Popular Fall Activities In Bozeman
As the weather starts to turn and gusts of wind blow crunchy leaves into drifts along the sidewalk, you can sense a new excitement in the air around Bozeman. The changing weather means the holidays (and better yet, ski season) are right around the corner, and it’s time to get cozy. Fall into these unbeatable fall activities in Bozeman, and find out what the big deal is with autumn in Big Sky Country!
Find your way to this autumnal maze for a healthy dose of fall spirit, complete with a hayride and cozy concessions to get you ready for crunching leaves and scented candles. At the Bozeman Maze, high-piled hay bales make for an invigorating adventure as you try to find your way through. Take advantage of other activities like the hayride and pumpkin fun, or enjoy some eats and head back into Bozeman for a night on the town.
The Bozeman Winter Farmers’ Market hosts an Insta-worthy fall spread, where you can find snacks to munch on and local gifts to inspire your holiday shopping with a little mountain magic. The winter market meets in the Emerson Center, so the weather has no impact and the festivities of fall can go on in rain (snow) or shine. From the middle of September to spring, find food and farm products that will set your mouth watering with the flavors of fall. Special events throughout the fall season keep you on your toes with what the week’s market holds.
The aspen and cottonwoods along the riverbanks put on an impressive foliage show each fall, perfect for a stroll with your sweetie or a little “me” time in nature. Go hard and summit some mountains or take a casual stroll through Main Street to the Mountains trails that pick up right from the city center. Either way, get into nature and enjoy the serenity of fall—and don’t forget a couple #nofilter pics for the feed.
When fall air starts to nip, find the coffee shops with the coziest fireplaces and comfy chairs, and curl your polished fingernails around a steaming cup of java that gets straight to the heart of chic comfort. Check out locally roasted beans at Treeline or Ghost Town, or explore a little wider at other local gems throughout town where you can seek out seasonal beverages and tasty treats.
When local craft breweries start rolling out their array of pumpkin and harvest seasonals, get ready to sit back and sip your way around town. With upward of seven breweries—it’s hard to nail down a number since the brews keep expanding into new brewhouses—Bozeman has heaps of choices to sample some seasonals. Go for flavored ales or rich dark beers and taste your way across the city.
When the weather starts changing, your wardrobe with thank you for the seasonal upgrade courtesy of Bozeman’s boujee boutiques. You’ll find the latest fall fashions at shops like The Root and Evrgreen Clothing, where warm colors and flirty styles will get you ready for cozy without sacrificing sexy.
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