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Helena’s Free Trail Shuttle

It’s that time of year again!  The Trail Rider begins tomorrow, Wednesday, June 4 shuttling riders to various Helena trailheads (for free) FIVE days a week this summer…. Read more »

All Aboard!

All Aboard!

In honor of opening day for the Last Chance Tour Train, I’m going to recycle an older blog entry about riding the Last Chance Tour Train. Once… Read more »

Geocaching: “Oh the Places You’ll Go”

I do love to geocache.  Unfortunately, last August during the Geocaching challenge of 31 caches in 31 days, I may have burnt out a couple of family… Read more »

Pet Peeve: “There’s Nothing To Do”

A friend the other made a comment that there’s just nothing to do in Helena. That is absolutely my pet peeve. I wonder why people who live… Read more »

Geocaching The Best

Every time someone logs a Helena, Montana GeoTour geocache on geocaching.com, I receive an email. Sometimes they are simple notes that say “found it” or “thanks for… Read more »

Helena, Montana – Half-way Between Yellowstone & Glacier

Helena, Montana – Half-way Between Yellowstone & Glacier

I recently gave a presentation on Helena, Montana and focused on our location between Yellowstone National Park and Glacier National Park.  Every other slide, I reminded the… Read more »

Welcome Germans, Italians, Australians, Swiss to Helena, Montana

Welcome Germans, Italians, Australians, Swiss to Helena, Montana

  HELENA, Montana – Rocky Mountain International (RMI) coordinates the international tourism activities for the state tourism departments of Idaho, Montana, South Dakota, Wyoming and North Dakota…. Read more »

Helena, MT featured in the 2015 Rand McNally Road Atlas

The 2015 Rand McNally Road Atlas has recently been released and gracing this year’s front section of the atlas is a special half-page feature on Helena, Montana…. Read more »

Southwest Montana

The monthly Southwest Montana meeting was held this Wednesday in Helena, Montana. Southwest Montana is a state tourism region and while the boundaries are important to all of us in the tourism industry, our dividing lines mean little to you, our guest. Hopefully, the name “Southwest Montana” will help you know the area of Montana we’re referring to!