From Glacier National Park and Yellowstone National Park to going on dog sled tours and seeing dinosaur fossils, Montana is a great state to explore. Two popular cities are Helena and Billings, but Montana also has many cute small towns to explore as well.
Explore Montana on a llama, go on a guided wildlife tour, or go on a motorcycle tour to see as much of you can of this big state. Go skiing down Turner Mountain, Blacktail Mountain, and Maverick Mountain. In Montana you can also go hiking through Glacier National Park or search for wildlife in Yellowstone National Park. Visit the Museum of the Rockies to learn more about Montana’s history and to see dinosaur fossils. Another popular attraction is the Little Bighorn Battlefield, which features the Indian Memorial.
Make sure to visit Helena, which is the capital of Montana. In Helena you can see the beautiful Cathedral of Saint Helena, go fishing in Spring Meadow Lake State Park, and wander around the Holter Museum of Art. Another popular Montana city is Billings. In Billings you can visit the Custer Battlefield Museum, explore the Montana Pro Rodeo Hall and Wall of Fame, and relax in the wave pool at the Reef Indoor Water Park. Visit Missoula, Montana to go skiing at the Montana Snowbowl, see exhibits at the Missoula Art Museum, and go hiking up Mount Sentinel.
Travel to Whitefish, Montana for snowshoeing and dog sled tours. You can also explore Glacier National Park and relax afterwards at the Spa at Whitefish Lake. Another small town in Montana is Anaconda. In Anaconda you can go on a historic walking tour through town, explore Washoe Park, and go skiing down Mt. Haggin.
Flathead Lake was created by Ice Age glaciers and is a great location for picnicking, waterskiing, and sailing. There are several campgrounds around the lake as well. Another popular lake in Montana is Lake McDonald, which is the biggest in Glacier National Park. Lake McDonald is surrounded by mountains and the area is known for its’ wildlife, such as black bears and elk. You can also visit Swan Lake, where you can go horseback riding, fishing, and hiking.
Montana is home to both Yellowstone National Park and Glacier National Park. Yellowstone features 12 campgrounds, over 1,000 miles of trails, and 52 picnic areas. Go backpacking, boating, fishing, and horseback riding in the park. Glacier National Park is home to the famous Going-to-the-Sun Road, which is a great place to go biking. You can also go cross-country skiing, fishing, and camping in the park.
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The average price of a nightly rental in Montana is $292 while the average price of a weekly rental is $2340. For those looking for more than a short term rental such as corporate rentals, extended stays or long term rentals, the average monthly price of a Montana home is $9964.
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