If someone who likes small towns and nature decides to move, Montana is the best choice. Bordered by four US states- Idaho, Wyoming, South Dakota, North Dakota- and Canada, Montana is a large state, located in North of America.
The majestic Rocky Mountains, the wide open prairies, and the clear winding rivers make Montana a vacation wonderland, attracted to visitors from around the world.
Here are some recommend destinations while you visiting Montana:
Glacier National Park is famous for its jagged snow-capped peaks, glacier-carved valleys, serene lakes, rushing rivers, and abundant wildlife. And, yes, even a handful of glaciers remain. A popular way to experience Glacier National Park is by traveling the Going-to-the-Sun Road, a steep, windy, amazingly-scenic route. To enhance the experience, visitors will find grand historic lodges and recreation options that range from easy to challenging. For travelers who prefer open-air tours, Glacier serves up more than 700 miles of trails for horses, bikes, and hikers; streams for fishing; and excellent locations for snowshoeing and cross-country skiing.
In the northwest near Moiese, the National Bison Range is a federal wildlife refuge managed by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service. A large variety of habitats are represented in this preserve, including wetlands, forests, streams and the predominant grassy Palouse Prairie. Part of the resident bison population freely roams the refuge while other bison are kept in enclosures where visitors can observe them closely. There also have lots of great Montana campgrounds and Montana RV camping resorts around these parts, many of which are open year round.
Yellowstone National Park in south central Montana, northwest Wyoming and east Idaho is the world’s first, and oldest, national park. The familiar landmark Old Faithful and the park’s 10,000 other geysers and hot springs are the fascinating cornerstones of the Yellowstone adventure. And there’s so much more to see and do all year long. Canyons, cliffs, mountains, valleys, lakes, waterfalls and wildflowers decorate Yellowstone’s 2.2 million acres. Antelope, trumpeter swans, elk, otters and eagles also share the wonders of Yellowstone National Park.
Fort Peck Lake Reservoir and Recreation Area is located on northeast Montana’s Missouri River near the town of Fort Peck. Boaters and anglers can’t lose at Fort Peck Lake, the state’s principal waterway. It’s a 134-mile-long lake with a maximum depth of 220 feet and 1,600 scenic miles of shoreline. As a swimming hole that accommodates 50 species of fish, Fort Peck Lake delivers crowd-pleasing catches like walleye, Chinook salmon, northern pike and smallmouth bass. And here’s another nice recreational bonus – Fort Peck’s reservoir is surrounded by the Charles M. Russell National Wildlife Refuge, a 1,000,000-acre haven that’s made to order for hiking, fishing and hunting.
Catching your opportunity and discovering a new land!