The northern edge of Yellowstone is in Montana, and you roam the western side of the state in a trip to Glacier National Park. Along the way find ghost towns, big skies and hot springs.
You'll find everything from spirits and sapphires to ghost towns and river canyons. Here are our top picks for places to stop in southwest Montana.
Pull over at these great sites lining the road from Missoula to Glacier National Park including the best food, where to jump in the water and places to watch wildlife.
Northeast of Yellowstone, find a brewery district, gluten-free pancakes and Old West charm in Billings, Mont., A city of 110,000.
The town of West Yellowstone sits right at the West Entrance to Yellowstone. Here are the top 7 ways to avoid the park’s crowds and see the best of the area.
Born next to a ski area, the town of Big Sky offers music, food and tons of trails under its piece of the enormous Montana sky.
Visit a pit mine, a giant statue, and a distillery, then dance at a signature event at this melting pot of friendly people between Yellowstone and Glacier national parks.
Visit Great Falls, Mont., to see C.M. Russell's gorgeous paintings and his log-cabin studio just north of Yellowstone.
Halfway between Yellowstone and Glacier national parks, this colorful town holds on to its western roots.
Big skies and big culture meet in these authentic Montana cowboy towns on the way to Yellowstone
This vibrant capital city, 3 hours north of Yellowstone, caters to mountain bikers and wine tasters.
Between Yellowstone and Glacier National Park, stay at this historic hotel beautifully remodeled to retain the classic design of the past.
From big game hunting to fishing, camping, biking, hiking and skiing, take advantage of the outdoor recreation opportunities in the beautiful Judith Basin.
This quaint town has attracted cowboys, ranchers, the rich and famous and artists enamored by the scenery for more than 100 years. Stop at these 4 places.
You’ll find one of the West’s most vibrant storytellers in Great Falls, Mont. and Lewis & Clark rivers to raft or walk.
You’ll find sapphires and a palace of sorts tucked into the gentle folding hillsides and valleys of this swath of southwestern Montana.
Unique, cool, hip, and serene, Missoula has the unparalleled natural beauty and cultural vibrancy to make your experience unforgettable.