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Hiking & Backpacking

Hiking in Montana is a great way to explore the state while experiencing nature and wildlife. Each trail offers an adventure into the vast openness of God's Country. From a scenic day hikes in Glacier National Park to a multi-day wilderness excursions in the Bob Marshall Wilderness, there is something for everyone to enjoy. Grab your backpack and find a trail that's right for you. The mountains are calling.



Montana offers unmatched trails and undiscovered country for mountain bikers of all levels, as well as miles of paved and gravel roads for avid cyclists. Discover Montana on two wheels.


Horseback Riding

There are few things more symbolic of the spirit of the American West than the horse. Of the many ways to explore Montana, horseback riding is the most traditional. Whether you are looking for a full-on, working ranch vacation or a just an afternoon of trail riding, there are countless options for adventure by horseback in The Last Best Place.


Water Recreation

Paddle across the water so clear you can watch the trout swimming below you, ride thrilling rapids, or cast off and catch the wind by sailing across Flathead Lake. There is a little bit of everything that you can experience in the water in Montana!



Fishing in Montana is a dream come true. Wade into crystal clear lakes or pebble-filled trout streams. Cast your line in the Paradise Valley or on Flathead Lake, only two of many prized locations for anglers in Big Sky Country. While waiting for your big catch, take a moment to see the mountains cascade around you or catch a glimpse of Montana wildlife. It truly is a scene out of "A River Runs Through It."


Rock Climbing

Looking to scale new heights against a pretty stunning backdrop? Big Sky Country offers plenty of outoor rock climbing for all skill levels. Grab your gear and find a guide to and check out some the best climbing spots in the Rocky Mountain West. 



Camping in Montana runs the gamut from backcountry and boondocking spots to developed campgrounds with tent sites, Montana state parks camping, national forest camping, and RV parks featuring all the amenities you might need for RV camping.