Finding the Best Views of Bozeman

June 30th, 2016 by

Finding the Best Views of Bozeman

Living in the Gallatin Valley, we are so incredibly lucky to be surrounded with beauty on all sides. Whether you’re hiking the Gallatin Range, climbing to the top of the Bridgers, or gazing upon the valley from the top of Homestake Pass, chances are it’ll take your breath away every time. If you want to find the best views of Bozeman and the surrounding area, then we have a great treat for you! At Ressler Motors, the community is our priority. Which is why we want to share our favorite spots with you.

The “M”

Just a short drive from the center of town, the “M” hiking trail provides incredible views that you can’t find anywhere else. The best part about this short 3-mile hike is that you can experience it with your friends, family, children, and pets. Take an afternoon and enjoy the easy incline to find views of the valley, the Gallatin Range, and the rivers that connect in Three Forks, Montana, east of Bozeman.

Peet’s Hill

In the middle of town is one of Bozeman’s best kept secrets. Peet’s Hill is a family and pet friendly park located close to downtown. In the winter, this park provides a great sledding hill, and on summer nights, the benches from the top of this hill provide beautiful views of the cityscape of downtown Bozeman and Montana State University. Plan a date night with your spouse and take a short walk to the top.

Sourdough Trail

If you aren’t scared of a few mountain bikers, and the possibility of a bear sighting, then Sourdough Trail south of Bozeman is an incredible trail that provides beauty from the inside out. This hike might be long, but once you get to the top, you’ll see why it is worth every step. It provides views looking north to Bozeman and the Bridger Mountains. It is something few get to experience, so put on your hiking shoes, grab the bear spray, and pack some trail mix!

These are just a few of our favorite places to find the best views of Bozeman. No matter where you decide to go, you can’t go wrong in this beautiful state of ours. Good luck and happy hiking!