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Free cancellation on most hotels. Because flexibility matters.
Most Montana hotels offer free cancellation. Consider booking refundable hotels rather than non-refundable ones. Just look for the ‘free cancellation’ message during your hotel search. Prices can vary, but right now we believe that flexibility matters.
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Montana is one of the largest states in the U.S. but it has one of the lowest population densities. Enjoy wide open spaces and big skies across the state while participating in thrilling adventures or peaceful outdoor activities.
Near the Canadian border, Glacier National Park features 740 miles (1,191 kilometers) of trails. Drive along the 50-mile (80-kilometer) Going-to-the-Sun Road for some of the park’s best scenery. Spy mountain goats and bighorn sheep near Logan Pass. At Jackson Glacier Overlook, look down upon the slow-moving mass of melting ice. Check the website for seasonal road closures and schedules of ranger-led activities.
Find some of the country’s best skiing on Montana’s powdery slopes. Try Big Sky or Whitefish Mountain for comprehensive resort experiences including fine dining, shopping and spa experiences. Visit Teton Pass or Great Divide for affordable family ski days.
Not far from skiing and glacial views, head to the hot springs near Bozeman and the northern parts of Yellowstone National Park. Relax in the geothermally heated waters and look for geysers bubbling up from the surface. Yellowstone Park has over 10,000 hydrothermal features and 300 geysers, many around Old Faithful, just south in Wyoming.
The state’s hiking offers peaceful scenery, spectacular views and wildlife encounters. Visit Gallatin National Forest near Pray to see grizzly bears, gray wolves and bald eagles. Enjoy spring wildflowers and autumn leaves before snow-covered mountains.
For historical appreciation, go to the Little Bighorn Battlefield Monument near Billings where General George Custer made has last stand, defeated by Lakota and Cheyenne warriors defending their way of life.
Montana’s cowboy heritage has spawned a tourist opportunity. Visit a dude ranch for horseback riding, stock wrangling and watching rodeo events. Many resorts also offer fly-fishing lessons, whitewater rafting and hiking.
Visit Missoula for its outdoor attractions as well as museums, art galleries and the hand-carved Carousel for Missoula. During the annual beer festival sample local Montana craft beers with names as unusual as their taste: Moose Drool and Trout Slayer.
A: If exploring the amazing landscapes around the region of Yellowstone County or elsewhere is your top priority this holiday, renting a vehicle is a sensible move. With our handy guide to Cheap Car Hire in Montana, you can get the keys to a quality ride and travel through the quiet countryside whenever you like. If you'll be spending a large part of your time in the cities of Billings or Missoula, public transportation (or ride-sharing) is an easy way of getting around town.
A: Montana has a wide range of options for all sorts of budgets. If you'd like some rest and relaxation, there's no shortage of hotels. Motels, private holiday homes and condos are other popular accommodation.
A: Experiences and attractions close by? Check. Flights? Sure thing. A snazzy car? Of course. At the end of a long day of travelling, you'll want a welcoming room to rest. We've got that covered too. Find what you want and get ready for a fantastic Montana getaway.
A: Booking a package takes the worry out of travelling, and it can save you some big bucks too. Flights, Hotels, Activities — Expedia has you covered. Bundle the lot and start thinking about what you can do with all that extra spending money.
A: The first stop, Billings. Start your adventure with a trip to well-known attractions like Pioneer Park, DanWalt Gardens and Riverfront Park.
If in Missoula, you'll enjoy yourself at The Ranch Club and Kootenai Creek Trail. Historic Ninemile Remount Depot Visitor Centre is also an in-demand choice.
Finally, look no further than Big Sky Mini Golf, Milwaukee Station and Valley View Garden Golf if you're going to stay in Great Falls.
We were here for a night. Very good sized rooms and very clean. Nobody disturbed us. Excellent breakfast.
The isolation, the safety of the property, the privacy, the friendliness of the receptionist, the cordial demeaner of the owner, and the sanitary precautions taken to protect guests from COV-19 exposure. Overall a very pleasant experience. Highly recommend the cabins to any one considering a visit ...
Lovely place with great river and mountain views! Very clean and quiet too.
This was a great place for our family (2 adults, two young boys) to stay while visiting Yellowstone Park. While COVID measures are in place, they served us breakfast. The room was pretty clean, the location was beautiful, and the internet worked in our room. My only complaint is that the queen beds ...