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Ennis is centrally located in southwestern Montana at the junction of US Hwy 287 and State Hwy 287.
US Highway 287 runs north and south through Ennis. To the north is I-90 (45 miles), and to the south is Yellowstone National Park (70 miles).
- Virginia City: 14 miles
- Bozeman: 53 miles
- Dillon: 71 miles
- Yellowstone National Park: 71 miles
- Butte: 85 miles
- Helena: 107 miles
- Billings: 193 miles
- Missoula: 197 miles
- Jackson, WY: 198 miles
- Kalispell: 311 miles
- Glacier National Park: 340 miles
- Salt Lake City: 361 miles
Visitors can fly into Bozeman at the Bozeman Yellowstone International Airport (BZN) located about an hour away, or the Burt Mooney (BTM) airport in Butte located about 1.5 hours from town on Allegiant, Delta, Northwest, Alaska/Horizon, Skywest, or United. Private aircraft can land at Ennis/Big Sky Airport just south of town.
National Geographic completed a MapGuide for the Greater Yellowstone area that includes the Madison Valley. The guide is intended to help visitors gain insights into the cultural, historic and geophysical features that have shaped the Yellowstone area. Ennis is included for its renowned fly fishing experiences on the Madison River.
The free MapGuide is available at www.yellowstonegeotourism.org