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Northwest Montana is an extensive mountainous area on the west side of the Continental Divide in the far northwest corner of Montana bordering Canada to the north and Idaho to the west. The Region is home to two of the most popular travel destinations of the Pacific Northwest, Glacier National Park and Flathead Lake. The state department of tourism calls this "Glacier Country".
Northwest Montana is a vast geographical area that encompasses the Bitterroot Valley, the Blackfeet Indian Reservation, the Clark Fork River area, the Flathead Valley, Glacier National Park, Kootenai Valley, the city of Missoula, and the Seeley Swan Valley.
You will find outstanding travel and recreational opportunities throughout the region including horse packing, llama rides, trail rides, wagon trains, bicycling, hiking, backpacking, trout fishing, big game hunting, whitewater rafting, downhill skiing and cross-country skiing. Northwest Montana's many attractions include, in addition to it's wildlife and natural wonders, many community festivals, rodeos, Native American Pow-wows, antique shops, and museums. The area is known for active art communities where you may visit many artists' and potters' studios and galleries.
Visitors are presented with accommodations to fit most any taste and preference including bed and breakfast, cabins, vacation rentals, dude ranches, guest ranches, campgrounds, RV parks, motels, lodges, inns and resort complexes.
This is a Glacier Country Regional Tourism Commission web site. Includes information on the region's activities, attractions, culture, wildlife and accommodation.
Explore the Bitterroot
Outdoor activity guide.
Sacred Journey of the Nez Perce
Web site for a one-hour documentary co-produced by Idaho Public Television and Montana Public Television. Tribal members from throughout the Pacific Northwest describe the history of their people. The program is narrated by Nez Perce CBS news anchor Hattie Kauffman. "Sacred Journey" is a story about a physical trek over 1,600 difficult miles. It is also the story of a spiritual journey of healing, patience and pride that has led many Nez Perce back to their cultural roots.
Best selection of books on the Northwest.
Northwest Montana Fire Lookouts...A Hiking Guide by Steve Rains, Blake Passmore, Lynne Rains and Calab Rains. This guide takes the hiker to 30 lookouts expanding over 6 mountain ranges. Get details on trailhead directions, routes, safety and photographs. For more info see http://letshikemontana.com Order now...
Moon Montana, 8th Edition (Moon Handbooks) by Judy Jewell and Bill McRae. This book journeys from Yellowstone to the eastern prairies, highlighting the best of the Big Sky Country. Whether it's cross-country skiing at Glacier National Park or observing elk at Charles M. Russell National Wildlife Refuge this book has all the information needed. Order now...
Scenic Routes & Byways Montana, 3rd Edition by S. A. Snyder. Explore scenic byways and backroads, trails, beautiful areas, ghost towns, hot springs and glaciers. This book provides itineraries, route maps, detailed descriptions of attractions plus many more tips and trips. Order now...
Montana Off the Beaten Path, 8th Edition: A Guide to Unique Places by Michael McCoy. This guide, different from regular guide books, uncovers hidden and unique attractions plus unusual locals in the Treasure State. Discover a different side of Montana. Order now...
Montana Curiosities: Quirky Characters, Roadside Oddities & Other Offbeat Stuff by Ednor Therriault. This laugh-out-loud guide will introduce readers to the offbeat people, places, and events of the Treasure State. 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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