Find Your Winter Gateway
There are places made for those with a winter soul. Places that speak to those with adventure in their heart and powder play on their mind. Places that exceed expectations, where at the end of the day when you settle in for the night, your heart is full and mind is dreaming about the epic adventures that await the next day. If you haven’t found that place, Montana is calling. From breathtaking mountain vistas to sweeping plains with charming small towns dotted in between, there are incredible experiences found around every corner. Combine endless adventure and spectacular views with winter in Montana, and you have a snow-covered paradise.
Layer your trip with alternating ski days on this four-day adventure from Bozeman to Red Lodge, which includes a well-worth-it detour to Yellowstone National Park. Along the way, traverse Bozeman Pass at 5,760 feet, journey through the city of Livingston, compare soaking experiences at Chico Hot Springs and Mammoth Hot Springs and climb on board for a dog sled adventure.
Kick off this five-day itinerary with some self-guided exploration of Missoula, Montana’s second largest city. Then gear up to hit the slopes as you make your way from Lost Trail Powder Mountain to Maverick Mountain and finally to Big Sky. For a change of pace, take the final day to explore Yellowstone National Park in all its winter glory.
Start out in Central Montana with this four-day trip that makes the rounds from Great Falls to Teton Pass back down to Showdown and finally over to Great Divide. Toast to your epic powder adventures with a final night out in the capital city.
A wide range of winter experiences in Montana can diversify any ski trip, but this itinerary is for the hardcore powder purists – those looking to ski or board without distraction on this five-day expedition. Sign on for this adventure and you’ll discover some truly breathtaking runs in Glacier National Park and at Whitefish, Turner, and Blacktail Mountains.
Powder's Ultimate Winter Experience
No other winter experience in the U.S. is quite like Montana’s. It’s the crisp air, the stunning mountains, vast and diverse terrain and immense snowfall. The state has high-end modern amenities and easy accessibility to airports, and yet these mountains rarely have crowds. Ski areas dot the state—Montana has 14 in all, from charming family-owned gems to world-class resort destinations.
National Park Trips
As the snow begins to fall in Montana, the bustle of summer and autumn crowds disperse and the landscape becomes covered in a glistening blanket of white. Winter is the perfect season to explore Big Sky Country. Home to two national parks, Glacier and Yellowstone, winter is one of the most peaceful and magical times to visit.
Family Winter Trips
There are many places to choose from for your family's next winter adventure. But there's only one place that gives you world-class ski resorts, breathtaking mountain vistas, charming small towns and incredible winter experiences around every corner.