When the weather cools down, the adventure heats up. Countless travelers rely on Montana's sure-fire snow to plan their winter excursions: alpine and cross country skiing, ice climbing, dogsledding, snowmobiling, and more winter backcountry than you can imagine. So if you're snow-coaching into Yellowstone, or simply snow couching with a good book next to a warm fire, use Billings as your trailhead to everything a Montana winter has to offer.
Have you noticed how destination resorts charge an arm and a leg for even the simple stuff? Visit Billings and experience bunny slope prices for bunny slope users (and serious deals for every level of fun). And we'll have a nice hot tub or waterslide for you when you get home.
“I’M IN LOVE WITH MONTANA. FOR OTHER STATES I HAVE ADMIRATION, RESPECT, RECOGNITION, EVEN SOME AFFECTION. BUT WITH MONTANA IT IS LOVE. AND IT’S DIFFICULT TO ANALYZE LOVE WHEN YOU’RE IN IT.”
John Steinbeck, Travels with Charley: In Search of America
Let's face it: winter adventure can be hard work! Make sure to combine the great outdoors with Montana's finest indoors: the dining and lodging that give you the juice to get out there again tomorrow.