Montana November 08, 2017
13 Things To Do In Montana When You Thought You’ve Done Everything
Montana may be a massive state, but if you live here long enough, you may start to feel like you’ve done it all. Save this list for those days when you need a reminder that the Treasure State is full of amazing places to explore.
1. Take a trip to Kootenai Falls and cross the
The views from the bridge (which is only a little scary) are beautiful.
2. Spend a night in Montana's Hobbit House near Trout Creek.
Shire of Montana
is the work of two Lord of the Rings fans, and it's incredibly unique (and a lot of fun).
3. Head to Butte and check out the Dumas Brothel Museum.
It's fascinating, it's haunted, and it's a one-of-a-kind adventure every Montanan should have.
4. See Montana's strangest phenomenon for yourself.
Montana Vortex and House of Mystery
in Columbia Falls is a popular stop for tourists on their way to Glacier National Park. It can also be a fun and interesting way for Montanans to spend an afternoon.
5. Spend the night in a treehouse...
6.... or this awesome fire lookout.
Werner Peak Lookout
is located about 23 miles from Whitefish, and there's really no better place to spend a summer night.
7. Visit one of
Montana's weirdest museums.
We've got a museum for just about everything here.
8. Visit the Garden of One Thousand Buddhas in Arlee.
is enchanting and the Buddhas are beautiful.
9. Enjoy a magical sleigh ride dinner.
10. Take a natural wonders road trip.
takes you to some of Montana's finest natural attractions.
11. Explore the northwest corner of the state.
Have you ever been to the
in the Kootenai National Forest? If not, put it on the bucket list for next spring.
12. Hike the Mystic Lake Trail.
Located in the Beartooth Mountains near Roscoe, the
Mystic Lake Trail
is a 5-mile trek that's especially beautiful in the fall.
13. Take the Havre Beneath the Streets tour.
Another way you can see Montana in a whole new light is by attending one of our