With almost half (48%) of all MSU students and nearly a quarter of MSU employees living within 1 mile of Montana Hall, many people choose to walk to and around campus. MSU is pedestrian friendly, with beautiful views, plenty of green space, and areas for pedestrians to rest and relax.MSU also prioritizes walking by clearing snow and ice from paths as soon as possible. Learn more about the snow removal process.
MSU strives to be a fully accessible campus and provide routes and buildings free of obstructions. More information, including accessibility maps and resources, may be found on the MSU Disability Services webpage.
Local Walking Ammenities
MSU's campus is just 1.5 mi from downtown Bozeman and minutes away from the Gallagator trail system. Additionally, there are at least 5 parks, not including a variety of public sports facilties, within a 1 mile radius of campus.
Pete's Hill/Burke Park
This Bozeman gem contains 44-acres of natural greenspace, including a seasonal creek, dog-friendly hiking and biking trails, restful park benches, and a gorgeous view in all directions. Learn more about Pete's Hill.
Just 4 blocks from the edge of campus, Langohr Gardens is a lovely place to relax. The park is home to community garden plots, a man-made climbing boulder, a seasonal stream, pollinator habitat (with educational signage), and a wetland area that hosts several spieces of birds. Learn more about Langohr Gardens.