Bozeman Boulders

The larger of the two Boulders at the Gallatin County Regional Park. Directions: From Bozeman take Durston Rd. west past 27th St. and turn right on Hunters Way. Take a left on W. Oak St. and then a right on Davis Ln. The park will be on your left side.  Read more >>
The Smallest of the Bozeman Boulders, the "Badass in Training Boulder" is a great place for kids and beginners to get a handle on climbing before moving onto larger objectives. ' Read more >>
Directions: Drive north on N. Rouse Ave. Take a right on E. Tamarack St and follow it until it curves right. The boulder will be on your right side after the curve.  Read more >>
Directions: Located near the "Bozeman Beach" at the East Gallatin Recreation Area, also known as Glen Lake Park. Drive north on N. Rouse Ave past the interstate. Turn left on E. Griffin Dr. and then take a right on Manley Rd. The lake and road access will be on your right. Look for the sign.  Read more >>
Directions: From Main Street head west until it turns into Huffine Ln. Continue on Huffine Ln. past Ace Hardware and turn right onto S. Fowler Ave. Take your first right into Bozeman Pond Park.  Read more >>
Langohr Park Boulder is the first of the Bozeman Boulders to be built. It is located on the Gallagator Trail towards the South end at Langohr park.  Read more >>
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