 40 minutes from Bozeman. Chico Hot Springs is south of Livingston in Pray, about a 1-hour drive from Bozeman. Both offer relaxed, scenic outdoor soaks.
For a more in-depth summary of local hot springs, click here: https://knoffgroup.com/knoff-group-presents-hot-springs-in-southwest-montana/