Travelers heading to Bozeman, Belgrade or Livingston can fly to Montana’s Gallatin Field Airport (BZN), which offers service for the city of Bozeman, nearby communities, Montana State University and Yellowstone National Park. Several airlines offer regional service to this mid-sized airport including Alaska Airlines, Delta Airlines, Horizon Air, Northwest Airlines and United Express. Flights are available from Chicago, Denver, Las Vegas, Seattle and other American cities in the region.

There is limited shuttle bus service from the airport to nearby hotels, but taxicabs and rental cars are available near the baggage claim area. At some times during the day you may have to call ahead to reserve a cab or car service, but check with the dispatcher.

Alternatively, you can drive to Bozeman and take in the scenic beauty of the wide-open spaces of Montana. The city is located directly off of Interstate 90, and during the day the speed limit is 75 MPH. Drivers are advised to use their best judgment, and obviously that can’t be stressed enough. The roads are well maintained, but drivers should watch for changing road and weather conditions, which can make it slow going at various times of the year.