Expert Travel Advice to Montana

Top Answers To Montana Travel Questions

  • Anonymous user answered:
    Western ND. Be sure to stop at Medora. Don't miss their "Pitch fork fondue" nightly steak fry and their Medora musical an ourdoor professional play, also held nightly June through August.
  • Anonymous user answered:
    Wow, that's an impressive circuit through some of Big Sky Country's best terrain. You don't say when you're going, or how long you've got, which are obviously two big factors in determining what you can do. The route you mention also drops close but not in two of the country's greatest national parks, namely Yellowstone and Glacier. If you have time, I'd tack some miles on to visit either of those places! Outdoorsy base camps worth checking out include Billings, Helena, Bozeman, and Big Sky. The top end of the journey will connect with US-2, aka the Hi-Line, where you'll encounter vast prairies and farmland. With kids, I'd be inclined to make a beeline for the adventure-centric lands around Bozeman, Big Sky, and toward Yellowstone northwest entrance. Here, you can take your pick from fishing, whitewater rafting, hiking, wildlife spotting, and more. Have a great trip! For some more guidance, Moon Handbooks offers some itineraries at: http://bit.ly/ep8suU
  • Pieter answered:
    Yeah, long, long drive and depends on your starting point and destination, but you might want to think about ticking off long chunks of highway on the interstates and then focusing on one or two stops/scenic routes along the way. Santa Fe north through the San Luis Valley (to Buena Vista) is an amazing drive that's not too far off course. The Yellowstone/Grand Teton roads are also great. Pretty much any drive in Montana is good, even the freeways to some extent. If you can do the Eastern exit of Yellowstone (over Beartooth Pass to Cooke City, MT), I'd highly recommend it.
  • Donna n Robert answered:
    targhee, Montana the Mtns are beautiful, the air is fresh, If I had to change places to live this is where I would move to, lakes and wildlife everywhere

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