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Welcome to the Fairview, Montana Picture Tour

Shooting pictures in Fairview Montana on  June 2011 was a challenge.  The town was a constant blur of semi-truck traffic, pedestrians, and pick-up trucks. The 2010 Census said there were only 840 residents but the...

“Saving the Burg: A Story of Love, Sweat and Beers” – Philipsburg, Montana Documentary Broadcast on April 21, 22 on PBS

“Saving the Burg” portrays the astounding, steady, chronological transformation of Philipsburg – or “P-Burg,” as locals and Montanans call it for short – from a dusty, dried-up mining town of old to a thriving, enticing...

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You Can Spend The Night In An 1880s Jailhouse In Montana

This extremely unique little jailhouse-turned-cabin is available for rent on Airbnb.

International Wildlife Film Festival features photographer’s view of climate disasters

Balog, who’s traveled the world shooting natural disasters and melting glaciers for National Geographic and other major publications, gives viewers some insight into the situations he’s encountered in “The Human Element.”

Video – Summer is coming. Montana’s Flathead Valley is calling you.

Join us as we take you on a visual journey through one of the most beautiful regions of the country. Explore iconic mountains, emerald lakes, and vast forests of deep green and brilliant gold. This...

10 Magical Montana Sights You’ll Remember For The Rest Of Your Life

Sometimes you’ll see a sight so incredible, you’ll remember it for the rest of your days.

‘Red Ants Pants’ Music Festival announces July 25-28 2019 lineup in White Sulphur Springs, Montana – Come Join the Party!

The 2019 festival will be headlined by seven-time Grammy award-winning musician Patty Griffin, along with acts that include Shakey Graves, Bobby Bare, Colter Wall, Valerie June, Suzy Bogguss, The White Buffalo, and others.

Casting Lines and Guided Trips in Montana

Experienced outfitters and guides make it easy to see Big Sky Country

Despite injuries, Laurel, Montana bison run considered a big success

Driven by a group of volunteer cowboys from Brockway, the shaggy behemoths charged through downtown Laurel while 15 to 20 local daredevils ran for their lives ahead of the unpredictable and surprisingly fleet animals.

Montana’s ski areas are adapting and thriving, despite changing climate

Over the last decade, the ski area has spent over a million dollars on forestry across the mountain and the removal of trees deadened by pine beetles.

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