Are you heading to Helena, Montana for the Governor’s Cup or are you already signed up?
The website features information about lodging, campgrounds, food and drink, events, attractions, tours, car rentals, shopping, other services and travel information.
As you’ll find out, Helena is not only home to the Governor’s Cup, but also amazing outdoor opportunities, a plethora of historical sites and more. The Montana’s capital city is located centrally with easy access to and from larger cities like Missoula, Bozeman and Great Falls – all less than a 2-hour drive away. The city also is located almost directly between Glacier National Park and Yellowstone National Park. If you travel to Helena, be sure to pack your mountain bike to stretch out those legs after the race with a low-impact ride on some of the best single-track trails Montana and the entire region has to offer. The trails are perfect for running, too.
All of our races – from the oldest Montana marathon to the new Kids Marathon and Fun Run – take advantage of Helena’s historic and scenic offerings. In fact, the marathon starts in the ghost town of Marysville, and takes runners on a journey through forests
Additional Travel and Tourism Information
Prickly Pear Land Trust Trail Maps (A complete guide to Helena’s widely recognized trail system)
Bike Helena (Mountain biking maps, suggested rides, event calendar, and more)
Southwest Montana (Great tourism information about the entire region)
Helena History (Helena As She Was: Great photos and articles about the city’s past)
Downtown Helena (Home to the state’s only outdoor, downtown walking mall and more)
Helena Chamber (Download a visitor’s guide and a street map among other things)