John Steinbeck said, “I am in love with Montana. For other states, I have admiration, respect, recognition, even some affection, but with Montana it is love, and it’s difficult to analyze love when you’re in it.”
We couldn’t agree more. Montana is home and travel for us. We love nesting in our chosen town at the Original Gateway to Yellowstone National Park. And we love traversing the state–climbing mountains, floating rivers, wandering through small towns and large ones (by Montana standards), and getting to know the people that, combined with an astounding landscape, make this state great.
Montana is bigger than many of the countries we visit, so there is a lot to see here.
Wondering how to visit battlefields in Montana? And what happened in these battles between Native Americans and the U.S. Army?
So you want to see a part of Montana that most tourists miss? Our guide to things to do in Southeast Montana without the crowds is for you!
Wondering what to do in Billings, MT right now? What’s open, what’s safe, where to eat and play, and how you can still have fun!
Are you looking for best places in Montana off the beaten path? This itinerary details what to do, where to stay, and best places to eat.
Are you trying to figure out where to go on your Montana road trip? I have all the details for three Montana trips you will love!
Our visit to American Prairie Reserve in central Montana was filled with bike rides, hikes, and time spent connecting with each other and the prairie. Here’s everything you need to know to plan your own trip.
From the plains to the mountains, we have the best biking trails and best hiking trails for family fun in Montana.
Our favorite places in Montana to float, fish, swim, and paddle with a family. The best places for family-friendly watersports in Montana.
Explore the Middle Fork Judith River Wilderness Study Area while staying at the Judith Guard Station Forest Service Cabin.
How to rent a Forest Service cabin and what you need to think about when choosing a cabin to rent. I will share reviews of some of my favorite Montana cabins and a few private cabins and yurts, and how to make a hut-to-hut type trip using Forest Service cabins.