BUTTE — Tourism across the state of Montana continued its rebound since the recession, said representatives at a tourism conference on Tuesday in Butte.
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KALISPELL — National Park Service officials say this July was the busiest that Glacier National Park has ever seen.
JACKSON, Wyo. — Homeowners in most parts of Teton County will no longer be allowed to rent out their properties for short-term visitors.
Last year, 2.2 million people visited Glacier National Park and they spent nearly $179 million in the area, according to a new National Park Service report. That spending supported 2,824 jobs in the area. Of the total visitors, 2,075,000 were non-local tourists.
HELENA — Montana residents and visitors have new ways to find out information about the Lewis & Clark National Historic Trail.
YELLOWSTONE NATIONAL PARK — Yellowstone National Park saw its visitation numbers increase more than 7 percent for the month of June, compared to a year ago.
The Montana Department of Commerce has $500,000 in state accommodations tax funds available for tourism-related facility improvement projects through the Montana Office of Tourism’s 2014 Tourism Infrastructure Investment Program.
Now more than ever, women are striking out and traveling by themselves both for business and pleasure. And, although their reasons for traveling are similar to their male counterparts, women traveling alone have very different needs and concerns. From safety issues to cultural variations, wo…
One of the most important Made in Montana exports doesn’t involve loading commodities on trains, jumbo jets or pipelines. In fact, this product is consumed without ever leaving the state.
JACKSON, Wyo. — A company that publishes a Mandarin-language visitors guide to Yellowstone and Grand Teton national parks is offering tips to Jackson businesses for marketing to Chinese tourists.
YELLOWSTONE NATIONAL PARK — Visitation to Yellowstone National Park for the month of May and for the first five months of this year has risen almost 6 percent compared to 2013.
As someone who loves Montana’s wide-open spaces, it’s easy to get depressed. Whether it’s chopped up landscapes or underfunding for parks, it seems we lose a little more of the great outdoors each day. How is this possible? How is it we live in a state where the outdoors is our cultural foun…
JACKSON, Wyo. — The number of tourists who visited Yellowstone and Grand Teton this past winter was comparable to the number of visitors the winter before.
CASPER, Wyo. -- Wyoming’s national parks and monuments create thousands of jobs and generate more than $700 million in tourism spending in Wyoming, according to a report released Monday by the National Park Service.
Federal officials say 10.5 million people visited National Park Service sites in Montana and Wyoming in 2012 and spent more than $1.1 billion.
Because of increased rail traffic and a severe winter season, BNSF Railway rerouted the westbound Empire Builder line to bypass Grand Forks, Devils Lake and Rugby, N.D. That meant passengers were bused to and from Fargo and Minot. Operations are to resume normally beginning on Saturday.
The owner of a new commercial scenic air tour business based out of the Jackson airport in Grand Teton National Park says his routes will not disturb park visitors.
KALISPELL — Glacier National Park had its fourth busiest year in 2013.