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About Montana State University
Montana State University is located in Bozeman, Montana.
Bozeman is a small town with big energy. Perhaps best known for outdoor recreation, Bozeman also has the cultural amenities of a much larger city including a symphony, opera, and ballet companies, as well as many locally-owned shops, restaurants and galleries that make Downtown vibrant. Skiing, hiking, camping, biking, climbing, and fishing options are endless because Bozeman is surrounded by five mountain ranges including the Bridger, Tobacco Root, Big Belt, Gallatin and Madison ranges; and the Gallatin, Madison and Yellowstone Rivers are all within a half hour of campus. There is plenty of National Forest land to explore, and Yellowstone National Park is just 90 miles away.
Getting around the Bozeman area is no problem, regardless of your mode of transportation-foot, bike, bus or car. Paths and bike lanes connect campus to downtown and the 60 mile Main Street to the Mountains trail system links the city to the nearby mountains. In addition to routes around town, the free Streamline Bus system runs to the slopes during ski season.
Bozeman Yellowstone International Airport is the state's largest airport.
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