Getting to Montana This Winter
Dreaming of a winter getaway to Montana? A haven of powder and untouched snow, Montana is the perfect place for winter lovers. Boasting some of the best snow in North America, winter transforms Montana into a magical winter destination. Are you thinking “Is it easy to travel to Montana?” The answer: Yes, Montana is closer than you think. Plus, once you arrive, leaving is the hardest part.
Imagine having breakfast at home and being in Montana by lunchtime for an epic day of powder play and jaw-dropping winter views. With airports in seven of Montana’s major cities-Bozeman, Billings, Butte, Great Falls, Helena, Missoula and Kalispell-options for flying to a snow-covered paradise are endless.
Direct flights arrive daily from Denver, Las Vegas, Los Angeles, Dallas/Fort Worth, Minneapolis/St. Paul, Phoenix/Mesa, Salt Lake City, Portland and Seattle. During winter, flights from Atlanta and San Francisco are also available. Airlines flying to these airports include Delta/Sky-West, American Airlines, Alaska/Horizon Air, Frontier, United and Allegiant Air.
Once you land, breathe in the fresh mountain air and get ready for adventure. Fly into Bozeman and spend the afternoon on the slopes at Big Sky Resort. Arrive at Glacier Park International Airport and end the day refreshed after snowshoeing in Glacier National Park. Land in Billings and relax with a craft beer after cross-country skiing in the shadow of the Beartooth Mountains.Winter memories filled with breathtaking scenery are just around the corner. Explore Montana’s charming small towns, ski areas, trail adventures and national parks (which are open year-round.) We promise you won’t be disappointed.
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