The Missoula International Airport (MSO) is located 5.6 miles from downtown Missoula. Air carriers include Delta, United, Alaska/Horizon, Frontier, and Allegiant Air, providing direct flights to 12 major markets. Three majors highways provide easy access to Missoula: Interstate 90, U.S. Highway 10/93, and Montana State Highway 200.
The Mountain Line public transit system offers free passage making travel within Missoula convenient.
With 45 total lodging facilities, 3,400 guest rooms, 170,000 square feet of meeting space and the convention capacity of 5,000 people, Missoula has just the right venue for your group.
Located a scenic 140 miles south of Glacier National Park and an easy 260 miles northwest of Yellowstone National Park, Missoula is a prime gateway to two of our country's national treasures.
Clark Fork River runs through the heart of downtown offering kayaking, rafting and blue ribbon trout fishing. Mount Sentinel and “The M” are a mere 20 minute hike from downtown, offering 180 degree views of the Missoula valley. Additionally, there are seven major wilderness areas within minutes of downtown and over 30 miles of pedestrian and bike trails that follow the Clark Fork River through town.
Vibrant downtown Missoula offers 43 local restaurants, 65 boutiques, 16 pubs, 8 live music venues and 14 art galleries. With 200 dining establishments offered citywide, ranging from fast-food to five-star rated, every pallet and pocketbook are accommodated. Not to mention, 10 local breweries producing more than 40 craft beers.
Offering serene mountain views from every angle and state-of-the-art meeting facilities, Missoula is the perfect location to combine business and relaxation.