Skiing, Ice Climbing and Skating in Bozeman, Montana

Skiing, Ice Climbing and Skating in Bozeman, Montana - Jelt Belt

The great outdoors is the #1 reason we call Bozeman, Montana our home. When you live in Montana, you need a belt that can handle all of your favorite outdoor activities. There are numerous winter activities in Bozeman that you can enjoy this time of year. Grab your Jelt and check out our list of top five winter activities in our mountain town, Bozeman, Montana.

Skiing & Snowboarding

We have some of the best Mountains around so of course skiing and snowboarding are at the top of our list. When hitting the slopes in our town you’ll find some of the best locales in the country. Whether it’s Big Sky Resort, Bridger Bowl, or the backcountry, there are numerous destinations to let loose and find the cold smoke.

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Ice Climbing in Hyalite Canyon

Our backyard has one of the highest concentrations of climbable ice in North America. Hyalite Canyon is open all winter and has 200+ routes and gorgeous views!

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Ice Skating In Local Parks

This winter activity is a great way to enjoy the season with the whole family. Some of our favorite outdoor locations for ice skating are Bogert Park, Beall Park, and Southside Park.

Snowshoeing Montana Trails

We love enjoying our Montana trails during the winter. Snowshoeing can transform your favorite route into an endless winter wonderland. Bozeman has an extensive amount of trails that supply amazing snowshoeing opportunities.

Woman cross country skiing while wearing black ski pants with River Turquoise Blue Elastic Jelt Belt and a green down vest

Cross-Country Skiing 

Cross-country skiers can enjoy groomed trails, easy-access trails right from town, and miles of trails in the public lands. Our favorite spots: Bridger Creek, Painted Hills, and Sourdough Trail.