BOZEMAN, MT // Ski Trip Packing List, Where to Visit and What I Packed!

Hi, y’all! Bryan and I recently went to Bozeman, Montana for a KIDS-FREE trip and had a the best time. We skied. We après-skied. We toured. We ate. Like I said – WE HAD THE BEST TIME!!

Our group was HUGE so we had to split up between a couple houses. Some of us stayed in a cute airbnb around the corner from our friends’ home. It was a 3-bedroom townhouse that sleeps 7 and wasn’t far from any place we wanted to go. This is the link to the airbnb listing in case you’re interested in visiting!

Most of the trip was spent on the slopes but we did tour a bit at night. Here is more about where we went, what I packed and some notable outfits I wore.

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Where We Went in Bozeman, MT

Bridger Bowl

This has to be #1 on the list because it was where we spent the most time and had the best of times. Bridger Bowl had quick ski-lift lines, plenty of trails to ski and a few places to eat, drink and rest. If you eat at Jimmy B’s Bar and Grill, I highly recommend the Ole Bleu burger.

SHINE Beer Sanctuary + Bottle Shop

This restaurant has plenty of craft beer and delicious food. I had the Wrap of Khan, which has spicy chili bean spread with cilantro-lime rice, bamboo shoots, purple cabbage and a fiery Thai chili peanut sauce (per their menu!). It was DELICIOUS!

Gallatin County Regional Park for Sledding

I mean… this is a must simply because you’ll laugh harder than you have in a loooong time.

Copper Restaurant and Whiskey Bar

Bryan and I did a short little date here and grabbed a couple drinks and some spinach artichoke dip on happy hour. THIS IS WORTH SWINGING BY! Skip the reservations by sitting at the bar.

Wild Joe’s Coffee Shop

We grabbed a quick breakfast and coffee here on our last day. It was a cute coffee shop with coffee… what more do you need?!

Montana Gift Corral

This was the best little shop to grab gifts for the kids or souvenirs for yourself! You can order things on online too.


What I Packed

The short answer is… a sh*t ton of stuff ahahahaha! The long answer is base layers for every day of skiing, the rest of my ski gear (goggles, sherpa zip-up, waterproof jacket, ski pants, knit gloves, waterproof gloves, wool socks), a nicer jacket for wearing out-and-about, a lounge outfit for every day, 3 nice-ish sweaters, 2 pairs of Spanx leggings, 1 pair of jeans, pajamas, a variety of toques, underwear, socks, slippers, waterproof boots and walking boots. PHEW!

Of courses, some of those pieces could’ve just been washed during the trip and worn again. That would be way to easy though and I’m always “extra” on trips.

Below is a list that you can screenshot or pin and links to individual pieces I love below that!

Ski trip packing list


Notable Outfits

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