Welcome to Montana
It’s not just the sky that’s big, but everything in Montana is just a little larger than life. The mountains seem just a touch taller, the valleys feel a smidge wider and the lakes are a bit longer than in other mountain states. The people who live here have known this for a while, and are perfectly happy to let everyone else flock to Colorado while they ski the legendary 'cold smoke' powder, fish blue-ribbon trout streams, and live quiet and peaceful lives surrounded by a gazillion microbreweries. Of course, they don’t mind if you come to explore the state’s hidden treasures, but they’d rather you didn’t stay too long. And, please don’t tell your friends about it.
The state’s draw-card site is Glacier National Park, but that relatively small region is really just an appetizer for Montana’s many natural wonders.