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Montana’s Dinosaur Trail Takes Visitors On A Prehistoric Adventure

Winding its way through the state, the Montana Dinosaur Trail takes travelers back in time with 14 locations to learn about Montana’s prehistoric residents.

8 hilarious but true wildlife tips from the National Park Service

Did you know if you hold an ermine up to your ear, you can hear what it’s like to be attacked by an ermine?

Google Maps is making it easier to explore US national parks, even without cell service

The online navigation platform is rolling out four updates this month to help users explore America’s national parks, even if they lose cell phone coverage.

Report: Percentage of Montanans Who Believe Tourism Benefits Outweigh Negative Impacts at Two-Decade Low

Study by the Institute for Tourism and Recreation Research shows increasing negative attitude of residents toward visitors as tourism statewide grows

Spring Fling Archery Tournament to Benefit Baxendale Fire Department and Lewis and Clark Archers – 4/8 – Prickly Pear Simmental ranch – Helena

Hunting season with your bow and arrows is still pretty far off, but for those who practice the discipline, it’s really always archery season. And nobody knows that better than the members of the Lewis and Clark Archers based out of Helena.

Preserving Public Lands Starts With People Who Enjoy Them

For some of us, these ideas will be new, but caring for nature means doing our best to respect it while enjoying it.

Report details impact of recreational tourism on Montana

 Approximately 12.5 million people visit Montana yearly, spending about $5 billion

Montana startup ‘LandTrust’ becoming the Airbnb of outdoor recreation – Montana Senate committee tables 3 of 4 bills aimed at reducing nonresident hunters

Kimmell is one of several hundred property owners in Montana part of the new online platform, LandTrust. That means people are paying to play here, and they’re coming from all across the U.S., including Pennsylvania, Idaho and Michigan.

‘Mission accomplished’: Montana lawmakers put tourism promotion on the chopping block

“Mission accomplished,” Sen. Jeremy Trebas, R-Great Falls, said of those programs during Monday’s Senate debate on the bill. “I don’t know if most of you know this, but we’ve been discovered.”