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Montana is a land of superlatives and is known for massive mountains, expansive rolling prairies, and epic tales of raw courage and adventure. Historic themes underlie the state's many and varied recreational pursuits including horse packing, wagon trains, trail rides, rodeos, and Native American Powwows. Montana also offers first class golf courses, downhill skiing, whitewater rafting, big game hunting and trout fishing. Accommodations cover the gamut from quaint bed and breakfast lodgings and country inns to working, guest and dude ranches as well as luxurious resort properties.
Explore this travel guide to find where to stay, where to eat, what to do and what to see in Big Sky Country.
Best selection of books on the Northwest.
Moon Montana, 9th Edition (Moon Handbooks) by Judy Jewell and W.C. McRae. This guide has complete information about all of Big Sky Country, from Yellowstone National Park to the eastern prairies of the state, to help the traveler plan a memorable vacation. Order now...
Hidden Montana: Including Missoula, Helena, Bozeman, and Glacier and Yellowstone National Parks by John Gottberg. This guide contains detailed maps, web sites for listings, author picks plus walking and driving tours to explore Montana. Over 70 parks, towns, ski villages and wilderness areas are detailed in this book. Order now...
Backroads & Byways of Montana: Drives, Day Trips & Weekend Excursions by Jeff Welsch and Sherry Moore. This series leads you down the road less traveled. Itineraries for visits of differing durations and in different seasons, tips for comfortable accommodations, great food, and good shopping. Order now...
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