Montana represents the untamed, the wild, the natural. Glacier and Yellowstone National Parks are starting points. Between the parks lie mountains that don't have names yet, in ranges you've never heard of. Scattered in their valleys, you'll find small towns full of friendly locals sharing the unexpected and even maybe their huckleberry pie. We invite you to explore the parks and all the places in between.

Central Montana- In Central Montana you'll find wide-open spaces and gracious people everywhere you go. It bridges the gap between mountains and rolling prairies—with orb-stretching big sky in-between. Whether you paddle a canoe down the wild and scenic, history-steeped Missouri River, camp along its White Cliffs or watch the magical spring migration of snow geese flocking to the waters of Freezout Lake, this region is full of stunning diversions. And, don’t miss the C.M. Russell Museum in Great Falls.

Southwest Montana- Southwest Montana Gold West Country is a part of Montana blessed with large agricultural valleys ringed by snow-capped mountains, some of Montana’s finest trout fishing and a mother-lode of history. We are also conveniently located between Glacier National Park and Yellowstone National Park, making us a great place to stop and experience what life in Montana was, is and will be.

Whitefish- Whitefish, Montana is an authentic mountain town located in the northern Rockies, home to some of the world's most beautiful mountains and spectacular, unspoiled nature. Just 25-miles from Glacier National Park, Whitefish offers close access to the hanging valleys and emerald peaks of this World Heritage Site.

Hilton Garden Inn- After one stay with us, you’ll see that HGI revolves around you. You’ve got enough on your mind, which is why we’ve got terrific Montana locations so you always have a consistent, comfortable place to stay when traveling through “Big Sky Country.” From starting your day with a full, cooked-to-order breakfast to ending it in our comfortable Garden Sleep System® bed, we’ve got the amenities you rely on to keep you successful in Billings, Missoula and Kalispell.

Southeast Montana- Perfectly positioned between Yellowstone National Park, Mount Rushmore National Memorial and Theodore Roosevelt National Park, Southeast Montana is badlands and prairie, canyons and forest. Whether you want to spend a week hiking Chalk Buttes or an hour exploring the Little Bighorn Battlefield, you won't want to miss the Indian, dinosaur, Western or recreational experiences to be had here.