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Montana , United States


Destinations in Montana (6)

  • Montana's Custer Country

    Montana's Custer Country: In most Americans’ minds, “Custer Country” resounds with images of Lt. Col. George Armstrong Custer’s ill-fated 'Last Stand' at the Battle of the Little Bighorn on June 25, 1876. But Custer Country has...

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  • Montana's Glacier Country

    Montana's Glacier Country, the name given the mountain landscape of western Montana, celebrates the glaciers that once overlayed it. When the ice sheets retreated, roughly 20,000 years ago, they left U-shaped valleys shouldered...

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  • Montana's Gold West Country

    Montana's Gold West Country. The name says it all. The chunk of real estate squeezed between the Gallatins and the Bitterroots taps a rich vein of mountain country. Gold rush ghost towns drowsing amid hazy memories bring the...

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  • Montana's Yellowstone Country

    Montana's Yellowstone Country takes its name from the slim slice of Yellowstone National Park lying within Montana. Most of the park is in Wyoming. Yellowstone Country is a compact chunk of Montana spiced with forested mountains...

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