7 Natural Wonders In Montana That Are Absolutely Magical After It Snows

We’re so lucky we get to experience all four seasons here in Montana. Admittedly, winter does often feel like the longest seasons—but that’s because the snow tends to come early and stay late. Luckily, many of our natural wonders actually look even better dusted with snow. These are a few of our favorite snow-capped spots.

During these uncertain times, please keep safety in mind and consider adding destinations to your bucket list to visit at a later date.

Where do you like to go to play in the Montana snow?

Address: Makoshika State Park Road, Makoshika State Park Rd, Glendive, MT 59330, USA
Address: Beartooth Highway, Beartooth Hwy, Red Lodge, MT, USA
Address: Grotto Falls, Montana 59047, USA
Address: Ousel Falls, Big Sky, MT 59730, USA
Address: Rimrocks, Billings, MT 59101, USA
Address: Flathead Lake, Montana, USA
Address: Lake McDonald, Montana 59936, USA