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The top 121 attractions in Montana

Nature Reserves in West Glacier
Glacier National Park
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Glacier National Park in Montana obviously if full of glaciers, but they've slipped from 150 to 27 in the past 100 years or so. Ho
Shops in West Yellowstone
Smith & Chandler General Mercantile
The Smith & Chandler General Mercantile is a shop located on the main street of West Yellowstone, Montana. It has been open since
Gardens in West Yellowstone
Grizzly & Wolf Discovery Center
The Grizzly & Wolf Discovery Center is located in West Yellowstone, Montana takes in and cares for wounded or orphaned bears and w
Of Cultural Interest in West Yellowstone
Yellowstone Visitors Center
The Visitor Center in question is located in the center of West Yellowstone, Montana. Here you can find all types of information a
Lakes in West Glacier
St Mary Lake
At an altitude of almost 1400 m, St. Mary Lake is the second largest lake in Glacier National Park, spanning more than 15 square k
Football Fields in Missoula
Washington-Grizzly Stadium
The football stadium at the University of Montana in Missoula was built in 1985, funded by a grant of a million dollars from a wea
Nature Reserves in Lolo
Lolo Pass
When Lewis and Clark were making their push from their winter quarters in Oregon back to the United States, Native Americans in wh
Nature Reserves in Columbia
Hiking in Parque Nacional Glacier
Highline Trail
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I've hiked, skied, and paddled across a lot of Glacier National Park, yet somehow have avoided a visit to likely the park’s top at
Nature Reserves in Montana City
West Entrance Station
Lovely view of a really amazing glacier.
Hiking in Huson
Ninemile
This is smooth, fun, totally empty single track just 30 minutes from downtown Misosula! Lolo National Forest has marked and mapped
Hiking in Missoula
Mt. Sentinel
Sentinel is indeed the sentinel for Missoula – a stark open peak rising 2,000 feet of the valley floor, a backdrop for most photos
Hiking in Missoula
The M Trail
If you only take one hike while in Missoula, this will probably be it – and if you've just moved here, chances are you’ll be on th
Lakes in Missoula
Holland Lake
When people in Missoula say they are headed “to the lake”, a lot of the time they are referring to this mountain gem in the Swan V
Skiing in Missoula
Snowbowl Ski and Summer Resort
Don’t go to Snowbowl looking for groomed cruisers, fancy slopeside lodging, or on-mountain “cuisine”. That’s not what this place i
Skiing in Whitefish
Whitefish Mountain Resort
This was one of our favorite ski areas before we moved to Montana and remains so even today. Whitefish seems always to be fun, rel
Skiing in Anaconda
Discovery Ski Corporation
If you are a skier and you live outside of Montana, chances are good you've never heard of Discovery ski area – but that is slowly
Skiing in Sula
Lost Trail Ski Area
Lost Trail straddles the Montana-Idaho border, where it picks up steady dumps of snow but quickly sheds the small crowds that make