Travel Throughout History, Through Majesty And Within Legend Billings, Montana

Whether you seek adrenaline pumping adventure or easy paced experiences, Billings, Montana’s Trailhead is the perfect place to start your journey. With exceptional air service, Billings is the ideal home base for venturing off to enjoy surrounding areas.

As the largest community between Calgary and Denver, Spokane and Minneapolis, Billings boasts big city amenities with a truly small town feel. Enjoy unique Montana hospitality where the people will look you in the eye and take time to make you feel welcome.

Carved by the Yellowstone River and sheltered by the Rimrocks, Billings boasts unparalleled views just minutes from downtown. Overlook the city from above at Swords Park, the park atop the Rims, enjoy a sunset view unlike any other.

Stroll historic Montana Avenue in downtown Billings, busy with retail and culture by day, and a hot spot at night with award-winning cuisine and Montana’s only walkable brewery district, boasting six breweries and two distilleries. Throw in a live music scene and the atmosphere is tough to beat.

History is right out your front door. Walk back in time where William Clark did over 200 years ago at Pompeys Pillar National Monument. Name for the infant son of Sacagawea that also went on the expedition, just 202 steps to the top, the pillar boasts views of 5 mountain ranges and the Yellowstone River, the longest free flowing river in the lower 48 states. History comes to life as you look upon the location of General Custer’s Last Stand against Sitting Bull and Sioux in 1876 at the Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument.

Take in the stunning views of scenic Beartooth Highway to Yellowstone National Park coveted as the most scenic drive in America. Experience truly local flavor on the back roads and in the open spaces of Big Sky Country.

Billings allows you to travel throughout history, through majesty and within legend. Use it as your trailhead to Yellowstone and so much more!

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