Take a scenic drive through Gallatin County and get a real feel for life in Montana. Hike the same trails that early explorers first embarked upon, fish rivers that have changed little since before man knew they existed and unearth treasures in ghost towns left forgotten when the gold ran out.
A Day Out
Discover America’s First Story
This Yellowstone National Park journey has been designed by the locals for those seeking the inside knowledge and adventure to the first gem of the country. Come to view wildlife and geological wonders, or take in views of majestic mountains and Blue Ribbon Rivers, or learn of the people and meet a local character or two. Extend your stay in Yellowstone Country and go Park to Park! To find the perfect park journey CLICK HERE or call 1-888-995-3088.
Madison Valley Day Trip
In this 240 mile day trip through the Madison Valley, You'll find a wide variety of things to see and do. There are spectacular views of the mountains and lush valleys, as well as plenty of little towns to stop and walk around. More »
The Open Range Day Trip
This leisurely 190 mile drive takes you on a breathtaking drive through the mountains and eventually through some of the best farmland and ranches in Montana. This area is also steeped in history, taking you to important spots along Lewis and Clark's expedition. More »
Old West Day Trip
Take some time and see the way the west really was. For a short day, make the 37 mile drive from Bozeman to the Lewis & Clark Caverns and do some exploring. For those with more time, carry on and travel through ghost towns, fish the rivers or maybe dabble in the hot springs along the rest of this 170 mile tour. More »
Yellowstone National Park Day Trip
On your way to Yellowstone National Park, you'll travel through some outstanding scenery, driving through the mountains and along streams. Yellowstone is the country's first National Park and has seen millions of visitors since its opening in 1872. Spend some quality time here and you'll understand why. More »
This Agricultural Tour is recommended for travelers taking it slow. Follow a hunch, even if it's dawdling down an old dirt road; the Gallatin Valley and surrounding area explode with treasures. No story of Montana can be told without first acknowledging the family farm, which is the focus of this tour. Explore our hard-earned agricultural past and then discover the rich results of our present. More »