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Treasure State Hostel

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0.1km from city centre - Show on Map
8.7
Fabulous 172
  • Perfect Location
  • Superb Staff
  • Excellent Cleanliness
Free WiFi
Free Breakfast

Treasure State Hostel is a small hostel in downtown Bozeman offering basic but clean accommodation in shared and private rooms.... More...

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Escape to the Rockies with a trip to Bozeman, USA. Near the Spanish Peaks, this Montana city is a gateway to incredible natural vistas and adventure sports. Try your hand at skiing, biking or hiking through the awe-inspiring landscape or stick to the city to experience the ranch-town vibe. The bars of Main Street have a distinctly cowboy-meets-bohemian feel and you can easily fill your days dipping into museums and galleries, dropping by a local brewery or just taking in the views of the surrounding mountains.

Make yourself at home in a Bozeman hostel that's pet friendly and right in the centre of downtown. Look out for places that have laundry facilities and hot showers so you can freshen up after a long stint on the road. Most Bozeman hostels give you free Wi-Fi for researching your next mountain adventure and uploading your photos. Many hostels in Bozeman also have money-saving extras such as a free breakfast and shared kitchens.

Downtown Bozeman is the city's central hub. It's a great spot for people-watching, spotting public Western artwork or catching a theatre show. To immerse yourself in nature, you can discover the wide open skies and sloping terrain of Missouri Headwaters State Park where the Madison, Gallatin and Jefferson Rivers come together. To have a go at skiing, head to Bridger Bowl. The 2-mile mountain ridgeline has 75 trails to try out and slopes for beginners and advanced skiers. 

In the city, you can marvel at dinosaur fossils at the Museum of the Rockies or head to the bars and restaurants of Main Street to mix with the locals. Sacagawea Peak is worth the hike for the chance to spot mountain goats and get views over the Crazy Mountains and an emerald-green glacial lake. Upgrade your tubing experience on the Madison River by hiring a floating cooler and a speaker for cold beers and music on your journey downstream. 

Bozeman Yellowstone International Airport is close to downtown, just a 15-minute taxi ride away or an easy bus or shuttle. If you're travelling in from another city, coaches will drop you off in the centre of town. Keen to get straight out to the national parks? Several companies run regular shuttles and you can get around the city itself by hopping on a local bus.

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Escape to the Rockies with a trip to Bozeman, USA. Near the Spanish Peaks, this Montana city is a gateway to incredible natural vistas and adventure sports. Try your hand at skiing, biking or hiking through the awe-inspiring landscape or stick to the city to experience the ranch-town vibe. The bars of Main Street have a distinctly cowboy-meets-bohemian feel and you can easily fill your days dipping into museums and galleries, dropping by a local brewery or just taking in the views of the surrounding mountains.

Make yourself at home in a Bozeman hostel that's pet friendly and right in the centre of downtown. Look out for places that have laundry facilities and hot showers so you can freshen up after a long stint on the road. Most Bozeman hostels give you free Wi-Fi for researching your next mountain adventure and uploading your photos. Many hostels in Bozeman also have money-saving extras such as a free breakfast and shared kitchens.

Downtown Bozeman is the city's central hub. It's a great spot for people-watching, spotting public Western artwork or catching a theatre show. To immerse yourself in nature, you can discover the wide open skies and sloping terrain of Missouri Headwaters State Park where the Madison, Gallatin and Jefferson Rivers come together. To have a go at skiing, head to Bridger Bowl. The 2-mile mountain ridgeline has 75 trails to try out and slopes for beginners and advanced skiers. 

In the city, you can marvel at dinosaur fossils at the Museum of the Rockies or head to the bars and restaurants of Main Street to mix with the locals. Sacagawea Peak is worth the hike for the chance to spot mountain goats and get views over the Crazy Mountains and an emerald-green glacial lake. Upgrade your tubing experience on the Madison River by hiring a floating cooler and a speaker for cold beers and music on your journey downstream. 

Bozeman Yellowstone International Airport is close to downtown, just a 15-minute taxi ride away or an easy bus or shuttle. If you're travelling in from another city, coaches will drop you off in the centre of town. Keen to get straight out to the national parks? Several companies run regular shuttles and you can get around the city itself by hopping on a local bus.