The Best Places to Visit in Montana, USA
The Best Places to Visit in Montana, USA
One of the most northerly of the US states, often referred to as Big Sky Country, Montana is spectacular, with rugged scenery and plentiful wildlife, particularly around the Rocky Mountains in the west. It is also popular for scenic drives and abundant wildlife (the state's very name suggests a strong connection to nature, and is taken from the Spanish for mountain: montaña).
The majestic Rocky Mountains, the wide open prairies, and the clear winding rivers make Montana a vacation wonderland. The state's colorful human and natural history, touching on everything from Lewis and Clark to paleontology to Old West mines, is the subject of many attractions that appeal to visitors from around the world.
#1.Glacier National Park
#3.Montana Historical Museum
#4.Lewis & Clark Trail
#5.Museum of the Rockies
#6. Editor's Pick Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument
#7.Gates of the Mountains, Missouri River
#8.Big Sky Montana
About Bozeman, Montana
Bozeman, Montana is recognized as one of the best places to live in the country. Clean air, clean water, mountain vistas, rich culture... There is everything to love about Bozeman.
Top 7. Best Tourist Attractions in Kalispell - Montana
Top 7. Best Tourist Attractions in Kalispell - Montana: Conrad Mansion, Flathead Lake State Park, Lone Pine State Park, Hockaday Museum of Art, Wild Horse Island State Park, The Museum at Central School, Thompson Chain of Lakes
montana travel, top 47 Most Beautiful places In Montana of the United States
Montana is a state in the Western area of the United States. The state's name is gotten from the Spanish word montaña (mountain). Montana has a few monikers, albeit none official,including Huge Sky Country and The Treasure State, and trademarks that incorporate Place that is known for the Shining Mountains and all the more as of late The Last Best Place. Montana has a 545-mile (877 km) outskirt with three Canadian areas: British Columbia, Alberta, and Saskatchewan, the main state to do so.It additionally fringes North Dakota and South Dakota toward the east, Wyoming toward the south, and Idaho toward the west and southwest. Montana is positioned fourth in estimate, however 44th in populace and 48th in populace thickness of the 50 United States. The western third of Montana contains various mountain ranges. Littler island ranges are found all through the state. Altogether, 77 named ranges are a piece of the Rocky Mountains. The eastern portion of Montana is described by western prairie territory and barren wilderness.More information about Montana please visit at :
Montana most beautifule places we're visiting lists bellow:
Yellowstone National Park,
Lewis and Clark Caverns State Park,
East Glacier Park Village,
Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument,
Crystal Lake and Big Snowy Mountains near Lewistown,
Upper Missouri River Breaks National Monument,
Eureka Montana Lake Koocanusa Views,
Cooke City-Silver Gate,
Continental Divide Trail,
Wild Horse Island,
Montana Backcountry Philipsburg, MT,
St. Mary, Montana
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Big & Beautiful, Discover Western Montana, a traveler’s guide
We take a 1300 mile road trip thru the western portion of Montana, visiting most of the area’s attractions. We visit Helena, Virginia City, Bozeman, Butte, Missoula and of course Glacier National Park. Along the way we are treated to beautiful scenery; lakes, rivers, snow capped mountains, etc. as well as various wild life.
Montana the Last Best Place - why we love it!
A look at some of our travels across Montana, from Livingston (our home) to Helena, Great Falls, White Sulfur Springs, Harleton and Boulder. Landscapes, mountains and towns.
5 Best Romantic Weekend Getaways in Montana | Love is Vacation
5 Best Romantic Weekend Getaways in Montana
Check into a romantic mansion, lodge, inn, or bed & breakfast for a weekend or relaxation and rejuvenation surrounded by mountains. Montana is a beautiful state where vacationers find friendly service and a diverse choice of accommodations in charming towns and wedding venues near famous destinations such as Yellowstone and Glacier National Park.
1.Lone Mountain Ranch
2 Triple J Ranch
3 Gallatin River Lodge
4 Paradise Gateway
5 Snow Bear Chalets
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WEEKEND GUIDE TO - Shelby, Montana
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Black Sandy State Park Hauser Dam Black Sandy Montana
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One of the few public parks on the shores of Hauser Reservoir, Black Sandy is an extremely popular weekend boating, fishing, and water skiing take-off point. This site is 44 acres in size and has an elevation of 3,669 feet. There are 29 sites (4 additional sites are for tents) that offer both flush and vault toilets, RV dump station, grills/firerings, picnic tables, trash cans, drinking water, and interpretive displays. Groceries, laundry, showers, public telephone, etc. available adjacent to the park. There are 3 public golf courses and 8 museums located nearby in Helena. Camping fees are $15.00 per night and for non-resident visitors, the day use fee is $5 per vehicle.
Hauser Dam (also known as Hauser Lake Dam) is a hydroelectric straight gravity dam on the Missouri River about 14 miles (23 km) northeast of Helena, Montana, in the United States. The original dam, built between 1905 and 1907, failed in 1908 and caused severe flooding and damage downstream. A second dam was built on the site in 1908 and opened in 1911 and comprises the present structure. The current Hauser Dam is 700 feet (210 m) long and 80 feet (24 m) high. The reservoir formed by the dam, Hauser Lake (also known as Hauser Reservoir) is 25 miles (40 km) long, has a surface area of 3,800 acres (1,500 ha), and has a storage capacity of 98,000 acre feet (121,000,000 m3) of water when full
Hauser Dam is a six-unit hydroelectric plant on the Missouri River, about 14 miles northeast of Helena, Mont. The units have a total generating capacity of 19 megawatts. (One megawatt can satisfy the average energy needs of 750 households.)
Hauser Dam, which began operation in 1911, is 720 feet long and 111 feet high. Its reservoir is 14 miles long and has a storage capacity of 64,253 acre-feet when combined with nearby Lake Helena's usable storage capacity. The dam is classified as a run-of-river project because it can generate electricity using the water that flows down the river, without the need to store additional water supplies.
Hauser Dam is one of eight hydroelectric plants and one reservoir along the Missouri and Madison rivers covered under PPL Montana's Project 2188 operating license. Through this license, PPL Montana works with state and federal agencies and private groups to implement a diverse array of environmental stewardship projects to protect habitats on or near the banks of the Missouri and Madison Rivers.
The dam has a security gate for full-time recreational pedestrian access to allow recreationists to get to the other side of the river, which is virtually inaccessible by other means.
PPL Montana contributed $1.4 million to acquire, design and develop White Sandy Beach at Hauser Dam. The company also has contributed a total of $400,000 to expand the dam's causeway and reconstruct the access site. In addition to its initial contributions, PPL Montana continues to provide $50,000 a year for the operation and maintenance of recreational sites at Hauser Dam.
Hauser Reservoir and nearby Lake Helena are popular sites for recreational activities such as fishing and hiking. Numerous campgrounds dot the river above and below the dam. PPL Montana's Holter Dam, located 29 miles downstream, offers additional recreational opportunities for outdoor enthusiasts.