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Road Trip: Montana – Adventure Under a Big Sky

Montana can seem like a lifetime away. It’s an untamed place with landscapes grand enough to make you feel as insignificant as one of those dry flies getting eaten by a trout on the Gallatin River.

Glacier Park ending Sun Road reservations after Labor Day

The park’s shuttle service will also end after Labor Day.

Missoula, Montana Based Adventure Cycling – Flagship Cross-Country Bike Trail Follows Rural Route, Makes a Lasting Impact

Nearly 50 years after it welcomed its first riders, the TransAmerica Bicycle Trail is continuing to showcase rural people and places, while offering a host of economic and community benefits.

Heading to Glacier National Park? Top tips to make your trip unforgettable

Our trip to Glacier National Park was something we’ll never forget. But it also took some careful planning to make it the success it was. Here are some tips if you’re heading there:

Yellowstone logs first million-visitor month in July, Park Service requires masks

Yellowstone National Park logged its first million-visitor month in July, a milestone symbolic of the heavy tourist traffic across the country’s national parks, as visitors travel to wide-open spaces in response to—and in spite of—the surging delta variant of COVID-19.

Waterton-Glacier National Park – Star Light, Star Bright

Waterton-Glacier receives full certification as International Dark Sky Park just in time for one of the most stunning nighttime displays

Groups raise $500,000 in fundraising match to support Yellowstone bison conservation

The program provides an alternative to sending bison to slaughter in order to manage the population within the park.

Officials see positive, negative economic impacts from Bozeman tourist boom – Downtown Missoula businesses seeing influx of tourists

Officials say 12 new businesses opened in the last three months, but while some businesses thrived, others fought to survive.

CBS 60 Minutes – People and grizzly bears learn to live with each other in Montana

Montana’s grizzly and human populations have both risen substantially since 1975, when the bears were protected under the Endangered Species Act. Bill Whitaker reports on conservation efforts that have led to grizzly recovery, and the farmers, ranchers and residents now encountering these ferocious animals.

Glacier Park’s Dark Skies Illuminated Online – The first international transboundary night sky preserve in the world

New webcam at Dusty Star Observatory provides visitors rare glimpse of the first international transboundary night sky preserve in the world