There is a Montana Adventure for Everyone

Let us be your gateway to every Western Adventure you’ve been dreaming of.

Adventures are everywhere in Montana, from skiing Big Sky to exploring Yellowstone National Park.

Renting a car should not be part of the adventure.



From the big name resorts like Big Sky and Whitefish Mountain Resort, to family-owned operations like Bridger Bowl and Lost Trail, every level of skier and snowboarder can find something to suit their ability.

And don’t forget all the great cross country skiing, snow shoeing, and snow mobiles.

Ski in Montana, Photo by Maarten Duineveld on Unsplash
Photo by Maarten Duineveld on Unsplash
Yellowstone National Park Photo by Ben Owen
Photo by Ben Owen

Yellowstone National Park

Yellowstone National Park. What else needs to be said?
The granddaddy of all national parks. You’ve always wanted to visit. Now is the time.


Montana is home to some of the best fly fishing on Earth and much of it is only a short drive from Bozeman Yellowstone Airport. Montana’s rivers and streams are teeming with trout waiting for anglers of all skill levels. Whether you’re an old hand or a newbie, come to Montana, the perfect spot is here.

Fly Fishing in Montana
Photo by Greysen Johnson on Unsplash
Montana Rodeo
Photo by Daniel Lloyd Blunk-Fernández on Unsplash

Montana Rodeo

Rodeos are one of the highlights of summer in Montana. With hundreds of ranches still mostly worked by cowboys on horseback, there’s no shortage of local talent. From PBR and PRCA, to dozens of local events, there are weekly rodeos all summer long. So pull on your boots, grab your hat and come on down. You’ll be glad you did.

Guest Ranches

Immerse yourself in Montana’s majesty and history with an authentic western experience on a Montana ranch vacation. Whether it’s an authentic working family ranch, a more traditional dude ranch, or a ranch resort. Montana has the western ranch experience to match every desire.
Montana Guest Ranches
Photo by Violeta Pencheva on Unsplash
Kayaking in Glacier National Park Montana
Photo by Mark Bosky on Unsplash

Rafting and Kayaking

Yellowstone National Park and Glacier National Park, two of the most iconic landscapes in Montana, have white water nearby. The rivers surrounding Yellowstone and Glacier make for a great add-on vacation when visiting either national park.