Top 12 Tourist Attractions in Bozeman - Travel Montana
Top 12 Tourist Attractions and Beautiful Places in Bozeman - Travel Montana:
Museum of the Rockies, Downtown Bozeman, American Computer Museum, Bridger Bowl, Montana Grizzly Encounter, Palisade Falls, Gallatin Canyon, Gallatin River, Gallatin History Museum, Emerson Cultural Center, East Gallatin Recreation Area Park, Ellen Theater
The Best Places to Visit in Wyoming
The Best Places to Visit in Wyoming
One of the most sparsely populated states in the US, Wyoming is a land of rugged landscapes, rich tribal legend, rodeos, ranches, cowboy towns, and some of the world's great wilderness areas. The Cowboy State is the ideal destination for anyone who wants to explore the dramatic natural beauty of the American West. Yellowstone, with its geothermal wonders, together with the spectacular Grand Teton National Park comprise one of the largest intact temperate-zone ecosystems on the planet. Welcoming nearly 4 million visitors each year across their two official national parks and multiple national forest reserves, Wyoming is considered as one of the wilder and more rugged states. Home to over 65 species of mammals and dozens of species of birds and fish, Wyoming is the nature lover’s state for sure.
#1.Yellowstone National Park
#2.Grand Teton National Park
#4.Bridger Teton National Forest
#5.Flaming Gorge National Recreation Area
#6.Hot Springs State Park
#10.Fossil Butte National Monument
10 Best Places to Visit in Wyoming
10 Best Places to Visit in Wyoming
The 10th largest by area, the least populous and the second least densely populated state in the country, Wyoming is bordered on the north by Montana, on the east by South Dakota and Nebraska, on the south by Colorado, on the southwest by Utah and on the west by Idaho. This is the ideal destination for anyone who wants to explore the dramatic natural beauty of the American West.
Bozeman Montana Tour
- Take a tour of Bozeman, Montana, Montana State University, the downtown, the trails, the recreation, Bridger Bowl, Big Sky Resort, schools, trout fishing and more.
7 Best Day Hikes in Grand Teton National Park
The Grand Tetons was our favorite place to hike in the entire United States, and we have been to quite a few hiking destinations! The combination of huge mountain, gorgeous likes, prosperous wildlife, and great trails makes for a cocktail of epic hiking proportions! Oh, and that doesn't even take into account camping! The Grand Tetons area has some INCREDIBLE and FREE camping options that will absolutely blow you away.
VIDEO TIME STAMPS:
0:00 - Introduction
1:52 - Day 1 - Jackson Lake to Hermitage Point (#5 Favorite Hike)
2:30 - We spotted a bear!
3:43 - Day 2 - Grand View Point to Two Ocean Lake and Emma Matilda Lake (#2 Favorite Hike)
5:50 - Day 3 - Signal Mountain Hike (#4 Favorite Hike)
8:25 - Day 4 - Jenny Lake Loop to Hidden Falls & Inspiration Point (#3 Favorite Hike)
11:10 - Day 5 - String Lake Loop & Taggart Lake Loop with Bradley Lake (#1 Favorite Hike!)
13:08 - Julie Wipes Out in the Snow!
14:08 - Day 6 - Bradley Lake to Garnet Canyon (#6 Favorite Hike)
16:33 - Day 7 - Death Canyon to Patrol Cabin (#7 Favorite Hike)
18:31 - Free Camping outside Grand Teton National Park in Bridger-Teton National Forest!
20:08 - Thank You for Watching & Please Subscribe for More Content!
20:28 - Outtakes and BLOOPERS
20:49 - Storytime - There was a Bear at our Van!
Day 1 - #hermitagepoint
The hike to Hermitage Point is a wonderful start to your Grand Tetons experience! The hike itself is pretty long - just under 10 miles - but it is along the lake for pretty much the entire time, so there is not much in terms of elevation change. It feels like an easy walk, only the walk has some of the best views this planet has to offer! And Hermitage Point itself is...WOW! The point sticks out into Jackson Lake in a way that gives an absolutely wonderful panorama view of the Teton Mountain range.
Day 2 - #grandviewpoint to #twooceanlake and #emmamatildalake
This hike is a bit more challenging, but also more rewarding than the hike to Hermitage Point. The hike we describe is not one single named trail in Grand Tetons, but is the combination of parts of 3 separate trails. However, when you combine the trails as we did, the reward is 3 separate STUNNING sites all achieved by hiking less than 10 miles! If you did all 3 trails separately, you could do 20 miles EASILY! Our way is much better, in our opinion...
Day 3 - #signalmountain
The Signal Mountain hike is basically a 'must' for anyone visiting Grand Teton National Park. The hike offers an absolutely beautiful panorama view at the apex, but along the way is so much wildlife activity on a beautiful forest trail. The hike is moderately challenging, but is more than worth it at the top. Note that you can drive to the top of Signal Mountain if you'd like, however the hike is MUCH more rewarding if you are asking us...
Day 4 - #jennylake Loop
Jenny Lake is a stunning lake that is basically shaped like an ablong circle, making it perfect for a walk around the lake. The hike itself is over 7 miles, however there is not much in terms of elevation gain - after all, you are just taking a lap around the lake! On the opposite side of the lake, you'll be able to see Hidden Falls and Inspiration Point, two incredible sites that are 'musts' on your visit to the Grand Tetons!
Day 5 - #stringlake Loop & #taggartlake Loop with a #bradleylake Detour!
This day was our ABSOLUTE FAVORITE day hiking in Grand Teton National Park (and maybe ever!). The day started out with String Lake, which has a perfectly reflective stillness that DOUBLED the view of the mountains. After that, we went to explore Taggart Lake and Bradley Lake, each absolutely STUNNING in their own right. The 3 lakes we hiked to on Day 5 will always stick out as a special day for us, and one of the most beautiful days we've ever experienced while hiking National Parks.
Day 6 - Bradley Lake and #garnetcanyon
Garnet Canyon is a wonderful hike, and is often used by hikers that are doing multiple days in the Tetons backcountry. The Garnet Canyon hike itself is wonderfully gorgeous, and offers a great view of the same Bradley Lake we hiked to the previous day!
Day 7 - #deathcanyon to Patrol Cabin
The Patrol Cabin is SUPER cool, and very interesting to think about when it was in use. A person was living in this cabin, patrolling the surrounding area, with essentially no contact with the outside world for DAYS at a time. What a TRIPPY experience that is for us to think about in present day!
If you want to read more about hiking and camping in National Parks and SO MANY more adventures we've taken, check out the Wanderful Destinations page on our website!
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4K City Walks: Bozeman Montana 2 - Virtual Treadmill Walking tour Winter North Side
4k City Walks: Bozeman 2 - Winter North Side virtual treadmill walking tour
It's winter and 15F outside and we're doing Second Bozeman, Montana city walking tour in winter. This walk takes us to the more eclectic North side neighborhood. The winter weather is bright but cold this but no problems as long as we stay covered up and no wind. Towards the end, we walk past a couple of hotels and discuss accommodations in this rapidly growing city that makes all the best places to... lists. If you get a chance to travel to Bozeman or visit Montana, be sure to take a walking tour downtown. There are a ton of activities and things to do besides shop.
A few links mentioned in the walk:
Virtual treadmill walk video - #virtualtreadmill #virtualwalk #citywalks
These videos are great for treadmill walking scenery. Getting good health at the gym while traveling to different and special virtual locations.
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Bozeman is a city in and the seat of Gallatin County, Montana, United States. Located in southwest Montana, the 2010 census put Bozeman's population at 37,280 and by 2016 the population rose to 45,250, making it the fourth largest city in Montana. It is the principal city of the Bozeman, MT Micropolitan Statistical Area, consisting of all of Gallatin County with a population of 97,304. It is the largest Micropolitan Statistical Area in Montana and is the third largest of all of Montana's statistical areas.
The city is named after John M. Bozeman who established the Bozeman Trail and was a founder of the town in August 1864. The town became incorporated in April 1883 with a city council form of government and in January 1922 transitioned to its current city manager/city commission form of government. Bozeman was elected an All-America City in 2001 by the National Civic League.
Bozeman is home to Montana State University. The local newspaper is the Bozeman Daily Chronicle, and the city is served by Bozeman Yellowstone International Airport.
Geography and Weather
Bozeman is located at an elevation of 4,820 feet or 1,470 meters. The Bridger Mountains are to the north-northeast, the Tobacco Root Mountains to the west-south-west, the Big Belt Mountains and Horseshoe Hills to the northwest, the Hyalite Peaks of the northern Gallatin Range to the south and the Spanish Peaks of the northern Madison Range to the south-southwest. Bozeman is east of the continental divide, and Interstate 90 passes through the city. It is 84 miles (135 km) east of Butte, 125 miles (201 km) west of Billings, and 93 miles (150 km) north of Yellowstone National Park.
According to the United States Census Bureau, the city has a total area of 19.15 square miles (49.60 km2), of which, 19.12 square miles (49.52 km2) is land and 0.03 square miles (0.08 km2) is water.
Bozeman experiences a dry continental climate . Bozeman and the surrounding area receives significantly higher rainfall than much of the central and eastern parts of the state, up to 24 inches or 610 millimeters of precipitation annually vs. the 8 to 12 inches (200 to 300 mm) common throughout much of Montana east of the Continental Divide. Combined with fertile soils, plant growth is relatively lush. This undoubtedly contributed to the early nickname Valley of the Flowers and the establishment of MSU as the state's agricultural college. Bozeman has cold, snowy winters and relatively warm summers, though due to elevation, temperature changes from day to night can be significant. The highest temperature ever recorded in Bozeman was 105 °F (40.6 °C) on July 31, 1892. The lowest recorded temperature, −43 °F (−41.7 °C), occurred on February 8, 1936.
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VISITED GRAND TETON NATIONAL PARK ON A RAINY DAY. DURING A BREAK IN THE RAIN, WE PULLED OVER TO SEE THESE GORGEOUS YELLOW WILDFLOWERS.
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