Getting Here   Amanda Moss

Getting Here

Fly, drive or ride the rails into Montana. With major and regional airports, interstate and highway access and passenger rail stops along Montana’s “Hi-Line” (the rail line, the parallel U.S. Highway 2 and the surrounding land), you have options when it comes to getting here.


International airports

Billings Logan International Airport
Bozeman Yellowstone International Airport
Great Falls International Airport

Regional airports

Wokal Field Valley County Airport, Glasgow
Dawson Community Airport, Glendive
Havre City-County Airport, Havre
Sidney-Richland Airport, Sidney
L.M. Clayton Airport, Wolf Point

In-state flights

Cape Air offers daily flights between Billings Logan International Airport and the communities of Sidney, Glendive, Wolf Point, Glasgow and Havre.



Interstate 15
I-15 crosses into Montana from Idaho in the south and stretches north to the Canadian border, where it becomes Alberta Highway 4 (commonly known as Highway 4).

Interstate 90
I-90 provides access into Montana from Wyoming in the southeast part of the state and from Idaho in the west.

Interstate 94
I-94 enters Montana from North Dakota in the east and reaches its western terminus in Billings.


Highways 5, 2, 200 and North Dakota 68/Montana 23 cross into Montana from North Dakota.

Highways 212, 59, 310, Wyoming 120/Montana 72 and 89 enter Montana along its border with Wyoming.

*Note that the stretch of U.S. Highway 212 known as the Beartooth Highway is closed to all vehicles in winter.


Amtrak's Empire Builder route, which connects Chicago in the east to Portland and Seattle in the west, provides passenger rail service in Montana. The rail line runs parallel to Montana's Hi-Line (U.S. Highway 2) and has stops in five Montana communities in the central and eastern parts of the state: Shelby, Havre, Malta, Glasgow and Wolf Point.

Recreate Responsibly

Throughout Montana, we follow recreate responsibly principles to keep our outdoor spaces and communities the special places they are and to maintain the well-being of wildlife, residents and visitors, too. Please help us ensure safe and enjoyable experiences in the beautiful landscapes of Montana for you, the people around you and for future generations by following these principles: