Enter personalized code and turn deadbolt. If it is dark, you can illuminate buttons by first pressing Schlage
Press Schlage and turn the deadbolt to lock
Check-out is at or before 11:00
Please place dirty towels in the clothes washer and start the washer
You can leave the sheets on the beds if you like
Please wash your dishes. Dishes can be left to dry on the counter or in the washer. Use dishwasher detergent cubes in dishwasher and not dish soap
Please take trash and recycling to the bins. Bozeman does not recycle glass. Do not put trash bags in recycling bin, Empty recycling bag into bin and throw the bag away.
Please turn off all lights and lock the door on your way out
Park on Montana Ave. or Aspen Street. Please do not park in the driveway next to the License Plate Exhibit
The password for each Cabin On Montana Network is: *this will be texted to the guests prior to their arrival
Turn on the cable via the remote labeled ‘cable’
Turn on the TV via the remote labeled ’tv’
If the TV does not turn on, click ‘source’ and make the source: HDMI1
Turn on the stereo via the remote labeled ‘stereo’
Input for the TV on the stereo remote is: audio 1
Optionally click on the smart hub on the TV Remote to stream movies via your own Netflix, Hulu, YouTube, or other account
You can connect your wireless bluetooth devices to the stereo via bluetooth
Press ‘Bluetooth’ on the stereo or stereo remote to assign it is the input source
Then hold down ‘Memory’ for more than three seconds
Turn on the bluetooth function on your device and select: HTR-3068 Yamaha
‘Connected’ will appear on the stereo display when you are
Once you have connected once, you will not need to hold down Memory to connect again
Only one bluetooth device can be connected to the stereo at a time. If you cannot connect, make sure there are no other devices connected.
Input for the phonograph on the stereo is: AV2
Put the record on the player and push start
Input for FM Radio is: Tuner
We recommend KGLT at 91.9 and NPR at 102.1. Most local stations are preset.
Input for the DVD player on the stereo is: DVD
DVD Player has its own remote
Non-Blue-Ray DVD’s and CD’s can be played in the DVD player
Please remember to turn off all audio and visual devices when they are no longer being used
There are smoke detectors in every room and one carbon monoxide detector per floor.
Please use range hood when cooking on the range. The lowest fan setting is usually adequate.
There is a first aid kit in the downstairs bath vanity.
There is one fire extinguisher at the top of the stairs and a second at the bottom.
All sheets and towels are washed in hypoallergenic detergents
All provided soaps, shampoos and conditioners are hypoallergenic and environmentally friendly.
You are welcome to use the laundry facilities. Detergent and dryer sheets are available.
All bath, laundry and cleaning products are organic, hypoallergenic and environmentally friendly.
Cabin On Montana Bicyclists ride at their own risk. The owners of the Cabin On Montana are not responsible for any accident or injury that may occur while riding.
Please wear the helmets that are provided.
Please lock bikes at all times. The combo is: 5919 These are the last four digits of Reno’s phone number.
Bike pump is in one of the panniers and there is one on the porch
The Grill On Montana is in the back. You may need to turn the propane on before you use it.
The tank should be full but if you do run out, there is an extra tank under the grill.
There is a safe in the Master Bedroom closet. The code for the safe will be shared with guests prior to check-in
For The Birds
There is bird seed on the front porch for the yellow bird feeder. You do not need to feed the birds but can if you like.
In an effort to conserve water we do not water, much. We do water from time to time in the late summer. Feel free to use the water and hoses.
Let It Snow
We will clear the main walks within 12 hours of any snowfall.
Because we want to respect your privacy, we will not clear the porches or steps unless you ask us to.
The cabin is insulated very well. We have found that setting the thermostat at 65 assures that the upstairs is comfortable and that the downstairs doesn’t get too warm.
If it is cold outside, you can close the shades to insulate the cabin even more. If you close the upstairs blinds before bed this will also help the cabin heat more evenly.
Of course, you can set the thermostat at any temperature you like and you do not have to close the blinds.
Turn the faucet up and out for hot and down and out for cold.
Use the range hood if you are cooking anything on the gas range. The fire alarms are sensitive.
There are two bins in the kitchen drawer next to the fridge. One is for garbage and the other is for recycling. Extra garbage bags are under the sink. Bozeman does not recycle glass.
If the garbage or recycling gets full, you can take your garbage and recycling to the garbage and recycling bins in the alley to the west of the cabin.
Garbage is picked up every Wednesday. Recycling is picked-up every other Wednesday.
Use dishwasher detergent cubes and not dish soap in the dishwasher
Please keep pets off of the furniture.
Please pick up after pets in the house, the yard and around town. Poop bags are under the sink.
Please do not leave your dog unattended in the Cabin unless it is in a crate.
There is a hair dryer in the master bath vanity.
There is an iron and board in the master bedroom closet.
Please don’t flush anything but human waste and toilet paper down the toilet. Thank you.
The door to the utility room is located in the lower south bedroom. It is locked and there is really no reason for anyone to go in there. But if you would like to see what a brand new high efficiency furnace and electric water heater looks like, the key is hanging on the coat rack near the front door.
That same key locks and unlocks the map room and closet below the stairs which are both open in case you are looking for some privacy. We recommend the map room over the closet under the stairs.
There is a highchair and pack-n-play in the closet under the stairs.
There is an extra leaf for the dining table under the stairs.
The windows on the house to the south are too high for anyone to look out of. This means no one can look into the upstairs bathroom or any of the windows on the south side of the house.
Craft Beer / Cocktails
Feel free to take a growler or two to fill at one of our local craft breweries.
The Bozeman Brewing Company is a three minute drive away, a quick ride or short walk away. This is a great place to go after a day on the mountain or the river. The patrons are local. The owners and employees are friends. The beer is outstanding. @BozemanBrewingFacebook
406 Brewing is a three minute drive or a short walk to the north across the fairgrounds. The beer is good. They pizza is also very good. There is also a vodka and Kombucha distillery next to 406.
Bridger Brewing is across town on campus and also one of our favorites.
MAP brewing is a five minute drive away and a great place to have a beer.
The dive bars are The Filler, The Eagles, The Crystal, The Zebra and The Hauf. Each often feature live music. The Hauf has live music nightly.
Plonk and the Open Range feature outstanding mixed drinks, wine and beer imports.
The Taproom has a strong beer selection.
Bridger Brewing is across town on campus and also one of our favorites. The pizza at Bridger Brewing is excellent. Their beers and pizzas are gluten free. If you need groceries, Town & Country is downstairs. It’s a great opportunity to shop, drink and eat all in the same place.
Audrey’s Pizza is also two blocks away. It takes about 15 minutes for them to make a pizza for pick-up. They also have a small but good selection of beers on tap so if you arrive early for pick-up, you might as well have one. www.audreyspizzaoven.com 406.522.5456
Downtown is a short seven block walk away and there you will find many places to eat and drink.
Ale Works is a great choice for food, beverage and good service. It can be busy. Always get on ‘the list’ but also always hunt for non-reserved seating around the bar.
The Co-Op downtown offers really good buffets and an excellent salad bar.
Fine dining options include the Blackbird, Café Fresco, The Emerson Grill and Open Range. Open Range also offers more casual fare at the bar. Barley & Vine is another great option (406) 404-1400 www.barleyvinemt.com
If you like Sushi you will like Dave’s Sushi. The Montana Fish Company on Main offers excellent sushi.
We recommend the Nova Cafe for breakfast but there will be a line. The Western Cafe is interesting. Main Street Over Easy is also good.
HEEBS is our downtown grocer and a good choice for your basic shopping needs. It is the local’s favorite go to.
We recommend the locally owned Town & Country for groceries. They have two locations. We prefer the Campus Location but mainly because it is in the same building as Bridger Brewing. Town & Country carries local and organic foods.
The most expensive place to shop in Bozeman is the Co-Op at 908 W Main St. but if you want healthy, local foods, this is a great option. They have excellent fish and meats as well. The Co-Op also has a downtown location with limited groceries.
Coffee & Pastries
Wild Crumb offers amazing pastries and drip coffee. They are locally owned and located at 600 N. Wallace, walking distance. 406-579-3454
Treeline Coffee is just a couple doors down from Wild Crumb, and the beans they roast, along with their coffee sourcing, create some amazing brews!
The Daily Coffee Bar & Bakery is a good coffee shop only a few blocks north on Rouse. They are located at 1203 N Rouse Ave #3A, Bozeman, MT This is a great stop on your way to and coming back from the Bridgers.
Zocalo is an outstanding downtown coffee shop at 117 E Main St, Bozeman, MT
Check to see if anyone is playing at Live From the Divide http://www.livefromthedivide.com/ The venue is a few blocks away at 627 EAST PEACH STREET – BOZEMAN, MT. Bring a growler and enjoy the show.
The Filler can have some great shows. The Hauf is also a great place to catch some local flavor.
Getting there: The weekend bus will depart from the Fairgrounds (Oak Street Entrance) at 8:15am, 9:15am, 10:15am, 11:15am, 12:15pm & 1:15pm.
Getting back: The bus will return from Bridger Bowl, departing at 8:45am, 9:45am, 10:45am, 11:45am, 12:45am, 1:45pm, 3:15pm, 4:15pm & 4:45pm. A Kids’ Bus Run is also offered Saturdays and Sundays, as well as every school holiday during ski season.
You can walk to the bus from the cabin. Go west on Aspen. Turn right on Bozeman. Cross Tamarack and walk north across the parking lot. Then walk to the left or west of the baseball diamond and you will see the signs for the Bridger Bowl Bus. This walk will take five minutes.
We are not recommending hitch hiking but if choose to do so, walk east one-block to Rouse, cross the street, hang a thumb and start walking north. You will probably have a ride to Bridger before you get to the light on Tamarack.
If it is a powder day and it is Saturday you should plan on leaving for Bridger no later than 8AM if you are driving otherwise take the early bus or hitch. The parking lot can fill up on Saturday Powder Days and sometimes on
Bridger Bowl Snow Phone: (406) 586-2389
It is always a good idea to check the avalanche conditions in the area. You can do so at http://www.mtavalanche.com/ and you can call to listen to the daily advisory at: 406-587-6981
Rivers & Rafting
Montana Whitewater offers Half-Day and Full-Day Raft and Zip line trips from May thru mid October. High Water season is in June and the water level drops as the summer passes. Throughout the spring and summer, they have raft trips suitable for families and first-timers: 406-763-4465
Relax and float the warm waters of the Madison River under the big sky of Montana! River tubing and raft trips, with shuttles from Bozeman and Four Corners to the lower Madison River, are family friendly and hassle free. Tubing Trips Depart Daily! Madison River Tubing also offers a full rental and retail shop across the street from Bozeman High School on Main Street. Call them at 406 209 8384 and check them out at Madison River Tubing
Montana adventure photographer and long-time family friend, Ryan Turner, shoots stunning skiing, hiking, and fly-fishing action shots while capturing the landscape, lifestyle and the unexpected along the way. Ryan’s image of the Gallatin River hangs in the living space at the Cabin On Montana. You can visit Ryan and his gallery in Big Sky at the Bighorn Shopping Center near the junction of Montana Highways 191 and 64 in Big Sky, MT. Hours: Monday – Friday 10-3 & by appointment Saturday & Sunday – Call Ahead- 406-995-3436 By appointment – 406-580-5130 or 406-580-5997
Taxi / Bus
Greater Valley Taxi: (406) 587-6303
There is bus information in this binder. There are several bus stops within blocks of the Cabin.
Zipline Experience an authentic GUIDED AERIAL ZIP LINE ADVENTURE featuring Montana’s scenic landscapes, with up to 6000 feet of Zip Lines, Rope Bridges, and Challenge Elements. Yellowstone ZipLine & Canopy Tours offers tours at two spectacular locations. Gardiner Montana tours, at the North Entrance to Yellowstone National Park, will have you SOARING THROUGH A HISTORIC MOUNTAIN RANCH and the Gallatin Canyon location, between Bozeman and Big Sky, will take you FLYING ACROSS THE BEAUTIFUL GALLATIN RIVER. Give these guys a call at 888 564 4465.
Year round ice skating is available at the ice area only two blocks from the Cabin. Check the schedule to see when public skating is available http://www.bozemanhockey.org/page/show/235310-schedule In the winter there are many outdoor rinks to choose from in Bozeman including a rink at Beal Park just a few blocks away or a covered rink at Bogart about 10 blocks away on the other side of Main off of Church.
Troutfitters 1716 W. Main Street Bozeman MT 59715 406.587.4707 Monday – Saturday 7AM – 7PM; Sunday 7AM – 7PM. Stop in or give these guys a call for the best beta. Their fishing reports are the most reliable in the valley https://troutfitters.com/fishing-reports
The Little Cabin Out Back
Our very good friend Josh Boulange and his cat Ernesto call the cabin home. Josh is the sommelier and service manager at Barley & Vine at 19S Willson Ave. downtown. He golfs, bikes or skis a lot and he loves wine. Ernesto is very friendly and frisky.