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Ready to have the family time of your lives? The six regions of Montana are ready for you, and we’ve made planning easy. The following pages reveal some of the spectacular scenery, high-adrenaline activities and cultural wonders that await in each unique pocket of the state. Pick your favorite starting point, explore the heck out of it and try a different portion of Montana on your next trip. With 94 million acres to explore, there’s always something new to uncover.DOWNLOAD THE GUIDEBOOK
Montana’s history is filled with tales of new discoveries. Piece the state’s story line together in lore-filled towns, through underground caverns and beneath the dome of the Montana State Capitol.
MISSOURI RIVER COUNTRY
In the northeast corner of the state, untamed wildlife and landscapes beckon nature-lovers of all kinds: bird oglers, stargazers, dinosaur hunters and sunbathers.
Go big and you’ll never want to go home after visiting the heart of the state. Hike a sliver of a 1.5-million-acre wilderness complex and get your toes wet at one of the country’s largest freshwater springs.
On land considered sacred by the Indian Nations that reside here, roam responsibly and receive a warm welcome to this legendary realm of pristine waters and natural wonders.
Ancient glaciers leave a breathtaking legacy in a national park and on the state’s largest body of water. Have the camera ready: You’ll want to make sure these family adventures remain frozen in time.
Animal attractions rule here, and they come in many forms. Let a horse guide you through majestic mountains, visit a town of lively prairie dogs and unleash the fun on a sled dog ride.
Make your Montana visit memorable by experiencing the varied languages, cultures and histories of tribal nations in Montana. Ancient traditions carried on today enrich the state’s cultural landscape.