From the plains of eastern Montana to the western mountains, Montana's sky sets a stage of dramatic proportions. Jagged peaks, soothing plains and open space form an unforgettable landscape
Glacier National Park, located in the north-west corner of Montana is the 'Crown of the North American Continent'. To hikers, it is the United States' foremost trail park. To wildlife watchers, it provides privileged views of mountain goats and bighorn sheep, grizzly bears and gray wolves. To everyone who holidays in Montana, it is a place of natural beauty and majesty.
To the south, Montana has three separate gateways into Yellowstone, the world’s first national park, a unique place of geological wonders, hugely varied animal life and superb landscapes. Montana is also home to the Little Big Horn and Flathead Lake, the largest in the USA, west of the Mississippi.
Between these two world treasures lie national wildlife refuges, recreation areas, battlefields, gold camps, ghost towns and state parks that feature Montana's natural, historic and recreational attractions. The spacious, unspoiled environment supports species as rare as the grizzly bear and bald eagle, along with an abundance of elk, deer, moose, mountain goats, bighorn sheep, waterfowl and songbirds.