Tours offered year-round! Although this was the biggest defeat of the U.S. Army by the Plains Indians, it was also the beginning of the end for the Indians. With the massacre occurring right before the nation's centennial birthday, the mood changed against the Indian in Washington. American military engagement fought on June 25, 1876, on the banks of the Little Big Horn River also known as Custer's Last Stand.
Your experience on the Crow Reservation will include seeing customs and traditions. You will travel with a native Montana interpretive guide that has special experiences and knowledge of this area. Also offering Open Air Jeep Tours and Wild Mustang Tours.
These tours are designed to offer a more extensive experience to your Battle of the Little Bighorn Tour:
Lewis and Clark (Pompey's Pillar) & Custer Battlefield combination:
8 hour tour, May through October.
50 miles and 70 years apart.
The two most dramatic stories of the West.
Add to your full experience and visit the site of the June 17, 1876 battle between the Sioux and the Cheyenne Indians and General George Crook's cavalry and infantry.
This set the stage for the Indian victory eight days later.
St. Labre Indian School & Museum:
Add two hours onto your battlefield tour to experience this unique tepee-style church, Mission school, and the Cheyenne Indian Museum and Gift shop with it large collection of Native American artifacts and art.
Indian Trails Tour:
Day trip with lunch - April to October.
We will travel back in time of 4,500 years ago by visiting rock art and plains archaeology site, the Indian caves.
The trail will lead us to Crow Chief Plenty Coups historic home that includes spiritual sites and Indian artifacts. Then trail crosses the 1877 flight of Chief Joseph to Canada with a visit to the Canyon Creek battle area.