A location you’ll love.

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Located in the heart of Bozeman’s south side, Gran Cielo is conveniently located to both the energy of downtown and the serenity of nature.

Close to nature.

Imagine grabbing your morning coffee and stepping out the front door to find yourself standing in the center of the beautiful Gallatin valley. You muse over your morning plans while taking in the three-hundred-and-sixty-degree mountain view, relishing the days promise.

There are lots of aspects that make Bozeman a special mountain town, but its proximity to nature absolutely tops the list. Waiting beyond your door are innumerable opportunities to get out and get going. In the winter months, residents can enjoy topnotch skiing on the nearby Bridgers, snow shoeing on the many trails throughout town, ice fishing on the Hyalite Reservoir, snowmobiling in the back country, or a relaxing soak in many natural hot springs that populate the area.

In the summer, the action only continues. As the wintery hills transition into a lush, green paradise, locals come out of the woodworks. These precious months can be spent hiking the 60+ trails in the area, mountain biking through Yellowstone, rafting down the Gallatin, cliff jumping at Ennis Lake, or camping just about anywhere you please.
Whether you’re looking for morning hike before work, a daily outing with the family, or an adventure that will test your limits, it’s waiting for you just beyond the Gran Cielo neighborhood.

Even closer to culture.

As far as mountain towns are concerned, Bozeman is an anomaly. Unlike larger destinations, Bozeman lacks the artificial, resort-like atmosphere that often comes with such a location. Instead, what you find is a buzzing community waiting just outside Gran Cielo. One that offers big city amenities with small town heart and style. The surrounding area is stocked with local coffee shops, history museums, art galleries, restaurants, theaters, rooftop bars, boutiques, and breweries—all stitched together with a love for local that’s hard to match. A single day outside the neighborhood might mean grocery shopping at the local Co-op, popping into an artisan coffee house, chatting with a neighbor you spot on the street, attending a play at the Ellen, and grabbing a late-night drink at a posh cocktail bar. With so much at your fingertips it’s easy to forget where you are, but the small-town charm and old west manners are quick to remind—this is Montana.