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ABOUT BOZEMAN

A small town feeling with big city amenities, beautiful Bozeman is nestled in the upper Gallatin River Valley in the heart of the Rocky Mountains.

With nearby ski resorts, countless acres of public land, national parks, and a vibrant university, Bozeman and the Gallatin Valley are one of the most desirable "Last Best Places" in America to live and own property...

The Bozeman Public School system covers an area greater than just the City of Bozeman. The school system involves two districts — Elementary District No. 7 and the Bozeman High School District. The elementary district covers approximately 300 square miles. The high school district covers approximately 1100 square mile, encompassing nine elementary districts — Bozeman, Cottonwood, LaMotte, Monforton, Gateway, Anderson, Sedan, Malmborg and Ophir...

Western living doesn't mean giving up cultural events associated with larger cities. Bozeman attracts a variety of talented artists and Montana State University has an ambitious Shakespeare in the Park series. From country music to spicy jazz and symphonic orchestras, Bozeman is home to many genres of concert events. Toss in ballet, classical ensembles, theater, and a huge number of sports events at Montana State University, and you won't be lacking for entertainment...

Bozeman's climate reflects its mountain valley location in one of the few regions in the country where the climate is comfortable year round due to the low humidity. Summers are pleasant, characterized by warm days, cool nights and an abundance of sunshine. Winters bring fluctuating temperatures, but mild winter weather is not unusual and a week or more of consistently cold weather is rare...

It's impossible to live in the Bozeman Valley and not experience its rich and vibrant history at every turn. Once the home to abundant herds of bison and other wildlife, early Native Americans lived in and traveled through the valley for thousands of years. Europeans arrived in the early 1800s with the Lewis and Clark Expedition, and soon afterwards trappers arrived searching for beaver pelts to send back East for hats and coats...

Outside Magazine recently rated Bozeman as one of the 15 best sport cities in the U.S. with outstanding opportunities for fly fishing, downhill skiing, hunting, hiking, camping, climbing, canoeing and kayaking. Nearby public lands are just a short drive away where you'll discover endless escapes into a whole new world of outdoor activities—camping, hiking, fishing, and biking are favored summer family activities, while come winter, the hills beckon for snowmobiling, cross-country and downhill skiing...