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MONTANA TRAVEL GUIDE

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OVERVIEW



Montana is a mix of mountains and prairies, but it's the mountainous areas that draw most travelers in. The excellent Glacier National Park is here, as are some national forests and wilderness areas that are nearly as amazing, but far less well-known. Fly-fishing and lake-fishing is legendary here, as is the skiing in Big Sky and Whitefish. Montana is also a gateway to Yellowstone National Park, which primarily sits in Wyoming but is serviced by several towns in Montana (e.g. West Yellowstone and Gardiner).

5-STAR ATTRACTIONS IN MONTANA



Here is my opinionated list of 5-star attractions in Montana. I believe each of these attractions should be on your Montana bucket list since they are all noteworthy from a national perspective:

Northwestern Montana (including Missoula and Glacier National Park)
A Carousel for Missoula, Missoula - ride a hand-carved carousel; one of the finest old-fashioned carousels you can find anywhere
Blackfoot Pathways: Sculpture in the Wild, Lincoln - Native America art sculptures
Bob Marshall Wilderness ("the Bob") - world-class hiking, backpacking, and fishing
Conrad Mansion, Kalispell - tour a beautiful 1895 estate
Flathead Lake / Flathead Lake State Park - largest natural freshwater lake in the West
Garnet Ghost Town - preserved 1890s gold-mining town
Giant Penguin, Cut Bank - giant roadside attraction/statue
Glacier National Park - stunning mountain scenery and beautiful lodges; scenic drives; world-class hiking and backpacking
Going-to-the-Sun Road in Glacier National Park - one of the most scenic drives in the United States
Kootenai Falls & Swinging Bridge, near Troy - pretty and powerful waterfall, with nearby swinging bridge you can walk across
Lake McDonald Lodge - historic lodge in Glacier National Park
Many Glacier Hotel - historic lodge in Glacier National Park
Miracle of America Museum, Polson - excellent and varied American history museum
National Bison Range, Charlo - excellent wildlife watching opportunities
Quinn's Hot Springs Resort, Paradise - arguably the best hot springs resort in Montana
Whitefish Mountain Resort, Whitefish - world-class skiing/snowboarding
Whitewater rafting on the Flathead River near Kalispell/Glacier National Park

Southwestern Montana (including Bozeman, Helena, and West Yellowstone)
Absaroka-Beartooth Wilderness, near Bozeman and Cooke City - world-class hiking, backpacking, and fishing
American Computer & Robotics Museum, Bozeman - one of the finest technology-focused museums in the USA
Bannack State Park, near Dillon in southwestern Montana - one of the best ghost towns in the U.S.
Big Sky Resort, Big Sky - world-class skiing/snowboarding (the #1 best in Montana); mountain biking and other outdoor activities in summer
Cathedral of St. Helena, Helena - visit a neo-Gothic cathedral completed in 1914
Downtown Bozeman - great shops, restaurants, breweries, and bars in historic district
Fly-fishing on any of Montana's famous fly-fishing rivers
Granite Peak - the highpoint of Montana, and one of the best mountaineering adventures in the U.S.
Grizzly and Wolf Discovery Center, West Yellowstone - excellent wildlife park
Lewis & Clark Caverns State Park, Whitehall - guided tours of a limestone cave
Lewis & Clark National Historic Trail Interpretive Center, Great Falls - one of the best places in the U.S. to learn about Lewis & Clark's journey
Lone Peak Tram, Big Sky - take a tram to the 11,166-foot summit of Lone Peak
Montana Grizzly Encounter, Bozeman - intimate bear encounters in beautiful mtn setting
Montana State Capitol Building, Helena
Moonlight Basin, Big Sky - world-class skiing/snowboarding
Museum of the Rockies, Bozeman - arguably the finest museum in Montana
Old Montana Prison Complex, Deer Lodge - five museums inside of a historic prison
Our Lady of the Rockies, Butte - 90-foot statue dedicated to the Virgin Mary
Palisade Falls, near Bozeman - one of Montana's best waterfalls
Playmill Theatre, West Yellowstone - great musicals & plays just outside of the western boundary of Yellowstone National Park
Whitewater rafting on the Yellowstone River near Gardiner
World Museum of Mining, Butte - one of the best mining museums in the U.S.
Yellowstone Hot Springs, Gardiner - one of the best hot springs resorts in Montana
Yellowstone National Park - arguably the U.S.'s best national park; world-class scenery, hiking, and backpacking

Eastern/Central Montana
Beartooth National Scenic Byway (US-212) - many consider this paved road to be the most beautiful scenic drive in the U.S.; open seasonally
Bighorn Canyon National Recreation Area, south-central Montana - awesome fishing, boating, camping, and hiking; gorgeous canyon scenery
Downtown Red Lodge - historic downtown with many shops and restaurants
Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument, Crow Agency - the location where George Custer and his troops made their "last stand"
Makoshika State Park, Glendive - impressive geologic rock formations/badlands
Medicine Rocks State Park, Ekalaka - impressive geologic rock formations
Natural Bridge Falls, Big Timber - waterfall pouring out through a natural bridge
Pompeys Pillar National Monument, Pompeys Pillar - explorer William Clark (of Lewis & Clark fame) carved his name here

Outstanding fly-fishing rivers and guest ranch vacations can also be found throughout many areas of Montana. There are too many to mention, and so I am not going to attempt to list them all.

Are you aware of any other 5-star attractions in Montana? If so, please email me at gparsons66@hotmail.com.

TOP 10 ATTRACTIONS IN MONTANA



Are you short on time or struggling to choose something to do or see in Montana? Here are my selections for the top 10 attractions or experiences in Montana, in no particular order:

Use West Yellowstone as a base camp for exploring Yellowstone National Park
Drive the seasonal Going-to-the-Sun Road in Glacier National Park (note: reservations are likely needed)
Head to Bozeman to explore the city and surrounding mountains (including Big Sky)
Go skiing or snowboarding at Big Sky Resort and Moonlight Basin
Stay on one of Montana's famous guest ranches (although it cost a ton of $$$$$$$)
Throw a line on one of Montana's outstanding fly-fishing rivers (e.g. Yellowstone River)
Go backpacking in one of Montana's legendary national forests or wilderness areas (e.g. Absaroka-Beartooth Wilderness)
Drive the seasonal Beartooth National Scenic Byway (US-212), often called the #1 scenic drive in the U.S.
Soak in one of Montana's hot springs resorts
Go whitewater rafting on the Flathead River

If I could pick only one place to visit in Montana, I would choose either the Bozeman/Big Sky area or Glacier National Park.

If I had a full week to spend in Montana, I would spend 3-4 nights in the Bozeman/Big Sky area and then 3-4 nights in the Glacier National Park area.

BEST TOWNS & CITIES TO VISIT IN MONTANA



These towns and cities in Montana are generally regarded as the most interesting to travelers:

Big Sky - skiing/snowboarding; mountain scenery; hiking; mountain biking; other outdoor activities; less than an hour from Bozeman, MT
Bozeman - historic buildings; mountain scenery; hip culture; fly-fishing; skiing/snowboarding; breweries; hiking trails
Cooke City - fly-fishing; hiking; horseback riding; gateway to Yellowstone National Park
Red Lodge - historic buildings; mountain scenery; skiing/snowboarding; hiking trails
West Yellowstone - fly-fishing; horseback riding; gateway to Yellowstone National Park (I would argue Yellowstone's best)
Whitefish - historic buildings; mountain scenery; skiing/snowboarding; gateway to Glacier National Park

Gardiner and Kalispell are also of some interest to travelers. Gardiner is a great option if you like hot springs and/or whitewater rafting.

I like combining a visit to Bozeman/Big Sky with a trip to Yellowstone National Park. If you have more time to spend, also consider adding Grand Teton National Park and Jackson, Wyoming.

If you are staying in West Yellowstone, consider a day trip to Upper Mesa Falls, a waterfall in Idaho that is one of the USA's best. It's an hour drive to the trailhead, and then a short walk to the falls.

My favorite city in Montana is Bozeman - I recommend that first-time visitors spend at least 2-3 nights here, which includes spending some time in nearby Big Sky

My favorite small town in Montana is West Yellowstone - I recommend that first-time visitors spend at least 3-4 nights here, assuming you plan to use the town as a gateway to Yellowstone National Park; If you can't stay within the national park, West Yellowstone is the next best thing in my opinion

If you like breweries, visit Billings, Bozeman, Helena, or Missoula.
If you like skiing, visit Big Sky, Bozeman, Red Lodge, or Whitefish.
If you want to go whitewater rafting, visit Gardiner or West Glacier.
If you want to visit Yellowstone National Park, stay in the actual park or in nearby West Yellowstone.
If you want to visit Glacier National Park, stay in the actual park or in nearby West Glacier or Whitefish.

Click here if you'd like to see a complete list of towns and cities that I find interesting across the entire U.S.

WHAT IS MONTANA FAMOUS FOR?



Here are some things that Montana is famous or well-known for:

big skies
bird-watching
buffalo jumps
cowboys
Flathead cherries
fly-fishing (e.g. Madison River, Yellowstone River, Gallatin River, Smith River, Boulder River, Blackfoot River, Bitterroot River, etc.)
ghost towns (e.g. Garnet Ghost Town, Bannack State Park)
glaciers
grizzly bears
hot springs / hot springs resorts
huckleberries
hunting
ice-fishing
lakes (e.g. Flathead Lake, Lake McDonald)
Lewis & Clark attractions
log cabins
mining history
mountaineering
national forests
national wildlife refuges
ranches / dude ranches
sapphires
snowmobiling
wilderness areas

Click here if you'd like to learn what other U.S. states are famous for.

NATIONAL PARKS IN MONTANA



There are two official national parks in Montana, plus several other federally-managed parks and properties, including:

National Parks
Glacier National Park
Yellowstone National Park (only a very small portion of the park is in Montana; most is in Wyoming and a sliver is in Idaho)

National Monuments
Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument
Pompeys Pillar National Monument (currently closed as of 2022)
Upper Missouri River Breaks National Monument

National Recreation Areas
Bighorn Canyon National Recreation Area
Rattlesnake National Recreation Area

National Forests
Beaverhead-Deerlodge National Forest
Bitterroot National Forest
Custer Gallatin National Forest
Flathead National Forest
Helena-Lewis and Clark National Forest
Kootenai National Forest
Lolo National Forest

National Historical Parks / National Historic Trails / Other National Parks
Big Hole National Battlefield
Fort Union Trading Post National Historic Site
Grant-Kohrs Ranch National Historic Site
Ice Age Floods National Geologic Trail
Lewis & Clark National Historic Trail
Nez Perce National Historical Park

Glacier National Park is one of the finest national parks in the U.S.. You do have to carefully plan your trip there though, as lodging sells out well in advance and there is a permit system to drive the famous Going-to-the-Sun Road. Hikers and backpackers will appreciate Glacier National Park the most, since the trails there are world-class and offer some of the finest views in the United States. Try to visit Glacier between mid-July and mid-September if you can since all or nearly all roads and trails should be open during that time (unless there are closures due to grizzly bear activity). I would stay in a national park lodge or in a gateway town (like Whitefish) for at least 3-4 nights if you've never been to Glacier.

You can use West Yellowstone, Gardiner, or Cooke City as gateway towns in Montana to visit Yellowstone National Park. I prefer West Yellowstone over the other two since it offers more services. Before you plan a trip to Yellowstone, make sure that you understand the opening and closing dates of the roads that lead into Yellowstone (especially if you are staying in Cooke City).

For more information on Montana's national parks, visit the Montana page of the National Park Service. For an overview of all U.S. national parks, click here.

STATE PARKS IN MONTANA



Montana has more than 50 state parks. Many would agree that these represent Montana's finest state parks:

Flagship / Premier State Parks:
Bannack State Park - one of the finest ghost towns in the U.S.
Flathead Lake State Park - swimming, boating, fishing, camping
Lewis and Clark Caverns State Park - guided tours of one of the largest limestone caves in the Pacific Northwest
Makoshika State Park - geological features (e.g. badlands); hiking; dinosaur fossils/paleontology; mountain biking; camping
Medicine Rocks State Park - geological features; hiking; wildlife viewing; camping

Other Notable State Parks:
First Peoples Buffalo Jump State Park
Giant Springs State Park
Pictograph Caves State Park
Sluice Boxes State Park
Wild Horse Island State Park

I love geological features, and so Makoshika and Medicine Rocks are probably my two favorite state parks in Montana.

To see my list of the top 100 state parks in the country, click here.

BEST WATERFALLS IN MONTANA



Montana has several hundred natural waterfalls. Here are some of the best waterfalls in Montana:

Apikuni Falls in Glacier National Park
Bird Woman Falls in Glacier National Park - visible from the Going-to-the-Sun Road
Natural Bridge Falls in Custer Gallatin National Forest near McLeod
Holland Falls in Flathead National Forest near Condon
Kootenai Falls off US 2 in Libby
Ousel Falls in Custer Gallatin National Forest near Big Sky
Palisade Falls in Hyalite-Porcupine-Buffalo Horn Wilderness Study Area near Bozeman
Running Eagle Falls in Two Medicine Valley within Glacier National Park
Saint Mary Falls & Virginia Falls in Glacier National Park

For a listing of all known waterfalls in Montana, visit the World Waterfall Database website.

BEST SCENIC DRIVES IN MONTANA



Montana has many scenic drives. These two routes are generally considered the best scenic drives in Montana:

Beartooth Scenic Byway (US 212) - 68-mile paved route from Red Lodge to Cooke City in southeastern Montana; open seasonally
Going-to-the-Sun Road - 50-mile paved route through Glacier National Park; open seasonally and entry permits are likely to be required

Both of these roads are contenders for most beautiful scenic drive in the U.S.. The Beartooth Scenic Byway connects with the northeast entrance of Yellowstone National Park in Wyoming, and tops out at 10,947 feet.

BEST AMUSEMENT PARKS / THEME PARKS IN MONTANA



There are only two notable amusement parks in Montana. Both of these are small and in my opinion, they are not really nationally significant:

Big Sky Water Park, Columbia Falls
Splash Mountain, Missoula

BEST MUSEUMS IN MONTANA



Montana has a few museums that I would consider nationally significant. The best museums in Montana include:

American Computer & Robotics Museum, Bozeman
Lewis & Clark National Historic Trail Interpretive Center, Great Falls
Miracle of America Museum, Polson
Museum of the Rockies, Bozeman
Old Montana Prison Complex, Deer Lodge
World Museum of Mining, Butte

BEST DAY HIKES IN MONTANA



Montana has thousands of miles of hiking trails, and there is good hiking to be found all over the state. Here are some of the best day hikes in Montana:

Glacier National Park
Avalanche Lake / Trail of the Cedars
Cracker Lake Trail
Grinnell Glacier Trail
Grinnell Lake Trail
Hidden Lake Trail
Highline Trail
Iceberg Lake
Ptarmigan Lake / Ptarmigan Tunnel
Siyeh Pass
St. Mary Falls & Virginia Falls

The rest of Montana
Beehive Basin Trail - near Big Sky
Hyalite Peak - Custer Gallatin National Forest
Lava Lake Trail (Cascade Creek) - Custer Gallatin National Forest
Mount Aeneas - near Bigfork
Mount Wright - Bob Marshall Wilderness
Ousel Falls Trail - Custer Gallatin National Forest near Big Sky
Palisade Falls - Hyalite-Porcupine-Buffalo Horn Wilderness Study Area near Bozeman
Sacagawea Peak - Custer Gallatin National Forest
Storm Castle Peak - Custer Gallatin National Forest
Trapper Peak - Selway-Bitterroot Wilderness / Bitterroot National Forest

Recommended (relatively) easy day hikes in Glacier National Park: Avalanche Lake, Grinnell Lake Trail, Hidden Lake Overlook, St. Mary Falls & Virginia Falls

Recommended moderate/hard day hikes in Glacier National Park: Grinnell Glacier Trail, Hidden Lake, Highline Trail, Iceberg Lake, Ptarmigan Lake / Ptarmigan Tunnel, Siyeh Pass

If you go hiking or backpacking in Montana, you need to be aware of grizzly bears. If you are entering grizzly bear habitat, carrying bear spray is highly recommended. Take note that some trails in Glacier National Park are often closed due to grizzly bear activity. Unless you are hiking in a large group, I recommend hiking with bear spray in Glacier National Park. You can rent bear spray within the national park.

The hiking season for Montana is generally July through September. Many roads and trails are closed from October through June. Some roads and trails may not open until mid-July in some years, especially those in Glacier National Park.

The highpoint of Montana is Granite Peak (12,807') in the Absaroka-Beartooth Wilderness. Reaching this summit requires a difficult mountaineering effort. While some superfit climbers will reach the top in a day, most do it as an overnight trip.

To find more hikes in Montana or to learn more about the hikes I've listed above, I recommend purchasing hiking guidebooks on Amazon (or from your local retailer). Another option is using alltrails.com, but you have to be very careful when using that website as its information is often wrong or incomplete. Published hiking guidebooks will likely always be significantly better than the information you find online.

BEST BACKPACKING TRIPS IN MONTANA



Montana offers some of the most exceptional backpacking opportunities in the United States. Some of the premier backpacking areas/routes in Montana include:

Glacier National Park
Bowman-Kintla Loop in Glacier National Park
Cracker Lake in Glacier National Park
Granite Park Chalet in Glacier National Park
Gunsight Pass in Glacier National Park
Highline Trail in Glacier National Park
Many Glacier Loop in Glacier National Park
North Circle Loop in Glacier National Park
Sperry Chalet in Glacier National Park
St. Mary to Lake McDonald in Glacier National Park

The rest of Montana
Absaroka-Beartooth Wilderness - there are many different options/routes available
Bob Marshall Wilderness - there are many different options/routes available
Custer Gallatin National Forest - there are many different options/routes available
Lee Metcalf Wilderness - there are many different options/routes available
Lewis & Clark National Forest - there are many different options/routes available
Rainbow Lake / The Beaten Path - near Cooke City

The national forests and wilderness areas of Montana offer near-unlimited on and off-trail hiking and backpacking opportunities. You likely won't find great information about these routes online; instead, you'll likely need to purchase some guidebooks and/or talk to folks that have experience with them. I promise the rewards will be worth the research effort.

CLASSIC OUTDOOR ADVENTURES IN MONTANA



Montana offers many excellent adventures, including these classics:

Backcountry skiing in/near Big Sky
Backcountry skiing in/near Cooke City
Backcountry skiing in/near Red Lodge
Backpacking the Absaroka-Beartooth Wilderness
Backpacking the Bob Marshall Wilderness
Backpacking in Custer Gallatin National Forest
Backpacking in Glacier National Park
Backpacking the Lee Metcalf Wilderness
Backpacking in Lewis & Clark National Forest
Cycling the Beartooth Scenic Byway
Cycling the Going-to-the-Sun Road in Glacier National Park (typically opened exclusively to cyclists on select days in the spring)
Cycling the North Pathway
Day hiking Cracker Lake in Glacier National Park
Day hiking Grinnell Glacier Trail in Glacier National Park
Day hiking Hyalite Peak in Custer Gallatin National Forest
Day hiking Highline Trail in Glacier National Park
Day hiking Iceberg Lake in Glacier National Park
Day hiking Sacajawea Peak in Custer Gallatin National Forest
Day hiking Siyeh Pass in Glacier National Park
Ice-climbing in Hyalite Canyon
Ice-climbing in/near Cooke City
Ice-climbing in/near Whitefish
Mountain biking in Helena (e.g. Mount Helena Ridge Trail)
Mountain biking the Bangtail Divide Trail near Bozeman - designated by IMBA as an "epic" mountain biking trail
Mountaineering to Granite Peak (state highpoint)
Rock climbing near Bozeman or Big Sky
Skiing at Big Sky Resort
Skiing at Moonlight Basin
Skiing at Whitefish Mountain Resort
Sky diving in Bozeman
Sky diving in Kalispell
Sky diving in Whitefish
Snowmobiling in Yellowstone National Park (from West Yellowstone)
Snowmobiling on any of Montana's 4,000 miles of trails
Whitewater rafting the Blackfoot River
Whitewater rafting the Clark Fork River-Alberton Gorge
Whitewater rafting the Flathead River-Middle Fork
Whitewater rafting the Flathead River-North Fork
Whitewater rafting the Gallatin River
Whitewater rafting the Madison River
Whitewater rafting the Yellowstone River (book a trip with one of the rafting guide companies in Gardiner, Montana)

BEST SKI RESORTS IN MONTANA



There are about 15 actively-operating ski resorts in Montana. These ski resorts are generally considered the best:

Premier Ski/Snowboard Resorts:
Big Sky Resort in Big Sky - 150+ trails; 4,350ft vertical drop; 11,166ft summit
Moonlight Basin in Big Sky - 101 trails; 2,720ft vertical drop; 11,166ft summit
Whitefish Mountain Resort in Whitefish - 111 trails; 2,353ft vertical drop; 6,817ft summit

Other Notable Ski/Snowboard Resorts:
Bridger Bowl
Lost Trail Ski Area
Montana Snowbowl
Red Lodge Mountain

Most folks would probably agree that the best ski resort in Montana is Big Sky Resort. Moonlight Basin is very close to Big Sky, and is an excellent ski resort in its own right. You can easily visit both on the same trip. Big Sky Resort is often ranked as a top 10 ski resort in the United States.

MONTANA TRAVEL TIPS



For offbeat and unique Montana attractions, visit one or both of these amazing websites: Atlas Obscura and Roadside America

UNIQUE / SPECIALTY FOODS TO TRY IN MONTANA



Here are some unique / specialty foods to try while you are in Montana:

chokecherries
Flathead cherries
huckleberry ice cream
huckleberry pie
pasties
pork chop sandwiches
Rocky Mountain oysters

For a list of unique foods and mom-and-pop type eateries and restaurants in Montana (or any other U.S. state), visit the Roadfood.com website.
For a list of unique foods to try in each of the 50 U.S. states, click here.
For a list of the top-rated beers to try in Montana (or any other U.S. state), visit the Beer Advocate website.

OTHER KEY MONTANA INFORMATION



Capital = Helena
Major airports = Billings, Bozeman, Great Falls, Kalispell/Glacier Park, Missoula (take note that many people fly into Salt Lake City, UT and then drive into Montana)
Largest cities = Billings (119,706), Missoula (74,829), Great Falls (60,830), Bozeman (56,495), Butte (34,688), Helena (32,871)
Primary U.S. interstates = I-15, I-90, I-94
State highpoint = Granite Peak (12,807'); a challenging mountaineering effort is required to reach the summit (this is not a "hike")
Professional sports teams = none

Take note that in general this travel guide intentionally excluded restaurants, lodging/hotels, breweries, wineries/vineyards, and certain other types of attractions (like arcades, ax-throwing, bowling alleys, and escape rooms). These types of places tend to come and go, and keeping up with that would be too challenging. I encourage you to use Google Maps, Tripadvisor, Yelp, and other travel sites that have reader reviews to find the latest and greatest places that I haven't covered here.


Beefburgers in Livingston, Montana
Beefburgers in Livingston, Montana

Red Bus, Glacier National Park, Montana
Red Bus tour vehicle in Glacier National Park, Montana

Avalanche Lake, Glacier National Park, Montana
Avalanche Lake, Glacier National Park, Montana

Museum of the Rockies, Bozeman, Montana
Museum of the Rockies, Bozeman, Montana
(photo courtesy of Katherine Varn Hawkins)


Grinnell Glacier Overlook, Glacier National Park, Montana
Grinnell Glacier Overlook, Glacier National Park, Montana
(photo courtesy of Katherine Varn Hawkins)

Highline Trail, Glacier National Park, Montana
Highline Trail, Glacier National Park, Montana
(photo courtesy of Katherine Varn Hawkins)

near Siyeh Pass, Glacier National Park, Montana
near Siyeh Pass, Glacier National Park, Montana
(photo courtesy of Katherine Varn Hawkins)

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