Hey, Bozeman: It’s Fall, Y’all
Fall can last weeks or 12 minutes around here so we always try to capture as much of Bozeman's seasonal color as possible every year.
With so many things to worry about this year, it's more important than ever to take a few minutes and enjoy the natural beauty the Gallatin Valley has to offer.
Sometimes it doesn't last very long, but Fall is perhaps the most beautiful time of year. Let's take a look at what September has to offer thus far.
Autumn 2020 in the Northern Hemisphere began on Tuesday, September 22nd and ends on Monday, December 21st. (Technically, the Astronomical Start of WINTER is on Monday, December 21st, 5:02 A.M. EST.)
If the season cooperates, we'll do another edition of this collection with hopefully even more vibrant colors. But considering the weather can turn on a dime around here, we thought it best to get some Fall pics up before there were no Fall pics left!
If you're into picking apples, there seems to be a bumper crop this year around the area. I've seen TONS of people posting on social media offering fruit for free if you're willing to come pick it yourself.
By the way, you'll notice the pretty Triple Tree Trail below...that trail which is over 5 miles long also has nearly 1,000 feet in elevation gain!
If you've got a pretty "Bozeman in the Fall" picture you'd like us to include here, please let us know! We'd love to include it. The more the merrier when it comes to beauty.