Historical Sites in Western Montana + Glacier National Park


Historical Sites Make a Date With the Past

Make a Date With the Past

Some say our history dates back to Lewis and Clark's voyage through Montana, while others say that going back 200 years is just dusting the surface. Montana's rich heritage is made up of American Indians, pioneers, settlers, miners, ranchers, bootleggers and trappers. Over the years, Montana grew as a territory for the strong-willed and iron hearted. While traveling through Big Sky Country, you'll find that our diverse history has created the Montana loved by many today.

Historical sites ranging from missions to fire lookouts can be found throughout the region.

Glacier National Park: Raft. Hike. Fish. Bike. Stay.

Let experienced guides show you the park's pristine rivers and scenic trails. Regularly scheduled and custom rafting, hiking and fishing trips available, plus biking tours on the jaw-dropping Going-to-the-Sun Road.

News from Glacier National Park Currently, 12.5 miles of the Going-to-the-Sun Road are open for travel.

Connect With Glacier Country

Celebrate our Tribal Nations: Pow Wows and Events in Western Montana

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Discover Western Montana's Hot Springs

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