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Tours for 2021 Western Region Conference

  • 27 Sep 2021
  • 29 Sep 2021
  • Bozeman, MT

Registration

(depends on selected options)

Base fee:
  • Hike the "M" or "Drinking Horse" trails
    Explore MSU Campus
    Shop downtown Bozeman
    Take a scenic drive up to Hyalite Reservoir and take a hike on Palisade or Grotto Falls
    Visit Montana Grizzly Encounters
    Visit one of the many Bozeman breweries
  • Attendees will learn how to cast, all about gear, the basics of entomology, and entry level knots and flies. Cost: $45/person. Limited to 20 people.
  • Museum of the Rockies is an affiliate of Montana State University with numerous exhibits focused on Montana, including the Siebel Dinosaur Complex, the Enduring Peoples Complex and the Living History Farm. The Sheep Station is located on the site of Historic Fort Ellis, which served as a Calvary post and the base for exploration into Yellowstone National Park. In 1930, the land was dedicated to range sheep investigations through MSU. Cost: Free.

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2021 Western Region AAAE Conference

Tour Options

Use this registration if you need to pay for the tours with a different credit card. This registration form only lists the tours that require payment.

Optional Tours on Monday, Sept. 27

These optional costs are in addition to the registration fee. All tours will run from 12:30-4:30 p.m. and includes transportation. You will return to the hotel at the end of your tour prior to leaving at 6:00 PM for a Welcome event at Deer Park Chalet: https://bridgerbowl.com/mountain/summer-activities/. A complimentary beer and wine welcome reception will be held at the hotel from 5:00-6:00PM.

Fins and Feathers- Fly Fishing Foundations

Attendees will learn how to cast, all about gear, the basics of entomology, and entry level knots and flies. Cost: $45/person. Limited to 20 people. Learn more here: https://finsandfeathersonline.com/



Museum of the Rockies and MSU Sheep Station at Historic Fort Ellis: Museum of the Rockies is an affiliate of Montana State University with numerous exhibits focused on Montana, including the Siebel Dinosaur Complex, the Enduring Peoples Complex and the Living History Farm. The Sheep Station is located on the site of Historic Fort Ellis, which served as a Calvary post and the base for exploration into Yellowstone National Park. In 1930, the land was dedicated to range sheep investigations through MSU.  Cost: Free.


Explore Bozeman On Your Own Options

Hike the "M" or "Drinking Horse" trails

Explore MSU Campus

Tour the Lewis and Clark Caverns

Shop downtown Bozeman

Take a scenic drive up to Hyalite Reservoir and hike Palisade or Grotto Falls

See the Bears at Montana Grizzly Encounters

Visit one of the many Bozeman breweries

More information about Bozeman attractions: https://www.tripadvisor.ca/Attractions-g45095-Activities-Bozeman_Montana.html

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