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 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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Montana Vacation Travel Video
Vacation in Montana can be exhilarating and relaxing. There are so many outdoor recreation options in Montana its hard to sit around and chill. I found in the late afternoon with a packable hammock there's always time for that too.
This version of Montana Vacation is a high tempo edit using the 'overcapture' technique from 360 video footage. This is a great technique for clients who want different perspectives. It's also quick and nimble, which saves on production time.
A Montana vacation changes people inside. The nature vibe, expansive scenery, and outdoor activities transform our experience when we return home.
This was the inspiration for this video too. Showing the western scenes in a different way helps us see new possibilities and unlock the - that's the way it is - mode of thinking.
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Innovate Montana: Quality of Life
Montana is the last best place to raise a family, build a business, and be part of a great community that enjoys a quality of live that is unsurpassed. What's in your business's back yard?
Only 20 minutes to the Bozeman Airport (new direct flights to/from Phoenix/Mesa and Las Vegas on Allegiant Air); a quick half hour to Bridger Bowl ski resort, an hour and a half to Big Sky ski resort, two hours to Yellowstone National Park; centrally located to world class fishing; plus Montana State University in town.
Great downtown Main Street with delicious local restaurants and shopping; So many activities in town and around the state for the entire family!
My Montana Ranch Land Houses for Sale Missoula Bitterroot Valley Travel Video
Montana Ranch Land Houses for Sale Missoula Bitterroot Valley Travel Video Road Trip Interstate 90 Highway 93 Lolo Ravalli County MT. This is My Ranch and some houses I have for sale. Well Breeder and I made it home finally and she is so happy to be out of the car after all this time and she is really happy that she will get to play with her all her family. Make sure and check out all the videos in this road trip series.
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Milwaukee Road Volumes I-III
Milwaukee Road Volumes I-III (Combo DVD video)
Experience The Milwaukee Road of the early 1970s as Pentrex takes you on a three-volume video adventure along the Rocky Mountain Division! Explore the entire electrified Milwaukee Road line from Harlowton, Montana to Avery, Idaho in this exciting three-volume combo DVD. Extraordinary films taken by Ed Stimpson have been carefully selected and computer enhanced, and combined with incredible stereo sound recorded on the Milwaukee Road by Don Hunter. Pentrex has painstakingly researched the Milwaukee's electrics in order to bring you the most accurate, factual video ever produced on these marvelous machines. It's some of the most dynamic railroading in the United States!
Volume I: Electric Power on the Milwaukee Road - Alberton, Avery and the St. Paul Pass
Pentrex begins its incredible vintage series on the popular Milwaukee Road and its fascinating electric motive power with a look at Boxcabs and Little Joes hard at work on the Rocky Mountain Division in Alberton, Montana and from Avery, Idaho through the St. Paul Pass. Highlights of this 1972 footage include a profile of the impressive General Electric-built Boxcab motors which entered service in 1915, and the gutsy Little Joes which joined the roster in 1950.
We'll see both of these powerful and efficient motors in action hauling freight up the 1.7 percent grades on the breathtaking St. Paul Pass, sailing across the majestic trestles, diving into tunnels, and working in the yards at Alberton and Avery. This was the Milwaukee Road at its best, just prior to the end of electrification in June of 1974. (47 Minutes)
Volume II: Harlowton to Butte
Pentrex continues its trilogy of films about the Milwaukee Road's electrified Rocky Mountain Division with a detailed tour of the eastern portion of the route. The line from Harlowton to Butte, Montana saw plenty of action during the 1970s. There are thrilling scenes of electric power hard at work hauling freight over the area's challenging grades.
We begin our journey with a look at the non-electrified line that ran from Harlowton to Lewistown, Montana to view the diesel powered action on the Rocky Mountain Division. the yards at Harlowton linked the electrified division with the non-electrified line to the east and you'll visit the yards to catch the action there.
Highlights of our tour include a look at Vendome Loop and a ride in the cab of a Little Joe on the way from magnificent Pipestone Pass to Butte. The Little Joes and Boxcabs that once conquered these awesome grades represented electric power at its finest. The drama of machines battling spectacular terrain is vividly portrayed in this exciting tribute to the mighty Milwaukee Road. (41 Minutes)
Volume III: The Rocky Mountain Division
Pentrex takes you on a journey of exploration along the Milwaukee Road's electrified Rocky Mountain Division in 1973. This historic footage was shot just months before electrified service was replaced by diesel power. It covers the entire 440-mile route from Harlowton, Montana to Avery, Idaho.
You'll get a close look at the mighty Boxcabs and gutsy Little Joes that pulled freight across this beautiful territory, braving steep grades and spanning awesome gorges. Then you'll follow a work train and its crew for several days as it repairs track and replaces rail. Highlights of our adventure include a trip to the busy Lombard area, where Milwaukee track crossed the Burlington Northern.
From mountain prairies to steep, tree covered peaks, the Rocky Mountain Division was indeed a breathtaking sight, and now the spectacular scenery and nonstop Milwaukee Road action is available for your viewing pleasure! (78 Minutes)
Cedar Key Florida Travel - YouTube
This place is awesome if you are looking for a quiet, laid back vacation to relax, enjoy nature and just take it easy in the beauty of the Florida Gulf Coast. Fishing, crabbing, kayaking and nature watching are just some of the things to keep your days busy or just read a book, whatever.
Cindy and I loved this little piece of paradise.
Cedar Key is a city in Levy County, Florida, United States. The population was 790 at the 2000 census. According to the U.S Census estimates of 2005, the city had a population of 958. The Cedar Keys are a cluster of islands near the mainland. Most of the developed area of the city has been on Way Key since the end of the 19th century. The Cedar Keys are named for the Eastern Red Cedar, Juniperus virginiana, once abundant in the area.
While evidence suggests human occupation as far back as 500 BC, the first maps of the area date to 1542, when it was labeled Las Islas Sabines by a Spanish cartographer. An archaeological dig at Shell Mound, 9 miles (14 km) north of Cedar Key, found artifacts dating back to 500 BC in the top 10 feet (3.0 m) of the 28-foot-tall (8.5 m) mound. The only ancient burial found in Cedar Key was a 2,000-year-old skeleton found in 1999.
Arrow heads and spear points dating from the Paleo period (12,000 years old) were collected by Cedar Key historian St. Clair Whitman and are displayed at the Cedar Key Museum State Park.
The Cedar Keys were used by Seminole Indians, by the Spanish as a watering stop for ships returning to Spain from Mexico, and by pirates, such as Jean Lafitte and Captain Kidd.
Montana Road Trip - Explore Missoula's Many Breweries
Since the 1980s, Missoula has seen a craft beer boom, as eight different breweries have popped up over the years. It's a big part of why Montana now ranks second in the USA for craft breweries per capita.
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