Montana, USA Travel Guide
Montana, Wildflowers at Logan Pass, Montana
Author: Wing-Chi Poon (Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 Unported)
Principal Cities of Montana
- Billings (106,000)
Largest city in Montana, and largest metropolitan area between Denver and Calgary.
- Bozeman (40,000)
Fourth largest city in Montana.
- Butte (34,000)
County seat of Silver Bow County.
- Cut Bank (3,100)
Small town in Glacier County.
- Dillon (3,800)
Small town in Beaverhead County.
- Glendive (4,700)
Small town in Dawson County.
- Great Falls (57,000)
City named after the five waterfalls of the Lewis and Clark Expedition.
- Havre (9,600)
Town in Hill County.
- Helena (30,000)
State capital of Montana.
- Kalispell (14,500)
Gateway to Glacier National Park.
- Livingston (6,900)
City north of Yellowstone National Park.
- Missoula (69,000)
Second largest city in Montana.
- Three Forks (1,700)
Small town considered the source of the Missouri River.
- Whitefish (5,000)
City with ski resort in Flathead County.
Places of Interest in Montana
These are arranged in alphabetical order
- Big Hole National Battlefield
- Flathead Valley
National Parks of Montana
- Glacier National Park
- Yellowstone National Park
National Monuments in Montana
- Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument
- Pompeys Pillar National Monument
- Upper Missouri River Breaks National Monument
UNESCO World Heritage Sites in Montana
- Yellowstone National Park (1978)
- Waterton Glacier International Peace Park Canada/USA (1995)