Natural Treasures at Every Turn

Recreate Responsibly in Western Montana

Western Montana's Glacier Country is steeped in natural wonders, cultural richness and unforgettable experiences. Among the region's magnificent landscapes and vibrant small towns, it's easier to breathe deeper, connect with nature and yourself, and feel inner peace. Here, you can find yourself in the moment. Here, outside noise and influence quiet down. Here, you can be still.

Glacier Country's sparkling waters, rich history, arts and culture, 75+ vibrant communities and nine scenic travel corridors make for one exceptional place. This is the season of hiking, fly-fishing and wildlife watching. It's also the time for epic road trips. Seize the chance to bike the Going-to-the-Sun Road before it's open to vehicles, or find a backroad and discover what's at the end of it. Come to Western Montana for the big views that put everything in perspective.

And while you're with us, please cherish these vast blue skies and this fresh mountain air just as we do, and please be mindful of your impact. Treat this land with respect and practice responsible recreation, ensuring its preservation for generations to come. Thank you for taking care in the Treasure State.

Order your free travel guide, and come catch your breath in Western Montana's Glacier Country.

Guiding Glacier

Western Cider

Montana River Guides

Western Cider Missoula + Bitterroot

You only get good cider if you start with good apples, and nobody knows that better than Western Cider. This craft cidery in Missoula, Montana, creates award-winning cider with heirloom apples grown on knobby, 80-year-old trees from the Bitterroot Valley's historic apple era.

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Montana River Guides Alberton + I-90 Corridor

What began as a humble venture with a van and a raft has grown into a renowned river guiding service on Montana's Alberton Gorge. For 30 years, Montana River Guides has been more than just guiding whitewater rafting trips and scenic floats. They're storytellers, stewards of our public lands, and purveyors of unforgettable experiences on Western Montana's treasured waters.

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News from Glacier National Park Currently, 29 miles of the Going-to-the-Sun Road are open for travel.