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Mission: To collect, preserve, research, interpret and promote the history and diverse culture of the Yellowstone River Basin.
Miles of back country scenery, wildflowers, wildlife, and few human encounters. The only lift accessible downhill trails in the area.
Gateway to Yellowstone Park via the beautiful Beartooth Highway. Come and experience true western hospitality in this quaint, historic, mountain town.
Take the Tram to the top of Lone Peak in Big Sky Montana. Stand at an 11,166 ft. summit and view two national parks, three states and many mountain ranges.
A par-72 Jack Nicklaus Signature Golf Course, located in Big Sky. At 7,500 feet of elevation and 7,800 playable yards, Moonlight's course is sure to impress.
Glacier National Park preserves more than a million acres of forests, alpine meadows, lakes, rugged peaks and glacial-carved valleys in the Northern Rocky Mountains.
Situated on the side of Trapper Peak, the highest mountain in Western Montana. Beautiful main lodge with a world-class restaurant.
Featuring Yellowstone National Park, Mount Rushmore National Memorial & Theodore Roosevelt National Park - badlands and prairie, canyons and forest!
There's camping, and then there's camping Paws Up-style. Go "glamping" (glamorous camping) at America's premier luxury camping destination.
From Billings, your trail can take you back in time or to the top of the world, anywhere or nowhere at all. So weigh the possibilities, get ready for the trek of a lifetime and then decide…
The first Great Northern Railway Chalet, opened in 1910 the same year as Glacier National Park. Winner of the National Trust for Historic Preservation Honor Award.
On the river, under the big sky, fly fishing guide Jenny Grossenbacher will help you find solitude in the wilderness.
Kalispell offers more than 1,600 rooms. Many properties are an easy stroll from downtown shopping and dining and several offer fine restaurants.
Located near Billings. A National Historic Landmark. Prehistoric hunters left their mark on the cave walls thousands of years ago - known as "the birthplace of Montana archaeology."
Montana represents the untamed, the wild, the natural. Glacier and Yellowstone National Parks are excellent starting points.