Six Charming Small Towns to Visit in Montana

Six Charming Small Towns to Visit in Montana

Big Timber, Montana –Situated between Bozeman and Billings, this town of 1,653 people maintain the historic feeling of their town while welcoming visitors for adventures in the Crazy and Absaroka-Beartooth mountains as well as fishing, camping, and other outdoor...
Hike Montana’s Wild and Scenic Trails

Hike Montana’s Wild and Scenic Trails

Image by skeeze at Pixabay Hiking is one way to enjoy off-the-beaten-path scenery in Montana.  Mountains, lakes, and prairies all offer adventures for the hiking enthusiast. Here is a sampling of some of the less traveled trails. Ross Creek Cedars Scenic Area,...
Mouthwatering Foods Along the Way

Mouthwatering Foods Along the Way

Montana is famous for all kinds of great food and specialty restaurants from diners of the 50s to ethnic foods and traditional pioneer foods.  Take a look at some of those specialties below.  It’s impossible to highlight every great eatery, but wherever you go in...
Hidden Gems of Montana

Hidden Gems of Montana

Off the beaten path and away from the popular tourist destinations, you’ll find some really spectacular places to visit and spend some quality time. Yaak Valley Often described as “heaven on earth”, the Yaak Valley in the northwest corner of Montana is located in the...
Beautiful Montana Gardens.

Beautiful Montana Gardens.

If you love flowers and seeing spectacular homes and gardens, you’ll want to plan to stop by these beauties on your way through Montana.  You can even plan a whole trip around visiting gardens. Memorial Rose Garden Park, Missoula You’ll see 600 plus roses in this...
The Lewis and Clark Expedition.

The Lewis and Clark Expedition.

Follow Lewis and Clark’s Travels Through Montana. Shortly after the Louisiana Purchase in 1803, President Thomas Jefferson commissioned the expedition known as the Corps of Discovery to explore the vast area that extended the United States more than half way...