Montana

Montana is a huge state on the northern border of the United States, with the western third of the state covered with high, dramatic mountains.  It has a colorful history of Native Americans, explorers and cowboys.

Glacier National Park offers seemingly endless terrain of rugged landscapes and more than 700 miles of trails. Popular outdoor activities in the park are horseback riding, hiking and mountain biking. Visitors will enjoy panoramic views of lakes, forests, alpine meadows, rugged peaks and glaciers. It is one of the most stunning parks in the national park system.

With a border on the edge of Yellowstone National Park any Montana visitor can easily continue their travels into the park and down the Continental Divide of the Rocky Mountains exploring the greatest mountainous region of the entire country.

Glacier National Park
Glacier National Park

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Glacier National Park
Glacier National Park

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Glacier National Park
Glacier National Park

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Bison Blackfeet Reservation
Bison Blackfeet Reservation

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Helena
Helena

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Yellowstone National Park
Yellowstone National Park

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Tipis
Tipis

on Blackfeet Indian Reservation © Montana Office of Tourism/ Donnie Sexton

Herding horses
Herding horses

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Rodeo Action
Rodeo Action

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Great Falls
Great Falls

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Rafting
Rafting

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Going to the Sun, West Glacier
Going to the Sun, West Glacier

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