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Montana issues recreation guidelines in unprecedented surge to outdoor destinations

The campaign promotes safe and responsible behavior among those traveling in the state.

Montana fire lookouts: Alone on a peak to watch for wildfires

“People envy that I have this job,” “I don’t think I’ll ever give it up.”

Uptown Butte focuses on enhancing historical beauty

Butte is toughening up on vacant building ordinances in an effort to enhance Uptown’s historical beauty.

Alaska Airlines to begin service from Missoula to San Diego, San Fran and San Jose

The service into California, announced on Tuesday, begins next March and brings to six the number of nonstop destinations offered by Alaska Airlines from Missoula International Airport – the most of any carrier.

West Glacier workers test positive, isolate

An unknown number of business employees in West Glacier, Apgar and Whitefish have tested positive for COVID-19 and are isolated, according to Glacier National Park and Flathead County officials.

Folks – This is not the year to visit Glacier National Park

It’s not the year to visit. Glacier is great, but when its barely open, and over crowded its a mess.

Historic Sperry Chalet open for the season

Glacier National Park does not enforce the mask mandate at Sperry Chalet, each individual concessionary who runs each chalet make their own mandate.

Focus on Small Business – The Elegant Hotel Finlen in Butte, Montana

In 1924, the 9-story hotel with 250 rooms opened its doors. It was designed in a similar style to the Hotel Astor in New York City and has been a center of commerce and culture ever since.

Montana Office of Tourism and Business Development Friday Flash

Reminders/Updates for our Tourism Partners

Airline adds year-round, nonstop flights between Bozeman, Los Angeles

Brian Sprenger, Bozeman Yellowstone International airport director, said the airlines will start offering the trips on Nov. 20, with fares as low as $89 each way.