Montana represents all that is untamed, all that's wild, and all that's natural in beauty. Famous for Glacier and Yellowstone National Parks, you'll find rarely touched strands of land and nature where you'll experience flora and fauna only seen on screen. Travel to either of these parks is easy with guides available for trip planning and ideas. In Montana's towns, the traveler experiences a hometown hospitality that knows no limits. From these towns, start your adventure into the high plains where you can explore prairies, badlands and buttes as well as the historic waters of the Missouri River. Step back into time and visit sacred Indian lands scattered throughout the state.
If skiing is what you prefer, you'll find 15 different destinations in the western portion of the state. Snowfall is so frequent in Montana that some slopes look like they haven't been touched in weeks. In Montana, you'll find fewer people on the slope which is a plus for those who want to get away from the crowded popular ski spots. Whether you're traveling to Montana on a hunting expedition, ski trip or to visit one of America's most beautiful National Parks, you're sure to create lasting memories in Montana.