Rocky Mountain International (RMI) coordinates international tourism activities for the state tourism departments of Wyoming, South Dakota, Montana, and Idaho - The Real America - as a region.
We know that most visitors wisely choose to see our part of America not as four individual states but as a region filled with an exciting variety of sights, experiences and destinations.
We are Yellowstone, the Grand Tetons, Glacier National Park, Sun Valley, Mount Rushmore, Crazy Horse, Cheyenne, Jackson Hole, Devil's Tower, Flaming Gorge, Buffalo Bill's Cody Country, Coeur d' Alene, Little Big Horn Battlefield, Wild Bill's Deadwood, Charlie Russell's Montana, Ernest Hemingway's Ketchum, Rapid City, dude ranches, American Indians, rodeos, outdoor adventure, world-class skiing, friendly people and America's frontier heritage.
You can access the region via RMI's Gateway Cities of Denver, Minneapolis/St. Paul/Bloomington and Salt Lake City.
The region is BIG. It stretches over 400,000 square miles (over 1 million square km) but holds less than 3 million people. That works out to less than 3 people per square kilometer. Montana alone is roughly the size of Germany. In many areas, there is more wildlife than people. It stretches across three different time zones.
As more and more international visitors are discovering every year, there is a lot to do and see in a place this big. So much in fact, that they choose to come back again, and again to the Real America!
To find out more about the states we represent, click on the corresponding links to the left.