It’s been mayhem around here I tell you, mayhem!

But luckily for all of us (including this crazy-haired blond girl) it’s been the good kind of mayhem…or as we like to call it – “Media Mayhem.”

Over the last few months, Montana has garnered some stellar media coverage from several of our media colleagues and friends. And I can truthfully say, I enjoy reading each and every story. Thank you to the writers and publications that have been sharing our state with your readers…

And because we in turn want to share their stories, here are a few for your reading pleasure…

Delta Sky
“Located in the northwest corner of Montana is Glacier Country, a year-round tourist destination known for its abundant mountain chalets and ski resorts, blue-ribbon fishing and historic inns–and, not-to-be-missed, Glacier National Park.”

Winter Wonders in Western Montana
Spokesman-Review Awayfinder
“Winter is serious business in these parts…”

A skier at Whitefish Mountain Resort.

Backpacking Through Glacier National Park: Bears, Berries and Bliss
Austin American-Statesman
“I’ve traipsed around my neighborhood wearing a backpack weighted with books. I’ve tested socks, trying to find a pair that’ll stop blisters from forming on long hikes. I’ve shopped for freeze-dried meals. At last, I’m about to embark on a six-day trek through the backcountry of Glacier National Park.”

Montana Mystique
Horizon Air
“The Northern Rockies tower above Western Montana, and deep valleys attest to massive ice fields that melted thousands of years ago, leaving the area dotted with crystalline-blue lakes.”

Glacier National Park

A Girlfriend Getaway in Glacier Country
“At Latitude 48, a hip little bistro in Whitefish, Montana, I sat on a high-top stool overlooking an open kitchen. The kitchen was staffed by five hunky men doing their best to keep up with the orders coming in from the packed dining room.”
Kayaking the Clark Fork River.

Winter Travel Pleasures, Montana Style
“I had my first cheese burger in paradise, but it was in the depth of a Montana winter where it was served, far away from Jimmy Buffet and all of that tropical stuff.”

Happy reading. 🙂

January 7, 2011

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