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International Border Crossings Crossing the United States/Canada Border Into Montana

Crossing the United States/Canada Border Into Montana

Our friends to the north: Montana and Canada share 13 active border crossings in British Columbia, Alberta and Saskatchewan. For information on individual border crossings like border wait time between Montana and Canada—along with each port's hours of operation—visit cbp.gov.

A Nordic Ski Wonderland from Glaciers to Geysers

Montana’s pristine cross-country and skate ski trails crisscross the enchanting wintry landscapes between Glacier and Yellowstone national parks.

When crossing the border, a current passport is required for all travelers. If you are crossing the border with minors, be sure to have notarized travel permission letters from their parents or legal guardians. If you are traveling solo with your children, be sure to bring a note of permission from the other parent. United States citizens under the age of 16 may use their birth certificate or naturalization certificate for travel between the United States and Canada.

United States-Canadian Border Crossing: For more information on Canada border crossings, visit travel.gc.ca. For information on traveling to the United States, visit travel.state.gov.

Map of Montana's Border Crossings.

*Crossing only available by Waterton Lake boat tour or hiking trails.
**Crossing closes at the end of September and reopens mid-May.

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