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Montana is an inland U.S. state in the western United States.

Cities in Montana : Anaconda, Belgrade, Billings, Bozeman, Butte, Evergreen, Glendive, Great Falls, Havre, Helena, Kalispell, Laurel, Lewistown, Livingston, Miles City, Missoula, Sidney and Whitefish.

State Capital City Montana : Helena.

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Camping / Campgrounds / RV Parks

  Go Camping America   -   National Association of RV Parks & Campgrounds (ARVC)
  Koa   -   Campgrounds of America
  National Park Service Campground and Tour Reservation Site
  Funroads   -   Get Outta Town!

Car Rentals in Montana

Car rental

Car Rental USA  Sixt   -    

Holiday Homes / Apartments

  VRBO vacation rentals    -   USA Vacation Rentals

Hotels in Montana   -   Hotels in and around Montana
West Yellowstone, Bozeman, Billings, Whitefish, Livingston.

Centrally located hotels ranging from small family run budget accommodation to world-class five star hotels.

    -   Motel 6 and Red Roof   -    

National Parks / State Parks

  Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks

  Gallatin National Forest
  Glacier National Park
Northwest Montana is home to Glacier National Park and the beautiful Flathead Valley. The communities of Kalispell, Columbia Falls and Whitefish Montana enjoy close proximity to both Glacier and Waterton Lakes National Park, Flathead Lake, and Big Mountain Ski Resort.
  Grand Teton National Park
  Targhee National Forest
  Yellowstone National Park

Travel Agents / Tour Operators

   -   Create your perfect trip to Montana
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Local Travel Organizations / Tour Operators :

  Montana Tourism
Montana is home to two major National Parks - Glacier and Yellowstone - and numerous state parks and recreation sites. Learn more about our glaciers and geysers or get details on one of our 42 state parks.
** Fishing & Hunting
Whether your goal is bagging a trophy elk or spending an afternoon or a week on our blue-ribbon trout streams we have tips on where to go, what you need for the trip and information on rules and regulations for hunting and fishing in Montana.
** Recreation
Montana is filled with adventurous possibilities - hiking, rafting, horseback riding, mountain biking, skiing, snowmobiling, etc. Whether summer, winter, springtime or autumn there are endless possibilities for recreation under the Big Sky.
** Lewis & Clark in Montana
The famous Lewis and Clark Expedition crossed Montana in 1805 and then again in 1806. From 2003 through 2006, our nation is observing the bicentennial of Lewis and Clark's journey.
  Yellowstone Country

Travel Guides Montana / Travel Related Books

Travel Guides USA Travel Guides USA  [ ]

The Rough Guide to the USA (Rough Guide Travel Guides) 

Transportation / How do I get to Montana

Glacier Airport
Currently serving Northwest Montana, the Flathead Valley, including Bigfork, Kalispell, Whitefish, Columbia Falls, Libby, Polson and Glacier National Park.
  Belgrade Airport   -   Gallatin Field Airport
Southwest Montana's Gallatin Field Airport (BZN) is located in the heart of the beautiful Gallatin Valley. Whether your travel involves the business centers of Bozeman, Belgrade and Livingston, education at Montana State University or the recreation areas of Yellowstone National Park, Big Sky Ski and Summer Resort, Moonlight Basin, and Bridger Bowl Ski Area, Gallatin Field can provide all of your southwest Montana air transportation needs.


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  Airline Tickets Monatana / Bargain Flights
Flight tickets Montana.

  Greyhound Lines

Montana Road Information


  Montana Tourism
Montana is filled with adventurous possibilities - hiking, rafting, horseback riding, mountain biking, skiing, snowmobiling, etc. Whether summer, winter, springtime or autumn there are endless possibilities for recreation under the Big Sky.
Whether you are planning your first trip to Montana or you are a frequent visitor or resident, this web site has numerous travel resources available. You can visit Travel Montana for tourism information, learn about cities and towns, plan a trip or see distances between major Montana cities. We also have a calender of events and lots of things to see and do.
  Visit Montana
  Indian Nations of Montana
Montana's Indian nations feature a wealth of cultural institutions such as the Museum of the Plains Indian in Browning, Chief Plenty Coups State Park in Pryor, St. Labre Indian School at Ashland, and the Fort Peck Assiniboine and Sioux Culture Center and Museum in Poplar.
  Montana Lewis & Clark
Much of the Montana landscape that Lewis & Clark crossed remains unchanged. From river canyons to mountain meadows. Montana's rivers and highways flow past scores of landmarks related to the expedition.
  Montana Winter

  State of MOntana [ Government ]

  City of Helena   -   State Capital City Montana
  Helena   -   Helena Chamber of Commerce
Cradled in the foothills of the Montana Rockies, surrounded by pristine wilderness, alive with history and culture, lies Helena, "the heartbeat of Montana." This charming, sophisticated and beautiful Victorian city is both the capital of the state of Montana and also the county seat for Lewis and Clark County.

  Custer Country
  Glacier Country
  Gold West Country
  Missouri River Country
  Montana Russell Country
  Yellowstone Country

  Anaconda   -   see Anaconda Montana
A former industrial center with a rich history and heritage, Anaconda is more recently renowned as a recreation community in Southwest Montana. The Continental Divide passes within a few miles of the city limits and Rocky Mountain peaks reach 10,379 feet. Anaconda offers an extraordinary summer or winter vacation opportunity as well as a great place to live and work.
  Belgrade   -   City of Belgrade - Visit Belgrade [ CC ]
  Big Sky   -   Big Sky Chamber of Commerce
You're getting away to the mountains. You've already pictured it in your mind. But you haven't decided which mountains. They have to be grand, awe-inspiring, wide-open and glistening under a big blue sky. Sounds like Big Sky, Montana. It's one of the last places in the Rocky Mountain West that remains uncrowded and surrounded by vast regions of unspoiled wild lands. Can you picture it? Big Sky can.
  Billings   -   City of Billings   -   Billings Convention & Visitors Bureau
The Mountain Crows valued the area that came to be known as the Clark's Fork Bottom as a traditional hunting and gathering site because of its abundant game, good water and wild fruit; the trees at the base of the Rimrocks were sacred as a burial site. The recorded history of Billings begins in 1877, when a trading post and stage station called Coulson, after the local steamship manager, were established near what is now known as Alkali Creek. In 1882, the area was surveyed by the Northern Pacific Railroad and renamed after Frederick Billings, a former president of the Northern Pacific.
  Bozeman   -   City of Bozeman   -   Bozeman Convention and Visitors' Bureau
One of the most diverse small towns in the Rocky Mountain West. Bozeman is blessed with an eclectic mix of ranchers, artists, professors, ski enthusiasts and entrepreneurs drawn here by world class recreation, Montana State University and a slice of old fashioned Americana.
  Butte   -   Butte-Silver Bow Local Government
A consolidated city and county government located in southwest Montana. The communities within Silver Bow County are : Butte [ county seat ], Centerville, Divide, Melrose, Ramsay, Silver Bow, and Walkerville.
  Butte   -  Butte Convention and Visitors Web Site
Butte is central to Montana's rich history. You can see it in the smooth, worn streets, the billboard images ghosted on brick hotels, the headframes that mark entry into what was once the "Richest Hill on Earth." It's no surprise, then, that the town's vintage architecture and colorful past are often what draw people to visit.
  Great Falls   -   City of Great Falls   -   Visit Great Falls [ CVB ]
Visit Great Falls and you'll find all the western history, art, recreation and entertainment you'd expect and much more. Music from blues to symphonic. Art from cowboy tot contemporary. Outdoor recreation from golf to fly fishing to snow skiing.
  Hamilton   -   City of Hamilton
  Havre   -   Havre Chamber of Commerce
Located in the rolling plains of north central Montana, Havre began over 100 years ago as the first trains forged across the Great Plains. Havre quickly became the transportation hub of the area, providing goods and supplies to the area trappers, miners and military stationed at Fort Assinniboine, six miles southwest of town.
  Helena   -   City of Helena
  Kalispell   -   City of Kalispell
  Laurel  -  City of Laurel
  Miles City   -   Miles City on the web
After the Custer Massacre in 1876, the US Military created forts in eastern Montana including one where the north-flowing Tongue river flowed into the east-flowing Yellowstone river. Fort Keogh (named after one of the massacre victims) started as a few rough winter cabins, but grew into a moderate sized western fort, from which its commander, Nelson Miles, effectively brought the remaining "uncontrolled" native Americans into subjugation during the last decade of the 1800s.
  Missoula   -   Missoula City
  Shelby   -   City of Shelby
  Three Forks   -   Three Forks Chamber of Commerce
Three Forks is easily accessible off I-90 (exit 278), US-287, and Montana Highway 2, and lies enroute between Yellowstone National Park and Glacier National Park. The area at the headwaters of the Missouri River and surrounding the town of Three Forks has some of the most colorful legends and early-day history of any place in Montana.
  Virginia   -   Virginia City Chamber
The very much alive ghost town, Virginia City, Montana, is frozen in time. It is a remarkably well preserved old west Victorian gold mining town just 20 miles west of Yellowstone National Park (90 miles by road). When the gold ran out, there was still enough left so that homes and businesses were occupied, but there was not enough wealth to remodel the buildings. So it froze, and now represents the whole Victorian era. It is the true and original Old West. It is a gem, held within an incredibly rich area of natural beauty, recreation and history.
  West Yellowstone   -   West Yellowstone Montana Chamber of Commerce
West Yellowstone is a rustic mountain town nestled between National Forest lands and Yellowstone National Park. The area is filled with watchable wildlife, breathtaking views and activities for people of all ages. Within the world's First National Park, ten thousand thermal features and 2 1/2 million acres of nature's best offer days of exploration, adventure and learning. Restored gold mining towns, the fascinating 1959 Earthquake area and two National Forests provide the backdrop for even more fun.
Warm season enthusiasts make touring, hiking, biking, fishing, horseback riding and river rafting a part of their vacation pleasures. White season visitors revel in cross country skiing, dog sledding, snowmobiling, snow shoeing and touring by snowcoach.
  Whitefish   -   Whitefish Montana Chamber of Commerce
There is only one Whitefish. Tucked tight against Big Mountain and the stunning peaks of Glacier National Park, Whitefish is a year-round playground steeped in the romance of the rails.

  Discovering Lewis & Clark
  Museum   -   Museum of the Rockies
The museum is home to the largest collection of dinosaur fossils from the United States.
One of the permanent Exhibits : Montana On the Move [ Your travels conclude with the last 200 years of Montana history, beginning with the Lewis and Clark Expedition. Artifacts recovered from the only scientifically verified campsite used by the Corps of Discovery are on display. Next on the time line are mountain men and fur trappers, historic Fort Ellis, John Bozeman and the early days of Yellowstone National Park. The focal point of the history hall is a furnished 1930s house and gas station. A restored 1932 Pietenpol airplane hangs over a stagecoach, buggies, sleigh, fire wagon, sheepherder's wagon and several vintage automobiles ].
  News   -   Bozeman Daily Chronicle
Havre Daily News
The Miles City Star [ afternoon newspaper serving Custer County ]
  Radio   -   Montana PBS
  Ski areas Montana
Montana has several ski areas including : Bear Paw Ski Bowl near Havre, Big Mountain near Whitefish, Big Sky Resort near Big Sky, Blacktail near Lakeside, Bridger Bowl Ski Area near Bozeman, Discovery Basin near Philipsburg, Great Divide near Helena, Lost Trail near Darby, Lookout Pass near St. Regis, Maverick Mountain near Dillon, Montana Snowbowl near Missoula, Moonlight Basin near Big Sky, Red Lodge Mountain near Red Lodge, Showdown Ski Area near White Sulphur Springs, Snowbowl Ski Area near Missoula and Turner near Libby
  TV   -   Helena Civic TV,
  University   -   Montana State University
  University   -   Montana State University Northern
Located in Havre, Montana, Montana State University-Northern is north central Montana's comprehensive university offering programs and services at the associate, baccalaureate, and master's levels. MSUN has educational centers in Great Falls (co-located with the College of Technology) and in Lewistown (at the Central Montana Medical Center) along with an interactive television network.
  University   -   University of Montana - at the heart of western Montana's stunning natural landscape
The University of Montana was founded in 1893 in the burgeoning pioneer town of Missoula, less than 90 years after Lewis and Clark and their Corps of Discovery explored the area. Since then, the University has nurtured a tradition of cultural and scientific exploration. Today, "The Discovery Continues" at UM – from a local, regional and global perspective into the next frontier of space.

Cuisine  -  Montana Recipes


History of Montana

  History of Montana [ Wikipedia ]

  Western Heritage Center
The Western Heritage Center cares for a collection of over 16,000 artifacts, including over 1,000 photographs that document the social history, architecture, public events and the development of the Yellowstone River Valley. Recent oral history projects have focused on interviews with elderly Yellowstone River Valley residents about farming and ranching activities, Crow and Northern Cheyenne women and Deaconess Billings Clinic personnel. This research will be used for future exhibits and publications. Scholars and students of history from throughout the United States have researched our archives and collection.
Museums & Cultural Attractions  -  see Montana Tourism
From the Montana Historical Society in Helena to the Museum of the Rockies in Bozeman - and at battlefields, landmarks and attractions in between - you can find out more about Montana through our many museums and cultural attractions.
Lang, William L., et. al. Montana: A History of Two Centuries. University of Washington: 1991. ISBN 0295971290.

Music, Art & Culture

  Montana State Library
  The Emerson
Southwest Montana's hub for the arts and culture. Located in a renovated 1918 grade school, the Emerson houses creative endeavors and community celebrations for everyone who enjoys the arts. The Emerson is home to artist studios, galleries, education programs and community non-profits and a gathering place for people to create, work and learn; be inspired, challenged and entertained.   -   Guide to Bozeman Montana
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