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Next month I'm going to Big Sky flying into Bozeman for a ski trip. Is there a shop in town I should check out or some winter wonderland experience that is a must do? I've seen the horse drawn carraige rides and dinner in a yurt. Is there anything else? Thanks in advance for your replies!
There is always the Bozeman Hot Springs.
I thought about saying that too. There are some road closures so you would have to go the long way around to see Old Faithful. But I do not recommend the snow coaches. My ex did work on the lodge at Old Faithful in the winter years ago before some New Jersey judge ruled them out. (Grumbles and realized soapbox is missing again so can't say more on subject.) On a snowmobile the buffalo, if spooked are hard to outrun. Snow coaches are not as fast. To get an idea of how big these animals are, look at my Yellowstone page and at the travel log "Visitor".
Ahh, great tips! I didn't realize Yellow Stone was so close.
The Museum of the Rockies is a marvelous museum with something for everyone. Art exhibits, reptiles, Indian artifacts, dinosaurs, and a “living history” exhibit outside. If you like that sort of thing, it is worth going. It is either on--or right by--the University campus.
When I was there this past fall it was under construction.
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