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320 Ranch

You’ve always dreamed of horseback riding beneath Montana’s soaring clear blue skies, you’ve yearned to fly fish its tumbling trout rivers, and to ski Big Sky Resort or take a sleigh ride through the star dotted Big Sky country...You’ve always talked...

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Bangtail Bike & Ski

Welcome to Southwest Montana’s premier bicycle and ski shop in the heart of downtown Bozeman. Born of an eclectic mix of road and mountain bike heritage Bangtail has become a cycling institution. We carry a full line up of mountain, road, BMX, commuter, urban, fixies, kid’s...

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Bangtail Trail

Bangtail Trail (Grassy Mountain) offers mountain bike opportunities in summer months.Length: 10.0 miles.Trail Begins: Highway 86Trail Ends: Bangtail StationArea Map: Gallatin National Forest Visitor Map USGS Map1: Grassy MountainTownship 1N; Range 7E; Section 8 ...

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Bear Canyon Trail

Bear Canyon Trail is shared with snowmobiles. This trail is not groomed. It offers mountain biking opportunities in summer months.Length: 9.6 km more difficult trail.Trail Begins: BozemanTrail Ends: Bear Canyon AreaArea Map: Gallatin National Forest Visitor Map ...

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Beehive Basin Trail

Beehive Basin Trail is a moderate 5 km single-track loop near Big Sky. The trail begins with a few switchbacks, which is a bit steep. The route then flattens out for about 1 mile before turning steeply uphill. Near the end is a very steep hill. The view is...

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Big Sky Snowmobile Trail

Some sections of Big Sky Snowmobile Trail are for experienced riders only. Portions of the trail at lower elevations generally follow logging roads and are well marked. Upper portions are more difficult to follow; intermittently marked open country. The trail can be broken down into sections. Bear Creek to Squaw...

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Bob Wards

Bob Ward's Sports & Outdoors is the largest and oldest sporting goods retailer in the state of Montana. Since 1917 we have been committed to providing outstanding customer service, merchandise selection, and value. We sell what we know and that is sporting goods. Gear up with us to RUN, CLIMB,...

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Bridger Creek Golf Course

Selected by Golf Digest as one of the ten best courses you can play in Montana, Bridger Creek's reputation continues to grow. The Course will be Montana's only qualifying site for the US Amateur in both 2002 and 2003. It's PGA professionals also teach Montana's only Nike Junior...

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Chico Hot Springs

Chico Hot Springs Resort is a destination resort with both a fantastic conference facility and extensive day spa. Chico is as historic as it is romantic. Set on 152 pristine acres at the base of the Rocky Mountains, there is not a better place to host a business meeting, gather with...

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Custer Gallatin National Forest

The Gallatin National Forest encompasses 2,149,629 acres in south central Montana. The Forest is adjacent to Yellowstone National Park. This Forest contains portions of the Lee Metcalf and Absaroka-Beartooth Wilderness Areas. Big-game species found in the area include bear, elk, moose, big horn sheep, mule and whitetail deer and Rocky Mountain...

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History Rock Trail

History Rock Trail offers mountain bike opportunities in summer months.Length: 4.0 miles.Trail Begins: 10 miles up Forest Service Road 62 (Hyalite Canyon Road) Trail Ends: Trail 422 (South Cottonwood Creek)Area Map: Gallatin National Forest Visitor Map USGS Map1: Fridley PeakUSGS Map2: Mount Blackmore Township 4S; Range 6E; Section 9 ...

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Hyalite Loop Trail

Sections of Hyalite Loop Ski Trail are shared with snowmobiles. This trail is not groomed.Length: 24 km most difficult trail. Area Map: Gallatin National Forest Visitor Map USGS Map1: Fridley Peak ...

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Lone Mountain Guest Ranch

For over 100 years, Lone Mountain Ranch has given travelers the true experience of Yellowstone Country. Just 18 miles beyond the northwest border of the park, tucked between the Montana Rockies, rivers and grasslands, and only 40 minutes from the Bozeman Airport, this is where to find and enjoy the good things in...

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Olson Creek Trail

Olson Creek Trail offers mountain bike opportunities in summer months and skiing and snowmobiling in the winter. ...

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Rainbow Ranch Lodge

Originally built in 1919, Rainbow Ranch Lodge is an award winning, rustic luxury resort that provides both farm-to-table dining and 21 well-appointed guest accommodations, on the banks of the Gallatin River. Its five acres, historic barn and covered deck make it the unparalleled venue for weddings and events wishing for the true...

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Round House Ski & Sports

Round House Ski & Sports is a sports specialty shop selling Alpine, Nordic, snowboarding equipment and clothing. We rent skis in town or at Bridger Bowl and during the summer we offer rafts, footwear, bicycles, backpacking equipment and clothing. We have a full-service shop for all seasons. ...

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Sourdough/Bozeman Creek

Snowmobiles prohibited on the Bozeman Creek Trail (Sourdough Canyon to Mystic Lake). The trail offers mountain biking opportunities in summer months and cross-country skiing in the winter. This trail is groomed intermittently.Length: 10 km of more difficult trail. Trail Begins: 5 miles South Bozeman Trail Ends: Bozeman Creek Area Map: Gallatin...

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Spanish Creek Trail

From the Spanish Creek parking area, there are many options for ski routes into the Lee Metcalf Wilderness. This trail is not groomed. The Spanish Creek recreational/rental cabin available for extended trips. Trips further up the canyon to the high country are recommended for strong and experienced ski parties...

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Sypes Canyon Trail

Sypes Canyon Trail offers mountain bike opportunities in summer months. ...

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Wildhorse/Lick Creek Trail

Wildhorse/Lick Creek Trail is shared with snowmobiles. This trail is not groomed. It offers mountain bike opportunities in summer months.Length: 12.9 km of more difficult trailTrail Begins: Wildhorse\Lick CreekTrail Ends: LoopArea Map: Gallatin National Forest Visitor Map ...

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