Montana Travel and Tourism on Travel Notes
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Tourist Information with links to official
travel and tourism websites and state
resources for visitors to Montana.
Montana is also known as the Treasure State, due to the importance
of mining in the state.
The state capital of Montana is Helena.
About Montana -
Find out more about Montana before you travel there.
The Historic District, around Last Chance Gulch, was where gold
was discovered shortly after the founding of Helena in 1864.
The State Capitol, completed in 1902, has a copper-clad dome with a
copy of the Statue of Liberty.
The Lewis and Clark expedition carried their boats around the
falls in 1805.
Today the Lewis and Clark Interpretative Center uses the Missouri
River as a backdrop to their two storey exhibition on the expedition.
Montana comes from the Spanish word for mountain and
was first applied to the territory in 1864.
States neighbouring Montana are:
South Dakota and
North Dakota. Montana also borders
Montana By Air:
Sightseeing tours from various airstrips around northern Montana. The month of September
is the best time to visit. The crowds are gone and the weather can be beautiful.
Old Faithful is the most reliable of the Yellowstone geysers, with
eruptions occurring every 37 to 93 minutes, depending upon the duration of the previous
Yellowstone National Park:
The largest and oldest national park in the United States is best-known for its more than
3,000 geysers and hot springs.
A hearty welcome to the Big Sky Country.
Bozeman is the seat of Montana State University and Montana's
gateway to Yellowstone National Park and other tourist areas.
Glacier National Park
Scenic driving and wildlife viewing along the Going-to-the-Sun-Road.
You can't get lost.
The best time to visit Glacier National Park is either before July 4th
or after Labor Day. However, if you must visit during the height of Summer, as most people
do, try to visit on the weekdays as crowds are significantly lower.
Another tip is to visit
National Park earlier in the season (before late July), since all the snow and
waterfalls in the park at this time make for absolutely stunning scenery.
By Big Sky Fishing.
Little Big Horn
Little Big Horn National
Monument, formerly known as the Custer Battlefield National Monument, is 60 miles
south-east of Billings, off I90.
It was here, on June 25, 1876, that lieutenant colonel George
Armstrong Custer miscalculated the size of Crazy Horse's Sioux encampment and made his
last stand; falling to the ground with 264 of his men.
White stone graves mark where the US soldiers gave it their last.
Big Sky Fishing:
Anglers can research all major rivers and many lesser-known ones, obtaining helpful fly
fishing and floating information about each. An extensive photo gallery of each river and
lake is provided, allowing the visiting angler to better understand and visualise a
particular river or lake before planning their trip.
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