A Day of Winter Fun – Biking and Skiing Around Bozeman [WATCH]
Biking and cross country skiing are two of the easiest hobbies to enjoy around Bozeman. In town, there are excellent trails that are well maintained in the winter, or you can head to the hills for a "less manicured" experience.
SingleTracks.com gives good information in their article "10 Things You Need to Know Before Biking in the Snow".
Where are the cross country ski trails in Bozeman? (There are tons of great ones IN TOWN that are well maintained by the Bridger Ski Foundation.)
- Sunset Hills (Lindley): Groomed for skate and classic. Please park at the Softball Field lot. No skier parking at Lindley Center.
- Highland Glen: Groomed for skate and classic.
- Bridger Creek: Please don't park in the neighborhoods off Boylan Rd.
- Sacajawea Middle School: Ungroomed (as of November 8th but check updated conditions in the link below)
- Sourdough/Bozeman Creek: Ungroomed. Grooming does not begin until December 2, per our agreement with the Forest Service, so that grooming activities do not interfere with hunting season.
- Hyalite: Ungroomed. Grooming, primarily provided by the USFS, does not begin until December 2, so that grooming activities do not interfere with hunting season.