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Missoula Offers Big City Amenities Plus
Outstanding Outdoor Adventure Options
Missoula, the largest city in western Montana, sits along the Clark Fork River and upon an old glacial lakebed, in the midst of the Rocky Mountains surrounded by millions of acres of National Forest, wilderness and recreation areas. Missoula serves an area populated by some 70,000 people and offers all the amenities of a big city plus extraordinary opportunities for recreational adventure.
The city's many attractions include the University of Montana, the Charlie Russell Outdoor theatre, a Symphony, a Children's Theatre and a wide range of galleries, shopping centers, coffee houses, book stores, museums, hotels, restaurants and a ballet company.
Missoula offers fun-filled activities for every season. Summer activities include bicycling, hiking, backpacking, horse packing trips, whitewater rafting, fishing, and more. Winters offer snowmobiling, cross-country skiing, downhill skiing and snowboarding.
Best selection of books on the Northwest.
Moon Spotlight Missoula & Northwestern Montana by Judy Jewell and W. C. McRae. This compact guide covers Missoula, Flathead Lake and Bitterroot Valley pointing out what to see and do, where to eat and stay. Maps with sightseeing attractions are included. Order now...
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...
Montana Adventure Guide by Genevieve Rowles. Offering coverage of the history, culture, geography and climate, this book also looks at wilderness trips in Montana, USA. Areas featured include Flathead and Clearwater Mountains, and fly-fishing, Nordic skiing, rock-hounding and overnight hiking excursions are all covered. Order now...
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