Bozeman is known for adventure! With wild rivers, rugged mountains, and plenty of untouched wilderness at its backdoor, adventure can be found at every turn. But Bozeman is also a great place to unwind and relax in the beauty of nature. For some much needed R&R, rent a car from Journey Rent-A-Car and try these 3 relaxing activities in the Bozeman, MT, area.
Close your eyes and picture this: the gorgeous Rocky Mountains, rushing rivers, open prairies, and historic cities. While this might sound like a dream, you can experience all of this and more in Montana. Start your adventure at Journey Rent-A-Car in Bozeman. We’ll provide you with the perfect rental car so you can experience these top 10 Montana sites and more.
Have you always dreamed of visiting Yellowstone to take in the splendor of our country’s oldest national park? If you are finally taking the plunge and planning a Wyoming trip, Journey Rent-A-Car can help you plan for your dream getaway. Here are our top 5 tips when traveling to Yellowstone
In Bozeman, Montana, we are more than just a city to pass through as your family visits Yellowstone and the wide-open beauty of the area. Our town is lively, and along with the breathtaking scenery, when you visit our neck of the woods, you will find music, art, and theater to liven the senses. Let Journey Rent-A-Car help you explore the Bozeman art scene with a hassle-free and cheap car rental.
Bozeman, Montana is an incredible launch pad for outdoor adventures! With countless parks, recreation, and restaurants within driving distance, there has never been a better time to visit Big Sky Country. National parks are the jewels of this country, earning top billing on many traveler’s bucket lists. Our favorite, of course, is Yellowstone National Park. Journey Rent-A-Car specializes in supplying dream vacation experiences with rental cars. Whether you’re enjoying a solo journey or you’re showing your children the American countryside, we’ve got the rental car for you. With cars, vans, and SUVs, let us help you check transportation off your vacation planning to-do list.
Spring, aka Winter, but with More DaylightMontana has never paid much attention to the calendar when it comes to seasons. Sure, March 20th may signal the official start of spring, but in Montana, March is still solidly in winter territory.The odd 50-degree day taunts those of us craving warmer temps and longer days, but fun runs, green beer, spring fishing, and skiing ease the seasonal transition to prepare Montanans for our short, activity-packed summers. Earn your CarbsBozeman’s Run to the Pub 10K and Half Marathon occur on March 11th. Runners who brave the weather and cross the finish line are entered to win one of four trips to Dublin, Ireland. Winners are then registered for the Dublin Marathon.Sláinte!For St Patrick’s Day, travel over Homestake Pass to Butte, America. By 1900, Butte had a higher percentage of Irish and Irish descendants than any other American city. Today, Butte’s holds the largest St. Patrick’s Day … Continued
Cross-country skiing: A workout with a viewWidely credited to the Scandinavians, skiing was originally utilitarian—that is, not something you did on your holiday, but rather, how you huffed and puffed your way to and from Aksel’s house through the cold, dark winter.From the Old Norse skíth, the word “ski” means “stick of wood, snowshoe.” While those old sticks of wood have evolved into high-tech recreational fun, there is still no better way to transport yourself through wild, wintry wonderlands than on cross-country skis. And the Bozeman area is a world-class Nordic destination chock-full of beautiful landscapes.There are many options for cross-country skiers, but which is right for you? My answer is “it depends.” While each suggestion accommodates classic and skate skiers, I’d say that your decision depends on your wallet, preferred drive time, scenery, and what you want to eat or drink on the way home. (Remember, it’s your own locomotion … Continued
The beginning of the school year can be a chaotic time for any family. The increased number of activities, school projects, and bus schedules can become a little hairy. By the time October or November rolls around, you’re ready for a little fall getaway to enjoy some time together and breathe. As you’re planning your fall excursion, be sure to consider these three Montana destinations, picked especially for you by our Journey Rent-A-Car crew. 1. Yellowstone National Park You can never go wrong with a trip to Yellowstone National Park. Even if you’ve been there a thousand times before, the wildlife, the trails, and the views never get old. Yellowstone is just over two hours from Bozeman, MT, which makes an easy day trip or weekend adventure for your family. 2. Museum of the Rockies Located right in Bozeman, MT, the Museum of the Rockies is a great attraction if … Continued
Ready for an adventure on the powdery slopes of Montana? Skiing season is officially upon us, and Big Sky Ski Resort is in full gear. Beginners and experts flock to Big Sky, the place to find America’s biggest skiing®.
Daring exploration and wild escapades punctuate the history of the Wild West. If you’re on vacation doing your own exploring, what better place to start than in one of the biggest limestone caves in the West? Located less than an hour from Bozeman, MT, Lewis & Clark Caverns State Park is the perfect destination for everyone who has an appetite for adventure.