Great Falls International Airport (GTF)

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Great Falls will soon be home to the state’s largest private hangar with the capability to house two 737 aircraft.

Things To Do

Surrounded by pristine wilderness and water, Great Falls is your Basecamp for discovering Genuine Montana. The diversity of Central Montana’s landscape and wildlife create the perfect environment for any outdoor adventure. Experience Big Sky Country in a region that is uncrowded, untamed, and unparalleled in scenic beauty.

Fish one of the world’s best trout streams, backpack the pristine wilderness of the Bob Marshall Wilderness, drive one of North America’s most scenic routes, the Going-To-The-Sun Road, or snowshoe under the jagged peaks of Glacier National Park. No matter what adventure you choose, you are sure to meet some of the local wildlife and create memories that will last a lifetime. So, lace them up or strap in and let’s get started on your Genuine Montana adventure!

Destinations

Great Falls is known as Montana’s Basecamp for good reason. A short drive in almost any direction will lead you to some of the most iconic destinations in North America. Located halfway between Glacier National Park and Yellowstone National Park, Great Falls offers easy access to either of The West’s premier national parks. Just north of Glacier, Waterton Lakes National Park in Canada is one of the most photographed locations in the world (p.s. don’t forget your passport).

If national parks aren’t wild enough for you, the Bob Marshall Wilderness Complex, one of the largest roadless areas in the U.S., begins just 45 minutes outside of town. Anyone yearning to hike “The Bob” needs a good supply of bear spray, as this area boasts the highest population density of grizzly bears in the U.S.

Thirty miles south of Great Falls, the Upper Missouri River bends through the rock walls of Wolf Creek Canyon. This scenic stretch of river has roughly 3,500 to 5,500 trout per mile, one of the highest populations in the U.S. Floaters are also likely to see eagles, osprey, and even bighorn sheep along the banks.

Destinations

Great Falls is known as Montana’s Basecamp for good reason. A short drive in almost any direction will lead you to some of the most iconic destinations in North America. Located halfway between Glacier National Park and Yellowstone National Park, Great Falls offers easy access to either of The West’s premier national parks. Just north of Glacier, Waterton Lakes National Park in Canada is one of the most photographed locations in the world (p.s. don’t forget your passport).

If national parks aren’t wild enough for you, the Bob Marshall Wilderness Complex, one of the largest roadless areas in the U.S., begins just 45 minutes outside of town. Anyone yearning to hike “The Bob” needs a good supply of bear spray, as this area boasts the highest population density of grizzly bears in the U.S.

Thirty miles south of Great Falls, the Upper Missouri River bends through the rock walls of Wolf Creek Canyon. This scenic stretch of river has roughly 3,500 to 5,500 trout per mile, one of the highest populations in the U.S. Floaters are also likely to see eagles, osprey, and even bighorn sheep along the banks.