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Montana based Austin Adventures shows the value in local knowledge

Austin Adventures - "Montana Family: Great Western Adventure"
Austin Adventures - "Montana Family: Great Western Adventure"
Austin Adventures

Selecting the right guide or tour company can be the turning point of visiting a new destination, and with the selection of their “Montana Family: Great Western Adventure” to National Geographic Traveler magazine's 2014 “50 Trips of a Lifetime” list, Billings, Mont. based Austin Adventures has shown they have the formula to showing off their backyard.

“Southeastern Montana is a gem of a region right here in our own backyard,” explains Dan Austin, Founder and President of Billings, MT-based Austin Adventures. “It’s been overlooked by adventure travelers far too long. That’s why we took great care in building what we think is a captivating tour itinerary that takes in all the best activities and places. There’s a huge satisfaction in knowing the editors of National Geographic Traveler agreed!”

In addition to meeting the selection criteria in innovation, immersion, authenticity and sustainability, their commitment to having some of the best guides available received another boost in March when Kasey Austin, Vice President of Operations, was selected by Outside as one of their 2014 'Best Guides on the Planet'.

As an experienced guide who grew up in the adventure travel world from the age of 6, Kasey and the entire crew of Austin Adventures bring both industry experience and the advantage of working where they play to their entire family of year-round Montana adventures. Creative and in-depth itineraries are available that cover every corner of Montana and the greater Yellowstone area during both summer and winter seasons and are fined tuned every year to ensure the most up to date and memorable guest experience with small and personal group sizes.

The Montana Family: Great Western Adventure trip will be featured with the other "Trips of a Lifetime" in the May 2014 issue of National Geographic Traveler.

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