Whether your destination is Missoula or one of our outstanding Western Montana locations, like Glacier National Park, your experience starts here. If you have questions upon your arrival at MSO, you’ll find friendly faces willing to assist.
Information about local hotel, motel, and transportation options as well as communications and real estate can be found on the Courtesy Board located in our baggage claim area. Also located within the Terminal are several rental car companies.
We have two outstanding Tourism partners to help you plan your trip months in advance or find an activity at a moment’s notice.
Order a free Missoula Visitors Guide at www.destinationmissoula.org, stop by their walk-in visitor center located at 101 E Main Street in Downtown Missoula, or just call them: (406) 532-3250 / (800) 526-3465.
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Glacier Country Tourism:
Dialing (800) 338-5072 will take you directly to a live operator who can offer information about activities, cultural highlights, and destinations that make this region truly spectacular… or visit their website: www.glaciermt.com.
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Missoula is “a heady place – full of outdoorsy intellectuals who enjoy contemplating the west almost as much as they love playing in it” – National Geographic Adventure Magazine
Missoula’s moniker “The Garden City’ was earned as a result of its mild winters in comparison to other Montana locations. Missoula is located on a former glacier lakebed which is now traversed by the Clark Fork River. On the southwest corner of the city, the Bitterroot River feeds into the Clark Fork. The Blackfoot River meets the Clark Fork on the east end of Missoula.
Missoula has a mix of outdoor adventures – hiking, biking, fishing, rafting, kayaking, cross-country and downhill skiing, hunting, horseback riding – and all are within minutes of the city’s center. And there’s no lack of culture for the literate and the interested. For all ages, a vibrant Arts community, historical sites and historical societies, book stores, and community groups thrive in Missoula. Site of The University of Montana and the USDA Forest Service Northern Region, the city and surrounding communities are home to famous authors, artists, musicians, politicians, and cowboys.
The gateway to the Glacier Country region, Missoula is just three hours south of Glacier National Park, and 3-1/2 hours west of Yellowstone National Park. Surrounded by national forests and wilderness areas, Missoula is the favored site to disembark in order to visit the rest of Western Montana.
Ground Transportation: Transportation options are many and easy to arrange. Missoula International Airport’s Terminal tenants include several rental car companies, taxi companies, and shuttles. Missoula’s Mountain Line Public Transit Bus also serves the Airport’s travelers.
Whether you’re staying in the local area or need information about the surrounding region, there are many knowledgeable local organizations/associations willing to aid you. Here’s a few:
Destination Missoula (CVB) 406.532.3250
Glacier Country Tourism 1.800.338.5072 / 406.532.3234
Missoula Chamber of Commerce Visitors Information 406.543.6623
Missoula Downtown Association (BID) 406.543.4238
Montana Official State Travel Site 1.800.847.4868
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