Plan your trip
TRAVEL TO MISSOULA. Missoula, Montana is located along the Clark Fork River near its confluences with the Bitterroot and Blackfoot Rivers in western Montana and at the convergence of five mountain ranges, thus is often described as the "hub of five valleys". Missoula is easily accessible by highway. Interstate 90 runs east-west through the Missoula valley, and Montana Highway 93 travels north-south. By air, you can fly into Missoula International Airport (with flights offered by Alaska Airlines, Allegiant, Frontier Airlines, Delta Airlines & United Airlines). Once you are downtown, you can easily walk between venues (snow or shine) or take our festival shuttle, and there is not a great need for a car while you are enjoying the festival events. It is easy to get around Missoula whether you decide to rent a car, take the bus, Uber, or call a cab. Missoula is a community that prides itself in making all attempts to reduce traffic congestion and provide eco-friendly transportation options.
STAYING IN MISSOULA. The host hotel for the 2017 Big Sky Documentary Film Festival is The Holiday Inn Missoula Downtown, providing visiting filmmakers, industry professionals, and out-of-town attendees with affordable and convenient travel and lodging options.
The Holiday Inn Missoula Downtown is located one block from BSDFF theater venues, and is pleased to provide discounted sleeping rooms to the Big Sky Film Festival in Missoula, MT. Discounted rates available when you book through the link above! Restrictions apply.
More discounted rates and accommodations options are available from the following:
1021 E Broadway, Missoula MT 59802 | Call to book: (406) 549-7600
$84/night - Ask for this Big Sky Doc Fest special rate!
Find accommodations with our Missoula TBID partners HERE!
We can't wait to see you at the festival. Looking for more options for your stay in Missoula? Click below!