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Outdoor Montana: Summer
Hiking, Riding, & Splashing in Big Sky Country
Montana Fly Fishing
Big adventure awaits in Big Sky Country this summer. Whether you’re looking to hit the trials, the raft, or the saddle, Montana has hundreds of outdoor adventures available to visitors and residents alike.
Find yourself hiking through the million-acre Glacier National Park – home to portions of the Continental Divide National Scenic Trail and Pacific Northwest National Scenic Trail.
Visitors of southwestern Montana may trek through Yellowstone National Park on ranger-led or self-guided hikes, or explore Gallatin National Forest for Coffin Lake Trail and Red Canyon Trail.
Travelers can even stroll through historic sites like Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument and the Lewis & Clark National Historic Trail Interpretive Center.
You can also splash your way across Montana. Look forward to aquatic adventures like whitewater rafting, fly fishing, and sliding through water parks. Hit one of three, three-story waterslides at Splash Montana Water Park, or cast out for trout in Three Forks at Missouri Headwaters State Park – a U.S. National Historic Landmark set in Lewis & Clark Country.
Now grab your life vest, and make your way to Gardiner for quick access to the Yellowstone River and whitewater rafting.
Montana also encompasses hundreds of trails perfect for mountain biking and horseback riding. Ride your way through the Rattlesnake National Recreation Area & Wilderness near Missoula, or pedal along scenic bike routes like the Highwoods Mountain Loop and Elkhorn Mine Trail.
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