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    Montana, a state located in the Mountain West sub-region of the Western US, is an extremely beautiful vacation destination. Bordered by Idaho on the west; North Dakota and South Dakota on the east; Wyoming on the south; and by the Canadian provinces of Alberta, British Columbia, and Saskatchewan on the north, it has a health-giving climate. It boasts numerous mountain ranges, prairie terrain, badlands, and many other natural attractions. It is also famous for its local cuisines, adventures, and shopping opportunities. In terms of accommodations, various types of Montana vacation rentals—villas, condos, apartments, houses, cabins, and vacation homes—furnished with all the modern facilities and amenities are available at very affordable prices. These rentals also feature a private pool and are both kid-friendly and pet-friendly.

    Best Time to Visit Montana

    The best times to visit Montana are between June and August and between December and March. However, there are amazing things to see and experience in Montana year-round! The best time to visit depends entirely on what type of experience you’re looking for.

    How to Visit Montana? 

    Whether you are a local or international tourist, you can easily access Montana without much hustle and bustle. The chief airports located here are Bozeman Yellowstone International, Billings Logan International, Missoula International, and Glacier Park International. The local means of transportation include buses, cars, and taxis.

    Best Things to Do in Montana

    Montana boasts many places. Those that you should include in your bucket list include the following:

    Diving Deep into the Western Heritage Center: Another Billings attraction worth a visit is the Western Heritage Center. Housed in the old Parmly Billings Memorial Library built in 1901, the center features a diverse collection of more than 17,000 artifacts. Highlights include more than 6,000 photos covering the history and culture of the Yellowstone River region. Opened in 1971 and now affiliated with the Smithsonian Institution, the museum also houses a broad collection of materials focusing on the history of the Northern High Plains and Yellowstone River Valley.

    Paying Respects at the Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument: The Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument commemorates the 1876 clash between the US Army and Sioux and Cheyenne Indians. It is one of the best-known historical landmarks in the US – and one of the most important in terms of the reconciliation that has taken place since.

    Visiting Ross Creek Cedars Scenic Area: Ross Creek Cedars Scenic Area is a notable point of interest in Kootenai National Forest. This ancient grove is in the far northwest part of the state, near the border with the Idaho Panhandle. And within its approximately 100 acres, a tall world awaits. Some of the cedars in this scenic area have been growing for over 1,000 years. Today, visitors crane their necks at these long-living hardwoods along a 0.9-mile interpretive path.

    Indulging at the Sweet Palace in Philipsburg: In Phillipsburg, on the Pintler Veteran's Memorial Scenic Highway, the Sweet Palace is a candy lover's dream come true. Rows and rows of candy jars line this old-fashioned candy shop, offering all types of flavors and confectionary styles. Visitors add to their bags as their shopping, with most candies costing the same per pound.

    Visiting the Moss Mansion in Billings: One of the most important landmarks in Billings, the Moss Mansion Historic House Museum, is a large red sandstone manor that dominates its neighborhood. Renowned New York architect Henry Janeway Hardenbergh designed the 28-room mansion in 1903. His previous works included the Waldorf Astoria, Plaza, Willard, and Copley Plaza hotels.

    Driving the Beartooth Highway: The Beartooth Highway is in southwest Montana and leads into Wyoming. It is an All-American Road and a true marvel of engineering. Comparable to the Going-to-the-Sun Road in Glacier National Park, but less crowded, this 68-mile route switchbacks up and over a mountain pass for fantastic views. The route begins south of Red Lodge, one of Montana's best small towns. The road then climbs over 5,000 feet to reach Beartooth Pass on the other side of the Wyoming border.

    Spotting the Smelter Stack in Anaconda: Anaconda is a historic town in Western Montana, dating back to the copper mining days of the late 1800s. This history is on display throughout the town, including a preserved smelter stack towering on the horizon. Today, it's a vacation destination for its modern but rustic attractions and its easy access to the great outdoors.

    Feeling Inspired at the C.M. Russell Museum Complex: In Great Falls, the C.M. Russell Museum celebrates the life and work of famed US artist Charles M. Russell, perhaps best known as the Cowboy Artist. The museum includes numerous documents and artifacts relating to the artist's career spanning the end of the 19th and the early 20th centuries and an extensive collection of original paintings.

    Soaking in one of Montana's Hot Springs: Among its many natural features, Montana has several hot spring facilities that inspire a soak. Many of Montana's mainstream hot springs are developed, meaning it's usually a pool of some sort with natural hot water piped in. These hot springs vary in size and are mostly found in the state's western half.

    Go Underground at Lewis and Clark Caverns State Park: Lewis and Clark Caverns is between Butte and Bozeman. It's Montana's first state park and a popular spot to explore underground. And the only way to experience its depths is as part of a guided tour led by park staff. Three different tours are available during the summer that caters to different ability levels. And a special Winter Holiday Candlelight Tour occurs throughout the colder months.

    Booking of Accommodations in Montana 

    Rent By Host, one of the best Montana vacation rentals by the owner offers no-booking-fee vacation rentals in Montana at very affordable prices around the clock on a prompt basis. With it, you will be able to save up to 15 to 20% on booking fees. You can contact it anytime to book any of these vacation rentals for your comfortable accommodations.

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