Bozeman, Montana

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Date: Ongoing
Time: Varies by Season
Price: $305-$330.63
Location: Big Sky Resort 
Type: Snow Sports
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Big Sky Resort 4 of 5 Day Pass
Big Sky Resort 4 of 5 Day Pass at Big Sky Resort.

Notes: Skiing, Snowboarding

Date: Ongoing
Location: 2710 McIlhattan Road Bozeman, MT 59715 
Type: Golf
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Bridger Creek Golf Course
Selected by Golf Digest as one of the ten best courses you can play in Montana, Bridger Creek's reputation continues to grow. Opened for play in 1994, this 18-hole course lies at the feet of the north end of the Bridger Mountains only five minutes from historic downtown Bozeman. Bridger Creek does not demand great length off the tee but will discern quickly and accurately the status of the player's short game. The men's championship course plays to 6,600 yards and the women's course to 4,902.

Date: Ongoing
Price: $22-$40
Location: 8955 River Road Bozeman, MT 59715 
Type: Golf
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Cottonwood Hills Golf Club
Cottonwood Hills Golf Club's 18-hole championship course is one of the best conditioned courses in the Pacific Northwest. With four sets of tee boxes, the course can play tough for professionals and easy for beginners. Water, trees and sand make Cottonwood Hills an enjoyable experience. The additional Executive Par-3 is maintained at the same standards as the Championship 18. With seven par 3s and two par 4s, the Executive Par-3 is great for beginners and a good short game of practice for the experienced golfer. Price: $36/Adult-18 Holes, $20/Adult-9 Holes, $32/Seniors (50+)-18 Holes, $16/Seniors (50+)-9 Holes, $20/Juniors (Under 18)-18 Holes, $10/Juniors (Under 18)-9 Holes

Date: Ongoing
Time: Sunday-Saturday 8:00am-8:00pm,
Price: $14/Adults, $13/Seniors, $10/MSU Students (with valid MSU ID) and Children (5-17), Free for Children (4 and under)
Location: Museum of the Rockies 
Type: Museum Exhibit
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Enduring Peoples
Enduring Peoples examines the life ways of American Indians living on the Northern Plains and near the Rocky Mountains and illustrates how they have retained their cultural identities despite the great challenges. Traditionally these peoples followed the vast herds of bison that once covered the region. As Euro-Americans moved onto the lands that American Indians had lived on for generations, conflicts became inevitable. Ultimately, the American Indians of the region were forced onto small areas of land that they reserved for themselves in their negotiations with the government of the United States. American Indians continue to preserve many of their traditions through ceremonies, religious rituals, languages and stories.

Date: Ongoing
Time: Varies by Company
Price: Varies by Company
Location: Missouri Headwaters State Park 
Type: Water Sports
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Fly-Fishing in Bozeman
Hard-fighting, wily trout stalk the numerous streams, lakes, and reservoirs that pepper the Bozeman area. Sign up for a guided float trip down a river. Those who cast a line with a professional guide on the oars find themselves fishing more river than they ever thought possible. When on a guided excursion, there's no need to guess at where the fish are hitting; most guides are very forthcoming with sure-fire spots.

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