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When you just need to get away from it all, Montana is calling. From expansive skies to welcoming towns to spacious Montana vacation rentals, Big Sky Country has it all.
Best Cities to Visit in Montana
As Montana's capital, Helena offers a relatively complete picture of the state's history and future. Take a stroll through the preserved buildings that tell the story of Montana's gold rush history, and explore the modern-day corridors that reveal Helena's continued success.
Bozeman might not be a large city, but it's one of Montana's most engaging destinations. Visit the city to discover its unique combination of Old West flavor and youthful energy, thanks to Bozeman's 19th-century gold rush history and the much more contemporary Montana State University. Bozeman is also just a short drive from some of the state's best skiing and outdoor recreation, making it the ideal base for a hiking or skiing trip.
Located near Montana's northwestern border, Missoula is nestled among Lolo National Forest, Flathead National Forest, and several other wilderness areas. While it's a smart place to base yourself for a rafting, kayaking, fishing, or hiking trip, Missoula is also a destination in and of itself. Peruse three shopping districts, have a cold one at your choice of breweries, or join a local festival to see all that Missoula has to offer.
Top Activities in Montana
Montana offers much more than just cities. One of the state's most popular destinations is Glacier National Park, which boasts more than 700 miles of trails, untouched forests, majestic mountains, and clear lakes. With hikes at all skill levels, beautiful drives, unforgettable mountain bike trails, summertime fishing, wintertime cross-country skiing, and much more to do, it's easy to spend a week or more in Glacier National Park.
Located in the southwest corner of Montana, Yellowstone National Park is another destination where you might want to spend a few days or even a week. Go boating on the crystal clear lakes, tackle hundreds of miles on two wheels, hike more than 1,000 miles of trails, take a guided horseback tour, or go cross-country skiing or snowshoeing in the winter.
Just east of Billings, the Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument marks the site of the Battle of the Little Bighorn and memorializes both Americans and Native Americans who fought in the battle. Here you can get oriented at the visitor center, tour the museum exhibits, visit the Indian Memorial and Custer's Last Stand, and take a self-guided walking tour of the Deep Ravine Trail.
Between Helena and Great Falls, the Lewis and Clark National Forest covers seven mountain ranges and 13 counties. It's the ideal location for hiking, horseback riding, and hunting in central Montana's grassy meadows, coniferous forests, and mountainous peaks.
Why You Should Visit Montana
You'll find just about everything under the sun in Big Sky Country. Whether you're looking for a Yellowstone cabin, a Bozeman condo, or a Big Sky chalet, you can take your pick from dozens of Montana vacation rentals for groups of all sizes.
Find the ideal Montana vacation rental for a couples getaway or a family vacation, and start looking forward to visiting this diverse state.