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Registering and Attending the Summit

Summit Registration

$200.00 Registration, in person
$55.00 Registration, virtual
$275.00 Registration with Tuesday Gala Dinner

Tickets for the Gala Dinner are available for spouses and +1s.

1. Go to https://allaboardnw.org/events/greater-northwest-passenger-rail-summit-2022/ and select "Gala Dinner Only (Summit registration not included)”

2. Enter the payment information.

3. A receipt will be displayed, which can be printed. A copy will also be sent by email.

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Lodging

Special group block rates for in-person summit attendees are available at the Northern and at the DoubleTree Inn by Hilton. Contact information for the hotels is on the registration site. Be sure to ask for the GNWPRS block rate when making your reservations. The block rate closes on July 29 for the Northern and on Aug. 8 for the DoubleTree.

Conference Hotels

Northern Hotel
19 N Broadway
Billings, Montana 59101
(406) 867-6767

DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel Billings
27 N. 27th Street
Billings, Montana 59101
(406) 252-7400
Make sure to request the GNWPRS block rate when making your reservation. Block rate is $149 (+tax) per night, available until August 8.
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Other Options

Best Western Plus Clocktower Inn
2511 1st Avenue N
Billings, Montana 59101
(406) 259-5511

Getting to Billings

Alas, one can't get to Billings by train. (That's what this summit will be discussing!) The closest Amtrak station is Malta, MT, 3+ hours north of Billings. No car rentals are available there. The closest Amtrak station with car rental is East Glacier, about a 6 hour drive to Billings.

Alaska Airlines, Delta, Cape Air, United, American Airlines and Allegiant Air serve Billings Airport. There is also a 12+ hour bus connection from Denver.

About Billings

Montana’s largest city, Billings sits along the iconic Yellowstone River at the transition point where the Great Plains meet the Rocky Mountains. Downtown Billings offers great shopping, dining, art galleries and museums and is well-known for its Billings Brew Trail, Montana’s only walkable brewery trail featuring six breweries, two distilleries and a cider house. Billings serves as the gateway to several other nearby attractions. Pompey’s Pillar National Monument is just to the east along I-94. The Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument is approximately one hour to the southeast along I-90. The entrance to the world-famous Beartooth Highway is approximately an hour to the southwest, which leads to Yellowstone National Park, which is approximately three hours away. Ample opportunities to hike, bike, ride horses along the trail or cast a line in one of Montana’s blue-ribbon trout streams can also be found within Billings and the surrounding region.

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