Montana: It’s Business Time

The Official Western Montana Business to Business Blog

Glacier Country’s B2B blog is your go-to for hosting meetings, conventions, groups and group tours in Western Montana. We highlight unique venues, world-class meeting and group activities, tour itineraries and spectacular, year-round travel in our charming small towns and remarkable, unspoiled nature.

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Group travel in Western Montana is second to none.

The tour options you can provide your clients are as expansive as our big blue sky. Show them Montana, and show them a little bit of heaven on earth.

Explore the possibilities.

Discovery Is Endless Around Here

Montana is known for its spectacular unspoiled nature and western hospitality, making it an ideal destination for foreign independent travelers (FIT).

Offer your clients something new.

Location, Location, Location!

We have some of the world’s finest luxury guest ranches that are perfect for retreats, executive board meetings and corporate incentive travel programs offering one-of-a-kind experiences.

Consider these sumptuous locales.

You Won’t Believe Your Eyes

From downtown art museums in Missoula and a world-class ski resort in Whitefish (complete with views of Glacier National Park) to historic theaters and a massive bull barn in the iconic Blackfoot Valley, Western Montana has plenty of uniquely inspiring venues that are sure to wow.

See for yourself.

Empty Roads Lead to Full-on Adventure

When it comes to riding the open roads of Montana on a motorcycle, Western Montana’s Glacier Country has the most miles of well-maintained roads in the Treasure State.

Plan your route.

Tips from Those in the Know

Professionals highlight unique venues, world-class meeting and group activities, tour itineraries and spectacular, year-round travel in our charming small towns and remarkable, unspoiled nature.

Learn from the best.

The Latest Blog Articles From Glacier Country

10 Reasons to Meet at the University of Montana

It’s no secret that Missoula is a special place. Located at the convergence of five valleys and with three blue-ribbon trout streams nearby, the Missoula Valley has been a gathering place for groups of people for years. It’s also home to one of the best locations for meetings in Western Montana — the University of Montana. With over 42,000 square feet […]

April 2, 2024

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7 Day Tribal Nation Itinerary Through Western Montana

Western Montana’s Glacier Country sits on the traditional ancestral territory of the Amskapi Piikani, Ksanka, Selis, and Qlispe people, and within its borders reside the Confederated Salish and Kootenai Tribes of the Flathead Reservation and the Blackfeet Tribe of the Blackfeet Reservation. For groups seeking to delve into the vibrant tapestry of American Indian culture […]

March 25, 2024

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Destination Retreat: Meet The Lodge at Trout Creek

Here is the scenario: You are a meeting planner and have been asked to find the perfect retreat location for a small think tank, executive board retreat, or leadership meeting venue. You’ve been tasked with finding something different. Let us introduce you to The Lodge at Trout Creek via this guest blog post from the […]

February 22, 2024

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Experience Culture: Museums in Montana’s Glacier Country

If you’re looking for an impressive cultural experience, Western Montana’s Glacier Country has you covered. From Old West and cowboy memorabilia to Lewis and Clark and American Indian history to personal-collection museums of Americana memorabilia, our region has something for every group. The history buffs, art lovers, train and plane aficionados, and even the average Joe in […]

February 13, 2024

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Is Winter a Good Time to Meet in Western Montana?

We will let you in on a little secret. In the heart of winter, Western Montana unveils its hidden charm, making it the perfect backdrop for your next meeting or retreat. While many may think of spring and fall as the go-to seasons for destination meetings, winter is our secret season of splendor. And let’s […]

January 29, 2024

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