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Montana's Glacier Country

Year-round adventure awaits under the expansive blue skies of Montana’s Glacier Country. From stunning landscapes and endless recreation opportunities to the arts, culture and western hospitality of charming small towns, it’s time to start exploring.

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Located in Western Montana, Glacier Country is home to millions of acres that encompass some of the country’s most stunning scenery, incredible adventures and charming small towns. Within its boundaries are Glacier National Park, Flathead Lake—the largest freshwater lake in the West—two Indian reservations and endless recreational opportunities.

Anchoring the region and encompassing more than one million acres, Glacier National Park is best described as stunning, dramatic and breathtaking, with diverse terrain that varies from rolling foothills to a celestial summit and wildflower-filled meadows to cascading 400-foot waterfalls. The park’s most popular attraction: the iconic Going-to-the-Sun Road. This 50-mile-long road takes travelers through the heart of Glacier and crests the Continental Divide at Logan Pass, providing its passengers with incredible views of high alpine valleys and glacial-carved terrain. The park is also home to historic lodges, backcountry chalets, abundant outdoor recreation and 734 miles of hiking trails.

Montana’s Glacier Country is a year-round recreation destination, with activities that range from casting a line on one of the region’s blue-ribbon trout streams to carving fresh powder turns at one of the area’s six downhill ski resorts, including world-class Whitefish Mountain Resort. Most often, recreation is experienced against a backdrop of snow-capped mountain peaks, crystal clear lakes and striking sunsets.

Rounding out its offerings, Glacier Country has plenty of western charm in the form of small towns, farm-to-table dining, a lively arts and culture scene and a hearty brewery industry. Western Montana is a destination that’s ready to be explored.


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Southwest Montana

Quiet ghost towns beckon you back into history. Lively, welcoming communities buzz with the creative energy of today’s modern frontier. The landscapes that lie between Yellowstone and Glacier national parks encapsulate all the best of Montana. Dig deeper – explore Southwest Montana.

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In Montana's southwest corner, breathtaking crags pierce the bluest sky you’ll ever see. Vast flocks of trumpeter swans splash down on the emerald waters of high mountain lakes. A visit to this remarkable place is more than just a trip: it is a chance to dig deeper. Whether your passion is snowboarding or golfing, microbrews or monster trout, you’ll find endless riches in Southwest Montana. You’ll also find gems of places to enjoy a hearty meal or rest your head — from friendly roadside diners to lavish Western resorts.

Learn about our storied history at the Big Hole Battle Field, or walk in the footsteps of historical Montanans at one of our many well-preserved ghost towns. Mountain bike along the Continental Divide trail or hike in the quiet solitude of the Montana Rocky Mountains. Meander through the charming downtown districts of our towns and have a locally made craft beer with the locals. Soak in a natural hot springs or fish in our world-class rivers. Southwest Montana has miles and of scenic drives to enjoy or trails to hike, so it slow and keep your eyes open for discovery. Feel free to dig a little deeper and explore a little further— in a place like this, nothing but big skies and open trails lie ahead. We look forward to sharing this remarkable place with you.


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Missoula, MT

There’s this place where life is lived on mountain time and a river really does run through it. In Missoula, Montana, unparalleled natural beauty is matched only by the vibrant culture of this friendly mountain town.

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Missoula is known for its eclectic arts and culture scene and a fiercely dedicated community, making it a “must experience” travel destination. Home to one of the most beautiful university campuses in America, Missoula is perfect for families, foodies, music and art lovers and adventure seekers alike.

Nestled in the Northern Rockies, three rivers and seven wilderness areas come together to make Missoula an outdoor enthusiast’s haven. Kayak, raft or tube through downtown, or take a hike in 60,000 acres of wilderness minutes from city center. Bike the Bitterroot Trail’s 50 miles of paved pathway, ski fresh powder at Montana Snowbowl or snowmobile over 200 miles of groomed trails just outside of town. Run the world-class Missoula Marathon or make Missoula your starting point for Yellowstone and Glacier national parks.

Missoula is also a regional destination for shopping and dining, with endless boutiques, outdoor markets, restaurants, cafés, distilleries and breweries to fit all budgets and palates. Missoula has a booming music scene, with two outdoor amphitheaters and historic venues like The Wilma Theatre providing unexpected big city entertainment in an lively small town destination. Infinite exploration abounds under Missoula’s big wild sky, with wonderment and adventure around every single corner.


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