The best way to see Montana is on a sightseeing tour. Go with an expert guide or outfitter to see the best of this vast state. Sightseeing tours take you to the best parts of our public lands, point out landmarks, help scout for wildlife, and take care of everything for you.
A scenic drive in Montana can take you over towering mountains, through snaking valleys and across high plains. From the famous Going-to-the-Sun Road to the winding Beartooth Highway, you will find out why Lewis and Clark described their adventures in Montana as "scenes of visionary enchantment." While most drives in Montana can arguably be called "scenic drives" these are some of our favorites. Make sure to check the road status before you venture out (some of these roads are only open in summer) but after doing so, get ready to take in the rugged beauty of some of the nation’s greatest scenic highways, byways, and roads.
Montana is a place of extremes. The eastern two-thirds is big prairie and rich farmland, rolling hills of good grass pasture, and rugged badlands, underneath which lies vast stores of coal and crude oil. And the sky is really, really big! The western third is mountain foothills, productive river valleys and mountains with plentiful timber and minerals and recreation opportunities.
Get closer to the land we cultivate in Montana on an agriculture tour. Walk through amber waves of grain or tag along on a cattle drive. Montana's thriving ag community offers vineyards, ranches, and everything in between, which means ample opportunities to sharpen your culinary skills or muddy up your boots.