Montana doesn't disappoint. If you want sweeping vistas,
historic landmarks, or even a reenactment of Custer's
last stand, then this is the state to visit. Travel
along the path of Lewis and Clark or let the natural
wonder of Glacier National Park blow you away.
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With its Wild West heritage, it's no wonder Montana attracts tourists and boasts many places to stay. Before choosing your accommodations, be sure to check out these hotel reviews, ratings and room photos.
TOP 10 HONEYMOON HOTELS The Resort at Paws Up Relaxing in nature doesn't have to mean roughing it, especially if you choose to snuggle up in Tent City at this bucolic Rocky Mountain resort. Tents come with luxe linens, art on the walls and electricity. You can also celebrate your love in a historic farmhouse or former hayloft.
COME SEE OLD FAITHFUL Yellowstone
referred to as the place where "hell bubbles up,"
this park was created by a massive volcanic eruption
about 640,000 years ago. Yellowstone was the world's
first national park and also claims the world's largest
active volcano: Old Faithful. Enjoy Yellowstone National
Park in all its gurgling, groaning glory.
the Montana cold in the warm, inviting dining room where
you can enjoy a variety of steaks from wild game to
The Murray Hotel
Buffalo Bill slept here, and so can you! The owners of the Murray Hotel claim the legendary showman and Calamity Jane are among the guests who have stayed here since the historic hotel opened in 1904. Today's visitors still enjoy an authentic Western experience — with modern amenities and a gourmet restaurant.
10 WILD WEST RANCHES
63 Ranch Dating
back to 1863, The 63 Ranch was the first dude ranch in
Montana to be declared a National Historic Monument. It
straddles Mission Creek Canyon on the border of Gallatin
National Forest, fifty miles north of Yellowstone National
Park, and has been family run since 1929.
credit: Donnie Sexton/Travel Montana.
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