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Travel Corridors and Scenic Drives

Western Montana’s Wide-Open Spaces Are Calling

As we look to slowly reopen the United States to travel, tour operators and inbound operators are contemplating traveler comfort levels and what safety measures will be required to make them feel safe to resume travel. Most travel experts feel that domestic travel will return first, and that natural, rural and open spaces will be the draw for most travelers—avoiding congested cities and urban spaces. With that in mind, Western Montana’s Glacier Country has broken our rural corridors into nine easy drives offering a scenic, off-the-beaten-path opportunity to give visitors exactly what they want. We offer itineraries for these beautiful drives and unique attractions, and we’re featuring the Bitterroot Valley, Seeley-Swan Valley and Tour 200 rural corridors. As of June 1, we’re welcoming out of state visitors to once again travel to Montana and enjoy our wide-open spaces respectfully and responsibly.


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The Great Outdoors

Preparing for the
Tourism Recovery

As we navigate the uncharted waters of COVID-19, we have all had to adapt to a new reality. Our travel, tourism and hospitality industries were hit hard, and many are left wondering what do we do now and how long will this last? Here in Western Montana at Glacier Country Tourism, we’ve put a great deal of thought and planning into what we can do, and we’d like to share some of these actionable items with you in hopes they might help your businesses as we move from Stay at Home directives into tourism recovery.

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Make a New Best Friend Llama Trekking

Tour operators continue to search for that unique, “never have I ever done that” experience for clients who enjoy soft adventure. Llama trekking is an all-around lovable affair that provides eco-therapy for the soul. When you trek with a llama you get to hike into the mountains or forest without carrying gear, which makes hiking with groups logistically easier and more enjoyable. Our friends at Swan Mountain Llama Trekking are ready to accommodate your group on an easy hike in the Swan Mountain Range.

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