Virginia City (Montana)

Every place has an essence of its own, each building has a story to tell, and all the roads have witnessed history come into action. The modern-day ghost town of Virginia City is the perfect place for those who like to dwell in the unknown. Virginia City in Madison County,

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Hungry Horse Dam (Montana)

Hungry Horse Dam Have you ever visited a new place and thought, “Wow!”?  When passing through Montana, Hungry Horse Dam is one of those places. Hungry Horse is what legends are made of – a pair of prodigal horses breaking loose from the pack just before the first significant snowfall

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Astonishing Views Along the Famous Going-to-the-Sun Road

Hikers and nature-lovers alike are always on a quest for great views – the road upon which one can truly appreciate Mother Nature. Very few paths seem to fulfill these aspirations like the Going-to-the-Sun Road in Montana. This 50-mile long, scenic mountain road boasts breathtaking scenery and stunning views. With

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Golf Courses in Montana – Part 2

Welcome to Part 2 of our Montana golf course list – if you haven’t seen Part 1, click here. Don’t forget, competitive green fees and affordable lodging are a perfect combination for your next golf vacation. Wolf Point Airport Golf Club Type: Private 9 Hole: Yes Yards: 3267 Par: 36

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Golf Courses in Montana – Part 1

Golfing in Montana is a unique delight. Stunning forestry and mountainous backdrops coupled by comfortable temperatures can bring out your best game. Competitive green fees and affordable lodging are a perfect combination for your next golf vacation. In no particular order, enjoy Part 1 of our Montana golf course list.

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Best Time to Visit Glacier National Park

Although Glacier Park is open year-round, certain facilities in the park may be closed due to seasonal weather conditions, primarily snowfall. That doesn’t mean winters are boring, in fact, the snow-covered landscapes are stunning and there’s still plenty to do. Deciding on the best time to visit Glacier Park depends

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Glacier Park Activity Guide (2020)

Although Glacier National Park is known for it’s exquisite hiking adventures, the Park and surrounding area offer a multitude of other activities, for all ages. There are many guided activities including; narrated bus tours, boat tours, ranger led day hikes, and whitewater rafting trips among the choices. You can also

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Glacier National Park Winter Activities

Just because summer is over doesn’t mean you can’t enjoy Glacier National Park. A couple of the more popular Glacier National Park Winter Activities are cross-country skiing and snowshoeing. For those after a more challenging Glacier Park winter activity, mountain climbing may be for you. Whatever activity you like, and

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Glacier National Park (West Side Versus East Side)

When visiting Glacier National Park, the biggest decision many travelers face is which side of the park to stay on, West or East. Each region of Glacier Park is unique with plenty of activities on both sides, this article will cover some of those sights and activities. Glacier National Park

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Glacier National Park Wildflowers – Part II

Can you identify these Glacier National Park Wildflowers? Hint: You can find the answers in a previous post on Glacier National Park Wildflowers In our first blog post on Glacier National Park Wildflowers, we talked about some of the more popular and easier to find Wildflowers. In this blog post,

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