Montana Is Full Of Cool Things To Do And See

Living in Montana, there's never a shortage of things to do if you REALLY want to do something.  No matter what time of year, there are some great experiences to be had and amazing sights to be seen.

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Things To See And Do In Montana Before You Die

History

If you're a history buff, check these out:

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Nature

Love nature? So do we.

  • Montana is home to 2 of the most famous national parks in the world, Yellowstone National Park and Glacier National Park.  Drive the Going-To-The-Sun or watch Old Faithful
  • Montana has 55 state parks if you don't have enough of nature after Glacier and Yellowstone
  • Snow ski at one or all of Montana's 16 ski resorts
  • Water ski on one or all of Montana's 3,223 lakes and reservoirs
  • Fish.  Just stop and fish almost anywhere in Montana. We're cool that way.  Try ice fishing if you're here in the winter.  You won't forget it.  Fly fish like in the movies
  • Drive the Beartooth Highway
  • Whitewater rafting on the Gallatin River
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Food, Beer and Sports

Montana's dirty secret is we can really cook, brew and throw the ball.

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Ice Fishing

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20 Montana Bucket List Destinations You Have to See

Bison, birds, dinosaurs, rivers, lakes, and the most incredible scenery in Montana that you've ever seen. Here is the Bucket List of 20 places every Montanan should visit at least once.

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Every year the tiny town of Trout Creek, Montana, with a population of less than 300, becomes the epicenter of all things huckleberry.

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