It would be hard to guess how many cowgirls and cowboys have stepped into the historic Montana Bar since it opened in 1908. This historic Miles City icon still has its original ornate Italian tile floor, cherry wood tables, original bar [which arrived by steamboat in 1912] and shiny gold 1914 cash register.
Near Glendive, explore trails at Makoshika State Park, Montana’s largest state park. You’ll discover badlands formations and stories of dinosaurs like the Triceratops that once inhabited the area. Or head to Medicine Rocks State Park - named by Native Americans who gathered among the sandstone pillars - where you'll find sacred Plains Indian rock art just 11 miles from Ekalaka.
Spend the night at the Castle Rock B&B in Colstrip for warm hospitality. Into fly fishing? Join owners Nick Forrester, a wildlife biologist, and Francine Forrester, an executive chef, at Forrester’s Bighorn River Resort in Fort Smith for excellent food, guiding and accommodations.
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