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Arts & Culture

No artist can help but be inspired by the beauty of Big Sky Country! Consequently, the state attracts numerous artists of all types. You'll find art galleries, theaters, cultural spots and gatherings for the performing arts throughout the state. For more information on the many festivals, gatherings, galleries and must-see cultural spots click here.


If you're looking for legendary trout fishing, Montana is the place to be! Montana is an angler's dream come true, sporting some of the best fishing in the country. Nothing compares to a float down the Madison or Yellowstone rivers, or wading in the magical waters of the Boulder, Smith, Stillwater or Missouri rivers. For more information on fishing in Montana click here.


Whether it's upland birds, waterfowl, or big game—elk, mountain goat, sheep, mule-deer, antelope, bear and more, Montana provides something for every type of hunter. The diverse terrain of the state creates habitat for a broad range of animals and birds with some of the most scenic hunts in the country. For more information on hunting in Montana click here.

Hiking & Biking

There is no shortage of places to hike in Montana! With over 77 mountain ranges and some of the best known national parks in the nation—Yellowstone National Park and Glacier National Park, and numerous wilderness areas, your choices are limitless. For more information on hiking and backpacking in Montana click here.


If you're a golfer, you are in for a big treat. Montana sports some of the best golf courses with over 70 courses throughout the state. For more information on golfing courses in the state click here. And we'll let you in on a little secret—Big Timber has one of the nicest public courses, attracting golfers from across the state.

Winter Sports

There is nothing more pristine than winter in Montana! Fresh snow in the mountains brings out the snow enthusiast, be it snowmobiling through Yellowstone Park, skiing in one of the many cross-country or downhill slopes, snowshoeing, or even dog-sledding! And if you want to experience all that the change in season brings to Big Sky Country, but aren't up to downhill anymore, we suggest a snow coach tour through the park. For more info on enjoying winter in Montana and ski conditions click here.

Horseback Riding

Enjoy a week long pack trip high into the wilderness above the tree line, or take a day trip along the sparkling waters of a near-by stream at the foot of a majestic mountain range. Whatever your pleasure, Montana has it all when it comes to horseback riding experiences. And if you want to experience life on a working cattle ranch and try your hand at cowboying, why not stay at one of the many dude and guest ranches sprinkled throughout the state. For more info on horseback riding experiences in Montana click here. And here's the best way to check out the many ranch vacations available-- click here.

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If you don't know where you're going, that is probably where you'll end up.

Montana, Land of the Shining Mountains, with a land area of 145,552 square miles, ranks fourth in area, but 44th in population in the United States. It is 630 miles long and 255 miles wide. The topography of the state ranges from prairies to mountains – The Rocky Mountain Range – and is home to the Yellowstone River which is the longest undammed free-flowing river in North America.



We don't sell climate... it goes with the purchase of the land.

Montana, The Big Sky Country, has considerable variation in its geography and therefore its climate is equally varied. The state tends to be warm and dry during the summer months but the nights almost invariably are cool and pleasant. Average temperatures range from 84.5* F in July to 28* F in January. Montana's cold winters are frequently broken by warm, windy spells known as Chinook winds. The heaviest snowfall is from November to March and rainfall is generally light with most falling between May, June and July. Of notable interest is that the lilac blooms in the state usually signal the beginning of the vegetative growth season.



A little kingdom I possess, where thoughts and feelings dwell; and very hard the task I find of governing it well.

Montana, the Treasure State, was admitted to the Union in 1889. The state legislature is made up of a Senate and a House and convenes only on odd numbered years and for 90-day periods. The second and current constitution enacted in 1972 placed more responsibility on the individual voter and made significant strides to protect Montana's environment. Montana was the first state to elect a female member of Congress – Jeannette Rankin – and one of the first states to give women voting rights.


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