We were on the canyon from Bozeman to Big Sky and from Big Sky to the West Yellowstone entrance of Yellowstone National Park, U.S. highway 191. The scenic drive winds along the Gallatin River which at this spot is fairly quite, go north of Bozeman for more excitement (Taylor Fork and Mad Mile class IV); however, this part of the... 更多
With so many things to do, it's hard to choose! Lots of hiking trails (don't forget your bear spray!), pull outs to stop and fish, rafting companies that offer guided river rafting tours and campgrounds to stay at that after a busy day, s'mores around a fire are a perfect ending. I would not recommend biking this route as there... 更多
very scenic drive average speed is 50 because of the turns in the road. tall pines and many pull offs to stop and marvel at nature.
Remarkable country and endless skylines. Lots of construction work all along Interstate 90. Made the trip a little arduous in June. Also, rest areas could be nicer along the way.
We enjoyed our trip to the canyon, where you can see the falls way off in the distance. It was the end of the day, and we were very tired, but were very pleased that we didn't skip this site.
We spent a morning driving from Bozeman to Big Sky and back again through the beautiful Gallatin Canyon. The drive actually goes all the way to West Yellowstone but we didn't have time to do it all. The traffic on this road moves at a ridiculously fast pace. White crosses all along the highway show where people have died and... 更多
After experiencing a blizzard in Yellowstone and being informed that many trails remained closed due to snow, we stayed close to Bozeman and really enjoyed Gallatin Canyon. It is both scenic and diverse. Great vistas, great trails, lovely reservoir and lakeside picnic area. We hiked to Palisades Falls, which is lovely and attempted to hike farther up the canyon to... 更多
Cold air, warm welcome in Bozeman! This city has a sweet secret of hospitality. Gallatin is beautiful!