The Great Frontier

By December 17, 2015Blog

The Great Frontier, the American Frontier, the Old West, and the Wild West are all names for the land west of the Mississippi River. States such as Colorado, Montana, and Wyoming are all proud to call themselves members of the Great Frontier. This mass of land offers countless reasons as to why this is the ideal place to plan your next event or outing. With so many activities, venues, and locations to choose from, the Great Frontier will never disappoint. Skiing in Jackson Hole at the Four Seasons is a popular choice for over ten million people each year. Located more than four thousand feet above the valley floor, Jackson Hole is home to the longest continuous vertical rise of any ski area in the United States. However, the Old West offers more than just skiing; it is home to venues rich in history and that Wild West feeling. The Billings Depot, in Billings Montana, is a historic venue that has housed presidents, governors, Hollywood celebrities, and even visiting royalty. An old warehouse used for storing baggage and freight is now a repurposed event space with original hardwood floors and brick and mortar walls that is destined to be a favorite among guests. Outdoor activities like skiing, horseback riding, and sightseeing, in addition to being economical, makes the Great Frontier the perfect choice that will not be forgotten.