Expert Travel Advice to Montana

Top Answers To Montana Travel Questions

  • Anonymous user answered:
    I would start off by heading to Rapid City to gaze at the four most famous faces in the state. Mount Rushmore is truly a spectacle to be seen. Then, head towards Glacier National Park, which is in Montana, but near the border of Wyoming. If you have time, drive for a few miles on the Going-to-the-Sun road. you'll pass by wildlife roaming along the hills, and sometimes on the road! Also, it's worth taking a day or two out of your schedule to hike the Iceberg Lake Trail. At the end of the trail, you'll have a great view of a pristine lake and access to see big horn sheep, mountain goats, and grizzlies, oh my! Finally, make your way to Gallatin National Forest to bask in 1.8 million acres of forest. Cities are nice, but it's always refreshing to be amongst nature.
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    Anonymous user answered:
    Glacier Park International Airport (airport code FCA) located in Kalispell, Montana.
  • 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.
  • 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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