American and Canadian Rockies Loop Tour
A Two-Nation Vacation

The Rocky Mountain Range—affectionately known as the Rockies—is the longest mountain range in North America, stretching from New Mexico to the north of British Columbia. The Rocky Mountain region has abundant adventures for travelers looking to explore this part of the U.S. and Canada. The Rockies are home to numerous national parks and national forest lands, hot springs, wildlife-watching opportunities and authentic western history and cultural offerings. Partnering with our neighbors to the north in Canada, we’ve created a fantastic group or FIT Two-Nation Rocky Mountain Vacation itinerary for your clients that includes British Columbia’s Kootenai National Park, Alberta’s Banff National Park and Waterton-Glacier International Peace Park in both Alberta and Montana. For more ideas on what to see and do in the American Rockies, check out 10 Reasons to Visit the American Rockies.

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Wild West Adventures with a Glacier Country Outfitter   

Travelers come to Western Montana’s Glacier Country from around the world as they look for authentic adventures that include things like cruising the Going-to-the-Sun Road in Glacier National Park, or attending an American Indian pow wow. We’ve got some additional regional-favorite adventures served up by Swan Mountain Outfitters. Stop in at the Crown of the Continent Discovery Center in West Glacier, offering a variety of Montana-made food, gifts and souvenirs, along with a seasonal petting zoo. Schedule some fun with a horseback-riding adventure in Glacier National Park or a llama-trekking adventure. New this year—rent a moped and cruise Glacier National Park in the open air. The region is known for world-class fly-fishing on its scenic rivers, so plan a floating or fishing trip to try and catch that elusive brown trout. If you’re visiting in the winter, Swan Mountain Outfitters can provide the ultimate snowmobiling outing on groomed trails throughout the region.

Western Montana Attends Tour Operator Trade Shows

This winter and spring, Glacier Country Tourism Sales Manager Debbie Picard will be representing Western Montana’s tourism product at various trade shows around the country. She is excited to meet with multiple markets including international FIT tour operators, international inbound tour operators and domestic group tour operators. If you will be attending one of the following shows and would like to meet with Debbie to learn about the newest lodging properties, the addition of new tours and activities, Montana’s culinary scene as well as get itinerary suggestions throughout Western Montana, be sure to request an appointment with her at one of the following shows: NTA Travel Exchange in San Antonio, Texas (December 14 – 18), Go West Summit in Salt Lake City, Utah (January 16 – 19), ABA’s Annual Meeting & Marketplace in Charlotte, North Carolina (January 26 – 30), International Roundup in Kalispell, Montana (April 9 – 11) and IPW in Denver, Colorado (May 19 – 23).