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The Weather in Bozeman
The above is a climate diagram for Bozeman. July is the warmest month of the year in Bozeman with temperatures reaching a maximum average of 86°. On the other hand, you could have temperatures dropping under 8° in December. The rainiest month is July while the driest month is July.
Explore stunning wilderness near your Bozeman vacation home
Located in the Gallatin Valley and surrounded by unparalleled natural beauty, Bozeman is a popular base for travelers wishing to explore Yellowstone National Park. You'll also be close to cultural sights, as well as skiing, hiking, and water sports opportunities. Rental options include cozy condos and spacious family houses, some offering striking views.
Reflect on the digital revolution
The American Computer and Robotics Museum houses everything from an abacus to the original Apple computer. Its one of the few museums to document the digital revolution, providing a space for reflection on the phenomenon that has turned our world on its head: the internet.
Whether you're whistling down the slopes or enjoying the après-ski ambiance, Big Sky Resort and Bridger Bowl Ski Area offer you and your family great ski conditions and stand-out amenities. The runs range from green to black and there is plenty of space for smaller skiers to practice their skills. Big Sky also has a pool and recreation rooms, should you wish for a change of pace.
Wilderness, wolves and hot springs
Of course, a trip to Yellowstone Park is a must when you are this close to the internationally renowned natural haven. Discover the breathtaking canyons, half the world's geysers, waterfalls and incredible natural diversity.
Attractions include Yellowstone's Grand Canyon, relatively far north in the park, and the lesser-known Pocket Basin, a thermal basin, which you can explore via boardwalks. A collection of hot springs also wow visitors. The Morning Glory Pool is a highlight, characterised by its neon blue color.
Look out for the plethora of wildlife that lives in the park, including bears, wolves, moose, elk and huge grazing bison. Take a guided tour for the best chance of spotting the park's inhabitants.
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