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Montana yields some of the most stunning views found in the country, and this fall, you’ll have a chance to check those out, plus explore an impressive list of must-see events, festivals, and more. From Whitefish all the way out east to Sidney – and everything in between – Montana yields treasures unlike no other.
While some know it as Big Sky Country, and others will insist it’s the Treasure State, Montana should no doubt be on your list of must-explore destinations. During the late fall, and no doubt into winter, the Whitefish Mountain Ski Area will be abuzz with snowboarders, skiers, and ‘tubers.
Before the snow hits at Whitefish Mountain, check out their Double Dip Downhill 2016 event on September 17th, arguably the premier mountain-bike race of the year. All events at this year’s Double Dip Downhill start at 10 a.m., and you can make the short drive in from nearby Kalispell.
You’ll no doubt have plans to visit Bozeman. One of the larger cities in the state, Bozeman is the seat of Gallatin County, is intersected by Interstate 90, and is just minutes north of Gardiner. Visit Bozeman on October 6th and make your way to The Filling Station concert venue to see Sean Hayes live on stage. His eclectic, low-fi/folk/R&B sounds start at 9 p.m.
Though many might know him for his many rock albums, Andrew W.K. will be on Bozeman this fall as a motivational speaker. Visit The Eagles Lodge Ballroom on October 7th at 9 p.m. and experience W.K.’s lecture “The Power of Partying.”
Billings, east of Bozeman at the confluence of I-90 and Interstate 94, is another premier city in Montana, and this fall, it proves extraordinarily inviting. Billings is home to exceptional attractions – don’t miss out on a fall hike through Pictograph Cave State Park, and the Montana Pro Rodeo Hall & Wall of Fame is a must-visit.
One of the most ideal spots in Billings for events, expos, fairs, and more is MetraPark. Visit MetraPark over November 12th and 13th for the annual Holiday Food & Gift Festival. During the same time period at MetraPark, you’ll also want to explore Huff’s Antique Show & Sale.
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2016 First Friday Missoula
North Higgins Avenue in Missoula hosts an evening culture, arts, gallery openings, shops specials, and more. It all gets underway at 5 p.m. on the first Friday of each month.
2016 Last Chance Community PowWow
An annual cultural event at Lewis and Clark County Fairgrounds in Helena. This is very family friend.
An annual heritage festival held in Missoula at Caras Park featuring food, music, and other traditonal Bavarian treats. It all begins at 2 p.m.
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2016 Fall Family Fest
Tons of tradional games and activities perfect for the whole family. It's held at Giant Springs Heritage State Park in Great Falls, starting at 1 p.m.