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.
There are lots of things to do in Three Forks, MT. We found the best place to mountain bike, hike, learn about the past, and have a beer.
Looking for things to do in Belgrade, MT? Grab your helmet, backpack and stein and join us on a bike, hike, and brew triathlon.
All the things to know when planning your Smith River float in Montana are here: when to go, how to float the Smith, what to bring.
Montana State Parks you can’t miss on the Yellowstone to Glacier National Park Drive: Sluice Boxes, Giant Springs, and First Peoples Buffalo Jump.
There are so many things to do in Gardiner, Montana in summer in this article. And how to navigate crowds at Yellowstone’s North Entrance.
In this guide to the best Montana State Parks, I cover my favorite spots to recreate, camp, swim, learn about history and more.
Visiting Montana State Parks in winter is a magical and educational experience. Here’s how to visit Bannack State Park and three others.
Are you looking for a outdoorsy and cozy Montana winter vacation? Skiing, hot springs, waterfalls, and tasty eats are all part of this Montana vacation based out of White Sulphur Springs.
Everything you need to know to visit Red Lodge, Montana in winter: where to stay, play, and eat from an insider.
Wondering what things to do in Cooke City – Silver Gate, Montana? I share some of my favorite ways to play, where to stay, and enjoy the quiet side of Yellowstone.