This Stunning Video Will Take You On A "Big Sky Journey" Through Yellowstone National Park
It’s hard to deny that Yellowstone is one of the most beautiful natural wonders in the United States, making it an exciting national park to visit in Montana. It is one of the largest national parks in the United States and the first one ever created!
A favorite spot for both American and international tourists, the park is a place for those wishing to immerse themselves in the incredible scenic beauty and enjoy some of the best hiking trails in the state.
This stunning video “Big Sky Journey,” shot in Yellowstone and Paradise Valley, Montana by videographer David Holloway, shows off some of the highlights around this amazing place! While it is only a little over three minutes long, this live-action piece of Holloway’s travels through the area makes you crave to see Big Sky Country in person. Let’s start the “Big Sky Journey.”
To see more of videographer David Holloway’s beautiful work, check out this amazing video of Edisto Island in South Carolina, or his “Day On The Range” in Utah. Or read more about a national park to visit in Montana. You’ll find the park activities some of the best things to do outside in Montana.
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Where is another one of the best state parks in Montana?
Giant Springs State Park welcomes the entire family and friends to enjoy its unique geologic features and a wide variety of recreational activities. It was first recorded by the Lewis and Clark Expedition in 1805 and remains one of the largest freshwater springs in the U.S. It is located just outside of Great Falls and on about 14 miles of Missouri River shoreline offering birdwatching, fishing, boating, picnicking, biking, and hiking along the park’s 30+ miles of paved and dirt single-track trails. The trails are part of the 60-mile River’s Edge Trail System.
Where is another one of the best hiking trails in Montana?
Take the Red Rock Falls Trail in Glacier National Park, a 3.6-mile out-and-back easy route near Siyeh Bend, Montana. The elevation change on the hike is only 236 feet. It starts from the Swiftcurrent Pass Trailhead at the far end of the parking area for the Swiftcurrent Motor Inn at the end of Many Glacier Road. The trail mostly travels under the forest shade, however, there are many opportunities for outstanding mountain views in the open areas along the way.
What is another thing to do outside in Montana?
The Garden of One Thousand Buddhas, located in Arlee, Montana, sits in a peaceful valley near Glacier National Park and medicinal hot springs in the land of the Confederated Salish and Kootenai Tribes of the Flathead Reservation. The sacred pilgrimage site and Buddhist center was a prophetic vision Sang-ngag Rinpoche as a child. Rinpoche is founder and spiritual director of Ewam International Centers around the world, an outstanding meditation master, and scholar. His vision of the garden led him to Montana to build the Garden of One Thousand Buddhas. This fantastic public park and beautiful botanical garden aligns positive properties of the physical world in a sacred architectural arrangement based on the Dharma wheel.