Yellowstone National Park
West Yellowstone is located here. This is the western entrance to Yellowstone National Park, as the name would imply.
For good cause, Bozeman is referred to as "the most livable location." Enjoy trekking in stunning mountains and world-class fly fishing.
Glacier National Park
Northwest Montana is the location of Glacier National Park. It consists of several glaciers, mountain ranges, alpine meadows, dense forests, and tall waterfalls.
Seven National Forests
Amazingly, Montana is home to seven national forests totaling about 20 million acres.
Queen City of the Rockies: Helena is referred to as. With the majestic mountains hiding in the backdrop, it is a beautiful location.
In this lovely setting on Flathead Lake, surrounded by mature ponderosa pines, juniper trees, and breathtaking vistas of the Mission Mountains, people camp, walk, and go swimming.
Museum of the Rockies
It is well known for showcasing a sizable collection of dinosaur fossils, notably the T. rex skeleton from Montana that has been displayed completely.
In the vicinity of Butte, Montana, there are a few hot springs. Between Butte and Anaconda is Fairmont Hot Springs, also known as Anaconda Hot Springs.
Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument
The Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument honours the conflict between Sioux and Cheyenne Indians and the US Army in 1876.
They were rocks that could be hit to make a melodic resonant sound, thus the name "rock gongs."