Summers in Bozeman are short—but man, they're sweet. With so much to do, it's important to plan out the best activities pretty far in advance. Here are our top picks on how to spend your long hot days of summer.
With much of Montana experiencing a little stretch of severe cold weather, I've got some good news out of Australia. A new study conducted there found that the cold, much like exercise, helps produce a good kind of fat in your body that burns calories:
Bozeman motorists are notorious for not fully preparing their cars in the morning for the commute during the winter. How many times have you seen the "one side of the windshield brush off" driving down the street?
You've noticed many establishments around Bozeman now serving Moscow Mules. I'm not quite sure how their popularity gained strength again, but they're quite tasty and can be expensive should you decide to have more than one. I gathered the recipe for you in case you'd like to mak…
January and February are tough months to say you love this place. Yeah, the skiing is generally great but the weather is notoriously unpredictable with some days significantly below zero and others unseasonably "messy warm" in the 40s.
So I've already had breakfast this morning at the Huntley Dining Room. It's really quite pleasant when you're one of the first people awake in the building. Biscuits and gravy are always a good idea in my book. So Big Sky skiing is on the agenda today. "The Biggest Skiing In …
Miss Bridger Bowl or looking to ski here? Take a quick look at the mountain through the eyes of an average guy snowboarder. It's not the crazy, extreme "dude-man-bro" videos you usually encounter. It just gives you a really nice, accurate look at what Bridger is REALLY like.