These are 11 Top Things to See from Bozeman to Yellowstone


Bozeman is about 78 miles (125 km) from Yellowstone's North Entrance (1.5 hours) and 89 miles (143 km) from the West Entrance (1.75 hours). 

Driving from Bozeman to Yellowstone National Park is a popular route for visitors wanting to explore one of America's most famous natural wonders.

Enjoy the thrill of floating on the Madison River, surrounded by stunning views.

Tubing or Rafting the River


Explore the history and culture of the region, and see a real T-Rex skull.

Museum of the Rockies


A scenic, short but steep trail in Bozeman, MT, offering panoramic views, switchbacks, and a large white “M” landmark at the top.

Hike the “M”


Main Street, bustling with shops, cafes, and local charm, offers a vibrant mix of historic architecture and modern amenities, inviting a diverse community.

Main Street


Learn more about the quake and its impact on the landscape and the people.

Quake Lake Visitor Center


Relax and enjoy the beauty of this large reservoir, ideal for fishing and boating.

Hebgen Lake


Visit Montana Grizzly Encounter for a safe, educational experience with rescued grizzlies.

Montana Grizzly Encounter


Watch the most famous geyser in the world erupt, a spectacle not to be missed.

Old Faithful


A serene landscape with lush greenery, tranquil rivers, and picturesque mountains, offering a peaceful retreat amidst nature's beauty.

Paradise Valley


Admire the unique formations of these terraced hot springs, a geological wonder.

Mammoth Hot Springs


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Spot some of the wildlife that call Yellowstone home, such as bison, elk, and wolves.

Lamar Valley


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