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Montana

Glacier Country is home to Glacier National Park. This uncrowded wilderness wonderland is blessed with some of the world's most beautiful scenery with its 1.4 milliona cers of rugged landscape sculptured eons ago by slow moving glaciers. The park is home to 131 named lakes, and 700 smaller ones, with Lake McDonald and St. Mary lakes being the largest. Towering mountain ranges, numerous waterfalls, thousands of plant species, and abudant wildlife such as bears, wolves, deer, squirrels, big horn, sheep and mountain goats all combine to make this an unforgettable paradise.

Take a trip on world's most scenic highway, The Going-To-The-Sun Road, which cuts a swath through grand vistas. With wildflowers, alpine vistas and waterfalls along the way, a trip on this engineering marvel will be an experience that you won't forget. It spans 50 miles through the park's wild interior, winding around mountainsides and treating visitors to some spectacular sights.

East of Glacier Country is Russell Country, which bridges the gap between mountains and rolling prairies. Whether you paddle a canoe down the wild and scenic, historysteeped Missouri River, camp along its White Cliffs or watch the magical spring migration of snow geese flocking to the waters of Freezeout Lake, this region is full of stunning diversions. And, don't miss the C.M. Russell Museum in Great Falls.

Stay and play. Camp, fish and hike to your heart's content or simply laze the day away floating down the river. Test your mountain biking skills, explore the trails by horseback or swim in a local lake. There are a variety of options for lodging, dining, nightlife and entertainment. Some bars offer casinos, live music and fun special events year round. Various affordable lodging options for campers, RVs, and in motels, cabins and historic lodges make the area your basecamp for the adventure of a lifetime

The northwest corner of Montana is home to more than alpine summits presiding over glacial carved valleys. Travellers will find small towns full of friendly locals sharing the unexpected and even maybe their huckleberry pie. Farmers' markets abound and funky festivals connect visitors to culture and history.

Whether you're looking for a relaxing weekend jaunt, a complete cultural experience or a small-town rodeo, authentic Montana communities offer it all. Big Sky Country is ready to explore and enjoy.