Looking for a little elbow room? Consider a visit to Montana, where they jokingly invite you to “Get Lost!” Great Falls is the largest city, famous for five waterfalls, Giant Springs Heritage State Park and the Montana Pro Rodeo Circuit Finals. You can attend the annual State Fair here as well.
Catch a ride on the Last Chance Tour train through the streets of capital city, Helena. After you tour the historic Mansion district, try your hand at fly-fishing for trout. Billings is the largest city and is a regional hub, providing more Montana hotels than any other area. You might also consider a stay in Bozeman; it is a smaller city with many big-city amenities, making it one of those places you won’t want to leave!
Two National Parks, Glacier and Yellowstone, attract millions of visitors each year. Glacier National Park is considered a hiker’s paradise, with over 700 miles of trails through alpine meadows, forests and mountains. Iceberg Lake is available for a chilly dip in a spectacular setting! Bannack State Park near West Glacier has preserved a ghost town of over sixty structures for your exploration.
Only in your imagination have you seen thousand foot high cliffs like those you will experience at Bighorn Canyon National Recreational Area, located at the southern border with Wyoming. Ski resorts Big Sky/Moonlight Basin, Bridger Bowl and Whitefish Mountain represent the sixteen areas where you can ski, snowmobile, photograph wildlife or enjoy a microbrew in front of a roaring fire. Big Sky Country gives you just the right amount of space!