Situated in the western corner of Montana is Glacier Country, a region that’s home to spectacular places like Glacier National Park, Flathead Lake, two Indian reservations and the northern Rocky Mountains. Encompassing 22,000 square miles (35,400 kilometers), Montana’s Glacier Country is full of unforgettable experiences that include everything from stunning 400-foot waterfalls to watchable wildlife and the brilliant teal colors of glacial-fed lakes to our area’s rich American Indian history. Combine that with genuine western hospitality and our charming communities and you’re sure to be able to provide your clients with options that are expansive as Montana’s big blue sky.
Top 5 Reasons to Bring Group Travel to Montana
Western Montana combines wide-open spaces and outdoor recreation with convenient amenities.
The West is alive and well in Montana and offers group tours unforgettable hospitality and experiences, including trail rides and guest ranches.
Within our region are a range of adventures that are sure to please both soft-adventure lovers and thrill seekers. Topping the list are guided tours on historic red buses in Glacier National Park, zip lining 300 feet (91 meters) above the ground at Whitefish Mountain Resort or taking a boat cruise on Flathead Lake—the largest natural freshwater lake in the West.
Montana’s natural beauty—including glacial-carved mountains and wide valleys—is sure to keep your group engaged and eagerly awaiting the next stunning view. Here in Glacier Country, that view is likely located just around the bend.
Glacier Country is anchored by four cities—Hamilton, Kalispell, Missoula and Whitefish—that offer a wide range of activities and easy access to our outdoor wonders, as well as serving as great hub and spoke locations.