Fall is in the Air

If you don’t have a trip to Bozeman planned, now is the time!

Autumn is one of the most beautiful times of the year to visit Southwest Montana. The leaves are turning, the air is cooler, and the crowds are thinner. Wedding season has given way to the local college football frenzy along with fall fishing, beautiful hikes, and ample excursion options. From corn and hay mazes to pumpkin spice everything, you can literally taste the change of the season in the Gallatin Valley right now. 

As destination Montana calls out to travelers, there are many tantalizing reasons to visit southwest Montana and fall is our family’s favorite season. Whether you are into the local food and bar scene or popular attractions such as the Museum of the Rockies, Bozeman Symphony, Intermountain Opera, Montana Ballet, or our exciting new music venue – The Elm, Bozeman is genuinely a place you will want to keep visiting.

The first dusting of snow is in the mountains, hinting that ski season is just around the corner. The enticing thing about Montana is that winter offers as many or more outdoor activities as the summer months. Downhill and cross-country skiing, ice skating, snow shoeing, snowmobiling, and my personal favorite, snowman making. 

Looking for a place to get you in the mood for the holidays? The Christmas Stroll is a festive way to kick off the season along with taking in a quintessential performance of the Nutcracker. If a holiday trip is on your list, get early reservations for horse drawn sleigh rides and make plans to visit nearby towns such as West Yellowstone, Big Sky, Livingston, and Belgrade for their fall and winter activities. 

The bottom line is to plan a getaway that truly gets you away and BZN just might be it as 2022 begins to yield to the New Year.

The opportunities for your next Montana adventure are unlimited and Cherry Creek Guest House is ready to serve as your home away.

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