I was in Montana for work last September and skated the Bozeman park. It's small (in area and height). One end has a mellow 4 ft. high four sided square bowl with one corner open to the rest of the park. The open corner has a hip (see photo). Opposite side of the bowl is a quarter pipe running the width of the park, with a pyramid/rail/box street elements in the middle, terminating in another quarter running the width of the park on the far side. On the other side of the far quarter is this weird super tight tranny 2 ft. high area, kinda fun. The park's fun when not crowded cause you can flow in and out of the bowl and the street area. The local kids were cool and some were doing big transfers over the deck from the quarter to the bowl. Not sure how to rate it, cause if there's tranny I usually have fun, but probably only a 5 or 6. I also skated Driggs ID. and Jackson Hole Wy. while out there, and those places were amazing, definitely worth the drive.
(Aug 18 2003) Here's some pics from our trip to Montana last month, we hit Missoula, Bozeman, and Helena. A local 14 ripper kid told us of some full pipe off the Hwy to Helena. Well they were there, small, but ridable and there. The skatepark in Bozeman is right off the main street thru town, just stop at the skate shop on the main street and they will lead the way for ya....super cool guys. The park is super fun, built by Team Pain, and a lot like the Twin Falls park in basic layout/design. No vert there, but fun lines through out the park. While we there, Digimon showed up and threw out some sick tech tricks never seen before. - Matt Splat