When clients call about renting a jeep, we are asked a lot about driving distances in Montana. It seems there is a misconception that things are relatively close. The opposite is generally true. Montana is sparse, with a lot of space in-between places. We’ve put together the table below and the map above to help you understand driving distances. Clicking on the pins on the map will provide you with driving distances from the Bozeman Yellowstone International Airport to that location.
In Montana, when you talk to a local “it’s just” might be how directions get started. As in “West Yellowstone? It’s just down at the end of 191.” However, the “end” of 191 is about 2 hours away.
Below is a table containing distances in mileage at times that can you can filter by location.
*Zoom out on the map to find Glacier National Park
|Driving To||Distance in Miles from Bozeman Airport||Driving Time from Bozeman Airport|
|Downtown Bozeman||12.2||15 min|
|Big Sky||45.3||1 hr|
|320 Guest Ranch||54.6||1 hr 6 min|
|Mountain Sky Guest Ranch||68.2||1hr 30 min|
|Big TImber||70.3||1 hr 4 min|
|Butte||77.4||1 hr 16 min|
|Twin Bridges||78.9||1 hr 15 min|
|Gardiner||87.3||1hr 30 min|
|West Yellowstone||90.4||1hr 45 min|
|Helena||90.5||1 hr 37 min|
|Old Faithful||121||2 hr 40 min|
|Billings||151||2 hr 15 min|
|Red Lodge||155||2 hr 24 min|
|YNP South Entrance||159||3 hr 38 min|
|Missoula||194||2 hr 55 min|
|Jackson Hole, WY||229||5 hr 10 min|
|Glacier National Park||304||5 hr 17 min|