For those of us that call this magnificent state home, the scenic views, abundant wildlife and natural wonders are no surprise, and for those who have had the opportunity to visit, this is a place that one can never forget and will always wish to return. If you have not been to Montana, we assure you that there is no comparison. We want to welcome you to a reminiscent way of life exclusive to a place aptly know as "the last best place".
With less than one million residents; there is much more vast space than inhabitants. Montana is made up of a wide variety of cities and towns with unrivaled charm as well as a great deal of culture. The populous here find it difficult not to sound boastful when sharing the benefits of Montana living with out-of-state friends and family. It is the "good life" in a way that we envision from days gone by. With camaraderie, hospitality and resolute values, the people here are gracious and kind and welcome the opportunity to greet their neighbors with open arms. Montana maintains a strong economy and is often referred to as a fine place to raise a family. To live here in the midst of such unsurpassed beauty reminds us to take time to breathe and appreciate the more important things in life.
Montana is a clear destination location for anyone searching for adventure and recreation. The pristine lakes, streams and rivers draw visitors from all over the world. Not to mention the majestic snow-capped mountain peaks and endless big sky. If you are a cowboy at heart there is no better place. Glacier National Park, the Missouri River, Yellowstone National Park, wildlife refuge and recreation areas are all ideal for appreciating the renowned splendor. Every region has its own extraordinary features. Fishing, boating, hunting, skiing, rafting, hiking, golfing, exploration, sight-seeing, biking, kayaking…the list goes on, this is what Montana is known for. Venture off the beaten path and see what you can find.
We can not think of anyone who has been able to say it better, so we refer to a quote by John Steinbeck to summarize, "I am in love with Montana. For other states I have admiration, respect, recognition, even some affection, but with Montana it is love, and it's difficult to analyze love when you're in it."
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