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Montana Travel Guide
Derived from the Spanish word for mountain, Montana is known for the vast mountain ranges that run across its otherwise prairie topography. Unofficially nicknamed “Big Sky Country ” and “The Treasure State,” Montana is a perfect place to enjoy the great outdoors and get some time away from big-city noise. Vacation rentals and lodging accommodations are available throughout the state in small rural communities and larger urban centers.

For a unique experience with nature, don’t pass up the opportunity to visit the national parks situated in Montana. Glacier National Park is located along the Canadian border and includes parts of two sub ranges of the Rocky Mountains, over a hundred lakes and several hundred species of animals. The park’s region is known as the “Crown of the Continent Ecosystem” and is very close to being pristine. One of the more unique sights at the park is the Chief Mountain, an isolated peak on the eastern boundary. Thrust out above landscape around it, the mountain has been the source of much interest dating back to the indigenous populations of North America and is now a favored climbing spot.

If you’re planning on getting a condo rental accommodation in Montana, don’t forget about the other world-class natural destination, Yellowstone National Park. Southeast of its Glacier counterpart, this nature preserve is widely believed to be the first national park in the world and is home to, among other geological features, the Old Faithful Geyser. Hundreds of plants and animals reside in the area, making wildlife watching a great activity at the park.

If you’re interested in the arts, don’t miss the chance to check out the Beall Park Art Center and the Artspace community situated in Bozeman and Billings respectively. For an exhilarating experience on the water, consider the 10,000 Waves Raft and Kayak Adventure. Jump into an eight-person raft or a single seat kayak and let the professional river masters take you on a white-water rapids trip you won’t soon forget. Headquartered in Missoula, the company offers adventures on the Blackfoot, Bitterroot and Clark Fork rivers. Vacation rentals in the state give ample opportunity to get out and enjoy the fresh air.

Not only is Montana known for its wild and exotic nature scenery and topography, but for the great festivals that go on all through its region. Bitterroot Scottish Irish Festival is an event steeped in history and family fun. Head to the Daly Mansion grounds, the reputed birthplace of Hamilton and get ready for a weekend charged with Celtic music, bagpipes and highland games. If you can’t get enough tunes, Blues Fest in Virginia City is the place for you. The three day festival takes place in August, promising a great cultural experience. Among other events are the Big Sky Polka Festival and the River City Roots Fest. Exciting events are always nearby when you rent a vacation rental accommodation in Montana.

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  • Our unit is located on the west side of scenic

    Our unit is located on the

    Glacier Park: Lodge
    • 3 BDR
    • 2 BA
    • Sleeps 12
    • #16771
    avg $185 USD/night Pet Friendly
    Our unit is located on the west side of scenic Glen Lake in a heavily wooded, very secluded and private area. Large windows face Glen Lake giving a spectacular view of the lake and opposite shore. Included in this view are mountains that rise up from the east shore of Glen Lake. Part of your view also includes Therriault Pass. Located at the top of this mountain range, it is a large glacially formed U-shaped pass. Years ago a glacier swept through this pass and down into the valley below where is scoured out the lake bed of Glen Lake. As the glacier receded the waters filled this basin and formed Glen Lake. Glen Lake is a picture perfect mountain lake. It is about 1 mile across and 2 miles long. Periodically you may spot an Osprey or Bald Eagle doing some fishing. Frequently, Whitetail Deer will be seen in the front yard feeding in the morning. We have also seen elk and moose on occasion, but deer are very common. Our Lodge is situated on a 1 acre wooded lot located about 100 yards up a slope from Glen Lake. The lodge construction is called post and beam. The frame of the house was built using huge Engelmann Spruce logs (26 inches to 38 inches in diameter) from Prince George, Canada. All the ceilings are constructed from tongue-and-groove pine planking. The walls between the logs are sheetrock. The massive logs give the Lodge a majestic look and feel and the sheetrock adds a clean and finished appearance. This is truly a very unique and beautiful structure. Construction of our unit was completed in the fall of 2002.
  • The condominium sits high above resort street

    The condominium sits high

    Big Sky: Skycrest Condos: Condo in a complex
    • 2 BDR
    • 2 BA
    • Sleeps 8
    • #41815
    avg $235 USD/night Credit Card
    The condominium sits high above resort street level offering panoramic views of Big Sky Ski & Summer Resort, Spanish Peaks and Lone Mountain. The Owner feels that it is the best view at the resort. Evening fireworks at the resort are spectacular from the unit. This unit offers a spacious open floor plan with 2 adjacent living room areas, with large dining room table in between. The deck off the main living room offers spectacular panoramic view of the entire Big Sky Resort and Lone Peak Mountain. Rock fire place has wood provided. A gas BBQ is located one level down. Access to health club, outdoor swimming pool and hot tubs is also available.
  • When You Close Your Eyes and Think of Paradise

    When You Close Your Eyes

    Big Sky: Skycrest Condos: Apartment
    • 4 BDR
    • 3 BA
    • Sleeps 8
    • #96402
    avg $365 USD/night  
    When you close your eyes and think of paradise, some may see a beach scene, others the mountains. For those who like mountains, there are few as spectacular as Lone Peak at Big Sky, Montana. Our accommodation is spacious, nearly 2,800 square feet of living space. The living room has a 28 foot ceiling with a 12 foot wide stone fireplace, and windows that look out over Lake Lavinsky, the Mountain Village and Lone Mountain Peak. After a day of skiing, fishing or golfing, enjoy yourself on the deck with a panoramic view and watch the beautiful sunset over Lone Peak and then view the spectacular stars in the "Big Sky." Or, sit by the fire and enjoy the crackling wood burning fireplace, while you read, listen to music or watch TV. Our home is beautifully decorated with original art, faux painting, and a growing library. We have a growing library, dining room, spacious kitchen, two TV areas, as well as moving and games, we also have a private jacuzzi room. We are ten minutes to the lifts on the shuttle bus. Our building has a heated garage in the basement and an elevator to take you to our 3rd floor apartment. There are hotel carts to simplify moving in and out. We look forward to hearing from you.
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