The Official Western Montana Travel & Tourism Blog
Montana Talent + Sweet Skis
It’s time to put my bragging pants on: I have the pleasure of knowing some great people here in Montana. Folks who are talented, smart, nice and funny. One such person: my friend Collin. Not only is he kind of ridiculously smart, outdoorsy and cool (as in he makes me look like an even bigger nerd than I already am), but he is hands-down one of the nicest gentlemen in the state of Montana.
A (Montana) Valentine’s Getaway for Your Love
Well, the holiday that you’ve all been waiting for is (nearly) here: Valentine’s Day! While there is much discussion over the intense love and hate relationship with the holiday itself, this messy-haired girl has always been a fan of it. And while it’s a day that’s commercially deemed for lovers, it’s so much more than that.
A Montana Haven: Writing Retreats
You guys. Sometimes there are really cool things that I need to tell you about. And sometimes those things are related to a treasure that’s discovered on Montana’s backroads, while other times it’s about a perfect day spend in Glacier National Park. Well today, it’s actually neither of those things.
May in Montana: Farmers Markets
The arrival of May means one thing in Montana. The season of farmers markets is upon us. And this girl is a firm believer in the fact that strolling through a local farmers market is one of the best ways to experience a community’s culture and some of the best of what they have to offer. […]
A (Romantic) Getaway to Whitefish, Montana
By now you’ve likely seen or heard that Montana–the beauty that she is–made her primetime debut on “The Bachelor” this week. (In case you missed it, you can watch it here). And I’ll tell you what, she looked lovely. It’s like the old girl just gets better with age. And now, thanks to the lovelies […]
Falling in Love Montana Style on “The Bachelor”
Some places are made for falling in love. One such place (if I do say so myself) is Whitefish, Montana. If I had to sum up Whitefish in three words, I’d say it’s Montana’s “quintessential mountain town.” A stone’s throw (30 minutes) from Glacier National Park, it’s surrounded by stunning mountain peaks and incredible outdoor […]
Montana: Home to Light Snow & Deep Powder
Montana is a pretty humble state. The people are low key, the mountain goats are composed and the communities are welcoming. All in all, it’s a cool crowd.
Be a Winter Warrior (and win cool stuff)
We’re saying it: Happy winter! While the first official day of winter isn’t until December 21, around these parts we get pumped for winter early. How pumped, you ask? Very pumped. In fact, this year we’re so excited about winter that we’re celebrating it and spreading the good word about winter in Montana with our Winter […]
Soak up Fall in Montana with Travel Deals
As sure as my eyes are blue, I felt it. That distinct crispness in the air that can only mean one thing: autumn.
Montana: We’ve Got Good Eats
When this messy-haired blond girl was growing up, we lived one mile down the road from my grandparents and our family owned store, where my grandpa was constantly (and boy do I mean constantly) cooking food for whoever happened to be around. And since it was was a store, there were always people around to […]
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