The fourth largest state by land area, Montana is known as the “Big Sky” state to many. Montana vacation rentals and vacation homes are found in all corners of the state, from the rolling prairies of the east to the rocky mountain ranges of the west. The Continental Divide splits the state into two regions, the east and the west. Although this magnificent natural split geographically divides the state, the attractions lie all over. Yellowstone National Park, Glacier National Park, and countless ranges shape the many snow skiing resort areas to the west, nestled among the mountain ranges and system of lakes and rivers. To the east, however, lie the Northern Plains of the U.S., with numerous buttes and “island” mountain ranges popping up all over its landscape. Whether your interests are in fishing or in the arts, Montana has a vacation home or vacation condo for you. Towns like Bigfork are well known for their cultural and artistic contributions to the state, while Darby is a famous fishing community near the Bitterroot National Forest. The federal and state government protects 36,275,000 acres of land in Montana, including Glacier National Park, Yellowstone, Lewis and Clark Caverns, Little Bighorn National Monument, and the National Bison Range. Montana vacation cabins and vacation condos will lead you to a vacation that will not disappoint. The variety of landscapes and activities will give you more choices than you thought possible.
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Your next vacation make a Montana vacation rental your base from which to enjoy all the natural, beauty, charm, and magnificence as well as many adventures that include rafting, hiking, horseback riding, rock climbing, mountain biking, and more.
As guests of Montana vacation rentals you'll be close by the wondrous geological features of Yellowstone or the the majesty of Glacier. Yellowstone County vacation rental guests will have lots of exciting outdoor activities such as hiking, biking, climbing and or simply take in the natural magnificence of this land and stand in awe of the the unique geological and geo-thermal features of the park and mountain environs, with multitude of animal species that reside there. wilderness areas, historic towns, and much more.
When visiting Montana vacation rentals, guests will have access to many amazing ski areas. Montana is well known for our huge mountains, exceptional snow, friendly faces and uncrowded slopes. From Bear Paw in the NE to Big Sky vacation rentals in the South and Snowbowl in the NW. Guests of Big Sky vacation rentals can experience amazing skiing at Moonlight Basin, the first new destination ski resort in the US in 20 years. Moonlight Basin offers a growing network of 76 mapped trails, chutes and glades, making more than 1,900 acres of skiing.
Guests of Big Sky vacation rental country, can explore the Lewis and Clark Trail, the Trail of the Great Bear or one of the many regional scenic loop drives. Here you'll discover why Lewis and Clark described Montana as, "scenes of visionary enchantment," and among the prairies, mountain ranges, and ghost towns expect to see a variety of two and four legged creatures.
Guests of Glacier vacation rentals have at their footsteps more than 700 miles of trails. Glacier National Park is a place of mountain ranges carved by prehistoric ice rivers. It features alpine meadows, deep forests, waterfalls, about 50 glistening glaciers and 200 sparkling lakes. The vistas seen from Going-To-The-Sun Road are breathtaking, a photographers paradise.
Whater your desire, you are certain to find a Montana vacation rental to suit your needs. These Montana vacation rentals are listed by their owners or agent. To book one, please contact the owner or agent directly.