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If you’re searching for a slice of small-town America, away from the hustle and bustle of large, noisy cities, then Amsterdam is for you. This tiny traditional town, set just 20 miles from the college city of Bozeman in southern Montana, offers utter peace and quiet with a friendly local charm. Amsterdam is also surrounded by vast parks and forests - perfect for nature-lovers looking for intrepid hiking trails.

Things to see

Amsterdam is the perfect base for outdoor adventurers looking to immerse themselves in Montana’s rich, raw, and idyllic natural landscape. Those who are serious about hiking, climbing, and camping should drive through the Gallatin Gateway to Big Sky - a lush, forest-blanketed area south of Amsterdam that is crisscrossed with walking trails. In this area, you’ll be surrounded by majestic, snow-capped mountain peaks - plenty of which have trails leading to the summit, like the 11,000-feet high Gallatin Peak. The Big Sky area extends down across the state line, and slowly becoming Yellow Stone National Park. If you’re up for a drive, this infamously picture-perfect park - full of flowing waterfalls, spitting geysers, and bubbling hot springs - can’t be missed. Back in Amsterdam, enjoy some indoor activities. Make the short drive to Bozeman and visit the Museum of the Rockies, where the fascinating exhibitions range from huge dinosaur skeletons to Native American artifacts.

Hotels in Amsterdam

If you’re staying in Amsterdam to explore the nearby forests, parks, and mountains, you’re probably looking for stress-free, no-frills accommodation that won’t break the bank. If so, the 2-star inns, motels, and hotels in Amsterdam are for you. Enjoy spacious rooms, free continental breakfasts, and free WiFi to keep connected with friends and family. Some even offer indoor pools - a great way to cool off after a day’s hike. For those after luxury, where the surrounding natural scenery is perfectly complimented by immaculate decor and fine in-house dining, stay in an upscale lodge-style Amsterdam hotel.

Where to stay

Amsterdam is a perfect location for those who want a true taste of old-fashioned Americana. Off the beaten track and unblemished by the cynical tourist trade, Amsterdam is a rural haven, where the sun-filled days are easy-going and the nights are starry and quiet. If you’re after somewhere with a bit more urban energy, the family-friendly college city of Bozeman is perfect, with its strong cultural underbelly and buzzing, restaurant-filled Main Street. Just south of Amsterdam you’ll find plenty of campgrounds - some nestled by rivers and specked with hot springs - that are ideal for the outdoor enthusiast.

How to get to Amsterdam

Because of its tranquil, secluded atmosphere, it seems Amsterdam would be difficult to get to - but there’s actually an airport just 10 miles east of the town. Bozeman Yellowstone International Airport - although small in size - serves a handful of top domestic destinations, like Denver, San Francisco, and Chicago. If you’re traveling from overseas - say, from Europe - you’ll probably catch a connecting flight at Denver or Chicago. From the airport, hire a taxi to Amsterdam, or rent a car onsite. Having a rental car comes in handy, as public transport around Amsterdam is scarce, and if you plan to hike, you’ll want the freedom to travel where you want, when you want.