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Guiding the Way

Six guided tours that will make you feel like a local

GETTING TO MONTANA IS EASIER THAN EVER

Guiding the Way

There are countless ways to spend the day in Montana, but sometimes you need an experienced guide to show you the way to great adventures. Tours can take you farther into the backcountry, deeper into the history and culture, and closer to the local food and drink than otherwise possible. Here are some unique tours that will help you explore Montana like never before. 

Snowcoach Tours

Exploring in the winter doesn’t have to be cold. Snowcoach tours allow you to travel farther on snow-covered roads in style and comfort as you see scenic West Yellowstone and the country’s first national park. Visit Old Faithful with SeeYellowstone Tours or take a tour through Yellowstone National Park with Yellowstone Expeditions. No matter how cold the weather, you’ll be warm and cozy in a snowcoach.
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Exploring the Cities

Guided tours will bring you closer to the history of Montana’s cities. Led by historians and experts, explore the streets of Havre, Butte and Missoula while learning the inside scoop on all the local tales, secrets, and historical landmarks. These tours take visitors through the decades and immerse visitors in an unforgettable way.
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Wildlife Tours

While you’re sure to spot animals during your trip, sometimes the wildest sights are just off the beaten path. To get a better look at Montana’s abundant wildlife, go on a wildlife tour, which features spectacular scenery and one-of-a-kind looks at all things with paws, wings, or hooves. Take a winter sleigh ride along Spencer Lake at Bar W Guest Ranch or snap a picture of bison on a Yellowstone Alpen Guides winter photography tour. With an experienced guide at your side, you’re sure to get an up-close look at nature’s inhabitants.
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Breweries and Distilleries

For those looking for locally crafted drinks, go on a brewery or distillery tour. The Missoula Hop-On Tour takes visitors behind the scenes of three breweries for a look at the production process and a taste of their unique craft beers. Or stop by a local distillery like Bozeman Spirits Distillery or Whitefish Handcrafted Spirits for a sip of the delicious Montana cold spring vodka and huckleberry liquor. See for yourself how these drinks are made before returning to the tap room to try your new favorite drink.
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Historical Tours

Surround yourself in the rich history of Montana with a tour of one of the state’s local landmarks. Located outside of Billings, Little Bighorn Tours takes visitors to the site of the Battle of Little Bighorn and provides extensive insight into the history of the event and the customs and traditions of the Crow Tribe. For those looking for history with a hint of intrigue, check out the Old Montana Prison, which offers tours of the abandoned complex as well as late night ghost tours.
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Backcountry Adventures

Have a guide take you to the best under-the-radar spots this winter, including backcountry ski slopes, scenic snowshoe trails, exhilarating snowmobiling trips, and cozy lodging deep in the mountains. Montana Alpine Adventures takes travelers into the Bell Lake Basin for an unmatched and remote skiing experience followed by a night in a comfortable and luxurious yurt. Or spend the day in Glacier National Park with the Glacier Adventure Guides, who lead visitors to the best spots for cross-country skiing, snowshoeing, and ice climbing. No matter what you’re looking for, there’s an experienced guide waiting to lead the way.
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