Bozeman Move Real Estate, LLC
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Bozeman Montana Real Estate
32816 Frontage Road, Bozeman MT 59715



Outdoor Recreation
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image Mountain recreation at its best... If you enjoy hiking, biking, fishing, hunting, skiing, snowmobiling, horseback riding, photography, or just relaxing as the alpine days drift by... Montana is the place to be. The world's finest trout streams, ski resorts, and wilderness areas are all close by. You will have easy access to many mountain wonders, including Yellowstone, Grand Teton and Glacier National Parks. The recreational possibilities are endless!

Bozeman is near ten national forests that accomodate a variety of outdoor recreational experiences. Eight miles south of Bozeman in the Hyalite Drainage of the Gallatin National Forest is the Hyalite Challenge area. This area includes six handicapped-accessible trail systems, a renovated rental cabin and several fishing piers. These facilities are specifically designed to accomodate the needs of people with disabilities, families with small children and senior citizens.


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Bridger Mountain Range:

  • Location - Northeast of Bozeman
  • Highest Point - Sacagawea Peak
  • Elevation - 9,670 feet

Madison Range:
  • Location - Southwest of Bozeman
  • Highest Point - Hilgard Peak
  • Elevation - 11,316 feet

Gallatin Range:
  • Location - South of Bozeman
  • Highest Point - Mount Chisholm
  • Elevation - 10,333 feet

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The Jefferson, Madison and Gallatin rivers join together to form the Missouri River at the Missouri Headwaters State Park near Three Forks, Montana. The rivers, steams and lakes in the region offer some of the finest fly fishing for trout found anywhere in the world, and the scenery around our trout waters is spectacular.

Fly fishing enthusiasts will find blue ribbon trout streams minutes from town. Fishermen from all around travel to the Bozeman area to spend quality time on our rivers. Cold clear streams and lakes provide loch leven, rainbow, cutthroat and golden trout, as well as grayling and mountain whitefish. The nationally renowned Madison River, the storied Yellowstone River and the famous Gallatin River are all blue ribbon fisheries located in or adjacent to Gallatin County. Hunting opportunities abound in the area. In fact, there is the opportunity to hunt more species here than in any other area in the western states.

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Yellowstone National Park and additional wildlands mangaged by the U.S. National Forest Service, Montana Department of Fish and Parks, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, and private agricultural interests provide wildlife hunting, photography, or viewing opportunities for many species.

Elk, bighorn sheep, mule and white-tailed deer, coyote, pronghorn antelope, bald and golden eagles, moose, mountain goat, black and grizzly bear, and an array of less obvious, but no less remarkable animals, still find suitable range and habitat here.

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Sources - Bozeman Chamber of Commerce, State of Montana.



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