Traveling to one of our retreats in California, Costa Rica, France, Italy or Patagonia? Find more information about your destination on our venues page. If you’re heading to Montana, read on!
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Getting to Bozeman, MT
Traveling to Montana is easier than you think — as long as you plan ahead. Bozeman is located in the southwest corner of Montana in the heart of the Gallatin Valley and near Yellowstone National Park.
You’ll fly into our beautiful, modern Bozeman Yellowstone International Airport (BZN) and immediately feel like you’ve stepped into the Old West. Exposed wooden beams, friendly people, and a laid-back vibe greet you the moment you step off your plane. Airfare to Montana can be expensive, so we recommend purchasing your ticket early — not trying to find last-minute fares.
And, remember, don’t skimp on the size of your suitcase! Montana weather is notoriously unpredictable. Pack more layers than you think you’ll need. Pack for warmth and cold — no matter what month you’re coming for a retreat.
Trust us (and read our packing lists).
Major airlines with direct flight to BZN:
- Alaska Airlines
- Delta Airlines
- Frontier Airlines
Cities with direct flights to BZN:
- Chicago (seasonal)
- Las Vegas (seasonal)
- Los Angeles (seasonal)
- New York/Newark (seasonal)
- Portland (seasonal)
- Salt Lake City
- San Francisco (seasonal)
Exploring the Area
There are many things that attract visitors to the Bozeman area, including an abundance of recreation, Yellowstone National Park, and Montana State University. Here are a few of our favorite Bozeman hot spots.
- Six Great Bozeman Hikes
- Top 10 Hikes Around Bozeman
Yellowstone National Park
Don’t leave Montana without exploring our breathtaking Yellowstone National Park (ok, most of it is in Wyoming, but we can still call it ours). These guidelines will help you maximize your time in the park:
Make Yourself at Home
If you plan to arrive early or stay late in the surrounding area, we have some recommendations for extending your stay.
If you’re staying for a trail ride on the Monday after your retreat (selected retreats only), flying out Tuesday morning is your best bet. Keep in mind you probably won’t get flights out in the evening (especially to the east coast). Flights typically have early morning or early afternoon departures out of Bozeman.
Extending Your Stay
Yellowstone National Park
Yellowstone National Park (YNP) Day Trip: One option to consider is adding on a day trip to Yellowstone Park on Monday. We can provide maps for routes to take through the park and ideas for short hikes. If you have more time, we definitely recommend more then one day in YNP.
If you would like to use a guide, we recommend Chris from Yellowstone Guidelines, who we use on our Yoga & Yellowstone retreat.
The Lark Hotel (Bozeman)
Westin Element Hotel (Bozeman)
Check out the Westin Element hotel in downtown Bozeman.
The Murray Hotel (Livingston)
Check out The Murray Hotel, a fun and famous place to stay in Livingston.
Mammoth Hot Springs Hotel (Yellowstone)
If you’d like to stay in Yellowstone Park, Mammoth Hot Springs Hotel isn’t fancy, but it’s definitely a cool experience.
Chico Hot Springs (Chico)
A historic resort located in the heart of Paradise Valley, Chico Hot Springs is located just north of Yellowstone National Park and famous for its shabby chic decor.
Dreamcatcher Tipi Hotel (Yellowstone)
If you’re going to Yellowstone, the Dreamcatcher Tipi Hotel is a unique venue our past retreaters have adored.