Cross country skiing, Bozeman winter activities,
Harrison, Melynda
Affordable winter pursuitsTo live in Bozeman, you have to love winter, and that means getting out in it. You could pay big bucks and hit the ski slopes, but there are cheaper ways to fall in love with winter too. Read more >>
Brittany Wiser at Bohart Ranch. Photo by Ian Roderer.
Maggie Slepian
A great all-purpose cross-country ski package from Madshus. Read more >>
Overton, Mitch
In Bozeman, many of us not only look forward to the arrival of Old Man Winter, we spend months preparing by saving money for passes and gear, mentally planning Ridge runs, scheduling work vacations, taping hockey sticks—and just plain getting giddy. Read more >>
Harrison, Melynda
After more than an hour of skiing in the shaded, narrow Spring Creek Canyon, I slid into a patch of sunlight. The snow sparkled with promise of longer days, light reflecting off every crystal. My toes were still frozen and the sun on my boots didn’t help warm them. Read more >>
Harrison, Melynda
We are fortunate to live in an area ripe with opportunities for outdoor winter adventures, and no sport gets you further outdoors in the snow than cross-country skiing. Read more >>
Joe Irons
The powder in the hood of my jacket is falling down my neck—I need to clear it out, but I just can’t bring myself to stop long enough to do so. The sun is climbing on the horizon and each pass through the snowfield feels better then the last. Read more >>
Harrison, Melynda
Imagine flying through Yellowstone just inches about the ground. You zoom past lodgepole pines and along rivers not yet full with spring flows. Elk watch from the ecotones and ermine leap out of your way. Rolling meadows are covered in a smooth, sexy blanket that reflects the sun like diamonds. Read more >>
Dave Reuss
Looking for a new venue for your favorite winter activity? Just head over the hill. Doesn’t matter what blows your hair back—once the snow comes down, you can find it in Paradise Valley. Read more >>
Cross-country skiing, Yellowstone
Harrison, Melynda
One winter morning, after spending the night at the Old Faithful Snow Lodge in the middle of Yellowstone, I woke early for a short solo ski tour. The boardwalks around the Upper Geyser Basin were still covered in a thin layer of snow. No one was around. Read more >>
Overton, Mitch
Bozeman is a winter wonderland, and there are lots of opportunities in and around town to get out and enjoy it. With the help of Bozeman’s Parks and Rec Department, here are some fun activities at your local parks this winter. In-Town Nordic Trails Read more >>
Bozeman has a ton of public nordic ski trails in town, in the surrounding mountains, and area all-inclusive ski facilities. Here's a short list with links to details to get you started.Public trails: Read more >>
Pogge, Drew
Do you like to sweat in cold weather? Do you like to wear tight clothing? Do you like to ski with great difficulty up hills before flailing down on flimsy gear? Do you know what lutefisk is, and how it’s made—and still eat it? Read more >>
Hoovler, Sara
Last fall, friends of mine talked me into a three-day, pre-season cross-country ski lesson. Initially, I resisted the idea of trading a lazy Thanksgiving in front of the TV with a giant bird browning in the oven for skinny skis, wicking layers, and aerobic exercise. Read more >>
Patterson, Amber
West Yellowstone has long been famous as a hub for cross-country skiing and hosts two awesome events every year that draw skiers from all over. Closing out the winter tourist season is the 31st annual Rendezvous Ski Race, held March 6. Read more >>
Harrison, Melynda
Like many of us, Bozemanites Chris Axelson and Mandy Bowden had a dream. A dream to open a family-style, sustainable Nordic Center. But unlike many, Axelson and Bowden are actually making their dream come true. Read more >>
Lara Vaienti
Nordic skiing near the Park.
Winter, Bozeman, Lionhead, Montana
Melynda Harrison
Go to your bosom: Knock there, and ask your heart what it doth know. —William Shakespeare Read more >>
Sundem, Garth
At Bohart Ranch, there’s a point at the bottom of Psycho Pit when the groomed trail bends hard right. Only one pair of skinny tracks jumps the ruts, heading straight into the trees. Read more >>
Megan Ault
Best skiing of the year.
Mike England
A day at Mountain Meadows Guest Ranch.
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