A Very Montana Father's Day
Oh no! Your Dad is in town this weekend. It's Father's Day and you have nothing planned. What are you going to do?
Don't worry, we have you covered! Luckily you live in the Treasure State, and Montana's treasures are trout-filled rivers, hip local breweries and gorgeous mountain hikes. There are no shortage of opportunities to explore the Bozeman area and connect with your pap this weekend.
Here are some ideas to help you plan your Father's Day weekend!
Looking for gift ideas for dad? Check out our 10 Gift Ideas for Dad!
GET BREAKFAST AT LITTLE STAR DINER
Image courtesy of Little Star Diner.
Located off the beaten path near downtown Bozeman, Little Star Diner strives to provide high-quality, organic and locally-sourced ingredients to the people of Bozeman. The husband and wife duo grow most of their own for the diner, and source the rest through area farmers and ranchers. Because of this unique business model, their menu is always shifting with seasonal availability. All this to say, their food is awesome.
HIKE TO PALISADE FALLS IN HYALITE CANYON
Image courtesy of Alltrails.com.
Just under an hour drive from Bozeman, Hyalite Canyon is full of stunning natural wonders to explore with your dad this Father's Day. With a mile-long approach with minimal elevation gain, this stunning waterfall is a sight worth seeing in the canyon. Bring a picnic to enjoy after at the Palisade Falls Picnic Area!
FISH THE GALLATIN RIVER
Image courtesy of Gallatin River Task Force.
Drive down towards Big Sky, find your favorite pullout and put your waders on. That's the name of the game when it comes to catching fish on the Gallatin River. The Gallatin provides the community with year-round fishing opportunities for the ambitious angler.
GRAB DINNER AND BEERS AT MAP BREWING CO
Image courtesy of Bozeman Craft Beer Week.
After a long day of adventuring with your dad, take him out for a dinner with a view...and some local brews too! MAP Brewing Company is next to the East Gallatin Recreation Area just north of town, providing stunning views of the Bridgers. Not a bad weekend, eh?
By Zach Altman