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Summertime on Montana's Hi-Line offers empty spaces and interesting places

May 13, 2018View for printing

Spread out along Montana's Canadian border, the region known as the Hi-Line offers expanses capable of curing that classic summertime symptom of wanting to get away.

But in between stretches of quiet, beautiful prairie, rivers and mountains, there are plenty of opportunities to drop back into civilization and history.

Travel back in time and explore Montana's Native American history through the the Buffalo Jump Archaelogical Site and the Wahkpa Chu'gn Interpretive Center in Havre, one of the largest Hi-Line communities with a population of around 10,000.

By MIKE KORDENBROCK ... -the-latest
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