Expert Travel Advice to Montana

Top Answers To Montana Travel Questions

  • Anonymous user answered:
    Montana is a big state and offers tons of places you'll want to see! There's lots of travel information on this page, plus you can find more recommendations at the Visit Montana website (www.visitmt.com). You may want to rent a car to get to some of the more rugged, harder-to-reach corners of the state. Amtrak's Empire Builder line runs across the northern reaches of the state between Wolf Point and Libby, and takes in such highlights as Whitefish and Glacier National Park. You could certainly fill a week of great adventures with stops in both these places.
  • Anonymous user asked:
    Anonymous user answered:
    Glacier Park International Airport (airport code FCA) located in Kalispell, Montana.
  • Anonymous user answered:
    We will be doing the same thing in September, how do I get an answer? "We will be traveling east on 90 and would like to know the attractions to see across Montanta within 50 miles or so off 90."
  • Pieter answered:
    Yeah, long, long drive and depends on your starting point and destination, but you might want to think about ticking off long chunks of highway on the interstates and then focusing on one or two stops/scenic routes along the way. Santa Fe north through the San Luis Valley (to Buena Vista) is an amazing drive that's not too far off course. The Yellowstone/Grand Teton roads are also great. Pretty much any drive in Montana is good, even the freeways to some extent. If you can do the Eastern exit of Yellowstone (over Beartooth Pass to Cooke City, MT), I'd highly recommend it.

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