Welcome to Indian Country
Come see for yourself all that the Native American culture has to offer. Go beyond the cinematic version seen on television and in movies, and feed your soul by experiencing the many tribal communities, diverse cultures and history of this vast, unspoiled land. Your experience is made easier by following one, or all, of our customized road trips created to guide you through the heart of the eight federally recognized Indian nations. These trips highlight what is remarkable within each of the seven tribal reservations. We encourage you to journey off the beaten path to explore unique sights, buy local authentic arts and crafts, taste Native American cuisine and experience the splendor and beauty of the tribal nations across Montana.
Warrior Trail Highway
This history-packed trip starts in Billings and travels across Southeast Montana to showcase some of the best Native American warrior history of the Great Plains. Hear tales of tribal war chiefs, see historic battlefields and explore ancient indigenous art. Travel this route to learn more about the culture and history of the Crow and Northern Cheyenne tribes.
Peaks and Valleys
This scenic drive is one that will amaze and excite your senses. Start in Missoula, located at the junction of five mountain valleys: Clark Fork Valley to the west, Flathead Valley to the north, Blackfoot Valley to the northeast, Deer Lodge Valley to the east and Bitterroot Valley to the south. Travel through western Montana’s Glacier Country and explore the history, culture and tradition of the Confederated Salish and Kootenai Tribes and the Blackfeet Tribe.
Sleeping Buffalo Trail
Start in Great Falls in Central Montana to visit and learn more about the lives and culture of the Little Shell, Rocky Boy’s, Fort Belknap and Fort Peck tribes. If you love being on the open road, this is the perfect route for you. Leave your stress behind to cruise the rolling plains and marvel at the colorful mosaic of beauty between your destinations.