As one of the least populated states in the country and a name derived from the Spanish word for mountains, wide open spaces are a luxury in Montana. Come explore why this outdoor wonderland has been called the "last best place on Earth."

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Ski Heaven

With annual snowfalls often in excess of 400 inches and 16 different ski areas ranging in size, Montana is also home to the Biggest Skiing in America—the largest skiable terrain in The United States. And no lift lines.

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Yellowstone National Park

Old Faithful anyone? America’s first designated national park is chock full of geysers, waterfalls, hiking, camping and wildlife—bears, elk, moose, wolves, bison, you name it. Yellowstone County is home to three of the five entrances, including the park’s only vehicular-access winter entrances.

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Glacier National Park

Forests, alpine meadows, spectacular lakes, abundant wildlife, and, of course, glaciers. It is one of the most scenic drives in the U.S. with the Going-to-the-Sun Road.

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Unspoiled Nature

It’s called Big Sky Country because, well, the sky just feels bigger and the views, sweeping vistas and towering mountains, seem more expansive. And it’s still intact, know to many as “The Last Best Place.”

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Cross Country Skiing

The Nordic Ski Capitol of North America, Montana has millions of acres of cross-country ski terrain on wide-open public lands with spectacular scenery. Glide and shoosh your way across to the state under the Big Sky.

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The Sturgis of the snowmobiling world, whether you’re cruise through Yellowstone passing snow-covered bison on a guided tour or cruising down the street in West Yellowstone, snowmobiling in Montana is a ride to remember.

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Fun for the Whole Family

There’s something for everyone, from skiing and fishing adventures to spa days and shopping. Kids activities are endless, and there’s no better way to get them unplugged than a visit to Montana.

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Genuine Experiences, Genuine People

The people in Montana tend to have a more laid back attitude, known for being genuine and authentic, but not old fashioned. They’re helpful and passionate about where they live, and happy to help visitors make their visit one to remember.

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Legendary Fly Fishing

Anglers come to Montana to experience the blue-ribbon trout rivers, pristine mountain lakes and endless views. Knowledgeable fly fishing guides abound, just like the trout populations.

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Outdoor Adventures

Downhill and Nordic skiing, snowmobiling, dog sledding, sleigh rides, ziplines, fishing, whitewater rafting, hiking, national parks…if you’re looking for adventure, you’ve come to the right place.