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bedellympian

Hyalite/Bozeman beta

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I'm headed to Bozeman with some friends from Bend Feb 19-29. We are looking to split costs and keep stuff cheap while climbing a sh!t ton of ice. Any beta on where to sleep, eat, climb, or a fourth activity that I haven't yet considered, is much appreciated.

 

Cheers,

 

Sam

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Went a few weeks ago. Stayed at La Quinta which was cheap and fine aside from being close to the train tracks. Not that loud but woke me up a couple times. It's at the opposite end of town from Hyalite but I don't think there is much lodging in that direction and it's only an extra 10-15 minutes in any case.

 

Montana Ale Works and Nova Cafe are great food.

 

Only saw a couple climbing parties per day during the week but I was told the weekend can be a zoo.

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Summer 2103 I stayed in Bozeman at the Royal 7, which was clean, cheap, and local. Dinner at the nearby Fresco Café was really good.

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We travel to Bozeman 4-5 times a year and have had great luck with VRBO there. Just a quick search turned up this place: https://www.vrbo.com/393844ha#location

 

It's pretty close to Hyalite for $120 per night. Might be worth checking out the rest of the listings around town.

 

Bozeman has a bunch of great restaurants, hard to go wrong with any of them.

 

 

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We always stay at the Western Heritage Inn. It's convenient and close to MT Ale works. Call and talk to the manager Stephanie and you'll get a better rate than if you book online.

 

Highly recommend Mackenzie River Pizza. Good pizza and beer, their cobb salad is a man meal.

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