Some of the best places in Montana are located down bumpy, dusty, dirty gravel and dirt roads. We started Paradise Overland to provide an alternative to typical car and RV rentals. We provide well-maintained SUVs and trucks with four-wheel drive or all-wheel drive and tires designed for non-highway driving. Not only can you get to where you want to go, but you aren't worried about getting stuck along the way. Two of our vehicles have significant clearance for those really out-of-the-way places.
I have been contemplating this road trip for quite some time and finally decided to sit down and figure it out. The goal is to visit amazing places in Montana while simultaneously drinking good beer. I stuck to western Montana to keep the driving times manageable, plus it is beautiful here and totally worth visiting. A caveat - I have not done this trip, so I don't have the logistics worked out. I am listing the high points and from there it is choose your own adventure. If anyone out there wants to do this trip and document it let me know! Don't forget to check out the Montana Brewer's Trail Map to help you find your way to good beer!
Here is the driving loop starting and finishing at the Bozeman Yellowstone International Airport:
Amy Bowser is the co-owner of Paradise Overland with her husband Jon. In their free time they explore anywhere they can get to with their Toyota and roof top tent.