Tours in Montana
Adventure Cycling is located in Missoula, Montana. These tours explore the beauty and cultural heritage of the treasure state.
July 11 - 17 | Fully Supported
Here’s your chance to sample Adventure Cycling's heralded Great Divide Mountain Bike Route fully supported and load free! Travel from the lively resort town of Whitefish, located near Glacier National Park, to the southern end of the spectacular Swan Range, one of Montana’s less-visited geologic gems.
Riding mostly on abandoned logging roads and a bit of single-track trail, you'll experience the high country of one of the world’s great wild-land complexes.
June 20 - 27 | Fully Supported
On this stunning weeklong tour, experience Big Sky Country in all its glory. Travel through spectacular mountain ranges and broad scenic valleys on enjoy quiet roads.
The tour kicks off in Bozeman and travels across high plains to the blue-ribbon waters of the Madison River. Enjoy a climb through the Tobacco Root Mountains, follow the Jefferson River into the ranching town of Dillon, and savor the remote Pioneer Mountains Scenic Byway, briefly paralleling the Big Hole River before ascending to the Continental Divide and toward the headwaters of Lewis and Clark's Missouri River. From there, it’s a leisurely cruise through wheat fields and ranchlands back to Bozeman, and the completion of this grand Big Sky loop!
July 11 – 20 | Self Contained
o begin, we’ll ride north from Whitefish, Montana, into British Columbia and the spunky resort village of Fernie. From there we’ll head east and crest the Continental Divide at Crowsnest Pass before rolling through Alberta prairies en route to Waterton Lakes National Park, Glacier National Park’s Canadian counterpart. Designated as a UNESCO World Heritage Site, the cross-border Glacier-Waterton International Peace Park features unmatched splendor symbolic of the solid friendship shared by Canada and the U.S.
Join us for this once-in-a-lifetime adventure and be sure to bring your passport. This is one of our most popular tours, so don’t wait too long to sign up!
Photo by Derek Gallagher