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Holidays to Montana

Montana has changed very little since the first pioneers made their way here in the late 19th century. Visitors are rewarded with the same towering peaks, windswept plains and glacial lakes, and there still more wild animals than people. This is ‘Big Sky Country’ with 150,000 square miles of wide-open spaces and vast wilderness preserves. It’s not hard to imagine the dinosaurs whose bones lie in Montana’s famous fossil beds, walking through these huge landscapes.

Two of the state’s most popular areas of natural beauty are its famous national parks. To the north, Glacier National Park, known as ‘the Crown of the Continent’ boasts more than a million acres of majestic peaks, waterfalls and mountain meadows. To the south, Yellowstone is chock full of wildlife, epic vistas and geothermal wonders. The Yellowstone River also flows into Montana, a state known for its world class fly-fishing.

Montana is also the perfect place to immerse yourself in frontier history. Preserved gold rush towns like Virginia City and Nevada City give you the chance to ride a stagecoach, quench your thirst at a traditional saloon bar or shop for a new Stetson. And at one of the state’s many dude or guest ranches, you can wear your new cowboy hat whilst taking a trail ride or enjoying a chuckwagon supper. At Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument, you can also learn about Custer’s Last Stand against the victorious Lakota, Northern Cheyenne, and Arapaho tribes.

If you want to learn more about the indigenous population of Montana, you can visit one of the many reservations, take a tour of Fort Peck Assiniboine and Sioux Culture Center and Museum or experience one of the largest Native American gatherings in North America during the annual North American Indian Days festival in Browning. Follow in the footsteps of Lewis and Clark and set out on a journey of discovery.​

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Montana offers some of the greatest natural treasures on earth. From stunning scenery and dazzling waters to geologic wonders and cultural history, Montana state and national parks offer something for everyone. From historic battlefield sites to ghost towns, caverns, bison ranges and the first European settlement in the state, there’s plenty to see and explore.

Meet the Locals

Montana has a greater variety of wildlife than anywhere else in the lower 48. It's easy to spot a bison on the road near Yellowstone National Park or a mountain goat during a hike in Glacier National Park. In the more remote parts of Montana, you may catch a glimpse of a grizzly bear or a wolverine. Spotting wildlife in Montana is easy. Just don’t forget to pack your binoculars!

Hot Springs

Find a little slice of heaven in one of Montana’s hot springs and soak all your worries away in naturally warm geothermal waters. There are 13 hot spring resorts to choose from where you can base yourself for the duration of your stay. Or alternatively, why not add a little adventure to your road trip and hike to a natural oasis like the Boiling River just inside the border of Yellowstone National Park?

The Dinosaur Trail

Dig deep into the cretaceous period and investigate the leading role that Montana has played in palaeontology by following the Montana Dinosaur Trail. A ‘Prehistoric Passport’ will allow you to visit more than 12 sites related to excavations, including the Fort Peck, the home of one of the most complete T-Rex skeletons ever found and the Bozeman Museum of the Rockies, where you’ll find one of the world’s largest collections of fossils.

Striking Gold

Montana has a rich mining history, and the state is ranked as the 7th largest producer of gold in the United States by the US Geological Survey. As well as exploring ghost towns from the mining boom like Bannack or Virginia City, there are plenty of sites around the state where you can go prospecting for your own haul.

Our Top Hotels in Montana

Explorer Cabins at Yellowstone

Explorer Cabins at Yellowstone


West Yellowstone is your headquarters for the ultimate adventure! These self-catering cabins are located just minutes away from the West Entrance of Yellowstone National Park.

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Best Western

Best Western Plus Flathead Lake Inn & Suites


This hotel is located close to Flathead Lake, but there is also the option of Canadian shopping for guests who want a break from adventure and exploring.

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Holiday Inn Missoula

Holiday Inn Missoula Downtown


The Holiday Inn Missoula Downtown offers comfortable accommodations in a prime location. Guests will enjoy modern hotel services, including an indoor hotel pool, sauna and hot tub.

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Crowne Plaza Billings

Crowne Plaza Billings


At this hotel, enjoy the vast open plains, interrupted only by an occasional mountain or glacial lake, Eastern Montana affords visitors an endless horizon of starry skies.

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Fly Drive Holiday: North by Northwest

Seattle – Vancouver – Kamloops – Jasper – Banff National Park – Calgary – Kalispell – Yellowstone National Park – Jackson – Twin Falls – Pendleton – Yakima – Seattle

Take in two countries, five states, two Canadian provinces and seven National Parks on this epic fly drive holiday of majestic mountain ranges and incomparable natural wonders. Start in the cultural, coffee mad city of Seattle before making your way north to Vancouver. You’ll pass through the majestic scenery of the Rockies before dipping back down to the USA and experiencing the volcanic wonders of Yellowstone National Park and the Craters of the Moon National Monument. Take in the landscapes of Oregon and Washington State before returning to Seattle for your final night.
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Fly Drive Holiday: Epic National Parks of Wyoming and Montana

Jackson - Thermopolis - Cody - Yellowstone National Park - Big Sky - Butte - Missoula - Whitefish - Glacier National Park

Discover the best of Big Sky country and the Cowboy State on this beautifully scenic drive through Montana and Wyoming, including visits to the big three National Parks: Yellowstone, Grand Teton and Glacier. Your holiday starts in the mountain resort town of Jackson where you can pick up some designer outdoor wear before hitting the road and travelling through the hot springs of Thermopolis, the Buffalo Bill Center of the West in Cody and the Old West mining towns around Butte and Big Sky. Your fly drive ends in Whitefish with two full days to explore epic Glacier National Park before you drop off the car and take a flight back to the UK.
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Fly Drive Holiday: Real America

Rapid City - Deadwood - Bismarck - Medora - Billings - Yellowstone National Park - Jackson

Experience the Real America on this suggested fly drive through the Rocky Mountain states on this suggested fly drive itinerary taking in the Black Hills of South Dakota, Mount Rushmore and Crazy Horse, the Old West town of Deadwood, Badlands National Park, the Enchanted Highway, Theodore Roosevelt National Park and more! Start in Rapid City, known as the gateway to the Black Hills and then head in a scenic loop through some of the region’s most jaw-dropping landscapes. Your holiday ends with two days to explore Yellowstone National Park and a night in the mountain resort of Jackson.
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Motorhome Holiday: Northwest USA

Seattle/Everett - Mount Vernon - North Cascades National Park - Electric City - Coeur d'Alene - Butte - Yellowstone National Park - Idaho Falls - Massacre Rock State Park - Boise - La Grande - Portland, Oregon - Mount Rainier National Park - Seattle/Everett

Pick up your hotel on wheels and take to the road on this 13 night itinerary taking you through the highlights of America’s Northwest corner. Your journey will take you into National Parks, along mighty rivers and past dormant and not so dormant volcanoes. Enjoy afternoon tea in the former home of George Washington, watch Old Faithful erupt in Yellowstone National Park, mix with celebrities in Jackson and learn about the life of pioneers arriving from the East along the Oregon Trail.
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Time Difference:
GMT - 7 hours

Closest Airport:
Billings International Airport (approx. 16 hours, indirect), Denver International Airport (approx. 8 hours and 45 minutes, direct).

Getting around:
Montana is the ideal destination to explore by car. Car hire starts from £21 per day.

Insider Tip:
Why not arrive into Montana in style aboard Amtrak’s Empire Builder, which brought people, infrastructure and wealth to the west in the early days of the railroad?

You’re going to need an ESTA:
For anyone travelling to the USA, the US authorities have imposed a requirement for passengers travelling under the Visa Waiver Programme (VWP), to register for Electronic Travel Authority. Just fill in the online application form which you can find at You will need to apply for entry via ESTA at least a minimum of 72 hours prior to travel.

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