Montana COVID-19 Updates


Safety First Partners

Glacier Country Tourism is working with the Montana Department of Commerce’s Office of Tourism and Business Development and many organizations across the state on a campaign to promote safe and responsible behavior among those who are traveling in the state. Montana Aware is a public health initiative that aims to educate residents and visitors on best practices to slow the spread of COVID-19.

Before travelers hit the road, they should adhere to “Know before you go” recommendations:

  • Be aware of local public health guidelines prior to arrival.
  • Understand some services and destinations may be limited.
  • Call ahead.
  • Be patient and prepared.
  • Be kind and travel responsibly.
  • Leave no trace.
  • Practice wildland fire safety by putting out campfires completely.

The following destination marketing organizations are partners in this statewide effort:

Glacier Country Tourism thanks the organizations within our region helping us with Montana Aware efforts—keeping their communities healthy and safe.

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