Bitterroot Valley Map
As shown in the Bitterroot Valley map above, the Bitterroot Valley is located on the western border of Montana, beginning directly south of the city of Missoula and stretching to the Idaho border.
Driving Directions to the Bitterroot Valley
US Highway 93 runs north and south the entire length of the Bitterroot Valley, and all our rental cabins are accessible from US 93. The Bitterroot Valley’s primary, year round routes in and out are from the north and the south.
From the North
From Missoula, MT, take US 93 approximately 50 miles south to Hamilton, MT, which is in the center of the Bitterroot Valley. Interstate 90 runs through Missoula and connects to US 93 via Reserve Street, which has excellent signage for US 93 and Hamilton.
From the South
From Salmon, ID, take US 93 approximately 90 miles north to Hamilton, MT. This route traverses Lost Trail Pass (7,014’) at the Montana/Idaho border.
From Interstate 15, take MT 43 west through the scenic Big Hole Valley, then head north on US 93 approximately 46 miles to Hamilton. This route also traverses Lost Trail Pass (7,014’) at the Montana/Idaho border.
Bitterroot Valley Airport Information
Missoula International Airport (www.flymissoula.com) is conveniently located about an hour from the heart of the Bitterroot Valley, Hamilton, MT. This full service airport services flights from Skywest (Delta), United Express, Horizon Air (Alaska Airlines), Northwest Airlines/KLM, Allegiant Airlines and Frontier Airlines. Destination airports include Billings, MT, Chicago O’Hare, Denver International Airport, Las Vegas McCarren International Airport, Minneapolis International Airport, Portland International Airport, Salt Lake City International Airport, Phoenix/Mesa Gateway Airport, and Seattle-Tacoma International Airport.
Hamilton , MT features a small airport with a 4,200’ asphalt runway at 3,640’ elevation. For more information, visit the FBO website at http://choiceaviation.com/facilities/hamilton-mt-6s5/