Montana is well known as a haven for outdoor enthusiasts. Winter sports, water sports, biking, hiking, you name it. Those who have been there call it Big Sky Country because of the rugged otherworldly beauty. A scenic drive through the Rockies, or along one of the longest state stretches of border with Canada will leave you breathless. It also happens to be the fourth largest state and one of the most northerly. Its population is low, which means wildlife lovers and birders flock here year round. Montana certainly is a dream destination.
Lets explore the best things to do in Montana:
1. Glacier National Park
This is one million acres of paradise on earth. The astounding list of facts is almost too numerous to fit in. Trek the over 700 miles of hiking and biking trails, drive down the 50 mile Going-to-the-Sun road, cross the 7,700-foot-high Logan Pass, see Reynolds peak at 9,100 feet, rest by one of over 130 lakes, and get lose in the wildlife dense park interior. Easily Montana’s most popular tourist attraction, you be amazed at every turn. It’s been called the Crown of the Continent Ecosystem, and there’s no doubt why. If this is on your list, and it should be, you’ll need to plan a second trip to do anything else because once you arrive, you won’t want to leave.