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The Best of Big Sky Country (Self Drive)

This 13 night sample itinerary includes:

  • Flight into and out of Bozeman
  • Rental Car for 14 days
  • Hotel for 2 nights in Bozeman
  • Hotel for 2 nights in Helena
  • Hotel for 2 nights in Missoula
  • Hotel for 2 nights in Flathead Forest
  • Hotel for 2 nights in Great Falls
  • Hotel for 2 nights in Billings
  • Hotel for 2 nights in Bozeman

Discover the charming cities across Montana with this unique road trip through Big Sky Country. Combine Bozeman (a city in southern Montana, in the Rocky Mountains, offering various outdoor activities), Helena, Missoula (known for its blue-ribbon trout fishing, outdoor recreational opportunities and spectacular natural beauty), strong>Flathead Forest, Great Falls and Billings (know for its extensive walking trails and beautiful parks bordering the Yellowstone River). b> This is a flexible vacation package. Select your number of nights in each city, desired hotel and activities.

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  • Bozeman, MT

  • Helena, MT

  • Missoula, MT

  • Flathead Forest-Glacier Natl Park, MT

  • Great Falls, MT

  • Billings, MT

  • Bozeman, MT

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Trip Summary

  • Bozeman, MT

    With mountains on all sides, Bozeman offers visitors with year-round activities, from the exciting adventure of snowmobiling or river rafting to the quieter nature experiences found in fly fishing and snowshoeing. The region`s history is showcased in several venues. Bozeman is a popular gateway to Yellowstone National Park and regularly recognized as one of the best small cities in America.

    Visit the Museum of the Rockies, Relax at the Hot Springs Resort, Go Skiing, Fly Fish at the Gallatin River, Go Snowmobiling, Visit the Historical Buffalo Jump, Check out the Yellowstone Gateway Museum, Experience the Festivals, and so much more!

  • Helena, MT

    Halfway between Yellowstone and Glacier national parks, under the shadows of Mt. Helena and Mt. Ascension, lies Helena, Montana`s beautiful capital city. The city traces its roots back to the 19th-century Montana Gold Rush. Millions of dollars of gold would eventually be extracted from the mining camp once known as Last Chance Gulch, and you can still see evidence of the city`s prosperity and history on the streets today. The town perfectly encapsulates the spirit of the west, serving as the ultimate backdrop for adventure boasting 75 miles of nearby trails waiting to be explored or biked – and those are just the ones that start downtown.

    Explore the Mount Helena City Park, Montana State Capitol, Reeder`s Alley, Cathedral of Saint Helena, Gates of the Mountain Wilderness Area, Centennial Park, ExplorationWorks, Holter Museum of Art, Spring Meadow Lake State Park, Montana Historical Society, and so much more!

  • Missoula, MT

    Missoula is quickly becoming one of the best places to live in the U.S., and visitors to this city just north of the Rockies will not be disappointed. With a ton of cultural sights and nature at its best, there are various quality destinations Missoula brings to the table. A visit to this spot is never finished without some angling and some famous blue-ribbon trout fishing. A thriving arts culture, foodie cafes and restaurants, popular craft breweries, some of the friendliest people around, and a plethora of outdoor adventure, Missoula has it all!

    Hike to the `M` on Mount Sentinel, Visit Caras Park, Explore Fort Missoula, Discover the Art Museum, Visit Wineries and Breweries, Enjoy the outdoors at Snowbowl Mountain, Rent a Bike, Listen to Live Music, and so much more!

  • Flathead Forest-Glacier Natl Park, MT

    Experience life in the center of it all. A popular base for exploring the stunning surrounding region is charming Kalispell, but we welcome you to explore other nearby towns such as Whitefish, Bigfork, and Columbia Falls. In this area, spectacular mountains rise on all sides, the crystal-clear rivers and lakes sparkle, and homey accommodations can be found on every corner alongside coffee shops and craft breweries.

    From Skiing to Fly Fish and trekking in Flathead National Forest and Glacier National Park, this area offers activity for all interests!

  • Great Falls, MT

    Great Falls is home to the C.M. Russell Museum, devoted to the artist known for images of the American West. The Paris Gibson Square Museum of Art shows contemporary work in a landmark Romanesque Revival building. On the Missouri River, the Lewis and Clark National Historic Trail Interpretive Center has exhibits on the explorers’ route through the adjacent Giant Springs State Park.

    Explore the River`s Edge trail, C.M. Russell Museum, Giant Springs State Park, Lewis and Clark Interpretive Center, First Peoples Buffalo Jump State Park, Great Falls of Missouri River, Paris Gibson Square Museum of Art, Showdown Montana, The History Museum, and so much more!

  • Billings, MT

    Billings, in the beautiful state of Montana, is a fantastic place to come if you love the great outdoors, as the natural beauty of this area absolutely breathtaking. The city boasts a vibrant scene with excellent breweries, tasty cuisine, interesting history and culture, and some of the best outdoor pursuits in the country.Billings is also called the "City Beneath the Rimrocks". The Rimrocks, also known as the "Rims", are a 300 to 800 foot sandstone formation.

    Explore the Pictograph Cave State Park, Yellowstone River, Dan Walt Garden, Pompey`s Pillar, Moss Mansion Historical House, Yellowstone Valley Farmers Market, and so much more!

  • Bozeman, MT

    With mountains on all sides, Bozeman offers visitors with year-round activities, from the exciting adventure of snowmobiling or river rafting to the quieter nature experiences found in fly fishing and snowshoeing. The region`s history is showcased in several venues. Bozeman is a popular gateway to Yellowstone National Park and regularly recognized as one of the best small cities in America.

    Visit the Museum of the Rockies, Relax at the Hot Springs Resort, Go Skiing, Fly Fish at the Gallatin River, Go Snowmobiling, Visit the Historical Buffalo Jump, Check out the Yellowstone Gateway Museum, Experience the Festivals, and so much more!