Bozeman, Big Sky, Paradise Valley & Yellowstone
Winter in Montana is perhaps the most magical season in the Greater Yellowstone. Spirits are high with all the fresh snow this time of year. From Big Sky, to Bozeman, to Paradise Valley and Yellowstone, we’ve rounded up some of our favorite, winter activities you can add to your Bozeman bucket list, outside of skiing, of course…
Horse-Drawn Sleigh Rides at Lone Mountain Ranch
Warm up with a cozy blanket and cup of hot chocolate on a magical twenty-minute sleigh ride at Lone Mountain Ranch. The moonlight ride will take you to the historic ranch’s North Fork Cabin where you will be served a prime rib dinner accompanied by classic cowboy songs.
Upscale, Backcountry Dinner Yurt Beneath Lone Mountain
Experience a torch-lit snow Cat ride to a secret backcountry location for an unforgettable, multi-course dinner served in a private yurt beneath Lone Mountain. Sledding, stargazing, and music are just a few things that will make this night one to remember.
Take A Photo Safari in YELLOWSTONE Park
Forget the summertime crowds and connect with nature as you capture the winter wonderland in your viewfinder. An experienced photographer and interpretive guide will take you to some of Yellowstone’s most scenic spots.
DINNER & ICE SKATING IN BOZEMAN
Dinner and ice skating dates aren’t just for the movies. Bozeman, Montana offers big city culture and small town charm. Grab your skates for a romantic date or a fun, family excursion at the Bogert or Beal Park skating rinks, both located downtown. Afterwards, warm up and refuel with some southern-inspired apps and a hot apple cider (or “toddy”) at Copper Whiskey Bar & Grill.
Unwind and Re-energize at Sage Lodge IN PARADISE VALLEY
Book a mini health and wellness retreat at Montana’s newest luxury resort, Sage Lodge. Montana residents get a discount! Indulge in a spa treatment featuring all organic ingredients before trying garden-fresh produce from nearby farms and house-cured meats at the Lodge’s Grill or Fireside Room, which boast stunning Paradise Valley views.