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Experience Montana

Bus Tour 

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We'll Visit:
Butte, MT - Gates of the Mountains - Virginia City, MT 
 Yellowstone National Park - Bozeman, MT
July 25 -29 5 Nights/4 Days
Sunday, July 25
  • Tour Guests Arrive in Bozeman, MT

  • Dinner at Hotel With All Tour Guests

  • Hand Out Tour Swag & Get to Know Each Other


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Monday, July 26
  • Visit Headwaters State Park where Lewis & Clark met after splitting up on their Corp of Discovery Journey. It's where the Missouri River, the longest river in America, begins. 

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  • Lunch & browse in Three Forks, Montana, an authentic Montana western town whose history dates back to the 1800s.

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  • Tour Museum of the Rockies and see bones of ancient dinosaurs and walk-thru an actual Montana Homestead from the 1800s.

  • Hotel in Bozeman, MT

Tuesday, July 27
  • Take a Trolly tour of Historic Butte, MT, once the richest town between the Mississippi River & San Francisco. 

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  • Enjoy a boat excursion thru Gates of the Mountains, named by Meriwether Lewis when he and the Corp of Discovery paddled thru in 1805.

"This evening we entered much the most remarkable clifts what we have yet seen. These cliffs rise from the waters edge on either side perpendicularly to the height of 1200 feet . . . the river appears to have forced its way through this immense body of solid rock for the distance of 5 3/4 miles, and where it makes its exit below has thrown on either side vast columns of rocks mountains high . . . from the singular appearance of this place, I called it the Gates of the Rocky Mountains."  - Meriwether Lewis, July 19, 1805

  • Dinner next to the Missouri River in Helena, Mountain. 

  • Hotel for the night in Helena, MT, the state's Capitol City. 

Wednesday, July 28
  • Group Picture on Steps of Montana State Capitol

  • Lunch & Shopping in Ennis, MT,  a quaint Montana town tucked along the Madison River and surrounded by mountains (Madison Range to the east, the Tobacco Roots to the northwest and the Gravelly Range to the south).

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  • Spend the afternoon in Virginia City, MT. Once the capital of Montana after gold was discovered there in 1862. You'll see stores and livery stables frozen in time. We'll end our time their with a catered chuck wagon-style dinner. 

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  • After leaving Virginia City, we'll stop at Quake Lake on our way to Yellowstone National Park. Quake lake was formed when the entire side of a mountain gave way after an earthquake in 1959 that killed 28 people. 

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  • We'll end the day in West Yellowstone on the border of Yellowstone National Park.

Thursday, July 29
  • Make a stop at Grand Prismatic, the most photographed hot spring inside Yellowstone National Park. The Grand Prismatic is a rainbow of colors and larger than a football field.

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  • Our next stop is Old Faithful. One of Yellowstone's nearly 500 geysers, Old Faithful is easily the most famous geyser in all the world. It erupts with regularity every 60-90 minutes. 

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  • Once we venture back outside Yellowstone National Park, we'll return to West Yellowstone to visit the Grizzly & Wolf Discovery Center. Here you'll see up close & personal Grizzly bears, wolves, eagles, raptors, and otters. 

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  • Dinner on this final day of the tour will be in Big Sky, Montana, along the Yellowstone River.

  • Return to Hotel in Bozeman, MT

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