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Montana /mɒnˈtænə/ is a state in the Western region of the United States. The state's name is derived from the Spanish word montaña (mountain). Montana has several nicknames, although none official, including \Big Sky Country\ and \The Treasure State\, and slogans that include \Land of the Shining Mountains\ and more recently \The Last Best Place\. Montana is ranked 4th in size, but 44th in population and 48th in population density of the 50 United States. The western third of Montana contains numerous mountain ranges. Smaller island ranges are found throughout the state. In total, 77 named ranges are part of the Rocky Mountains. The economy is primarily based on agriculture, including ranching and cereal grain farming. Other significant economic activities include oil, gas, coal and hard rock mining, lumber, and the fastest-growing sector, tourism. The health care, service, and government sectors also are significant to the state's economy. Millions of tourists annually visit Glacier National Park, the Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument, and Yellowstone National Park.
Cities, towns & villages in Montana
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BabbBabb is a small unincorporated farming and ranching community in Glacier County, Montana, United States, on the Blackfeet Indian Reservation. The community experiences a large influx of tourist in the summer months as it is the gateway to the Many Glacier area of Glacier National Park. Community infrastructure includes one school (Babb Elementary School), a U.S. Post Office , a fire station that houses the Babb/St. Mary Volunteer Fire Department , Thronson's General Store and Motel , several restaurants, two churches, and a gas station. Show on map
MelroseMelrose, Montana, once known as \"Camp Creek\", had its early beginnings as a tiny stage stop along the Big Hole River that would eventually become a terminus for the railroad, a shipping and receiving point for the Hecla Consolidated Mining Company and Bryant Mining District, consisting of Hecla, Lion City, Greenwood, Norwood, and Glendale. The area along the Big Hole River was settled as early as 1870, three families shared the valley, Jefferson McCauley, John Stone and William Bowe. In 1875, William Bowe bought out two squatters giving them a combined total of $250.00. William Bowe pre-empted 160 acres of land and subsequently added 80 acres of Desert land. Show on map
BearcreekBearcreek is an incorporated town in Carbon County, Montana, United States. It is part of the Billings, Montana Metropolitan Statistical Area. The population was 79 at the 2010 census. Bearcreek uses the Mayor/Council form of government. Currently, the town is home to the Bear Creek Saloon which hosts fundraising pig races throughout the year. In addition, Bearcreek plays host every autumn to Montana Falconer Symposium, the state's largest gathering of falcon trainers and birds of prey enthusiasts. Show on map
MissoulaMissoula /mᵻˈzuːlə/ is a city in the U.S. state of Montana and is the county seat of Missoula County. It is located along the Clark Fork River near its confluences with the Bitterroot and Blackfoot Rivers in western Montana and at the convergence of five mountain ranges, thus is often described as the \"hub of five valleys\". In 2015, the United States Census Bureau estimated the city's population at 71,022 and the population of the Missoula Metropolitan Area at 114,181. In the 1990s, Missoula overtook Great Falls as Montana’s second‑largest city, behind Billings. Missoula is home to the University of Montana, a public research university. Show on map
Deer LodgeDeer Lodge is a city in and the county seat of Powell County, Montana, United States. The population was 3,111 at the 2010 census. The city is perhaps best known as the home of the Montana State Prison, a major local employer. The Montana State Hospital in Warm Springs, and former state tuberculosis sanitarium is in nearby Galen are the result of the power the western part of the state held over Montana at statehood due to the copper and mineral wealth in that area. Deer Lodge was also once an important railroad town, serving as a division headquarters for the Chicago, Milwaukee, St. Paul and Pacific Railroad (\"the Milwaukee Road\") before the railroad's local abandonment in 1980. Show on map
FairfieldFairfield is a town in Teton County, Montana, United States. The population was 708 at the 2010 census. Fairfield is the self-proclaimed \"Malting Barley Capital of the World\" with 83,000 acres (336 km2) of irrigated cropland and 56,000 acres (227 km2) of non-irrigated cropland in production for the purpose of raising malt barley in the vicinity. Fairfield is the \"Malting Barley Capital of the World\", a trade center for the farming community as well as being home to Busch Agricultural Resources, 3 Rivers Telephone Cooperative and Sun River Electric Cooperative. Show on map
RinglingRingling is a small unincorporated community in southern Meagher County, Montana, United States, along the route of U.S. Route 89. The town was a station stop on the transcontinental main line of the Chicago, Milwaukee, St. Paul and Pacific Railroad (\"the Milwaukee Road\"); it was also the southern terminus of the White Sulphur Springs and Yellowstone Park Railway, which ran from Ringling to White Sulphur Springs. Ringling served as a community center for ranchers and homesteaders in the vicinity, but the town's population declined throughout most of the twentieth century as the region's agricultural activity dwindled. Both railroad lines through Ringling were abandoned in 1980, and only a handful of people remain in the town today. Show on map
ButteButte /ˈbjuːt/ is a city in, and the county seat of, Silver Bow County, Montana, United States. In 1977, the city and county governments consolidated to form the sole entity of Butte-Silver Bow. As of the 2010 census, Butte's population was approximately 34,200. Butte is Montana's fifth largest city. The city is served by Bert Mooney Airport with airport code BTM. Show on map
BasinBasin is a census-designated place (CDP) in Jefferson County, Montana, United States. It lies about 10 miles (16 km) southeast of the Continental Divide in a high narrow canyon along Interstate 15 about halfway between Butte and Helena. Basin Creek flows roughly north to south through Basin and enters the Boulder River on the settlement's south side. The population was 255 at the 2000 census. Show on map
Rising SunRising Sun has one of 5 campgrounds along the Going to the Sun Road. Pitch your tent and watch the most amazing sunrises. If you like to hike, there is a 6.3 mile hiking trail from Rising Sun that will take you along a very beautiful and scenic trail to Otokomi Lake. The historic Sun Camp Fireguard Cabin also known as the Baring Cabin was claimed by the Reynolds Creek Wildland Fire in July 2015. The Sun Camp Fireguard Cabin and the Rising Sun Auto Camp are listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Show on map
GarnetGarnet is a ghost town in Granite County, Montana, United States. Located on the dirt Garnet Range Road, it is an abandoned mining town that dates from the 1860s. In First Chance Gulch in western Montana, the town is located 11 miles up the Garnet Range Road, in beautiful mountains and forest. The town is at about 6,000 feet (1,800 m) elevation. Despite this, Garnet is one of the state's best preserved with 16,000 visitors annually. The annual celebration the third Saturday of each year is Garnet Day. Garnet's oldest living member, Mary Jane Adams Morin, came to visit every year. Show on map
BearmouthBearmouth was a trading post for the placer mining camps of Beartown, Garnet and Coloma, located in the hills north of Bearmouth. A pioneer family named Lannen operated the gold exchange and ferry boat across the Clark Fork River. In September 1841, the intrepid Jesuit priest, Pierre Jean De Smet, traveled westward through this area on his way from St. Louis, to establish a mission for the Flathead Indians in the Bitterroot Valley. Show on map
Sand SpringsSand Springs is an unincorporated community in southwestern Garfield County, Montana, United States. It lies along Highway 200 southwest of the town of Jordan, the county seat of Garfield County. Its elevation is 3,192 feet (973 m). Although Sand Springs is unincorporated, it has a post office with the ZIP code of 59077, which opened on 1911-03-01. Sand Springs is over 100 years old, founded at the turn of the 20th century by sheep, cattle, and horse ranchers. It has a population of about 90 people. It gets its name from the wide expanse of sandy soil and life-giving springs in the area. Most people currently make a living as ranchers and farmers. The farmable acres in this area are some of the richest, most productive soils in the county; however much of the land is suitable only for graz Show on map
HauganHaugan (also Waugan) is an unincorporated community in Mineral County, Montana, United States. Haugan is situated 16 miles (26 km) east of the Idaho border and 90 miles (140 km) west of Missoula on Interstate 90 at the Haugan Exit #16. Haugan was named for H. G. Haugan, Land Commissioner of the Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul Railway. Haugan was established and maintained to serve as a pusher station for the Milwaukee Road railroad trains ascending the Bitterroot Range of the Rocky Mountains. Show on map
UnionvilleUnionville is an unincorporated community in Lewis and Clark County, Montana, United States four miles south of Helena, Montana and about 2 miles West of Jefferson City and accessible from Oro Fino Gulch Drive. Unionville is part of the Helena micropolitan area. Located four miles south of Helena, Unionville was the camp for the Whitlatch-Union Mine, which operated from 1864–1872, and again from 1905-1942. It yielded over 17,000 ounces of gold, over 8,000 ounces of silver, 9 tons of copper, 9 tons of zinc and 40 tons of lead. Show on map
SixteenSixteen is a former unincorporated community in southwestern Meagher County, Montana, United States. The town was a station stop on the transcontinental main line of the Chicago, Milwaukee, St. Paul and Pacific Railroad (\"the Milwaukee Road\"), and was a community center for a small number of area ranchers and homesteaders. The rail line through Sixteen was originally constructed in 1895 by the Montana Railroad, and the town served as a base camp for railway construction crews. The Sixteen post office was first opened in 1890, and closed in 1944. Show on map
SuperiorSuperior is a town in and the county seat of Mineral County, Montana, United States. The population was 812 at the 2010 census. Superior was named after its founders' hometown of Superior, Wisconsin in 1869. The post office was established in 1871 after Mineral County became the site of one of the largest gold strikes that helped settle the West.In the 1860s and 70s, several thousand miners converged on Cedar Creek to earn their fortunes. Long after that strike played out, mining remained a mainstay of the economy. Mining, along with the development of logging and United States Forest Service activities contribute to the area's interesting history. Show on map
BozemanBozeman is a city in and the county seat of Gallatin County, Montana, United States, in the southwestern part of the state. The 2010 census put Bozeman's population at 37,280 and the 2015 census estimate put the population at 43,405 making it the fourth largest city in the state. It is the principal city of the Bozeman, MT Micropolitan Statistical Area, consisting of all of Gallatin County with a population of 97,304. It is the largest Micropolitan Statistical Area in Montana and is the third largest of all of Montana’s statistical areas. Show on map
Gallatin GatewayBozeman is a city in and the county seat of Gallatin County, Montana, United States, in the southwestern part of the state. The 2010 census put Bozeman's population at 37,280 and the 2015 census estimate put the population at 43,405 making it the fourth largest city in the state. It is the principal city of the Bozeman, MT Micropolitan Statistical Area, consisting of all of Gallatin County with a population of 97,304. It is the largest Micropolitan Statistical Area in Montana and is the third largest of all of Montana’s statistical areas. Show on map
SaugusSaugus is a rural unincorporated community in Prairie County, Montana, United States, along the Yellowstone River. It was the location of the Custer Creek train wreck. Saugus was once one of the biggest cattle and horse shipping points in eastern Montana. In 1909, then in Custer County, Saugus opened its Post Office. Saugus was also home to a school. In 1925 the post office was discontinued. The community is now served by the Terry post office (Zip Code 53949). The last railroad to run through Saugus was the Burlington Northern Railroad. Show on map
LombardLombard is a ghost town in southeastern Broadwater County, Montana, United States. The town was located on the east bank of the Missouri River, just north of the mouth of Sixteen Mile Creek. Lombard was established in 1895 as the western terminus of the Montana Railroad, and the location of its interchange with the Northern Pacific Railway. In 1908, the Montana Railroad was incorporated into the new transcontinental main line of the Chicago, Milwaukee, St. Paul and Pacific Railroad (\"the Milwaukee Road\"). This lessened Lombard's importance as a railroad operational base, but the town survived as an interchange point between the Milwaukee and the Northern Pacific. Show on map
GlendiveGlendive is a city in and the county seat of Dawson County, Montana, United States. Glendive was established by the Northern Pacific Railway when they built the transcontinental railroad across the northern tier of the western United States from Minnesota to the Pacific Coast. The town was the headquarters for the Yellowstone Division that encompassed 875 route miles (1,408 km); 546 (879) in main line and 328 (528) in branches with the main routes from Mandan, North Dakota, to Billings, Montana, and from Billings to Livingston, Montana. The town of Glendive is an agricultural and ranching hub of eastern Montana. The town is tucked between the Yellowstone River and the Badlands, named for the rugged terrain and jagged rock formations that are known to exist in the area. Makoshika State Park Show on map
WhitlashWhitlash is an unincorporated community in northwestern Liberty County, Montana, United States, about five miles south of the province of Alberta across the Canada–US border. Whitlash has a post office and an elementary school that provides educational services in grades prekindergarten through 8. The community is accessible only by unpaved road. The Whitlash Border Crossing is about five miles to the north. Show on map
PrayPray is a census-designated place and unincorporated community in Park County, Montana, in the Paradise Valley. The town was founded in 1907 by Valentine Eggar, an entrepreneur. He named it after Congressman Charles Nelson Pray. Its population was 681 as of the 2010 census. Pray has a post office with ZIP code 59065, which opened on December 8, 1909. \"Being the owner of Pray doesn't have to be a difficult job,\" according to Ms. Walker. \"The town is pretty low-maintenance ... You collect the rent once a month and water and mow the lawn.\" Show on map
WhitetailWhitetail is a small, unincorporated village in northern Daniels County, Montana, USA. The area was first used as a camp along a cattle-driving route in the 1880s. The town grew with the arrival of the Soo Line Railroad in 1914. The line was planned for extension all the way to Glacier National Park, but work was stopped during World War I and the line never went any farther than Whitetail. At its peak the town had more than 500 residents, declining to 248 in 1940 and 125 in 1970. The town's chief industry was the manufacture of silo blowers from 1940, but the plant closed, followed by Whitetail High School in 1940 and the grade school in 1973. Show on map
MaudlowMaudlow is a small unincorporated community in northern Gallatin County, Montana, United States. The town was a station stop on the transcontinental main line of the Chicago, Milwaukee, St. Paul and Pacific Railroad (\"the Milwaukee Road\"), and was a community center for a small number of area ranchers and homesteaders. Maudlow was named after a family member of Montana Railroad President, R. A. Harlow, Maud Harlow. The first postmaster of the town, George Dodge, shortened the name to Maudlow. Show on map
Park CityPark City is a census-designated place (CDP) in Stillwater County, Montana, United States. The population was 870 at the 2000 census. Located 20 miles from the state's largest city, Billings, Park City has a small town atmosphere. The largest building in the city is Park City Schools, a K-12 education system. The school's mascot is the panther and school colors are red and black. It is not incorporated, therefore does not have a mayor or any other \"city\" legislative positions. Most of the historical buildings are made of sand stone, due to the large sand stone cliffs to the north of the town. Show on map
BelfryBelfry is a census-designated place (CDP) in Carbon County, Montana, United States. It is part of the Billings, Montana Metropolitan Statistical Area. The population was 218 at the 2010 census. It is located approximately 11 miles (18 km) from the Wyoming border, roughly halfway between Billings, Montana and Cody, Wyoming. Show on map
Saint MarieSt. Marie is a census-designated place (CDP) in Valley County, Montana, United States. The population was 264 at the 2010 census. It is located at the site of the former Glasgow Air Force Base. When the Air Force base was decommissioned, the on-base housing was purchased and offered for sale to private individuals. While many of the bids for the houses were from salvage companies, the community ultimately escaped demolition. Homes which had housed thousands of military personnel when the base was in operation were briefly promoted as condominiums for retirees. Show on map
WhitehallWhitehall is a town in Jefferson County, Montana, United States. The population was 1,038 at the 2010 census. It is part of the Helena Micropolitan Statistical Area. The town is nestled in the Jefferson Valley, which is shadowed by the Tobacco Root and Highland Mountain ranges and sits in the heart of the Deerlodge National Forest. It is also within 23–60 miles of three major airports, four colleges, five ski resorts, seven major rivers, mountain lakes for fishing and backpacking, four lakes for boating, and three hot springs. There are numerous snowmobiling trails for winter riding and summer trail rides. The mountain ranges surrounding the valley, provide excellent opportunitiy for hunting big game. Show on map
BoulderBoulder is a town in and the county seat of Jefferson County, Montana, United States. It is on the north bank of the Boulder River between Butte and Helena, slightly east of the Continental Divide, at the intersection of Interstate 15 and Montana Highway 69. The population was 1,183 at the 2010 census. It is part of the Helena Micropolitan Statistical Area. Show on map
AnacondaAnaconda, county seat of Anaconda-Deer Lodge County, which has a consolidated city-county government, is located in southwestern Montana of the United States. Located at the foot of the Pintlar Mountains, the Continental Divide passes within 8 mi (13 km) south of the community. As of the 2010 census the population of the consolidated city-county was 9,298, with a per capita personal income of $20,462 and a median household income of $34,716. It had earlier peaks of population in 1930 and 1980, based on the mining industry. It is still the ninth most populous city in Montana. Central Anaconda is 5,335 ft (1,626 m) above sea level, and is surrounded by the communities of Opportunity and West Valley. Show on map
VidaVida /ˈvaɪdə/ is an unincorporated village in northern McCone County, Montana, United States, located on Montana Highway 13 along the Big Sky Back Country Byway, approximately 23 miles south of Wolf Point, Montana, and 27 miles north of Circle, Montana. At this location, it was known as Presserville until 1951, when the post office at a previous incarnation of Vida was moved to that town and Presserville's citizens agreed to change the town name to conform with the name under which the post office was registered. Show on map
Three ForksThree Forks is a city in Gallatin County, Montana, United States and is located within the watershed valley system of both the Missouri and Mississippi rivers drainage basins — and is historically considered the birthplace or start of the Missouri River. The population was 1,869 at the 2010 census. The city of Three Forks is named so because it lies geographically near the point, in nearby Missouri Headwaters State Park, where the Jefferson, Madison, and Gallatin Rivers converge to form the Missouri River — the longest single river in North America, as well as the major portion of the Missouri-Mississippi River System from the headwaters near Three Forks to its discharge into the Gulf of Mexico. Three Forks is part of the Bozeman, MT Micropolitan Statistical Area of approximately 100,000 p Show on map
GarryowenGarryowen is a private town in Big Horn County, Montana, United States. It is located at the southernmost edge of the land where Sitting Bull's camp was sited just prior to the Battle of the Little Bighorn, and the opening gunshots of the battle were fired only a few hundred yards from where Garryowen's structures stand today. Show on map
West YellowstoneWest Yellowstone is a town in Gallatin County, Montana, adjacent to Yellowstone National Park. The population was 1,271 at the 2010 census. The town is served by Yellowstone Airport. It is part of the Bozeman, MT Micropolitan Statistical Area. It was founded in June 1908 when the Oregon Short Line Railroad was completed. The town's name changed several times until West Yellowstone was settled upon in 1920. Show on map
Warm SpringsWarm Springs is an unincorporated community in Deer Lodge County, Montana, United States, operated by the state of Montana. It is the site of Montana State Hospital, the only long term psychiatric hospital operated by the state of Montana. The hospital was founded by the Territorial Government of Montana in 1877. The \"warm springs\" are located on the hospital campus. Hot water seeps from a limestone cone that is about 40 feet high. The Native Americans called this the \"Lodge of the Whitetailed Deer\" giving the Deer Lodge Valley its name. There are no community services other than a bar and convenience store on the frontage road and a post office (zip code 59756) on the hospital campus. Brown trout fishing can be found in the Clark Fork River just east of Warm Springs and in the ponds on th Show on map
VanandaVananda is a former unincorporated village in northwestern Rosebud County, Montana, USA, along the route of U.S. Highway 12. The town was established in 1908 as a station stop on the Chicago, Milwaukee, St. Paul and Pacific Railroad, then under construction across Montana. The railway used Vananda as a water stop for its steam locomotives, and built a small reservoir near the townsite to ensure an adequate water supply. The Vananda townsite has been listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Show on map
TaftTaft is a ghost town in Mineral County, Montana, United States. Located in the Bitterroot Range near the Idaho border. It was a thriving railroad town c. 1908, named after William H. Taft (before he became president of the US in 1908) after he visited the nameless town in 1907. The town was founded when the Chicago, Milwaukee & Pacific Railroad built its Pacific Coast expansion and had to bore an 8,300-foot (2,500 m) tunnel through the mountains near its site. After the St. Paul Pass tunnel was finished the town died out and was finally burned down in the winter of 1909–1910. Show on map
IngomarIngomar is a small unincorporated community in southeastern Rosebud County, Montana, United States, along the route of U.S. Route 12. The town was established in 1908, as a station stop on the Chicago, Milwaukee, St. Paul and Pacific Railroad, then under construction in Montana. Although the land around Ingomar attracted numerous homesteaders during the decade following the railroad's completion, the region proved to be far too arid and inhospitable for intensive agricultural use, and by the 1920s the town was in decline. The railroad through the area was abandoned in 1980, and only a handful of people remain in Ingomar today. Show on map
IsmayIsmay is a town in Custer County, Montana, United States. The population was 19 at the 2010 census. The town's name is an amalgamation of Isabella and May, the names of the daughters of Albert J Earling, division superintendent (later president) of the Chicago, Milwaukee and St. Paul Railway. Other communities with related names include Earling, Iowa; Marmarth, North Dakota; and Alberton, Montana. As a publicity stunt coordinated by the Kansas City Chiefs in 1993, the town unofficially took the name of Joe, Montana, after the NFL quarterback Joe Montana. Show on map
SheridanSheridan is a town in Madison County, Montana, United States named after the Civil War general Philip Sheridan. The population was 642 at the 2010 census. Sheridan is known as the \"heart of the Ruby Valley.\" Seven majestic mountain ranges surround this beautiful community. (Tobacco Root Range, Highlands Mountains, McCartney Mountain, The Pioneers, The Ruby Range, The Gravellies and the Snowcrest Range) The geology of the area includes some of the oldest rocks dating back over 2.7 billion years. The Ruby River winds through the valley just west of the town. Show on map
BelgradeBelgrade is a city in Gallatin County, Montana, United States. The population was 7,389 at the 2010 census. It is the largest city in Montana that is not a county seat. The original townsite of Belgrade was established and filed in the Gallatin County Clerk and Recorder's Office by Thomas B. Quaw, a businessman from the midwest, in July 1881. According to Quaw, the townsite was a blind railroad siding nine and seven tenths miles west of Bozeman, and was named Belgrade after the capital of Serbia as an expression of appreciation to Serbian investors who helped finance a portion of the Northern Pacific Railroad. Belgrade is part of the Bozeman, MT Micropolitan Statistical Area. Show on map
FoxFox is an unincorporated community in Carbon County, Montana, United States. It was named for Dr. J.M. Fox, first manager of the Rocky Fork Coal Company and the Rocky Fork & Cooke City Railroad. At one time, Fox had two elevators and was the largest grain shipping point in Carbon County. Finnish immigrant miners settled here, and as late as 1920 their children still spoke Finnish at home and on the playground, and English only in the classroom. Fox was an important stop on the Northern Pacific Railway to Red Lodge, and many of the buildings still stand, most notably the old Fox Elevator. Although it is unincorporated, Fox has a post office with a ZIP code of 59070. Fox lies on U.S. Route 212 southwest of Roberts and northeast of Red Lodge. Show on map
Great FallsColter Falls, also Coulter Falls, (4.3m) waterfall, nearly 0.5 miles (0.80 km) in width, part of the Great Falls of the Missouri, on the Missouri River in north-central Montana. Downstream of Colter Falls lies Rainbow Falls, and upstream is Black Eagle Falls. The Lewis and Clark Expedition was known to discover Westslope cutthroat trout at the base of the falls. The falls is now flooded in the impoundment behind Rainbow Dam. As Rainbow Dam's reservoir is a run-of-the-river reservoir, it rarely is emptied, so the falls is rarely seen even in extreme drought. The falls was named by Paris Gibson, founder of the city of Great Falls, Montana, while they were not named by Lewis and Clark, who measured it at \"6 feet 7 inches\". Show on map
EnnisEnnis is a town in Madison County, Montana, United States, in the southwestern part of the state. The population was 838 at the 2010 census. The elevation of Ennis is 4,941 feet (1,506 m) above sea level. Ennis is served by the Big Sky Airport. Show on map
NorrisNorris is a small unincorporated community in northeastern Madison County, Montana, United States, at the intersection of U.S. Route 287 and Montana Highway 84. The location is a hilly, relatively arid area used for farming and ranching; the Tobacco Root Mountains form a visual backdrop to the west. Several mining districts were located in the area in the 1860s, though their success was generally brief. A now-abandoned branchline of the former Northern Pacific Railway once terminated at Norris. Show on map
ColomaColoma is a ghost town located in the area of the Garnet Range in Missoula County, Montana. Not much is known about the settlement, which appears to have been founded in 1893. Records of the period indicate high gold mining activity from 1896 onwards, with an estimated $200,000 to $250,000 in gold being extracted. 1916 saw additional activity when a mill was built on the site and additional surveys on the ore veins were conducted, apparently without success. Additional prospecting activity occurred between 1932 and 1950. Show on map
LennepLennep is a ghost town and populated place in Meagher County, Montana. Lennep had a Lutheran church, general store, and post office. Located at the foot of the Castle Mountains, Lennep was once a station on the Old Milwaukee Road. The Lennep Mercantile housed the post office from the time the Mercantile opened in 1914; the post office had first opened in 1903 in a log home across the street. The post office was closed down in 1962. Show on map
Crow AgencyCrow Agency is a census-designated place (CDP) in Big Horn County, Montana, United States and is near the actual location for the Little Bighorn National Monument and re-enactment produced by the Real Bird family known as Battle of the Little Bighorn Reenactment. The population was 1,616 at the 2010 census. It is the governmental headquarters of the Crow Native Americans. It is also the location of the \"agency offices\" where the federal Superintendent of the Crow Indian Reservation and his staff (part of the Bureau of Indian Affairs, United States Department of the Interior) interacts with the Crow Tribe, pursuant to federal treaties and statutes. Show on map
HelenaHelena /ˈhɛlᵻnə/ is the capital city of the U.S. state of Montana and the county seat of Lewis and Clark County. Originally founded as a gold camp during the Montana gold rush, the city was established in 1864. Over $3.6 billion of gold was extracted in the city limits over a duration of two decades, making it one of the wealthiest cities in America in the mid-nineteenth century. The concentration of wealth contributed to the city's prominent, elaborate Victorian architecture. Show on map
LaurelLaurel is a city in Yellowstone County, Montana, United States. It is the third largest community in the Billings Metropolitan Statistical Area, and is located in the Yellowstone Valley, as an east-west terminal division point of the Burlington-Northern Railroad. The population was 6,781 at the 2010 census. Both Interstate 90 and a number of local railroads run through Laurel. It is most known for its industry and agriculture, but also has a historic shopping district. Show on map
GardinerGardiner is a census-designated place (CDP) in Park County, Montana, United States, along the 45th parallel. The population was 875 at the 2010 census. Gardiner was officially founded in 1880, but the area has served as a main entrance to Yellowstone National Park since its creation in 1872. Parks' Fly Shop, one of the oldest fly shops and guiding operations in the Yellowstone area, was started by Merton Parks in 1953. Yellowstone National Park Heritage and Research Center, which opened May 18, 2005 is located in Gardiner, MT and houses National Park Service archives, Yellowstone museum collections and reference libraries. Show on map
CameronCameron is an unincorporated community in Madison County, Montana, United States. It was named for its early settlers, the Cameron family. The first post office was established between 1890-93 in the home of Addison Bovey Cameron. He and his wife Josie had a store and the post office on the ground floor of the building and a dance hall on the upper floor. In 1919 the \"Cameron\" store was purchased by Frank Kirby who then moved it six miles down the road to take advantage of the tourists visiting the Yellowstone National Park area. This area is prime pasture land of rich hay extending to the foot of the Sphinx Mountain. Show on map
CometComet is a ghost town located about twenty miles (32 kilometers) south-southwest of Helena, Montana, United States. It is reached by following High Ore Road north from Interstate 15. The remains of the town cover about thirty-five acres and consist of an ore hopper, a large ore processing building, several other company buildings, and numerous houses and other private structures. High Ore Creek runs through the center of the property and separates the mine buildings from the town proper. The town is abandoned except for a single active residence; although it sits on private grazing land, it is open to public access. Show on map
MartinsdaleMartinsdale is a census-designated place in southeastern Meagher County, Montana, United States. The town was a station stop on the now-abandoned transcontinental main line of the Chicago, Milwaukee, St. Paul and Pacific Railroad (\"the Milwaukee Road\"), and is a community center for nearby ranches and farms. Martinsdale was the home of the poet Grace Stone Coates, author of Black Cherries, Mead & Mangel-Wurzel, and Portulacas in the Wheat. It was also the home of Charles M. Bair, one of the largest and most successful sheep ranchers in the United States, and the former Bair family home is now a museum. Show on map
CarlyleCarlyle is a ghost town in Wibaux County, Montana, United States, located approximately 1 to  1 1⁄2 miles west of the North Dakota border, sitting on a ranch, which incorporated the once agricultural town into grazing land. Some of the buildings once a part of the town are just foundations, however, a farmstead east of the town is still standing, with the school house, grain elevators and a couple of the homes inside the town. Southeast of the town of Carlyle is the cemetery. Carlyle had a population of 221 in the 1940s, with access to the North Pacific Railroad branch out of Beach, North Dakota. Show on map
ProctorProctor is an unincorporated community in Lake County, Montana, United States. Proctor is 2.2 miles (3.5 km) northwest of Dayton. The community has a post office with ZIP code 59929. Show on map
MarysvilleMarysville is a small unincorporated community in Lewis and Clark County, Montana, United States. In the 1880s and 1890s it was a bustling mining town of three thousand residents, and was the center of gold mining in Montana. The town was named by Thomas Cruse, mine owner, to honor Mary Ralston the wife of a miner. A few buildings remain, including a baseball field with bleachers. The population now consists of a few local residents, most of whom commute to and work in nearby Helena. Just up the dirt road is Great Divide Ski Area, while down the road is the Silver City Saloon on Highway 279. Show on map
Fort ShawFort Shaw (originally named Camp Reynolds) was a United States Army fort located on the Sun River 24 miles west of Great Falls, Montana, in the United States. It was founded on June 30, 1867, and abandoned by the Army in July 1891. It later served as a school for Native American children from 1892 to 1910. Portions of the fort survive today as a small museum. The fort lent its name to the community of Fort Shaw, Montana, which grew up around it. Fort Shaw is part of the Fort Shaw Historic District and Cemetery, which was added to the National Register of Historic Places on January 11, 1985. Show on map
WaterlooWaterloo is a one road town (Waterloo Road) located on the northern edge of Madison County, Montana, United States, on the Jefferson River. Waterloo is equidistant between Whitehall, Montana and Twin Bridges, Montana. Abutting the Tobacco Root Mountains, Waterloo has an elevation of 4,463 feet. The town of what was to become known as Waterloo was settled in 1864. The origin of its name, however, dates many years after its settlement. A post office opened in the area in 1900 and the location caused a contentious battle with residents, which residents likened to the Battle at Waterloo. Show on map
Silver GateCooke City-Silver Gate is a census-designated place (CDP) in Park County, Montana, United States. The population was 140 at the 2000 census. It sits toward the northeast of Yellowstone National Park on a road remaining open during the winter connecting through Tower Junction to Mammoth and north to Livingston, Montana. During the summer the road opens eastward to connect to Red Lodge, Montana via the Beartooth Highway on a scenic route rising about 10,000 feet elevation through the Absaroka Mountains. Its chief industry is tourism, which during the winter includes snowmobiling. Show on map
Cooke City-Silver GateCooke City-Silver Gate is a census-designated place (CDP) in Park County, Montana, United States. The population was 140 at the 2000 census. It sits toward the northeast of Yellowstone National Park on a road remaining open during the winter connecting through Tower Junction to Mammoth and north to Livingston, Montana. During the summer the road opens eastward to connect to Red Lodge, Montana via the Beartooth Highway on a scenic route rising about 10,000 feet elevation through the Absaroka Mountains. Its chief industry is tourism, which during the winter includes snowmobiling. Show on map
Lolo Hot SpringsLolo Hot Springs (Salish: smtt̓m̓čqi or sntt̓mčqey, \"Steam on a Ridge Top\" ) is an unincorporated community in Missoula County, Montana, United States. It is centered on a commercial hot springs. It also contains a hotel and restaurant. It is the westernmost settlement along U.S. Highway 12 in Montana. The Salish name for the surrounding area is q̓ʷlótqne or čmulši. The first luge run in North America was built here in 1965. The Lewis and Clark Expedition passed by and used the springs on June 29, 1806 while traveling east on their return from the mouth of the Columbia River. Show on map
WordenWorden is a census-designated place (CDP) in Yellowstone County, Montana, United States. The population was 506 at the 2000 census. Worden, along with Ballantine, Huntley, and Pompey's Pillar, is part of the Huntley Project, an irrigation district established by the United States Bureau of Reclamation in 1907. Worden is home to a number of restaurants, bars, stores, churches, and other services. It is also the home of the Huntley Project School System, consisting of an elementary, junior high, and high school. Huntley Project High School's team name is the \"Red Devils.\" Show on map
SalteseSaltese (also Packers Meadow or Silver City) is an unincorporated community in Mineral County, Montana, United States. Located at 47°24′37″N 115°30′35″W / 47.41028°N 115.50972°W (47.4102075, -115.5095972), Saltese lies an altitude of 3,366 feet (1,026 m). \"Saltese is an old gold and silver mining town that took its name from a Nez Perce leader, Chief Saltese.\" \"The town was first known as Silver City but was renamed in 1891.\" In December 1912, David D. Bogart, the 6th mayor of Missoula, Montana, was killed in an avalanche in Saltese while prospecting for gold. Show on map
WestbyWestby is a town in Sheridan County, Montana, United States. The population was 168 at the 2010 census. Westby was founded in 1910 as a North Dakota city in what is today Divide County. Danish settlers came up with the name by combining the word west, which noted the town's location in extreme western North Dakota, with the word by, Danish for town. The town remained in North Dakota until 1914, when it was moved slightly across the border so as to be next to a newly built branch line of the Soo Line Railroad and in a state that permitted the sale of alcohol. Show on map
HarlowtonHarlowton is a city and is the county seat of Wheatland County, Montana, United States. The population was 997 at the 2010 census. The city was once the eastern terminus of electric operations (1914–74) of the Milwaukee Road railroad's \"Pacific Extension\" route, which went all the way to Avery, Idaho. Here, steam or diesel locomotives were changed or hooked up to electric locomotives. Harlowton was founded in 1900 as a station stop on the Montana Railroad, a predecessor to the Milwaukee, and was named for Richard A. Harlow, the Montana Railroad's president. Prehistory Big Nose George Robbery Show on map
CantonCanton was a small town in Broadwater County, Montana, now submerged beneath Canyon Ferry Lake near Helena, Montana. The town was flooded when nearby Canyon Ferry Dam, originally built in 1898 to provide electricity for Helena, was replaced by a second, larger dam which began construction in 1949. When this was completed in 1953 the reservoir increased in volume by 50 times and eventually claimed 25 miles of river bottom, the town of Canton and 4,000 acres of farmland. The Canyon Ferry Dam is currently owned and operated by the Bureau of Reclamation. Show on map
ChoteauChoteau is a city in and the county seat of Teton County, Montana, United States. It lies along U.S. Routes 89 and 287 (the latter terminating at the former in this city) about 20 miles (32 km) east of the Rocky Mountains, near Flathead National Forest, the Rocky Mountain Division of Lewis and Clark National Forest, and Glacier National Park. The population was 1,684 at the 2010 census. The Montana town is named for French fur-trapper and explorer Pierre Chouteau, Jr., who is also the namesake of Chouteau County, Montana (county seat: Fort Benton). Show on map
ForsythForsyth is a city in and the county seat of Rosebud County, Montana, United States. The population was 1,777 at the 2010 census. Forsyth was established in 1876 as the first settlement on the Yellowstone River, and in 1882 residents named the town after General James William Forsyth who commanded Fort Maginnis, Montana during the Indian Wars and the 7th Cavalry at the Wounded Knee Massacre. The town has long been a transportation nexus, starting with steamboats on the river and progressing to the Northern Pacific Railway and Interstate 94. Show on map
ZortmanZortman is a census-designated place and unincorporated community in Phillips County, Montana, United States. Its population was 69 as of the 2010 census. Zortman has a post office with ZIP code 59546. The community includes the Zortman Motel and the Buckhorn Store and Cabins. The Buckhorn Store is the only store in the community. Zortman is a popular place for hunters to have dinner and stay while on their trip. Zortman was home to the Pegasus mine, but it was shut down. The town's population decreased after the shutdown of the mine. Show on map
RiversideRiverside is an unincorporated community in Ravalli County, Montana, United States. Its elevation is 3,517 feet (1,072 m), and it is located at 46°16′29″N 114°9′29″W / 46.27472°N 114.15806°W (46.2746439, -114.1581505). A post office operated in Riverside for a short time: it was established on January 16, 1889 and closed on May 28, 1895. The community once possessed a railroad station, which is no longer in existence; at various times, it was known as Riverside, Haggin, or River Siding. Today, an RV park is located in the area. Show on map
EssexEssex is an unincorporated community in Flathead County, Montana, United States. Located in the northwestern part of the state, Essex lies near Glacier National Park, 31 miles (50 km) southwest of East Glacier and 26 miles (42 km) southeast of West Glacier. Amtrak's Empire Builder makes a flag stop at Essex, westbound at 7:41pm and eastbound at 8:55am. The Izaak Walton Inn hotel is by the Amtrak station platform. Essex also is home to a BNSF Railway yard, where helper units used to push freight trains over Marias Pass are based. Show on map
MosbyMosby (also Half-Breed Crossing) is an unincorporated community in southwestern Garfield County, Montana, United States. It lies along Highway 200 southwest of the town of Jordan, the county seat of Garfield County. The town's population at the 2000 census was 17. Its elevation is 2,513 feet (766 m). Mosby had a post office that opened on 1904-06-29 was moved on 1983-02-18, and closed on 2015-07-30 but the community still has a separate ZIP code of 59058. As of 2015, there is an RV park where the gas station was. There was a gas station and repair shop open from 1950 to 1983. Show on map
LockwoodLockwood is a census-designated place (CDP) in Yellowstone County, Montana, United States. Lockwood had the largest growth rate in the state of Montana with 57.8% growth since 2000. The 2010 census put Lockwood’s population at 6,797. Lockwood is a suburb of Billings and is the second largest community in the Billings Metropolitan Area. Annexation of Lockwood to Billings has been studied; however, the June 2009 Billings City Council Annexation Plan states that the city has no plans to annex Lockwood in the foreseeable future. Show on map
ColstripColstrip is a city in Rosebud County, Montana, United States. The population was 2,214 at the 2010 census. Established in 1924 and incorporated as a city in 1998, Colstrip is the largest city in Rosebud County with 24% of the total population. Colstrip's primary industries are coal mining and electricity production. For the Sports Illustrated Magazine's 50th anniversary, it named Colstrip the top sports town in Montana. The entire community celebrates Colstrip Days annually on the weekend prior to the 4th of July. Show on map
EdgarEdgar is a census-designated place and unincorporated community in Carbon County, Montana, United States. As of the 2010 census it had a population of 114. Although it is unincorporated, Edgar has a post office with a ZIP code of 59026. Edgar lies east of the intersection of U.S. Route 310 and Elwell Street. Edgar is south of Rockvale and northeast of Fromberg. Edgar is a small, agricultural community with a number of silos and elevators. It is also home to a bar & grill restaurant and some other services. Show on map
TurnerTurner is a census-designated place and unincorporated community in Blaine County, Montana, United States. Turner is located on Montana State Highway 241 41.5 miles (66.8 km) east-northeast of Chinook. Its population was 61 as of the 2010 census. Turner has a post office with ZIP code 59542; it also has an airport, Turner Airport. Turner is the farthest community in the continental U.S. from a Major League Baseball park; it lies 646.93 miles (1,041.13 km) from Safeco Field in Seattle, the nearest park. Show on map
BallantineBallantine is a census-designated place (CDP) in Yellowstone County, Montana, United States. It lies about 9 miles (10 km) northeast of Billings on Interstate 94. The population was 346 at the 2000 census. Ballantine, along with the communities of Pompey's Pillar, Worden, and Huntley, is part of the Huntley Project, an irrigation district created by the United States Bureau of Reclamation. The majority of Ballantine's population lives on scattered farms and ranches surrounding the actual townsite. Show on map
BridgerBridger is a town in Carbon County, Montana, United States. It is part of the Billings, Montana Metropolitan Statistical Area. The population was 708 at the 2010 census. The town of Bridger was named for the scout Jim Bridger. Residents originally wanted to name the town after George Town, one of the original settlers, but Town encouraged residents to name the newly founded town after his old friend Jim Bridger. The Bridger Trail passes to the southeast of the town of Bridger. Show on map
BillingsThe Billings Metropolitan Statistical Area is the largest and fastest growing metropolitan area in the U.S. state of Montana. Located in the south central portion of the state, its population was 166,855 at the 2014 United States Census estimate. It is located in Carbon and Yellowstone counties, and has one of the geographically largest trade, cultural, business and medical areas in the United States; this includes all of Montana, northern Wyoming and the western Dakotas. Show on map
BrockwayBrockway is an unincorporated community in southern McCone County, Montana, United States located near the Redwater River. At the 2000 census, the Brockway area had a population of approximately 140 people.Brockway is located near the junction of Montana Highway 200 and Montana Secondary Highway 253 along the recently designated Big Sky Back Country Byway, approximately 10 miles southwest of Circle, Montana. Brockway is home to the annual Brockway Dairy Day Rodeo. Show on map
SandersSanders is an unincorporated community in northeastern Treasure County, Montana, United States, along the Yellowstone River. It lies along local roads east of the town of Hysham, the county seat of Treasure County. Its elevation is 2,602 feet (793 m). Sanders' post office first opened on 1904-03-30 and closed on 1905-10-14, only to be reopened on 1906-12-01. Although the post office finally closed on 1994-07-29, the community still has a separate ZIP code of 59076. Show on map
RaynesfordAccording to the Köppen Climate Classification system, Raynesford has a semi-arid climate, abbreviated \"BSk\" on climate maps. Show on map
AlbertonAlberton is a town in Mineral County, Montana, United States. The population was 420 at the 2010 census. It was named for Albert J. Earling, president of the Chicago, Milwaukee, St. Paul and Pacific Railroad. Alberton was the location of a major chlorine chemical release in 1996. Alberton is the home of Northwest Indian Bible School, a Bible-training institution founded and operated by the Allegheny Wesleyan Methodist Connection (Original Allegheny Conference.) Show on map
Fort BentonFort Benton is a city in and the county seat of Chouteau County, Montana, United States. A portion of the city was designated as a National Historic Landmark District in 1961. Established in 1846, a full generation beforethe U.S. Civil War, Fort Benton is one of the oldest settlements in the American West; in contrast, many other places—including large cities today—were settled in thelate 1860s, 1870s, or 1880s. The population was 1,464 at the 2010 census. Show on map
BynumBynum is an unincorporated community and census-designated place in Teton County, Montana, United States, about 13 miles north of Choteau. Its population was 31 as of the 2010 census. Bynum is the site of a one-room country school, a general store, post office, an agate shop, and Two Medicine Dinosaur Center, which provides displays and educational programs about dinosaurs. The town's name is derived from name of a family of early settlers in the area. Show on map
BoydBoyd is a census-designated place and unincorporated community in Carbon County, Montana, United States. As of the 2010 census it had a population of 35. Boyd was a stop on the Northern Pacific Railway en route to Red Lodge. A post office was first established at Boyd on March 12, 1909 with Roland N. Doughty as the town's first postmaster. Since December 3, 1965, the office has operated as a rural station or a CPO of Roberts with the ZIP code of 59013. Show on map
AlzadaAlzada, also Stoneville is an unincorporated community and census-designated place in Carter County in the southeastern corner of the U.S. state of Montana. As of the 2010 census it had a population of 29. It is located at the intersection of U.S. Route 212 with Montana Secondary Highways 323 and 326, near the Wyoming and South Dakota borders. The Little Missouri River flows northwards to the west of the community. Alzada is in the Mountain Time Zone. Show on map
KalispellKalispell is a city in, and the county seat of Flathead County, Montana. The 2015 Census estimates put Kalispell's population at 22,052. The Kalispell Micropolitan Statistical Area has a population of 93,068 and it is the largest city and commercial center of northwest Montana. The name Kalispell is a Salish word meaning \"flat land above the lake\". Kalispell is also the gateway to Glacier National Park. Show on map
LutherLuther is an unincorporated community in Carbon County, Montana, United States. Luther lies on Montana Highway 78 southeast of Roscoe and northwest of Red Lodge. Although it is unincorporated, Luther has a post office with a ZIP code of 59068. On March 12, 1902, the Post Office was established as \"Linley, MT,\" with Walter R. Linley as the postmaster. It was officially changed to \"Luther\" on March 4, 1907, with Grace R. Luther named as postmaster. Show on map
Lame DeerLame Deer (Meaveʼhoʼeno in Cheyenne) is a census-designated place (CDP) in Rosebud County, Montana. The community is named after the Miniconjou Lakota chief Lame Deer who was killed by the U.S. Army in 1877 under a flag of truce south of the town. It is the tribal and government agency headquarters of the Northern Cheyenne Indian Reservation, home of the Chief Dull Knife College and hosts the annual Northern Cheyenne Powwow. Show on map
MelstoneMelstone is a town in far eastern Musselshell County, Montana, United States, along U.S. Route 12. The population was 96 at the 2010 census. The town was established in 1908 as a base for operating crews on the Chicago, Milwaukee, St. Paul and Pacific Railroad, then under construction in Montana. Although the railroad was abandoned in 1980, Melstone survives as a community center for farmers and ranchers in the lower Musselshell River valley. Show on map
PolebridgePolebridge is an unincorporated community in Flathead County, Montana, United States, 35 miles (56 km) northwest of Columbia Falls in the northwestern part of the state. This community is named for the log bridge that formerly connected the \"inner\" North Fork Road in Glacier National Park to the \"outer\" North Fork Road which leads to Montana Secondary Highway 486, over the North Fork Flathead River. Polebridge lies near the Canada–United States border. Show on map
LoloLolo is a census-designated place (CDP) in Missoula County, Montana, United States. It is part of the Missoula Metropolitan Statistical Area. The population was 3,892 at the 2010 census, an increase from its population of 3,388 in 2000. It is home to Travelers' Rest State Park, a site where Lewis and Clark camped in 1805 and again in 1806. It is one of the few sites in the nation with physical confirmation of their visit. Show on map
Sweet GrassSweet Grass (also Sweetgrass) is a census-designated place and unincorporated community in Toole County, Montana, United States, on the Canada–US border. It is the northern terminus of Interstate 15, an important route connecting western Canada, the western United States, and Mexico. In 2004, a joint border facility opened at the Sweetgrass port of entry and Coutts, Alberta, housing both Canadian and American federal authorities. Show on map
WinifredWinifred is a town in north-central Fergus County, Montana, United States. The population was 208 at the 2010 census. Winifred was founded in 1913 as the terminus of a newly built branch line of the Chicago, Milwaukee, St. Paul and Pacific Railroad (\"the Milwaukee Road\"). It is popularly believed to have been named after one of the railroad owner's two daughters (the other being Christina, another small town about 15 miles away). Show on map
VandaliaVandalia is a small unincorporated community in Valley County, Montana, United States. It was established in 1904 with a post office and a store along the Hi-Line of the Great Northern Railway. The community's chief industry was the manufacture of bricks that were used in public buildings across Montana. Vandalia also shares its namesake with a local dam on the Milk River that diverts water for the Glasgow Irrigation District. Show on map
NeihartNeihart is a town in Cascade County, Montana, United States. It is located in the center of Little Belt Mountains. The population was 51 at the 2010 census. It is part of the Great Falls, Montana, Metropolitan Statistical Area. It is one of only three places in the world where Neihart quartzite—reddish, coarse-grained sandstone with interbedded dark-green sandstone and shale—may be found (the town gives the mineral its name). Show on map
Wolf PointWolf Point is a city in and the county seat of Roosevelt County, Montana, United States. The population was 2,621 at the 2010 census. It is the largest community on the Fort Peck Indian Reservation. Wolf Point is the home of the annual Wild Horse Stampede, held every year during the second weekend of July. Wolf Point's Wild Horse Stampede is the oldest rodeo in Montana, and has been called the \"Grandaddy of Montana Rodeos\". Show on map
FlatwillowFlatwillow (also Flatwillow Crossing) is an unincorporated community in southern Petroleum County, Montana, United States. It lies along local roads south of the town of Winnett, the county seat of Petroleum County. Its elevation is 3,225 feet (983 m). Flatwillow's post office first opened on March 27, 1883 and closed on April 15, 1907, only to be reopened on August 1, 1908. The post office was closed on April 30, 1946. Show on map
Cat CreekCat Creek (also Frantz or Frantzville) is an unincorporated community in eastern Petroleum County, Montana, United States. The Cat Creek community (also known as the Shay community) is located in Cat Creek Basin, in a \"fertile valley land\", 6 miles (9.7 km) miles long and 4 miles (6.4 km) wide, consisting of 16,000 acres. It lies along local roads east of the town of Winnett, the county seat of Petroleum County. Show on map
Four ButtesFour Buttes is an unincorporated community in Daniels County, Montana, United States. Four Buttes is located on Secondary Highway 248 8.5 miles (13.7 km) west of Scobey. The community is named for a group of four large buttes to its west. Four Buttes was founded in 1926 as a stop on the Great Northern Railway. Residents built a grain elevator along the railroad, allowing area farmers to export their products. Show on map
BoyesBoyes is an unincorporated community in southwestern Carter County, Montana, United States. It lies along U.S. Route 212 southwest of the town of Ekalaka, the county seat of Carter County. Its elevation is 3,330 feet (1,015 m), and it is located at 45°16′5″N 105°1′52″W / 45.26806°N 105.03111°W (45.2680420, -105.0310901). Although Boyes is unincorporated, it has a post office, with the ZIP code of 59316. Show on map
AldridgeAldridge is a ghost town in Park County, Montana. According to the book Ghost Towns of the Montana Prairie, the town was incorporated as Aldridge in 1906 but was earlier named Horr, and later Electric. Aldridge is a mining town that supplied coke and coal to the smelters for the Anaconda Copper Mining Company. Aldridge is located two miles north of the northern entrance to Yellowstone National Park. Show on map
RapeljeRapelje is an unincorporated community farming and ranching community in northern Stillwater County, Montana, United States. Rapelje was named for J. M. Rapelje, general manager and vice president of the Northern Pacific Railway. Rapelje area had a population of approximately 110 people as of the 2000 census. Rapelje is located 24 miles north of Columbus, Montana on Montana Secondary Highway 306. Show on map
PonyPony is an unincorporated community in northeastern Madison County, Montana, United States on the eastern edge of the Tobacco Root Mountains. The town gained its name from the nickname of one of its early miners, Tecumseth Smith, a small man nicknamed \"Pony\" because of his diminutive size. Settled in the 1860s, in the late nineteenth century, Pony was a prosperous gold-mining community with at least 5,000 residents. Mining operations declined in the early 20th century and all were closed by 1922. A number of historic buildings from Pony's boom era remain in the old town today. Show on map
PlainsPlains (Salish: ncc̓kʷi) is a town in Sanders County, Montana, United States. The population was 1,048 at the 2010 census. It was originally founded as Horse Plains and sometimes called Wild Horse Plains, as the local Indians would winter their horses here to feed on the grasses in the valley. The name was later shortened to Plains when the US Postal Service established a presence in 1905. Show on map
TeigenTeigen was an unincorporated community in western Petroleum County, Montana, United States, stretching along Highway 200 west of the town of Winnett, the county seat of Petroleum County. Its elevation was 3,192 feet (973 m). Teigen's post office opened on November 24, 1914, but although the post office was closed on December 21, 1983, the community still has a separate ZIP code of 59084. Show on map
BloomfieldBloomfield (formerly, Adams) is a small unincorporated community in Dawson County, Montana. It is located 23 miles (37 km) northeast of the Yellowstone River and the city of Glendive, Montana, which is the county seat for Dawson County. Bloomfield is inside area code 406 and has a post office with ZIP code 59315. The population of the community was 150 at the 2010 United States Census. Show on map
AbsarokeeAbsarokee (/æbˈsɔːrkiː/ ab-SOR-kee) is a census-designated place (CDP) in Stillwater County, Montana, United States, approximately 14 miles (23 km) south of Columbus on Highway 78. It is named after the Crow Indians who formerly inhabited the land. The population was 1,234 at the 2000 census. The Stillwater Mine, operated by the Stillwater Mining Company, is located near Absarokee. Show on map
DeckerDecker is an unincorporated community in Big Horn County, Montana, United States. Decker is located along Secondary Highway 314 15.5 miles (24.9 km) north-northeast of Sheridan. Decker has a post office with ZIP code 59025. The community is home to a one-room public school, the Spring Creek School; it has nine pupils and is one of 200 one-room public schools in the United States. Show on map
Canyon CreekCanyon Creek is an unincorporated community in Lewis and Clark County, Montana, United States. Canyon Creek is located along Secondary Highway 279 18 miles (29 km) northwest of Helena. The community had a post office until January 16, 1993; it still has its own ZIP code, 59633. The community's name comes from a nearby tributary of the Missouri River, which flows through a canyon. Show on map
MelvilleMelville is an unincorporated community in northern Sweet Grass County, Montana, United States. It lies along local roads just west of U.S. Route 191, north of the city of Big Timber, the county seat of Sweet Grass County. Its elevation is 5,020 feet (1,530 m). Although Melville is unincorporated, it has a post office, with the ZIP code of 59055, which opened on 4 January 1883. Show on map
Big SandyBig Sandy is a town in Chouteau County, Montana, United States. The population was 598 at the 2010 census. Big Sandy, Montana, is where the Big Bud 747, the largest farm tractor in the world, is located. The Lewis and Clark Trail, following U.S. Route 87, goes through Big Sandy and in 2011 the town was named in a list of \"Most Livable Small Towns\" by Montana Outdoors magazine. Show on map
FlowereeFloweree is an unincorporated community in Chouteau County, Montana, United States. Floweree is 18 miles (29 km) west-southwest of Fort Benton. The community is named for Daniel Floweree, a Texas cattle rancher who established his F Triangle Ranch in the area in the late 19th century. Floweree had its own post office from 1910 to 2004 and still has its own ZIP code, 59440. Show on map
BusbyBusby is a census-designated place (CDP) in Big Horn County, Montana, United States. It is on the Northern Cheyenne reservation. The population was 745 at the 2010 census. The town is near the site of the Battle of the Rosebud and the associated Rosebud Battlefield State Park, where General George Custer forces encountered Sioux and Cheyenne forces led by Crazy Horse. Show on map
AugustaAugusta is a census-designated place (CDP) in Lewis and Clark County, Montana, United States. The population was 315 at the 2015 census. The most accepted version in the naming of the town is after Augusta Hogan, thought to be the first child born in the town, the daughter of D. J. Hogan, an early rancher. Augusta is part of the Helena Micropolitan Statistical Area. Show on map
SidneySidney is a city in and the county seat of Richland County, Montana, United States, less than 10 mi (16 km) away from the North Dakota border. The population was 5,191 at the 2010 census. The city lies along the Yellowstone River and is in proximity to the badlands of the Dakotas. Sidney is approximately midway between Glendive, Montana and Williston, North Dakota. Show on map
HuntleyHuntley is a census-designated place (CDP) in Yellowstone County, Montana, United States. The population was 411 at the 2000 census. Huntley lent its name to the Huntley Project, a federal irrigation project that began delivering water to the arid district in 1907. Today, Huntley is an eastern suburb of Billings and is located east of Shepherd and west of Worden. Show on map
Silver BowSilver Bow is a neighborhood in Butte, Montana, United States. It lies near the interchange of Interstate 15 and Interstate 90, near Rocker. Silver Bow is at Exit 119 off I-15, near the Port of Montana. It is well known locally as the location of the Silver Bow Twin Drive-In. Silver Bow has no school. The school is located approximately 2 miles west in Ramsay. Show on map
Square ButteSquare Butte is an unincorporated community in Chouteau County, Montana, United States. Square Butte is located along Montana Highway 80 6.8 miles (10.9 km) south-southeast of Geraldine. The Square Butte Jail, Square Butte School, and West Quincy Granite Quarry, all of which are listed on the National Register of Historic Places, are located in Square Butte. Show on map
CondonCondon is an unincorporated community and census-designated place in Missoula County, Montana, United States. Its population was 343 as of the 2010 census. Condon is the site of a U.S. post office, using ZIP Code 59826, which opened on July 1, 1952. Mission Mountain School is located in the community and the U.S. Forest Service operates an airport in Condon. Show on map
AshlandAshland is a census-designated place (CDP) in Rosebud County, Montana, United States. The population was 464 at the 2000 census. Ashland is immediately east of the boundary of the Northern Cheyenne Indian Reservation and the location of the St. Labre Indian Catholic High School, established in 1884 as a boarding school by a Catholic mission to the Cheyenne. Show on map
ShepherdShepherd is a census-designated place (CDP) in Yellowstone County, Montana, United States. The population was 193 at the 2000 census. Shepherd is a Billings suburb located to the northeast. The unincorporated town was named after R.E. Shepherd, a prominent early settler and owner of the Billings Land and Irrigation Company and the Merchants National Bank. Show on map
WalkervilleWalkerville is a town in Silver Bow County, Montana, United States. The population was 675 at the 2010 census. Walkerville is a suburb of Butte. Part of Walkerville is included in the Butte-Anaconda Historic District. Walkerville represents some of the earliest mines in the district and preserves the early mining camp flavor present in the 1890s to 1910s. Show on map
OtterOtter is an unincorporated community in southwestern Powder River County, Montana, United States, in the Custer National Forest. It lies along local roads southwest of the town of Broadus, the county seat of Powder River County. Its elevation is 3,484 feet (1,062 m). Although Otter is unincorporated, it has a post office, with the ZIP code of 59062. Show on map
MorganMorgan is an unincorporated community in Phillips County, Montana, United States. Morgan is located at the Canada–United States border on U.S. Route 191, 44 miles (71 km) north of Malta. In the footnotes of The Big Roads (2011) by Earl Swift, the author says that Morgan is the U.S. settlement farthest away (191.4 miles) from an Interstate highway. Show on map
HamiltonHamilton (Salish: čɫc̓lc̓lé ) is a city in and the county seat of Ravalli County, Montana, United States. The population was 4,348 at the 2010 census. Significant outlying population growth is shown in the area; the ZIP Code Tabulation Area for Hamilton's ZIP Code, 59840, had a population of 12,979 at the United States Census Bureau 2013 estimate. Show on map
BiddleBiddle is a census-designated place in southeastern Powder River County, Montana, United States, near the Little Powder River. It lies along Highway 59, just south of Ranch Creek Road, and south of the town of Broadus, the county seat of Powder River County. Its elevation is 3,337 feet (1,017 m). A post office was established in Biddle in 1916. Show on map
EmigrantEmigrant is an unincorporated community in Park County, Montana, United States. As of the 2010 census, the ZIP Code Tabulation Area (59027) for Emigrant had a population of 372. Emigrant is located in southern Montana, on the Yellowstone River, about 30 miles (48 km) north of Yellowstone National Park, and 20 miles (32 km) south of Livingston. Show on map
SonnetteSonnette is an unincorporated community in west central Powder River County, Montana, United States. The community is situated near the headwaters of Pumpkin Creek, just west of the Custer National Forest. It lies along local roads northwest of the town of Broadus, the county seat of Powder River County. Its elevation is 3,766 feet (1,148 m). Show on map
CohagenCohagen is an unincorporated community in southeastern Garfield County, Montana, United States. It lies along Highway 59 southeast of the town of Jordan, the county seat of Garfield County. Its elevation is 2,720 feet (829 m). Although Cohagen is unincorporated, it has a post office, with the ZIP code of 59322, which opened on 1905-08-18. Show on map
BrusettBrusett is an unincorporated community in northwestern Garfield County, Montana, United States. It lies along local roads west of the town of Jordan, the county seat of Garfield County. Its elevation is 2,904 feet (885 m). Although Brusett is unincorporated, it has a post office, with the ZIP code of 59318, which opened on 1916-05-29. Show on map
AngelaAngela is a small unincorporated community in Rosebud County, Montana. It is located 25 miles (40 km) northwest of Miles City along Montana Highway 59 at an elevation of 2923 feet (891 m). Angela is inside area code 406 and has a post office with ZIP code 59312. The population of the community was 31 at the 2010 United States Census. Show on map
ActonActon is an unincorporated community in northwestern Yellowstone County, Montana, United States. It has a postal ZIP code (59002) and lies along Montana Highway 3 northwest of the city of Billings, the county seat of Yellowstone County. Its elevation is 3,802 feet (1,159 m), and it is located at coordinates |45|55|50|N|108|40|51|W| Show on map
RobertsRoberts is a census-designated place and unincorporated town in Carbon County, Montana, United States. As of the 2010 census it had a population of 361. It is home to the Roberts School District, which enrolls 64 students as of 2013. A former settlement named Roberts was located at 45°21′28″N 109°10′08″W / 45.35778°N 109.16889°W. Show on map
GreycliffGreycliff is a census-designated place (CDP) in Sweet Grass County, Montana, United States. The population was 56 at the 2000 census. Greycliff Prairie Dog Town State Park is located at the east edge of town. Visitors can view the black-tailed prairie dog community and their mayor, Al Bino, and learn through interactive displays. Show on map
BeavertonBeaverton is an unincorporated community in Valley County, Montana, United States located near Beaver Creek on the Valley County/Phillips County line. The community itself is all but a ghost town, with First Creek Seeds being the only remaining feature. Beaverton is halfway between the town of Saco and the community of Hinsdale. 1950 is the last year Beaverton was included as its own district in the U.S. Census. Show on map
Chico Hot SpringsChico Hot Springs Resort and Day Spa is a resort that is located near Pray, Montana. It is approximately 30 miles north of Yellowstone National Park. Beginning in 1900, the natural hot springs has been gradually turned into a vacation resort. The resort consists of two pools, a bar, restaurant, hotel, and log cabins for lodging. Show on map
LewistownLewistown is a city in and the county seat of Fergus County, Montana, United States. The population was 5,901 at the 2010 census. Lewistown is located in central Montana, the geographic center of the state, southeast of Great Falls. First planned in 1882, it was the site of an 1880s gold rush. Show on map
PolsonPolson is a city in Lake County, Montana, United States, on the southern shore of Flathead Lake. It is also on the Flathead Indian Reservation. The population was 4,488 at the 2010 census. It is the county seat of Lake County. The city was named after pioneer rancher David Polson. Show on map
PowdervillePowderville, also Elkhorn Crossing is an unincorporated community in northeastern Powder River County, Montana, United States, along the Powder River. It is a small cluster of buildings that lies along local roads northeast of the town of Broadus, the county seat of Powder River County. Its elevation is 2,828 feet (862 m). Show on map
RiminiRimini, ['rɪm ə naj] Montana is a ghost town which is one of the oldest mining districts in the state. It was established when silver lodes were discovered in 1864. Other names for the town were Lewis and Clark, Tenmile, Vaughn, Colorado, and Bear Gulch. It was the site of Camp Rimini, which trained dogs for use in WWII. Show on map
WickesWickes is a ghost town in Jefferson County, Montana, United States located about five miles west of Jefferson City, Montana, and can be reached from the I 15 Jefferson city intersection and following Corbin Road until it intersects into Wickes Road at the old Corbin townsite, which is itself a historic mining community. Show on map
MyersMyers is an unincorporated community in central Treasure County, Montana, United States, along the Yellowstone River. It lies along local roads west of the town of Hysham, the county seat of Treasure County. Its elevation is 2,680 feet (817 m). Myers' post office opened on October 31, 1911 and closed November 7, 1975. Show on map
LarslanLarslan is an unincorporated community in Valley County, Montana, United States. Larslan is 20 miles (32 km) northeast of St. Marie. The community has a post office with ZIP code 59244. Next to the post office there is an old one-room school house, play structure and basketball court where Larslan kids went to school. Show on map
RoyRoy is an unincorporated community and a Census-designated place in Fergus County, Montana, United States. The community is located along U.S. Highway 191 in northeastern Fergus County. Although it is unincorporated, Roy has a post office, with the ZIP code of 59471. As of the census of 2010, there were 108 people. Show on map
HavreHavre (/ˈhævər/ HAV-ər) is the county seat and largest town in Montana’s Hill County. It is said to be named after the city of Le Havre in France. As of 2015, the U.S. Census Bureau estimated the city’s population was 9,834. Show on map
Belle CreekBelle Creek (also Bell Creek) is an unincorporated community in southeastern Powder River County, Montana, United States. It lies along local roads southeast of the town of Broadus, the county seat of Powder River County. Its elevation is 3,570 feet (1,088 m), and it is located at about (45.1258190, -105.1049831). Show on map
ChinookChinook is a city in and the county seat of Blaine County, Montana, United States. The population was 1,203 at the 2010 census. Points of interest are the Bear Paw Battlefield Museum located in the small town's center and the Bear Paw Battlefield, located just twenty miles south of Chinook. Show on map
GraniteGranite is a ghost town in Granite County, Montana, United States, east of the town of Philipsburg. Granite thrived as a silver mining town in the 1890s, but is now completely deserted. The state of Montana maintains the mine superintendent's house and the ruins of the union hall as Granite Ghost Town State Park. Show on map
FallonFallon is an unincorporated small town in Prairie County, Montana, United States. The population was 164 at the 2010 census., although, as the town name has been co-opted for use by the United States Census Bureau as a census-designated place, this figure may include persons living well outside the town's limits. Show on map
RoosvilleRoosville is an unincorporated community and United States Port of Entry on the Canada–United States border in Lincoln County, Montana, at the terminus of US Highway 93. The locality on the Canadian side of the border is also named Roosville and is the southern terminus of British Columbia provincial highway 93. Show on map
Bonner-West RiversideBonner-West Riverside (Salish: Nʔaycčstm, \"Place of the Big Bull Trout\") is a census-designated place (CDP) in Missoula County, Montana, United States. It is part of the Missoula, Montana Metropolitan Statistical Area. The population was 1,663 at the 2010 census, a decline from its population of 1,693 in 2000. Show on map
VaughnVaughn is a census-designated place (CDP) in Cascade County, Montana, United States. The population was 658 at the 2010 census. It is part of the Great Falls, Montana Metropolitan Statistical Area. It is named for Montana pioneer Robert Vaughn, whose homestead on the Vaughn Ranch encompassed part of the town. Show on map
PhilipsburgPhilipsburg is a town in and the county seat of Granite County, Montana, United States. The population was 820 at the 2010 census. The town was named after the famous mining engineer Philip Deidesheimer, who designed and supervised the construction of the ore smelter around which the town originally formed. Show on map
QuietusQuietus is the site of a former town, centered on a post office now closed, and a community in the surrounding area. It was located in Big Horn County, Montana. No one lives at the site of the former town. The surrounding area is now an unincorporated community. It appears on the U.S. Geological Survey Map. Show on map
MonidaMonida is an unincorporated community in Beaverhead County, Montana, United States. Monida is located on Interstate 15 at the top of Monida Pass, 14.7 miles (23.7 km) east-southeast of Lima. The community is situated on the Continental Divide at the Idaho state line. It has a permanent population of two. Show on map
ShawmutShawmut is a census-designated place and unincorporated community in Wheatland County, Montana, United States. Its population was 42 as of the 2010 census. Shawmut has a post office with ZIP code 59078, which opened on October 27, 1885. The community is located along U.S. Route 12 and Montana Highway 3. Show on map
FishtailFishtail is a small unincorporated community in Stillwater County, Montana, United States. It is located on the West Rosebud River. Well known locations include the Cowboy Bar, Potter's Rock Shop and Coffee House, and the Fishtail General Store, founded in 1900. Its post office has a zip code of 59028. Show on map
Big SkyBig Sky is a census-designated place (CDP) in Gallatin and Madison counties in southwestern Montana. It is forty-five miles southwest of Bozeman. This unincorporated community straddles the two counties, is not considered a town, and has no town government. The primary industry of the area is tourism. Show on map
Del BonitaDel Bonita, also known as Port of Del Bonita, is a unincorporated community in Glacier County, Montana, United States. Its elevation is 4,363 feet (1,330 m) and it is located at 48°59′53″N 112°47′17″W / 48.99806°N 112.78806°W. It is on the Canada–United States border, south of Del Bonita, Alberta. Show on map
CusterCuster is a census-designated place (CDP) in Yellowstone County, Montana, United States. The population was 145 at the 2000 census. This community bears the name of U.S. Army General George Armstrong Custer who was defeated and killed at the Battle of Little Big Horn, which took place nearby in 1876. Show on map
HaysHays is a census-designated place (CDP) in Blaine County, Montana, United States. The population was 843 at the 2010 census. The community lies within the Fort Belknap Indian Reservation, near the reservation's southern end. The nearby community of Lodge Pole lies to the east. Show on map
ClintonClinton is a census-designated place (CDP) in Missoula County, Montana, United States. It is part of the 'Missoula, Montana Metropolitan Statistical Area'. The CDP was named for General Sir Henry Clinton. The population was 1,052 at the 2010 census, an increase from its population of 549 in 2000. Show on map
UticaUtica is a small unincorporated community in west-central Judith Basin County, Montana, United States, approximately 40 miles from Lewistown at the intersections of Pig Eye Road, Montana Route 239 (the \"Utica highway\"), and Montana Route 541. Yogo sapphires were found near Utica in the mid-1890s. Show on map
West GlacierWest Glacier is an unincorporated community and census-designated place (CDP) in eastern Flathead County, Montana, United States. As of the 2010 census it had a population of 227. The town is at the west entrance to Glacier National Park and is located on U.S. Route 2 and a main line of the BNSF Railway. The headquarters complex for Glacier National Park is located nearby. Show on map
RicheyRichey is a town in Dawson County, Montana, United States. It is located to the north of Glendive, the county seat. The population was 177 at the 2010 census. The town has a strong agriculture economy with wheat, oats and barley as the main crops as well as significant cattle and sheep ranches. Show on map
SpringdaleSpringdale is a census-designated place and unincorporated community in Park County, Montana, United States. Its population was 42 as of the 2010 census. The community is located near Interstate 90 and the Yellowstone River. Although it is unincorporated, Sringdale has its own ZIP code, 59082. Show on map
PlevnaPlevna is a town in Fallon County, Montana, United States. The population was 162 at the 2010 census. Plevna was founded in 1909 along the Milwaukee Road transcontinental rail line known as the Pacific Extension. Bulgarian railroad workers named the town after the city of Pleven in Bulgaria. Show on map
MuddyMuddy or Heóvonėheo'hé'e (Muddy Creek. Lit: yellow-paint-creek) is a census-designated place (CDP) in Big Horn County, Montana, United States and home to the Heóvonėheo'hé'etaneo'o or Heóvonêheo'he'é-taneno (″Muddy Creek people″) Cheyenne people. The population was 617 at the 2010 census. Show on map
YaakYaak is an unincorporated community and census-designated place in Lincoln County, Montana, United States. It is located along the Yaak River, within the Kootenai National Forest. As of the 2010 census, its population was 248. It has frequently been noted on lists of unusual place names. Show on map
RavalliRavalli (Salish: sk̓ʷɫólqʷe, sk̓ʷɫʔó) is a census-designated place (CDP) in Lake County, Montana, United States. The population was 119 at the 2000 census. At one time Charlie Allard, the country's leading expert on breeding bison, owned the country's largest herd of buffalo in Ravalli. Show on map
WhitefishWhitefish (Salish: epɫx̣ʷy̓u, \"has whitefish\") is a city in Flathead County, Montana, United States. The population was 6,357 at the 2010 census. It is home to a ski resort on Big Mountain called Whitefish Mountain Resort. Former Montana Governor Brian Schweitzer hails from Whitefish. Show on map
EvaroEvaro is a census-designated place (CDP) in Missoula County, Montana, United States. It is part of the Missoula, Montana Metropolitan Statistical Area. The population was 322 at the 2010 census, a decrease from its population of 329 in 2000. Show on map
ChicoChico Sometimes called \"Old Chico\" to distinguish it from the nearby Chico Hot springs Resort. Chico is an unincorporated community in Park County, Montana, United States. The population of Chico was 15 as of 2010. Chico currently shares a postal ZIP code 59027 with nearby Emigrant. Show on map
DagmarDagmar is an unincorporated community in northeastern Sheridan County, Montana, United States. The town was established in 1906 by early Danish immigrants to the area. Dagmar currently has a general store and a post office which operated since 1907. Dagmar's school closed in 1996. Show on map
Coffee CreekCoffee Creek is an unincorporated community in Fergus County, Montana, United States. It is located along Montana Highway 81 in west central Fergus County, several miles northwest of Denton. Although it is unincorporated, Coffee Creek has a post office, with the ZIP code of 59424. Show on map
OliveOlive (also Rocky Point) is an unincorporated community in north central Powder River County, Montana, United States. It lies along Highway 59 northwest of the town of Broadus, the county seat of Powder River County. Its elevation is 3,232 feet (985 m). The post office has closed. Show on map
Cut BankCut Bank is a city in and the county seat of Glacier County, Montana, United States, located just east-south-east of the \"cut bank\" (gorge) geographical feature which formed canyon-like along the eponymously named Cut Bank Creek river. The population was 2,919 at the 2010 census. Show on map
DuttonDutton is a town in Teton County, Montana, United States. The population was 316 at the 2010 census. Dutton lost population from the 2010 census by 73 people of 18% of its population. It is also considered the Wheat Capital of Montana and is located in the Golden Triangle region. Show on map
GarrisonGarrison is a census-designated place (CDP) in Powell County, Montana, United States. The population was 112 at the 2000 census. The traditional Salish name for Garrison Junction is snx̣ʷq̓pusaqs. Groups would split up here, with some going towards Helena, others towards Butte. Show on map
GrantsdaleGrantsdale is an unincorporated community in Ravalli County, Montana, United States. Grantsdale is located near U.S. Route 93 and Montana Highway 38 3 miles (4.8 km) south of Hamilton. The community had a post office until October 29, 1988; it still has its own ZIP code, 59835. Show on map
HathawayHathaway is an unincorporated community in Rosebud County, Montana, United States. Hathaway is located at Exit 117 on Interstate 94, roughly 20 miles (32 km) west-southwest of Miles City. The community had a post office until July 29, 1995; it still has its own ZIP code, 59333. Show on map
Lodge PoleLodge Pole is a census-designated place (CDP) in Blaine County, Montana, United States. The population was 265 at the 2010 census. It lies within the Fort Belknap Indian Reservation, near the reservation's southern end. The nearby community of Hays lies to its west-southwest. Show on map
Twin BridgesTwin Bridges is a town in Madison County, Montana, United States. It lies at the confluence of the Ruby, Beaverhead and Big Hole Rivers which form the Jefferson River. Twin Bridges is a well-known fly fishing mecca for trout anglers. The population was 375 at the 2010 census. Show on map
Silver StarSilver Star is an unincorporated community in Madison County, Montana, United States. Silver Star is located on Montana Highway 41 10.3 miles (16.6 km) north-northeast of Twin Bridges. The community has a post office in operation today, and still has its own ZIP code, 59751. Show on map
ComancheComanche is an unincorporated community in Yellowstone County, Montana. It lies on Montana Highway 3, 16 miles northwest of the city of Billings and shares a postal ZIP code with Acton (59002). Its elevation is 3,747 ft. (1142 m.), its coordinates are 45|59|51|N|108|46|24|W Show on map
KilaKila is a census-designated place and unincorporated community in Flathead County, Montana, United States. Its population was 392 as of the 2010 census. Kila has a post office with ZIP code 59920, which opened on May 27, 1901. The community is located along U.S. Route 2. Show on map
UlmUlm is a census-designated place (CDP) in Cascade County, Montana, United States. It was originally a large ranch owned by Indiana-born cattleman William Ulm. The population was 738 at the 2010 census. It is part of the Great Falls, Montana Metropolitan Statistical Area. Show on map
TarkioTarkio is a unincorporated community in Montana, located in Mineral County. Tarkio falls in Mountain Time Zone (MST/MDT) and observes daylight saving time. Tarkio's elevation is 2,940 feet (896 m) above sea level. Tarkio is approximately 40 miles outside of Missoula, MT. Show on map
HomesteadHomestead is an unincorporated community in Sheridan County, Montana, United States. Homestead is located along a railroad 5.8 miles (9.3 km) south-southwest of Medicine Lake. The community had a post office until November 19, 1994; it still has its own ZIP code, 59242. Show on map
SilesiaSilesia is a census-designated place and unincorporated community in Carbon County, Montana, United States. As of the 2010 census it had a population of 96. The town was named after the region of Silesia in Central Europe by Julius Lehrkind, an immigrant from Silesia. Show on map
JardineJardine is a small, unincorporated village in Park County, Montana, USA. The town lies just to the north of Gardiner on inactive travertine terraces, much like those at Mammoth Hot Springs in nearby Yellowstone National Park. The town's chief industry was a gold mine. Show on map
Virginia CityVirginia City is a town in and the county seat of Madison County, Montana, United States. In 1961 the town and the surrounding area were designated a National Historic Landmark District, the Virginia City Historic District. The population was 190 at the 2010 census. Show on map
DarbyDarby (Salish: snk̓ʷɫxʷexʷem̓i, \"Place Where They Would Lift Something\") is a town in Ravalli County, Montana, United States. The population was 720 at the 2010 census. Darby is located near the southwestern border of Montana and Idaho, along the Continental Divide. Show on map
CorbinCorbin is an unincorporated community and Ghost Town in Jefferson County, Montana, United States about 2 miles West of Jefferson City and accessible from the I 15 Jefferson City intersection and following Corbin Road. Corbin is part of the Helena micropolitan area. Show on map
MaltaMalta (/ˈmɒltə/ MAL-tə) is a city in, and the county seat of, Phillips County, Montana, United States, located at the intersection of U.S. Routes 2 and 191. The population was 1,997 at the 2010 census. Show on map
LothairLothair is an unincorporated community in Liberty County, Montana, United States. Lothair is located on U.S. Route 2 and the Hi-Line 12.5 miles (20.1 km) west of Chester. The community had a post office until December 17, 2005; it still has its own ZIP code, 59456. Show on map
PolarisPolaris is an unincorporated community in Beaverhead County, Montana, United States. Although it is unincorporated, Polaris has a post office with a ZIP code of 59746. Polaris lies on rural roads southeast of Wisdom. Maverick Mountain Ski Area is based in Polaris. Show on map
DupuyerDupuyer is a census-designated place and unincorporated community in Pondera County, Montana, United States. Its population was 86 as of the 2010 census. The community is located along U.S. Route 89 and Dupuyer Creek. Dupuyer has a post office with ZIP code 59432. Show on map
HinsdaleHinsdale is a CDP, CCD, and unincorporated community in Valley County, Montana, United States. The town's population was 217 and the community's population as a whole was 583 as of the 2010 census. The community is located on the Milk River and U.S. Route 2, with Montana Highway 537 headed north out of town and South Bench Road crossing the railroad tracks and heading south out of town. Hinsdale has a post office with ZIP code 59241. Show on map
KerrKERR (750 AM, \"KERR Country\") is a radio station licensed to serve Polson, Montana. The station is owned by Anderson Radio Broadcasting, Inc. It airs a Country music format. The station was assigned the KERR call letters by the Federal Communications Commission. Show on map
RimrockRimrock is a populated place located in Yellowstone County at 45°48′07″N 108°42′11″W / 45.802°N 108.703°W. The elevation is 3,468 feet. Rimrock appears on the Rimrock U.S. Geological Survey Map. Yellowstone County is in the Mountain Time Zone (UTC -7 hours). Show on map
WillardWillard is an unincorporated community in Fallon County, Montana, United States. Willard is located on Montana Highway 7 13 miles (21 km) south-southwest of Baker. The community had a post office until September 9, 1995; it still has its own ZIP code, 59354. Show on map
HelmvilleHelmville is an unincorporated community in Powell County, Montana, United States. Helmville is located in the central section of the county near Montana Highway 141, 13 miles (21 km) southeast of Ovando. The community has a post office with ZIP code 59843. Show on map
East MissoulaEast Missoula is a census-designated place (CDP) in Missoula County, Montana, United States. It is part of the 'Missoula, Montana Metropolitan Statistical Area'. The population was 2,157 at the 2010 census, an increase from its population of 2,070 in 2000. Show on map
Medicine LakeMedicine Lake is a town in Sheridan County, Montana, United States. The population was 225 at the 2010 census. On July 5, 1937, Medicine Lake recorded a temperature of 117 °F (47 °C), setting the record for the highest temperature ever recorded in Montana. Show on map
MoltMolt is an unincorporated rural village located in Stillwater County, Montana, and has a post office serving ZIP code (59057), a hardware store, a cafe and several granaries. The elevation is 3,966 feet. Molt appears on the Molt U.S. Geological Survey Map. Show on map
Orchard HomesOrchard Homes is a census-designated place (CDP) in Missoula County, Montana, United States. It is part of the 'Missoula, Montana Metropolitan Statistical Area'. The population was 5,197 at the 2010 census, a decrease from its population of 5,199 in 2000. Show on map
LindsayLindsay is an unincorporated community in Dawson County, Montana, United States. Lindsay is located on Montana Highway 200S and the Upper Sevenmile Creek 22.3 miles (35.9 km) west-northwest of Glendive. The community has a post office with ZIP code 59339. Show on map
GalataGalata is an unincorporated community in Toole County, Montana, United States. Galata is located along the Hi-Line near U.S. Route 2, 23.2 miles (37.3 km) east of Shelby. The community has a post office with ZIP code 59444, which opened on July 12, 1902. Show on map
JacksonJackson is an unincorporated community in Beaverhead County, Montana, United States. Although it is unincorporated, Jackson has a post office with a ZIP code of 59736. Jackson lies on Montana Secondary Highway 278 south of Wisdom and northwest of Dillon. Show on map
Seeley LakeSeeley Lake is a census-designated place (CDP) in Missoula County, Montana, United States. It is part of the 'Missoula, Montana Metropolitan Statistical Area'. The population was 1,659 at the 2010 census, an increase from its population of 1,436 in 2000. Show on map
RedstoneRedstone is an unincorporated community in Sheridan County, Montana, United States. Redstone is located on Montana Highway 5 18 miles (29 km) west of Plentywood. The community had a post office until March 9, 2013; it still has its own ZIP code, 59257. Show on map
AlderAlder is a census-designated place (CDP) in Madison County, Montana, United States. The population was 116 at the 2000 census. Alder takes its name from Alder Creek (named by Henry Edgar in 1863), the site of the second major gold discovery in Montana. Show on map
ChesterChester is a town in and the county seat of Liberty County, Montana, United States. The population was 847 at the 2010 census, but is now believed to be about 1,025 people. Show on map
FrenchtownFrenchtown is a census-designated place (CDP) in Missoula County, Montana, United States. It is part of the 'Missoula, Montana Metropolitan Statistical Area'. The population was 1,825 at the 2010 census, an increase from its population of 883 in 2000. Show on map
KinseyKinsey is an unincorporated community in Custer County, Montana, United States. Kinsey is located on Secondary Highway 489 near the Yellowstone River, 14.2 miles (22.9 km) northeast of Miles City. The community has a post office with ZIP code 59338. Show on map
PabloPablo is a census-designated place (CDP) in Lake County, Montana, United States. The population was 1,814 at the 2000 census. It is the seat of government of the Flathead Indian Reservation. Show on map
MoorheadMoorhead (also Moorehead, and Franklin) is an unincorporated community in southern Powder River County, Montana, United States. It lies along Moorhead road about 35 miles (56 km) south of the town of Broadus, the county seat of Powder River County. Show on map
CraneCrane is a census-designated place and unincorporated community in Richland County, Montana, United States. Its population was 102 as of the 2010 census. Crane has a post office with ZIP code 59217. Montana Highway 16 passes through the community. Show on map
HesperHesper is an unincorporated community in Western Yellowstone County, Montana, United States. It is located Northeast of Laurel and west of Billings. The elevation is 3,327 feet (1014 m..) Hesper appears on the Mossmain U.S. Geological Survey Map. Show on map
MilltownMilltown is an unincorporated community in Missoula County, Montana, United States. Milltown is located along Interstate 90 and Montana Highway 200 5.5 miles (8.9 km) east of downtown Missoula. The community has a post office with ZIP code 59851. Show on map
AmsterdamAmsterdam is a census-designated place (CDP) in Gallatin County, Montana, United States. The population was 180 at the 2010 census. It is part of the Bozeman, MT Micropolitan Statistical Area. It was formerly part of the Amsterdam-Churchill CDP. Show on map
South BrowningSouth Browning is a census-designated place (CDP) in Glacier County, Montana, United States. The population was 1,677 at the 2000 census. South Browning is a rural village on the Blackfeet Indian Reservation. It is near to the town of Browning. Show on map
OlneyOlney is a census-designated place and unincorporated community in Flathead County, Montana, United States. Its population was 191 as of the 2010 census. Olney has a post office with ZIP code 59927. The community is located along U.S. Route 93. Show on map
RoscoeRoscoe is a census-designated place and unincorporated community in Carbon County, Montana, United States. As of the 2010 census it had a population of 15. Roscoe depends on light tourism and features a guest ranch and the Grizzly Bar & Grill. Show on map
BradyBrady is a census-designated place and unincorporated community in Pondera County, Montana, United States. Its population was 140 as of the 2010 census. Brady has a post office with ZIP code 59416. The community is located along Interstate 15. Show on map
ZurichZurich is an unincorporated community in Blaine County, Montana, United States, located at 48°35′4″N 109°1′50″W / 48.58444°N 109.03056°W. Located along the Hi-Line between Harlem and Chinook, it has a post office with the ZIP code of 59547. Show on map
WyeWye is a census-designated place (CDP) in Missoula County, Montana, United States. It is part of the Missoula, Montana Metropolitan Statistical Area. The population was 511 at the 2010 census, an increase from its population of 381 in 2000. Show on map
RonanRonan (Salish: ocqʔetkʷ) is a city in Lake County, Montana, United States. It lies on the Flathead Indian Reservation about 12 miles south of Flathead Lake in the northwestern part of the state. The population was 1,871 at the 2010 census. Show on map
MoccasinMoccasin is an unincorporated community in Judith Basin County, Montana, United States. The community was named for the nearby Moccasin mountain range. Although it is unincorporated, Moccasin has a post office, with the ZIP code of 59462. Show on map
HusonHuson is a census-designated place and unincorporated community in Missoula County, Montana, United States. Its population was 210 as of the 2010 census. The community is located along Interstate 90 19 miles (31 km) northwest of Missoula. Show on map
HilgerHilger is an unincorporated community in Fergus County, Montana, United States. The community is located along U.S. Highway 191 in central Fergus County. Although it is unincorporated, Hilger has a post office, with the ZIP code of 59451. Show on map
KevinKevin is a town in Toole County, Montana, United States. The population was 154 at the 2010 census. The town was named after Thomas Kevin, superintendent of the Alberta Railway & Irrigation Company. Locals pronounce Kevin with a long E. Show on map
LivingstonLivingston is a city and the county seat of Park County, Montana, United States. Livingston is located in southwestern Montana, on the Yellowstone River, north of Yellowstone National Park. The population was 7,044 at the 2010 census. It had been used as a filming location for A River Runs Through It, The Horse Whisperer, Rancho Deluxe, Livingston (film) and others. It has a sister-city relationship with Naganohara, Japan. Show on map
EthridgeEthridge is an unincorporated community in Toole County, Montana, United States. Ethridge is located on U.S. Route 2 and the Hi-Line 12.6 miles (20.3 km) east-northeast of Shelby. The community has a post office with ZIP code 59435. Show on map
HammondHammond is an Unincorporated community in Carter County, Montana, United States with a post office. It is located about 30 miles (48 km) southeast of the town of Broadus, Montana along U.S. Highway 212. Its elevation is 3,711 feet. Show on map
BakerBaker is a city in and the county seat of Fallon County, Montana, United States. The population was 1,741 at the 2010 census. It was named after A. G. Baker, an engineer with the Chicago, Milwaukee, St. Paul and Pacific Railroad. Show on map
DellDell is an unincorporated community in Beaverhead County, Montana, United States. Although Dell is unincorporated, it has a post office with a ZIP code of 59724. Dell lies on Big Sheep Road next to I-15 and is northwest of Lima. Show on map
MossmainMossmain is a ghost town in Yellowstone County, Montana, United States in the Billings metro area. The latitude of Mossmain is 45.684N. The longitude is -108.71W.It is in the Mountain Standard time zone. Elevation is 3,274 feet. Show on map
Trout CreekTrout Creek is a census-designated place (CDP) in Sanders County, Montana, United States. The population was 261 at the 2000 census. Trout Creek was proclaimed \"Huckleberry Capital of Montana\" by the state's legislature in 1981. Show on map
Hot SpringsHot Springs is a town on the Flathead Indian Reservation in Sanders County, Montana, United States. The population was 544 at the 2010 census. Founded in 1910, it was incorporated in 1929. Show on map
GlenGlen is an unincorporated community in Beaverhead County, Montana, United States. Although Glen is unincorporated, it has a post office with a ZIP code of 59732. Glen lies on U.S. Route 91 south of Melrose and north of Dillon. Show on map
LedgerLedger is an unincorporated community in Pondera County, Montana, United States. Ledger is 8.5 miles (13.7 km) northeast of Conrad. The community had a post office until December 17, 2005; it still has its own ZIP code, 59456. Show on map
OswegoOswego /ɒsˈwiːɡoʊ/ is an unincorporated community in Valley County, Montana, United States. It is located along U.S. Route 2 between the cities of Frazer and Wolf Point. Oswego is located on the Fort Peck Indiean Reservation. Show on map
GlentanaGlentana is an unincorporated community in Valley County, Montana, United States. Glentana is 7.2 miles (11.6 km) east of Opheim. The community had a post office until September 4, 2010; it still has its own ZIP code, 59240. Show on map
AzureAzure is a census-designated place (CDP) in Hill County, Montana, United States. The population was 253 at the 2000 census. It is the supposed location in which the Greek god Az Dogg will return and reclaim as his kingdom. Show on map
RidgeRidge is an Unincorporated community in Carter County, Montana, United States. It is located about 15 miles (24 km) south of Boyes, Montana, and about 16 miles (26 km) east of Biddle, Montana. Its elevation is 3,970 feet. Show on map
SpringtimeSpringtime is a unincorporated community located in Stillwater County, Montana at 45°41′53″N 109°23′13″W / 45.698°N 109.387°W. The elevation is 3,665 feet. Springtime appears on the Springtime U.S. Geological Survey Map. Show on map
CoalwoodCoalwood is an unincorporated community in northern Powder River County, Montana, United States. It lies along Montana Highway 59 23.5 miles (37.8 km) north of the town of Broadus, the county seat of Powder River County. Show on map
NibbeNibbe is an unincorporated community located in Yellowstone County, Montana and shares a postal ZIP code with Pompey's Pillar (59064). The elevation is 2,894 feet. Nibbe appears on the Nibbe U.S. Geological Survey Map. Show on map
DooleyDooley is a ghost town in northeastern Sheridan County, Montana, United States. The town was established as a station stop and one of the first four depots along the Soo Line Railroad branch line to Whitetail, Montana. Show on map
WyolaWyola is a census-designated place (CDP) in Big Horn County, Montana, United States. The population was 215 at the 2010 census. 79% of the residents are Native American, and the majority are members of the Crow Nation. Show on map
Wolf CreekWolf Creek is an unincorporated community in Lewis and Clark County, Montana, United States. Wolf Creek is located along Interstate 15 28 miles (45 km) north of Helena. Wolf Creek has a post office with ZIP code 59648. Show on map
PryorPryor is a census-designated place (CDP) in Big Horn County, Montana, United States. The population was 618 at the 2010 census. The area is named for Nathaniel Hale Pryor, a sergeant in the Lewis and Clark Expedition. Show on map
BeehiveBeehive is an unincorporated community located in Stillwater County, Montana and shares a postal ZIP code with Absarokee (59001). The elevation is 4,629 feet. Beehive appears on the Beehive U.S. Geological Survey Map. Show on map
BannackBannack is a ghost town in Beaverhead County, Montana, United States, located on Grasshopper Creek, approximately 11 miles (18 km) upstream from where Grasshopper Creek joins with the Beaverhead River south of Dillon. Show on map
AlhambraAlhambra is a populated place in Jefferson County, Montana, United States. It is a subdivision about a mile South Clancy and shares a postal code (59634) with Clancy. Alhambra is part of the Helena Micropolitan Area. Show on map
HallHall is an unincorporated community in Granite County, Montana, United States. Hall is located on Montana Highway 1 6.2 miles (10.0 km) west-southwest of Drummond. The community has a post office with ZIP code 59837. Show on map
MildredMildred is an unincorporated community in Prairie County, Montana, United States. Mildred is located along a former Chicago, Milwaukee, St. Paul and Pacific Railroad line 18.5 miles (29.8 km) east-southeast of Terry. Show on map
McAllisterMcAllister is an unincorporated community in Madison County, Montana, United States. McAllister is located on U.S. Route 287 6.6 miles (10.6 km) north of Ennis. The community has a post office with ZIP code 59740. Show on map
White Sulphur SpringsWhite Sulphur Springs is a city in and the county seat of Meagher County, Montana, United States. The population was 939 at the 2010 census. The center of population of Montana is located in White Sulphur Springs. Show on map
JoplinJoplin is a census-designated place (CDP) in Liberty County, Montana, United States. The population was 157 at the 2010 census. It was founded by Joseph E. Rehal, who was an American businessman of Syrian descent. Show on map
Helena Valley West CentralHelena Valley West Central is a census-designated place (CDP) in Lewis and Clark County, Montana, United States. The population was 7,883 at the 2010 census. It is part of the Helena Micropolitan Statistical Area. Show on map
EpsieEpsie is an unincorporated community in western Powder River County, Montana, United States. It lies along U.S. Highway 212 12.7 miles (20.4 km) west of the town of Broadus, the county seat of Powder River County. Show on map
Saint IgnatiusSt. Ignatius (Salish: snyél̓mn, Ktunaxa: ʔa·kikqǂaǂaǂuk̓pǂiʔit) is a town in Lake County, Montana, United States. The population was 842 at the 2010 census. The town is located on the Flathead Indian Reservation. Show on map
RockvaleRockvale is a unincorporated community in Carbon County, Montana, United States. It is currently the site of a bar and casino, and some homes. Little remains of the original town site except the nearby cemetery. Show on map
CoramCoram is an unincorporated community and census-designated place (CDP) in Flathead County, Montana, United States. The population was 539 at the 2010 census, up from 337 at the 2000 census. Coram lies 7 miles (11 km) southwest of the western entrance of Glacier National Park. Show on map
RichlandRichland is an unincorporated community in Valley County, Montana, United States. Richland is located in northeast Valley County near the Daniels County line. The community has a post office with ZIP code 59260. Show on map
GeyserGeyser is a small census-designated place in central Judith Basin County, Montana, United States, approximately 50 miles from Great Falls along US-87. Geyser's population is at 505 people as of the 2010 Census. Show on map
Helena Valley NortheastHelena Valley Northeast is a census-designated place (CDP) in Lewis and Clark County, Montana, United States. The population was 3,470 at the 2010 census. It is part of the Helena Micropolitan Statistical Area. Show on map
Helena Valley NorthwestHelena Valley Northwest is a census-designated place (CDP) in Lewis and Clark County, Montana, United States. The population was 3,482 at the 2010 census. It is part of the Helena Micropolitan Statistical Area. Show on map
Helena Valley SoutheastHelena Valley Southeast is a census-designated place (CDP) in Lewis and Clark County, Montana, United States. The population was 8,227 at the 2010 census. It is part of the Helena Micropolitan Statistical Area. Show on map
GalenGalen is an unincorporated community in Deer Lodge, Montana, United States. It is located near Montana State Prison and in the community is installed the Reintegrating Youthful Offenders Correctional Facility. Show on map
Sand CouleeSand Coulee is a census-designated place and unincorporated community in Cascade County, Montana, United States. Its population was 212 as of the 2010 census. Sand Coulee has a post office with ZIP code 59472. Show on map
YatesYates is an unincorporated community in Wibaux County, Montana, United States. Its elevation is 2,782 feet (848 m). A post office was established in Yates on December 1, 1908 but was closed on July 15, 1920. Show on map
WhitewaterWhitewater is a census-designated place and unincorporated community in Phillips County, Montana, United States. Its population was 64 as of the 2010 census. Whitewater has a post office with ZIP code 59544. Show on map
BainvilleBainville is a town in Roosevelt County, Montana, United States. The population was 208 at the 2010 census. It is named for C. M. Bain, an early resident. Bainville celebrated its centennial on July 4, 2006. Show on map
DeanDean is an unincorporated community located in Stillwater County, Montana. The elevation is 5,244 feet. Dean appears on the Beehive U.S. Geological Survey Map and shares a postal ZIP code with Nye (59061). Show on map
BowlerBowler is a unincorporated community located in Carbon County, Montana at 45°12′18″N 108°43′08″W / 45.205°N 108.719°W. The elevation is 4,698 feet. Bowler appears on the Bowler U.S. Geological Survey Map. Show on map
LakeviewLakeview is an unincorporated community in Beaverhead County, Montana, United States. Lakeview lies along Southside Centennial Road about halfway between Lima to the west and West Yellowstone to the east. Show on map
East HelenaEast Helena is a town in Lewis and Clark County, Montana, about 5 miles (8 km) east of downtown Helena. The population was 1,984 at the 2010 census. It is part of the Helena Micropolitan Statistical Area. Show on map
Helena West SideHelena West Side is a census-designated place (CDP) in Lewis and Clark County, Montana, United States. The population was 1,711 at the 2000 census. It is part of the Helena Micropolitan Statistical Area. Show on map
Gibson FlatsGibson Flats is a census-designated place (CDP) in Cascade County, Montana, United States. The population was 199 at the 2010 census. It is part of the Great Falls, Montana Metropolitan Statistical Area. Show on map
StockettStockett is a census-designated place and unincorporated community in Cascade County, Montana, United States. Its population was 169 as of the 2010 census. Stockett has a post office with ZIP code 59480. Show on map
States, regions, administrative units in Montana
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Northern Cheyenne Indian ReservationThe Northern Cheyenne Indian Reservation (Tsėhéstáno in Cheyenne, formerly named the Tongue River Indian Reservation) is home of the federally recognized Northern Cheyenne Tribe. Located in southeastern Montana, the reservation is approximately 444,000 acres in size and home to approximately 5,000 Cheyenne people. The tribal and government headquarters are in Lame Deer, which is also the home of the annual Northern Cheyenne Pow wow. The reservation is bounded on the east by the Tongue River and on the west by the Crow Reservation. There are small parcels of non-contiguous off-reservation trust lands in Meade County, South Dakota, northeast of the city of Sturgis. Its timbered ridges that extend into northwestern South Dakota are part of Custer National Forest and it is approximately 40 mil Show on map
MontanaMontana /mɒnˈtænə/ is a state in the Western region of the United States. The state's name is derived from the Spanish word montaña (mountain). Montana has several nicknames, although none official, including \"Big Sky Country\" and \"The Treasure State\", and slogans that include \"Land of the Shining Mountains\" and more recently \"The Last Best Place\". Montana has a 545-mile (877 km) border with three Canadian provinces: British Columbia, Alberta, and Saskatchewan, the only state to do so. It also borders North Dakota and South Dakota to the east, Wyoming to the south, and Idaho to the west and southwest. Montana is ranked 4th in size, but 44th in population and 48th in population density of the 50 United States. The western third of Montana contains numerous mountain ranges. Smaller island ra Show on map
Gallatin CountyGallatin County is a county located in the U.S. state of Montana. As of the 2010 census, the population was 89,513, making it the third-most populous county in Montana. Its county seat is Bozeman, home of Montana State University. The county was founded in 1865. Gallatin County comprises the Bozeman, MT Micropolitan Statistical Area. Show on map
Ravalli CountyRavalli County is a county located in the southwestern part of the U.S. state of Montana. As of the 2010 census, the population was 40,212. Its county seat is Hamilton. Ravalli County is part of a north/south mountain valley bordered by the Sapphire Mountains on the East and the Bitterroot Mountains on the West. It is often referred to as the Bitterroot Valley, which is named for the Bitterroot Flower. The county is entirely on the Pacific Ocean side of the Continental Divide, which follows the Idaho-Montana border from Wyoming until Ravalli County. Here it turns east into Montana, between Chief Joseph Pass and Lost Trail Pass, and follows the Ravalli County-Beaverhead County border. Show on map
Glacier CountyGlacier County is located in the U.S. state of Montana. As of the 2010 census, the population was 13,399. The county is located in northwestern Montana between the Great Plains and the Rocky Mountains, known to the Blackfeet as the \"Backbone of the World\". The county is geographically and culturally diverse and includes the Blackfeet Indian Reservation, Glacier National Park, and Lewis and Clark National Forest. The county is bordered by 75 miles of international boundary with two ports of entry (Piegan and Del Bonita) open year-round and one seasonal (Chief Mountain) international border crossing into Alberta, Canada. Show on map
Flathead ReservationThe Flathead Indian Reservation, located in western Montana on the Flathead River, is home to the Bitterroot Salish, Kootenai, and Pend d'Oreilles Tribes - also known as theConfederated Salish and Kootenai Tribes of the Flathead Nation. The reservation was created through the July 16, 1855, Treaty of Hellgate, and reservation has land on four of Montana's counties: Lake, Sanders, Missoula, and Flathead. The Flathead Indian Reservation, west of the Continental Divide, consists of 1,938 square miles (5,020 km2) (1,317,000 acres (533,000 ha)) of forested mountains and valleys. Show on map
Chouteau CountyChouteau County is a county located in the North-Central region of the U.S. state of Montana. As of the 2010 census, the population was 5,813. Its county seat is Fort Benton. The county was established in 1865 as one of the original nine counties of Montana, and named in 1882 after Pierre Chouteau, Jr., a fur trader who established a trading post that became Fort Benton, which was once an important port on the Missouri River. Chouteau County is home to the Chippewa-Cree tribe on the Rocky Boy Indian Reservation. It contains part of the Lewis and Clark National Forest. Show on map
Blackfeet Indian ReservationThe Blackfeet Indian Reservation or Blackfeet Nation is an Indian reservation of the Blackfeet tribe in the U.S. state of Montana, primarily made up of the Piegan Blackfeet branch. It is located east of Glacier National Park and borders the Canadian province of Alberta. Cut Bank Creek and Birch Creek form part of its eastern and southern borders. The reservation contains 3,000 square miles (7,800 km2), twice the size of the national park and larger than the state of Delaware. It is located in parts of Glacier and Pondera Counties. Show on map
Lewis and Clark CountyLewis and Clark County is a county located in the U.S. state of Montana. As of the 2010 census, the population was 63,395. Its county seat is Helena, the state capital. The numerical designation for Lewis and Clark County (used in the issuance of the state's license plates) is 5. The county was established in 1865 as Edgerton County, and was renamed \"Lewis and Clark County\" two years later. The present name was given in honor of explorers Lewis and Clark. Lewis and Clark County is part of the Helena, MT Micropolitan Statistical Area. Show on map
Yellowstone CountyYellowstone County is the most populous county in the U.S. state of Montana. As of the 2010 census, the population was 147,972, and a 2014 estimate put the population at 155,634. Its county seat is Billings. Yellowstone County is named for the Yellowstone River which roughly bisects the county from southwest to northeast. The river in turn was named after the yellow Sandstone cliffs in what is now Yellowstone County. Yellowstone County is included in the Billings, MT Metropolitan Statistical Area. Show on map
Fort Peck Indian ReservationThe Fort Peck Indian Reservation is near Fort Peck, Montana. It is the homeland of the Assiniboine and Sioux tribes of Native Americans. It is the ninth-largest Indian reservation in the United States and comprises parts of four counties. In descending order of land area they are Roosevelt, Valley, Daniels, and Sheridan counties. The total land area is 2,094,000 acres (8,474.117 km²), and a population of 10,381 in 2000. The largest community on the reservation is the city of Wolf Point. Show on map
Prairie CountyPrairie County is a county located in the U.S. state of Montana. As of the 2010 census, the population was 1,179. Its county seat is Terry. Prairie County was created by the Montana Legislature in 1915 out of parts of Custer, Dawson, and Fallon Counties. The name was selected in a contest and reflects the predominant landscape of the region. The county was the site of the Custer Creek train wreck in 1938 that killed 47 people and injured an additional 75. Show on map
Phillips CountyPhillips County is a county located in the U.S. state of Montana. As of the 2010 census, the population was 4,253. Its county seat is Malta. Before February 5, 1915, Phillips County was part of Blaine County, Montana, and before 1912 both were part of Chouteau County, Montana. It was named in honor of rancher and state senator Benjamin D. Phillips. Its northern boundary is the Canada–United States border with Saskatchewan. The Missouri River defines its southern boundary. Show on map
Petroleum CountyPetroleum County is a county located in the U.S. state of Montana. As of the 2010 census, the population was 494, making it the least populous county in Montana and the seventh-least populous in the United States. Its county seat is Winnett. The Montana Legislature approved the formation of the county by separating it from Fergus County; Petroleum County was thus created on February 25, 1925, as the last of Montana's 56 counties. Show on map
Silver Bow CountySilver Bow County is a county located in the State of Montana. As of the 2010 census, the population was 34,200. Its county seat is Butte. In 1977, the city and county governments consolidated to form the single entity of Butte-Silver Bow. Additionally, the town of Walkerville is a separate municipality from Butte and is located within the county. Silver Bow County comprises the Butte-Silver Bow, MT Micropolitan Statistical Area. Show on map
Lincoln CountyLincoln County is a county located in the U.S. state of Montana. As of the 2010 census, the population was 19,687. Its county seat is Libby. The county was founded in 1909 and named for President Abraham Lincoln. This heavily wooded and mountainous county once was part of Flathead County until residents of Libby and Eureka petitioned the state legislature for separation. Libby won an election over Eureka to host the county seat. Show on map
Flathead CountyFlathead County is a county located in the U.S. state of Montana. As of the 2010 census, the population was 90,928, making it the fourth-most populous county in Montana. Its county seat is Kalispell. The numerical designation for Flathead County (used in the issuance of license plates) is 7. It is south from the Canada–US border of British Columbia. Flathead County comprises the Kalispell, Montana Micropolitan Statistical Area. Show on map
Beaverhead CountyBeaverhead County is the largest county by area in the U.S. state of Montana. As of the 2010 census, the population was 9,246. Its county seat is Dillon. The county was founded in 1865. Much of the perimeter of the county is the Continental Divide, including all of its border with the state of Idaho. The divide heads east into Montana at the county border with Ravalli County, between Lost Trail Pass and Chief Joseph Pass. Show on map
Garfield CountyGarfield County is a county located in the U.S. state of Montana. As of the 2010 census, the population was 1,206. Its county seat is Jordan. Garfield County is noteworthy as the site of the discovery and excavation of four of the world's dozen or so major specimens (as of 1994) of Tyrannosaurus rex within the county. A cast of the skull of one of these dinosaurs is on display at the Garfield County Museum. Show on map
Sheridan CountySheridan County is a county located in the U.S. state of Montana. As of the 2010 census, the population was 3,384. Its county seat is Plentywood. Sheridan County was established in 1913 when the Montana Legislature split Dawson and Valley Counties. It was named after American Civil War General Philip Sheridan. Its northern boundary is the Canada–United States border south of Saskatchewan. Show on map
Toole CountyToole County is a county located in the northern portion of the U.S. state of Montana. As of the 2010 census, the population was 5,324. Its county seat is Shelby. The county was established in 1914 from parts of Hill County and Teton County and was named after Joseph Toole, the first and fourth governor of Montana. Its northern boundary is the Canada–United States border south of Alberta. Show on map
Fallon CountyFallon County is a county located in the U.S. state of Montana. As of the 2010 census, the population was 2,890. Its county seat is Baker. The county was created in 1913 after being carved out of Custer County. The name comes from Benjamin O'Fallon, a nephew of Captain William Clark and an Indian agent for the upper Missouri region from 1823 to 1827. Show on map
Richland CountyRichland County is a county located in the State of Montana. As of the 2010 census, the population was 9,746. Its county seat is Sidney. Richland County was created by the Montana Legislature in 1914 from part of Dawson County. An early proposed name for the county was Gate, but Richland was decided upon instead as a way to entice new settlers. Show on map
Daniels CountyDaniels County is a county located in the U.S. state of Montana. As of the 2010 census, the population was 1,751. Its county seat is Scobey. As of 2000, Daniels County was considered the most rural county in the continental United States as measured by the Index of Relative Rurality. It is south of the Canada–US border with Saskatchewan. Show on map
Roosevelt CountyRoosevelt County is a county located in the U.S. state of Montana. As of the 2010 census, the population was 10,425. Its county seat is Wolf Point. Roosevelt County was created by the Montana Legislature in 1919 from Sheridan County. The name honors former president Theodore Roosevelt, who had died shortly before the county was formed. Show on map
Liberty CountyLiberty County is a county located in the U.S. state of Montana. As of the 2010 census, the population was 2,339. Its county seat is Chester. The county was established in 1919. Liberty County is home to Tiber Dam, which is located in the south western part of the county. It is south of the Canada–US border with Alberta. Show on map
Meagher CountyMeagher County (pronounced Marr) is a county located in the U.S. state of Montana. As of the 2010 census, the population was 1,891. Its county seat is White Sulphur Springs. According to the U.S. Census Bureau, the 2010 center of population of Montana is located in Meagher County at 46°47′N 111°18′W / 46.78°N 111.3°W Show on map
Big Horn CountyBig Horn County is a county located in the U.S. state of Montana. As of the 2010 census, the population was 12,865. The county seat is Hardin. The county, like the river and mountain range, were named for the bighorn sheep in the Rocky Mountains. The county was founded in 1913. It is immediately to the north from the southern Wyoming state line. Show on map
Missoula CountyMissoula County is a county located in the State of Montana. As of the 2010 census, the population was 109,426, making it the second-most populous county in Montana. Its county seat and largest city is Missoula. The county was founded in 1860. Missoula County comprises the Missoula, MT Metropolitan Statistical Area. Show on map
Cascade CountyCascade County (cascade means waterfall in French) is a county located in the U.S. state of Montana. As of the 2010 census, the population was 81,327, making it the fifth-most populous county in Montana. Its county seat is Great Falls. Cascade County comprises the Great Falls, MT Metropolitan Statistical Area. Show on map
Fergus CountyFergus County is a county in the U.S. state of Montana. As of the 2010 census, the population was 11,586. Its county seat is Lewistown. The county was founded in 1885 and named for James Fergus, a Montana politician who was instrumental in creating the county (or, according to another source, John Fergus). Show on map
Jefferson CountyJefferson County is a county located in the U.S. state of Montana. As of the 2010 census, the population was 11,406. Its county seat is Boulder. The county was created in 1865 and named for President Thomas Jefferson. Jefferson County is part of the Helena, MT Micropolitan Statistical Area. Show on map
Blaine CountyBlaine County is a county located in the U.S. state of Montana. As of the 2010 census, the population was 6,491. Its county seat is Chinook. The county was named in honor of James G. Blaine, former United States Secretary of State. It is south of the Canada–US border with Saskatchewan. Show on map
Golden Valley CountyGolden Valley County is a county located in the U.S. state of Montana. As of the 2010 census, the population was 884, making it the third-least populous county in Montana. Its county seat is Ryegate. Golden Valley County is included in the Billings, MT Metropolitan Statistical Area. Show on map
Broadwater CountyBroadwater County is a county located in the U.S. state of Montana. As of the 2010 census, the population was 5,612. Its county seat is Townsend. The county was named for Charles Arthur Broadwater, a noted Montana railroad, real estate, and banking magnate. Show on map
Granite CountyGranite County is a county located in the U.S. state of Montana. As of the 2010 census, the population was 3,079. Its county seat is Philipsburg. The county was founded in 1893 and named for a mountain which contains the Granite Mountain silver mine. Show on map
Rosebud CountyRosebud County is a county located in the U.S. state of Montana. Rosebud County was established 11 February 1901, and has Montana vehicle license plate prefix 29. As of the 2010 census, the population was 9,233. Its county seat is Forsyth. Show on map
Park CountyPark County is a county located in the U.S. state of Montana. At the 2010 census, the population was 15,636. Its county seat is Livingston. A small part of Yellowstone National Park is located in the extreme southern part of the county. Show on map
Sanders CountySanders County is a county located in the U.S. state of Montana. As of the 2010 census, the population was 11,413. Its county seat is Thompson Falls. The county was founded in 1905. It has an annual county fair with rodeo at Plains. Show on map
Deer Lodge CountyDeer Lodge County is a county located in the U.S. state of Montana. As of the 2010 census, the population was 9,298. It forms a consolidated city-county government with its county seat of Anaconda. The county was founded in 1865. Show on map
Treasure CountyTreasure County is a county located in the U.S. state of Montana. As of the 2010 census, the population was 718, making it the second-least populous county in Montana. Its county seat is Hysham. The county was founded in 1919. Show on map
Custer CountyCuster County is a county located in the U.S. state of Montana. As of the 2010 census, the population was 11,699. Its county seat is Miles City. The county was formed in 1877 and named in honor of George Armstrong Custer. Show on map
Carbon CountyCarbon County is a county located in the U.S. state of Montana. As of the 2010 census, the population was 10,078. Its county seat is Red Lodge. Carbon County is part of the Billings, MT Metropolitan Statistical Area. Show on map
Wibaux CountyWibaux County (/ˈwiːboʊ/ WEE-boh) is a county located in the U.S. state of Montana. As of the 2010 census, the population was 1,017 making it the fourth-least populous county in Montana. Its county seat is Wibaux. Show on map
Hill CountyHill County is a county located in the U.S. state of Montana. As of the 2010 census, the population was 16,096. Its county seat is Havre. It is south from the Canadian borders of Alberta and Saskatchewan. Show on map
Carter CountyCarter County is a county located in the U.S. state of Montana. As of the 2010 census, the population was 1,160, making it the fifth-least populous county in Montana. The county seat is Ekalaka. Show on map
McCone CountyMcCone County is a county located in the U.S. state of Montana. As of the 2010 census, the population was 1,734. Its county seat is Circle. It was named in honor of State Senator George McCone. Show on map
Valley CountyValley County is a county located in the U.S. state of Montana. Valley County was created from the division of Dawson County in 1893. As of the 2010 census, the population was 7,369. Its county seat is Glasgow. It is located on the Canada–United States border with Saskatchewan. Show on map
Sweet Grass CountySweet Grass County is a county located in the U.S. state of Montana. As of the 2010 census, the population was 3,651. Its county seat is Big Timber. The county was founded in 1895. Show on map
Madison CountyMadison County is a county located in the U.S. state of Montana. As of the 2010 census, the population was 7,691. Its county seat is Virginia City. The county was founded in 1865. At the time it was part of the Montana Territory. Show on map
Teton CountyTeton County is a county located in the U.S. state of Montana. As of the 2010 census, the population was 6,073. Its county seat is Choteau. The county was founded in 1893. Show on map
Judith Basin CountyJudith Basin County is a county in the U.S. state of Montana. As of the 2010 census, the population was 2,072. Its county seat is Stanford, Montana. Show on map
Powder River CountyPowder River County is a county located in the U.S. state of Montana. As of the 2010 census, the population was 1,743. Its county seat is Broadus. Show on map
Musselshell CountyMusselshell County is a county located in the U.S. state of Montana. As of the 2010 census, the population was 4,538. Its county seat is Roundup. Show on map
Stillwater CountyStillwater County is a county located in the U.S. state of Montana. As of the 2010 census, the population was 9,117. Its county seat is Columbus. Show on map
Wheatland CountyWheatland County is a county located in the U.S. state of Montana. As of the 2010 census, the population was 2,168. Its county seat is Harlowton. Show on map
Powell CountyPowell County is a county located in the U.S. state of Montana. As of the 2010 census, the population was 7,027. Its county seat is Deer Lodge. Show on map
Mineral CountyMineral County is a county located in the U.S. state of Montana. As of the 2010 census, the population was 4,223. Its county seat is Superior. Show on map
Dawson CountyDawson County is a county located in the U.S. state of Montana. As of the 2010 census, the population was 8,966. Its county seat is Glendive. Show on map
Pondera CountyPondera County is a county located in the U.S. state of Montana. As of the 2010 census, the population was 6,153. Its county seat is Conrad. Show on map
Lake CountyLake County is a county located in the U.S. state of Montana. As of the 2010 census, the population was 28,746. Its county seat is Polson. Show on map
Different buildings in Montana
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Saleesh House (historical)Saleesh House, also known as Flathead Post, was a North West Company fur trading post built near present-day Thompson Falls, Montana in 1809 by David Thompson and James McMillan of the North West Company. It became a Hudson's Bay Company (HBC) post after that company absorbed the North West Company. Under HBC control the post was better known as Flathead rather than Saleesh. It continued to operate until at least 1855. It was at Saleesh House in late 1809 and early 1810 that David Thompson acquired the nickname Koo-koo-Sint, or \"Star-Looker\". Show on map
Bridger Bowl Ski AreaBridger Bowl is a ski area in the western United States, near Bozeman, Montana. It serves the local population, including Montana State University. Located north of Bozeman in the Bridger Range of southern Montana, Bridger Bowl is a locally owned non-profit ski area. It provides locals with affordable skiing, great terrain, and outstanding snowfall. The ski area and mountain range are named after noted mountain man Jim Bridger, and is accessed from state highway 86. In addition to the existing base lodge and a mid-mountain lodge, a new main lodge opened in 2005 at the base area. Show on map
Washoe TheaterThe Washoe Theater in Anaconda, Montana was the last theater constructed in the United States in the Nuevo Deco (a form of Art Deco) style. The theater was designed in 1930 by Seattle architect B. Marcus Priteca. It was almost entirely finished by 1931, but its opening was delayed until Thursday, September 24, 1936 because of the Great Depression. In 1936 dollars, its construction cost was a grand $200,000. The Smithsonian rates the Washoe as a national treasure due to the lavish interior. In 1982, the Washoe was listed on the United States National Register of Historic Places for architectural significance. Show on map
Lewis and Clark Caverns CampgroundLewis and Clark Caverns State Park is located in southeastern Jefferson County, Montana. The primary feature of the park is its namesake limestone cavern. The caverns have been familiar to Native Americans since long before their discovery by Europeans. The Lewis and Clark Expedition camped within sight of the caverns on July 31, 1805, when they camped along Antelope Creek. The cavern was first discovered by non-Native Americans in 1882 by two people from Whitehall, Montana, Charles Brooke and Mexican John. However, they told few people and at the time their discovery did not become well known. In 1892, local ranchers Tom Williams and Bert (or Burt) Pannel saw steam coming from the caverns while hunting. In 1898, Williams finally explored the caverns. Williams wanted to begin giving tours@en . Show on map
Libby DamLibby Dam is a dam on the Kootenai River in the U.S. state of Montana. Dedicated on August 24, 1975, Libby Dam spans the Kootenai River 17 miles (27 km) upstream from the town of Libby, Montana. Libby Dam is 422 feet (129 m) tall and 3,055 feet (931 m) long. The reservoir behind the dam is Lake Koocanusa; it extends 90 miles (140 km) upriver from the dam and has a maximum depth of about 370 feet (110 m) . Forty-two miles (68 km) of Lake Koocanusa are in British Columbia, Canada. Lake Koocanusa was named for the treaty that was developed between the Kootenai Indians, the Canadian government, and the U.S. government to build the Dam and form the reservoir. It is the fourth dam constructed under the Columbia River Treaty. The Kootenai River is the third largest tributary to the Columbia river Show on map
Ryan DamRyan Dam is a hydroelectric dam on the Missouri River, 10 miles (16 km) downstream from the city of Great Falls in the U.S. state of Montana. The dam is 1,336 feet (407 m) long and 61 feet (19 m) high; its reservoir is 7 miles (11 km) long and has a storage capacity of 5,000 acre feet (6,200,000 m3). It is a run-of-river dam. The dam is built on the largest of the five Great Falls of the Missouri, and these specific falls are also called \"Great Falls\". Since 1915, the six-unit powerhouse on the left side of the dam has occupied a significant portion of the 87-foot (27 m) high waterfall. Show on map
Berkeley PitThe Berkeley Pit is a former open pit copper mine located in Butte, Montana, United States. It is one mile long by half a mile wide with an approximate depth of 1,780 feet (540 m). It is filled to a depth of about 900 feet (270 m) with water that is heavily acidic (2.5 pH level), about the acidity of cola or lemon juice. As a result, the pit is laden with heavy metals and dangerous chemicals that leach from the rock, including copper, arsenic, cadmium, zinc, and sulfuric acid. Show on map
Mann Gulch Fire Smokejumper MeemorialsThe Mann Gulch fire was a wildfire reported on August 5, 1949 in a gulch located along the upper Missouri River in the Gates of the Mountains Wilderness, Helena National Forest, in the state of Montana in the United States. A team of 15 smokejumpers parachuted into the area on the afternoon of August 5, 1949 to fight the fire, rendezvousing with a former smokejumper who was employed as a fire guard at the nearby campground. As the team approached the fire to begin fighting it, unexpected high winds caused the fire to suddenly expand, cutting off the men's route and forcing them back uphill. During the next few minutes, a \"blow-up\" of the fire covered 3,000 acres (1,200 ha) in ten minutes, claiming the lives of 13 firefighters, including 12 of the smokejumpers. Only three of the smokejumper Show on map
Yaak Air Force Station (historical)Yaak Air Force Station was an Air Defense Command general surveillance radar station in Lincoln County, Montana. Built as one of twenty-eight stations in the second segment of the Permanent System radar network, the 680th Aircraft Control and Warning Squadron was activated at the installation on 1 March 1951 for ground-controlled interception operating AN/FPS-3 and AN/FPS-4 radars in April 1952. An AN/FPS-6 was added in 1956, and the AN/FPS-4 was replaced by an AN/GPS-3 in 1957. The station had an area with living quarters for 172 people (including a 3-story barracks), 24 concrete trailer pads, motor pool building, plumbing/carpenter shop, paint house, mess hall, officers' club, office buildings, and dispensary. The \"Dirty Shame Saloon\" was established in a metal hut during 1951 just outsi Show on map
Fort Peck DamThe Fort Peck Dam is the highest of six major dams along the Missouri River, located in northeast Montana in the United States, near Glasgow, and adjacent to the community of Fort Peck. At 21,026 feet (6,409 m) in length and over 250 feet (76 m) in height, it is the largest hydraulically filled dam in the United States, and creates Fort Peck Lake, the fifth largest man-made lake in the U.S., more than 130 miles (210 km) long, 200 feet (61 m) deep, and it has a 1,520-mile (2,450 km) shoreline which is longer than the state of California's coastline. It lies within the Charles M. Russell National Wildlife Refuge. The dam and the 134-mile-long (216 km) lake exist for the purposes of hydroelectric power generation, flood control, and water quality management. Show on map
Snowden BridgeSnowden Bridge is a high-clearance, vertical-lift railroad bridge, built in 1913, that spans the Missouri River between Roosevelt and Richland Counties in Montana, USA, between Bainville and Fairview, Montana, and near Fort Union Trading Post National Historic Site and the ghost town of Mondak near Montana's eastern border with North Dakota. The designer of the bridge, John Alexander Low Waddell (1854–1938), based the Snowden Bridge on the South Halsted Street Bridge (1893) in Chicago. When completed, Snowden Bridge was the longest (1,159 feet) vertical-lift bridge in the world. Its cost was US$465,367, equivalent to at least $10,000,000 at the beginning of the 21st century. Show on map
Paris Gibson Square Museum of ArtParis Gibson Square Museum of Art (also known by its acronym, PGSMA) is an art museum located at 1400 First Avenue North in Great Falls, Montana, in the United States. The building was constructed in 1896 to house the city's first high school, Great Falls High School (later known as Great Falls Central High School). The high school moved to new quarters in 1931, at which time the building was renamed Paris Gibson Junior High School. The junior high school vacated the premises in 1975 for a new building. In 1977, Paris Gibson Square Museum of Art was formed, and it took ownership of the building. It is one of six museums in the city. The structure was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in September 1976. Show on map
Lost Trail Powder MountainLost Trail Powder Mountain is an alpine ski area in the western United States, on the Montana-Idaho border in the northern Rocky Mountains. In the Bitterroot Range, it is at the junction of US Highway 93 and Montana State Highway 43 at Lost Trail Pass, about one mile (1.6 km) northwest of Chief Joseph Pass, which is on the Continental Divide. Show on map
Dearborn River High BridgeThe Dearborn River High Bridge is a Pratt half-deck truss bridge built in 1897, and has been placed on the National Register of Historic Places as it is one of the few bridges of its type left standing in the United States. On a half-deck bridge, the deck is attached in the center rather than, as is more common, top or bottom of the superstructure. It crosses the Dearborn River on Lake Bean Road (Montana Secondary 435) about 15 miles (24 km) southwest of Augusta, Montana. The unusual design of the Dearborn River High Bridge suits it to carry light loads across high/deep crossings. It has four spans and originally had a wooden plank deck. It is the last standing pin-connected Pratt half-deck truss bridge left in the United States. Construction cost was $9,997. Construction began in 1896 and Show on map
Sidney-Richland Municipal AirportSidney–Richland Municipal Airport (IATA: SDY, ICAO: KSDY, FAA LID: SDY) is a public use airport located one nautical mile (2 km) west of the central business district of Sidney, a city in Richland County, Montana, United States. It is owned by the Sidney Richland Airport Authority. The airport is served by one commercial airline, service is subsidized by the federal government's Essential Air Service program at a cost of $3,777,579 (per year). Show on map
University of MontanaThe University of Montana (often simply referred to as UM) is a public research university in Missoula, Montana, in the United States. Founded in 1893, the university is the second largest of the Montana University System, second to Montana State University, and the flagship campus of the University of Montana System. The main campus is located at the foot of Mount Sentinel, the hill bearing Missoula's most recognizable landmark, a large hillside letter \"M.\" Show on map
Yellowtail DamYellowtail Dam is a dam across the Bighorn River in south central Montana in the United States. The mid-1960s era concrete arch dam serves to regulate the flow of the Bighorn for irrigation purposes and to generate hydroelectric power. The dam and its reservoir, Bighorn Lake, are owned by the U.S. Bureau of Reclamation. Show on map
Yellowstone AirportYellowstone Airport (IATA: WYS, ICAO: KWYS, FAA LID: WYS) is a state-owned public-use airport located one nautical mile (2 km) north of the central business district of West Yellowstone, a town in Gallatin County, Montana, United States. Although only open from June through September, commercial passenger service is available during those months. Scheduled airline service is subsidized by the Essential Air Service program. Show on map
Museum of the RockiesThe Museum of the Rockies is a museum in Bozeman, Montana. Originally affiliated with Montana State University in Bozeman, and now, also, the Smithsonian Institution, the museum is known for its paleontological collections, although these are not its sole focus. The Museum of the Rockies houses the largest collection of dinosaur remains in the United States, possessing the largest Tyrannosaurus skull ever discovered, as well as the thigh bone of a Tyrannosaurus rex that contains soft-tissue remains. The museum is part of the Montana Dinosaur Trail and is Montana's official repository for paleontological specimens. Show on map
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Black Eagle DamBlack Eagle Dam is a hydroelectric gravity weir dam located on the Missouri River in the city of Great Falls, Montana. The first dam on the site, built and opened in 1890, was a timber-and-rock crib dam. This structure was the first hydroelectric dam built in Montana and the first built on the Missouri River. The dam helped give the city of Great Falls the nickname \"The Electric City.\" A second dam, built of concrete in 1926 and opened in 1927, replaced the first dam (which was not removed and lies submerged in the reservoir). Almost unchanged since 1926, the dam is 782 feet (238 m) long and 34.5 feet (10.5 m) high, and its powerhouse contains three turbines capable of generating seven megawatts (MW) of power each. The maximum power output of the dam is 18 MW. Montana Power Company built t Show on map
Great Falls International AirportGreat Falls International Airport (IATA: GTF, ICAO: KGTF, FAA LID: GTF) is a public/military airport in city limits three miles southwest of central Great Falls in Cascade County, Montana. The National Plan of Integrated Airport Systems for 2011–2015 categorized it as a primary commercial service airport. Federal Aviation Administration records say the airport had 143,811 passenger boardings (enplanements) in calendar year 2008, 146,438 in 2009 and 155,204 in 2010. Show on map
Many GlacierMany Glacier is an area within Glacier National Park which is located in the U.S. state of Montana. The Many Glacier region is located north of the Going-to-the-Sun Road, on the east side of the park. Lake Sherburne is the large lake in the area and the Many Glacier Hotel, the largest hotel within the park, is along the shore of the adjacent Swiftcurrent Lake. The Many Glacier Hotel and surrounding buildings are a National Historic Landmark, with original construction dating back to 1915. Many Glacier is surrounded by the high peaks of the Lewis Range, and numerous hiking trails can be accessed from the area. The region is noted for numerous lakes, waterfalls and dense coniferous forests interspersed with alpine meadows. Major sites in the immediate vicinity that can be accessed by trails@en . Show on map
Clark Canyon DamClark Canyon Dam is an earthfill dam located in Beaverhead County, Montana, about 20 miles (30 km) south of the county seat of Dillon. The dam impounds the waters of the Beaverhead River, creating a body of water known as Clark Canyon Reservoir. The structure was constructed in 1961-1964 by the United States Bureau of Reclamation, to hold water for downstream irrigation and for flood-control purposes. Show on map
Lyman Clayton AirportL. M. Clayton Airport (IATA: OLF, ICAO: KOLF, FAA LID: OLF) is a public use airport located three nautical miles (6 km) northeast of the central business district of Wolf Point, a city in Roosevelt County, Montana, United States. It is owned by the city and county. The airport is served by one commercial airline, subsidized by the Essential Air Service program. Reportedly, this made it the smallest airport in the 48 contiguous states with regularly scheduled air service. Show on map
Swift DamSwift Dam (National ID # MT00581) is a dam in Pondera County, Montana, on the southern end of the Blackfeet Indian Reservation. The original dam at this location was originally constructed around 1910, with a height of 157 feet. The embankment structure gave way on June 10, 1964, after heavy rains caused flooding on Birch Creek. The dam collapsed and sent a 30-foot wall of water down the creekbed. The nearby dam at Lower Two Medicine Lake also failed, and at least 28 people were killed. Show on map
Crowne Plaza Hotel BillingsThe Doubletree by Hilton, formerly known as the The Crowne Plaza and before that, the Sheraton Billings Hotel, is a high-rise located in the Downtown Business District of Billings, Montana. It is the second-tallest building in the northern Rocky Mountain region and was the tallest from 1980 - 1985 until the completion of the First Interstate Center, also in Billings. Construction started on the building in 1979 and was completed in 1980; it rises 245 feet (75 m) in height. It is used primarily for hotel space, and is the tallest hotel building in Montana. Show on map
KECI-TV (Missoula)NBC Montana is a network of three television stations in western Montana, all affiliated with NBC. The flagship station is KECI-TV in Missoula, broadcasting on channel 13. It includes two semi-satellites: KCFW-TV, channel 9 in Kalispell and KTVM-TV, channel 6 in Butte. It also serves Bozeman via Class A translator KDBZ-CD, channel 42. KDBZ directly repeats KTVM. The stations air the same programming most of the time, but KCFW and KTVM air their own commercials and identifications, as well as partially separate local newscasts. Show on map
Frank Wiley FieldMiles City Airport or Frank Wiley Field (IATA: MLS, ICAO: KMLS, FAA LID: MLS) is a city-owned airport two miles northwest of Miles City, in Custer County, Montana. The airport was served by one airline, subsidized by the Essential Air Service program. EAS subsidies ended July 15, 2013 due to subsidy per passenger exceeding $1000, leaving Miles City without scheduled air service. Show on map
KULR-TV (Billings)KULR-TV, virtual channel 8, is an NBC affiliate broadcasting on channel 11 in Billings, Montana. KULR is owned by Cowles Company. KULR maintains studios located on Overland Avenue in the Homestead Business Park section of Billings, and its transmitter is located on Coburn Hill southeast of downtown Billings. In Miles City, KULR can also be seen on K06FE-D channel 6; this translator is owned by Cowles, and not the Marks Radio Group. Marks Radio Group also owns KXGN-TV in Glendive, Montana, which broadcasts KULR's newscasts on a digital subchannel. Show on map
KZMT-FM (Helena)KZMT (101.1 FM) is a radio station licensed to serve Helena, Montana. The station is owned by Cherry Creek Radio and licensed to CCR-Helena IV, LLC. It airs a Classic rock music format. The station was assigned the KZMT call letters by the Federal Communications Commission on October 8, 1984. Show on map
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Mount Ellis AcademyMount Ellis Academy is a co-educational boarding high school (grades 9 through 12) located about 5 miles (8.0 km) east of Bozeman, Montana, United States. Founded in 1902, Mt. Ellis Academy includes boys and girls dormitories, an Administration building, gymnasium, and other facilities. Mt. Ellis operates a ski area on US Forest Service land about 3 miles (4.8 km) from the school in Bear Canyon. The academy sits on a 500-acre (2.0 km2) campus. Show on map
Madison DamMadison Dam is a hydroelectric dam in Madison County, Montana, in the southwestern part of the state. The timber-crib dam was constructed in 1906 as a replacement for a similar 1901 dam and powerhouse on the same site. The dam is 39 feet high and 257 feet long at its crest, placed into the narrows of Bear Trap Canyon. As one of eight PPL Montana hydro projects, it has a generating capacity of nine megawatts in a run-of-the-river configuration. Montana Power Company acquired the dam in 1912 as part of a merger, PPL Corporation purchased it in 1997 and sold it to NorthWestern Corporation in 2014. Show on map
Dawson Community AirportDawson Community Airport (IATA: GDV, ICAO: KGDV, FAA LID: GDV) is a county-owned public-use airport located four nautical miles (5 mi, 7 km) northwest of the central business district of Glendive, a city in Dawson County, Montana, United States. The airport is served by one commercial airline, subsidized by the Essential Air Service program. Show on map
Lewistown Municipal AirportLewistown Municipal Airport (IATA: LWT, ICAO: KLWT, FAA LID: LWT) is two miles southwest of Lewistown, in Fergus County, Montana. It is owned by the city and county. Federal Aviation Administration records say the airport had 596 passenger boardings (enplanements) in calendar year 2008, 1,049 in 2009 and 704 in 2010. The National Plan of Integrated Airport Systems for 2011–2015 called it as a general aviation airport (the commercial service category requires 2,500 enplanements per year). Show on map
Lee Metcalf National Wildlife Refuge AirportLee Metcalf National Wildlife Refuge is a 2,800-acre (1,100 ha) National Wildlife Refuge (NWR) in southwestern Montana, U.S. Established in 1964 as Ravalli NWR, it was renamed in 1978 in honor of the late Senator Lee Metcalf, a native of Montana. The refuge was set aside for the protection of migratory bird species. About 235 species of birds have been documented on the refuge, with over 100 nesting there. Additionally, 37 species of mammals, and 17 species of reptiles and amphibians also have been documented. Show on map
Havre City/County AirportHavre City–County Airport (IATA: HVR, ICAO: KHVR, FAA LID: HVR) is a public use airport located three nautical miles (6 km) west of the central business district of Havre, a city in Hill County, Montana, United States. It is owned by the City of Havre and Hill County. The airport is served by one commercial airline, subsidized by the Essential Air Service program. Show on map
Logan International AirportBillings Logan International Airport (IATA: BIL, ICAO: KBIL, FAA LID: BIL) is two miles northwest of downtown Billings, in Yellowstone County, Montana. It is the second largest airport in Montana, having been surpassed by Bozeman in both number of gates as well as annual enplanements in recent years, and is owned by the city of Billings. The airport is on top of the Rims, a 500-foot (150 m) cliff overlooking the downtown core. Show on map
Tongue River DamTongue River Dam (National ID # MT00002) is a dam in Big Horn County, Montana, a few miles north of the Wyoming state border. The earthen dam was constructed in the river canyon in 1939, with a height of 91 feet and a length at its crest of 1824 feet. It impounds Montana's north-flowing Tongue River for flood control and irrigation water storage. The dam and reservoir are owned and operated by the state of Montana's Department of Natural Resources. Show on map
ComertownComertown is an unincorporated community in northeastern Sheridan County, Montana, United States. Founded in 1913, it was established as a station stop on the Soo Line Railroad branch line to Whitetail. It is centered at 48°53′49″N 104°15′0″W / 48.89694°N 104.25000°W (48.8969706, -104.2499432) and located at an altitude of 2,270 feet (692 m). The post office at Comertown operated from November 14, 1914 to June 30, 1957. A school and a cemetery were also established at Comertown. In 1993, the entire community was listed on the National Register of Historic Places as a historic district. Show on map
Kicking Horse DamKicking Horse Dam (National ID # MT00594) is a dam in Lake County, Montana. The earthen dam was constructed in 1930 by the United States Bureau of Indian Affairs, with a height of 29 feet and 5220 feet long at its crest. It impounds Dublin Gulch for irrigation and recreation. The dam is owned and operated by the Bureau of Indian Affairs, while recreation is regulated by the tribal government and the Montana Department of Fish, Wildlife and Parks. Show on map
Locate Creek BridgeThe Locate Creek Bridge, located on N. Locate Rd. near Miles City, Montana, is a historic bridge that is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. It is significant as the oldest steel stringer bridge in the state of Montana. It was built in 1901 by Custer County. The bridge was part of a Custer County program to build bridges to bring farmers and ranchers into convenient reach of railroads. From information available, it seems the bridge is located three miles north along N. Locate Road, which seems to be the road also known as Mizpah Road, north from U.S. 12, east of Miles City. Show on map
KXGN-TV (Glendive)KXGN-TV, channel 5, is a television station in Glendive, Montana, a primarily agricultural region in eastern Montana, which is the smallest of the 210 US Nielsen-designated broadcast television market areas in the United States; the market serves a total potential home-market audience of a mere five thousand households in Dawson and Prairie counties in eastern Montana. The market is also the smallest in North America. KXGN celebrated its 50th year on the air in November 2007. Show on map
Tiber DamTiber Dam, located in southern Liberty County in northern Montana, USA, is a dam on the Marias River which forms Lake Elwell, also known as Tiber Reservoir. Construction on the dam began in 1952 and it was complete in 1956. Between 1967 and 1969, a dyke was added to the southern rim of the reservoir near the dam due to difficulties with the spillway settling. From 1976 to 1989, the spillway was rehabilitated. The dam is also considered one of the biggest earth-fill dams in the world, along with Fort Peck Dam. Show on map
Fort MissoulaFort Missoula was established by the United States Army in 1877 on land that is now part of the city of Missoula, Montana, to protect settlers in Western Montana from possible threats from the Native American Indians, such as the Nez Perce. During World War II, Fort Missoula housed a prison camp for Italian POWs, who called the area Bella Vista, and Japanese Americans arrested as \"enemy aliens\" after Pearl Harbor. Show on map
Rainbow DamRainbow Dam is a hydroelectric dam on the Missouri River, 29 feet (8.8 m) high and 1,055 feet (322 m) long, located six miles northeast of Great Falls in the U.S. state of Montana. The dam is named for the downstream Rainbow Falls, a 45 ft (14 m) waterfall that is the third of the five Great Falls of the Missouri. Built in 1910, the dam furnishes water to an eight-unit hydroelectric plant with a capacity of 36 megawatts. As the dam's power plant is located over a half-mile downstream, the flow of water over Rainbow Falls and downstream Crooked Falls is significantly reduced during the dry season. The water from the penstocks re-enters the river a few hundred yards east of Crooked Falls. Montana Power Company acquired the dam when it was founded in 1912, PPL Corporation purchased it in 1997 Show on map
Whetstone International AirportWhetstone International Airport or Del Bonita/Whetstone International Airport (FAA LID: H28, TC LID: CEQ4) is a public use airport at the Canada–US border, in Port of Del Bonita, Glacier County, Montana, 2 nautical miles (4 km) south of Del Bonita, Cardston County, Alberta. The airport is owned by the U.S. state of Montana and is operated by the Montana Department of Transportation Aeronautics Division. It is located 31 miles (50 km) northwest of the city of Cut Bank, Montana. Show on map
Hauser DamHauser Dam (also known as Hauser Lake Dam) is a hydroelectric straight gravity dam on the Missouri River about 14 miles (23 km) northeast of Helena, Montana, in the United States. The original dam, built between 1905 and 1907, failed in 1908 and caused severe flooding and damage downstream. A second dam was built on the site in 1908 and opened in 1911 and comprises the present structure. The current Hauser Dam is 700 feet (210 m) long and 80 feet (24 m) high. The reservoir formed by the dam, Hauser Lake (also known as Hauser Reservoir) is 25 miles (40 km) long, has a surface area of 3,800 acres (1,500 ha), and has a storage capacity of 98,000 acre feet (121,000,000 m3) of water when full. Show on map
Fort Belknap CollegeAaniiih Nakoda College (ANC) (formerly Fort Belknap College) is a tribal college located on the Fort Belknap Indian Reservation in Harlem, Montana. The institution incorporates native culture into the curriculum and promotes cultural identity; however, the school is open to both tribal and non-tribal members. Aaniiih Nakoda College is a member of the American Indian Higher Education Consortium (AIHEC), which is a community of tribally and federally chartered institutions working to strengthen tribal nations and make a lasting difference in the lives of American Indians and Alaska Natives. ANC was created in response to the higher education needs of American Indians. ANC generally serves geographically isolated populations that have no other means accessing education beyond the high school@en . Show on map
Montana State UniversityMontana State University (MSU) is a land-grant university located in Bozeman, Montana, United States. It is the state's largest university and primary campus in the Montana State University System, which is part of the Montana University System. MSU offers baccalaureate degrees in 51 fields, master's degrees in 41 fields, and doctoral degrees in 18 fields through its nine colleges. Show on map
Bert Mooney AirportBert Mooney Airport (IATA: BTM, ICAO: KBTM, FAA LID: BTM) is a public airport three miles southeast of Butte, in Silver Bow County, Montana. It is owned by the Bert Mooney Airport Authority. The airport name was changed in 1972 to honor Bert Mooney, an aviator from Butte who was the first to fly mail into Yellowstone National Park in 1935. Prior to this the airport was Butte Municipal Airport (from its opening in 1926) and Silver Bow County Airport from 1960-1972. Show on map
Montana Tech of the University of MontanaMontana Tech is a public university located in Butte, Montana. Originally founded in 1900 as the Montana State School of Mines, the institution’s funding and land came from the Enabling Act of 1889, which admitted Montana to the Union and allocated 100,000 acres of public land to establish a state school of mines. The School of Mines opened its doors with only one building, Main Hall, holding 21 students. The School of Mines offered only two degrees: mining engineering and electrical engineering. Show on map
Fort Elizabeth Meagher (historical)Fort Elizabeth Meagher, named for the wife of Thomas F. Meagher, secretary and former acting governor of the Montana Territory, was established in May, 1867 eight miles east of the town of Bozeman, Montana at the mouth of Rocky Creek by Brigadier General Thomas Thoroughman and Colonel Walter W. De Lacy of the Montana Territory Volunteer Militia. The post's mission was to provide settlers protection against hostile Crow and Sioux Native Americans who were expected to invade the area following the murder of John Bozeman in April, 1867. The main post stockade, and a picket-post erected on the approaches to Bridger Pass, were designed to block the passes through the mountains into the valley. The post was abandoned in August 1867 when nearby Fort Ellis was built. Show on map
Willow Creek DamWillow Creek Dam (National ID # MT00577) is a dam in Lewis and Clark County, Montana. The earthen dam was originally constructed between 1907 and 1911 by the United States Bureau of Reclamation, then modified and reinforced several times since. With a height of 93 feet and 650 feet long at its crest, it impounds Willow Creek for irrigation storage and flood control, part of the Bureau's larger Sun River Project. The dam is owned and operated by the Bureau. Show on map
Upper Missouri River Breaks National MonumentThe Upper Missouri River Breaks National Monument is a national monument protecting the Missouri Breaks of central Montana, United States. It is managed by the Bureau of Land Management. Called \"The Breaks\" by locals, it is a series of badland areas characterized by rock outcroppings, steep bluffs and grassy plains. Created by Proclamation by President William J. Clinton on January 17, 2001, it encompasses 495,502 acres (200,523 ha), most of which were already managed by the U.S. government. The adjacent Missouri River was designated a Wild and Scenic River in 1976 and forms a western boundary while the Charles M. Russell National Wildlife Refuge is to the east. The Breaks country was a model for many of the paintings done by painter Charles M. Russell. Show on map
Clark Fork Valley HospitalClark Fork Valley Hospital is a full-service community hospital in Plains, Montana, USA. The hospital features a 24/7 emergency department, Intensive Care Unit, Family Birthing Center, and a complete imaging department anchored by a multi-slice GE lightspeed CT scanner, 3-dimensional ultrasound, echocardiography and all digital imaging. Through a multi-hospital cooperative (MONIDA) a 1.5 tesla GE MRI Unit is on site two days weekly. Other services include, general surgery, surgical oncology, total joint replacement, orthopedic surgery, cataract surgery, and urology. Show on map
Glasgow Air Force Base (historical)Glasgow Air Force Base (GAFB, former ICAO: KGSG; 1957–1968, 1971–1976) is a former United States Air Force base located approximately 17 miles (27 km) north of the city of Glasgow, Valley County, Montana, not far from the Canada–US border. Prior to DoD ownership, 605 acres (245 ha) of this land were used as a municipal airport and the rest for agricultural purposes. Show on map
Missoula International AirportMissoula International Airport (IATA: MSO, ICAO: KMSO, FAA LID: MSO) is five miles northwest of Missoula, in Missoula County, Montana. It is owned by the Missoula County Airport Authority. The National Plan of Integrated Airport Systems for 2011–2015 categorized it as a primary commercial service airport (more than 10,000 enplanements per year). Federal Aviation Administration records say the airport had 288,071 passenger boardings (enplanements) in calendar year 2008, 281,428 in 2009 and 289,875 in 2010. Show on map
American Computer MuseumThe American Computer & Robotics Museum, formerly known as the American Computer Museum, is a museum of the history of computing, communications, artificial intelligence & robotics that is located in Bozeman, Montana, USA. It was founded in May 1990 by Barbara and George Keremedjiev as a non-profit organization and will be celebrating its 25th anniversary in May 2015. The museum is also known as the American Computer & Robotics Museum. The museum was originally intended to have been located in Princeton, New Jersey, but the location was changed when the founders moved to Bozeman. It is likely the oldest extant museum dedicated to the history of computers in the world. The Computer Museum in Boston opened first, but it closed in 1999. Show on map
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Hamilton High SchoolHamilton High School is located in the Bitterroot Valley in Hamilton, Montana. Currently, there are approximately 557 students in grades 9-12. The student to teacher ratio is about 16 to 1. Graduating classes are generally around 125 students. The school mascot is the Bronc. Hamilton High School stands as one of the nicest high schools in the state of Montana after having been rebuilt in the year 2000. The new high school was built to hold 800 students, but growth has not been as steep as expected, thus resulting in relatively small class sizes. Show on map
Thompson Falls DamThompson Falls Dam is a dam in Sanders County, Montana, in the northwestern part of the state. A complex of four hydropower dams stand on the Clark Fork River in downtown Thompson Falls, Montana: \n* the Main Channel Dam (ID # MT00224), 54 feet high \n* the Dry Channel Dam (ID # MT83013), 38 feet high \n* Intake Dam A (ID # MT83014), 53 feet high \n* Intake Dam B (ID # MT83015), 110 feet high Show on map
KPAX-TV (Missoula)KPAX-TV is a television station in Missoula, Montana, broadcasting locally on channel 8 as an affiliate of CBS, with programming from The CW on digital suchannel 8.2. The station is owned by Evening Post Industries. The station is part of the Evening Post's Montana Television Network, a network of Montana CBS stations. The CW digital subchannel is known as Western Montana CW. Show on map
Cooney DamCooney Dam (National ID # MT00001) is a dam in Carbon County, Montana. The earthen dam was constructed in 1937 by the State of Montana, with a height of 97 feet, and a length of 2260 feet at its crest. It impounds Red Lodge Creek for irrigation water storage. The dam is owned and operated by the State of Montana's Department of Natural Resources. Show on map
Treasure State Baptist AcademyTreasure State Academy (TSA) (formerly Treasure State Baptist Academy) is a private Christian school that was founded in 1973 by Pastor Richard Dion and is operated by Fairview Baptist Church. Both school and church are located in Great Falls, Montana. TSA's sister educational institution, Mountain States Baptist College, is also located in Great Falls and was founded in 1981. Show on map
Makoshika State Park Visitors CenterMakoshika State Park (\"ma-KO-sh(ih)kuh\" from the Lakota Maco sica, meaning 'bad land' or 'land of bad spirits') is the largest of Montana's state parks at more than 11,000 acres (45 km²). It is located east of Glendive. The park contains spectacular badlands which conceal dinosaur fossils. The park contains rock from the Hell Creek Formation and dinosaurs such as Triceratops are found there. In 1997, a fossil Thescelosaurus was found at Makoshika by an expedition led by Jack Horner and Bob Harmon. Birds such as turkey vultures, prairie falcons and eagles make their homes here. The visitor center houses a small museum with displays about geology and local fossils. Show on map
Kerr DamThe Kerr Dam, officially known as the Seli’š Ksanka Qlispe’, is a concrete gravity-arch dam located at river mile 72 of the Flathead River, increasing the size of Flathead Lake near Polson, Montana. The dam was designed for hydroelectricity but also serves recreational uses. The dam was originally named after Frank Kerr, president of the Montana Power Company at the time of the dam's completion in 1938; however, during the Confederated Salish and Kootenai Tribe's celebration of their acquisition of the dam on September 5, 2015, the Tribal Council announced that the dam's name would henceforth be changed to reflect its new ownership. Show on map
Baker Municipal AirportBaker Municipal Airport (ICAO: KBHK, FAA LID: BHK) is a public-use airport located one nautical mile (1.15 mi, 1.85 km) southeast of the central business district of Baker, a city in Fallon County, Montana, United States. The airport is owned by Baker City and Fallon County. It is included in the FAA's National Plan of Integrated Airport Systems for 2011–2015, which categorized it as a general aviation facility. Show on map
KJJR-AM (Whitefish)KJJR (880 AM, \"News Talk 880\") is a radio station licensed to serve Whitefish, Montana. The station is owned by Bee Broadcasting, Inc. It airs a News/Talk format. The KJJR frequency is 880 kHz, a United States clear-channel frequency, on which WCBS is the only Class A station. Programming on KJJR includes syndicated talk shows hosted by Rush Limbaugh, Sean Hannity, Mark Levin, Michael Savage, Laura Ingraham, Dennis Miller, Mike Gallagher, Bill Bennett, and Jim Bohannon. All Bee Broadcasting stations are based at 2431 Highway 2 East, Kalispell, Montana. Show on map
Red Lodge AirportRed Lodge Airport (ICAO: KRED, FAA LID: RED) is a public use airport located one nautical mile (1.85 km) northwest of the central business district of Red Lodge, a city in Carbon County, Montana, United States. It is owned by the City of Red Lodge and Carbon County. According to the FAA's National Plan of Integrated Airport Systems for 2009–2013, it is categorized as a general aviation airport. Show on map
KXLF-TV (Butte)KXLF-TV is a television station in Butte, Montana, broadcasting locally as a CBS affiliate on digital channel 4.1 (VHF channel 5). Programming from The CW is broadcast on digital channel 4.2. The station operates a semi-satellite in Bozeman, KBZK channel 7. Both stations are owned by the Cordillera Communications subsidiary of Evening Post Industries as part of its Montana Television Network (MTN). Show on map
Lake Sherburne DamLake Sherburne Dam is a 107-foot (33 m) high compacted earthfill dam built between 1914 and 1921 built just outside the boundary of Glacier National Park, Montana, its reservoir extending into the park. The dam impounds Swiftcurrent Creek as it flows out of the park. Water stored in Lake Sherburne is released to flow down Swiftcurrent Creek to the St. Mary River, from which it is diverted to the Milk River, flowing through Canada for 216 miles (348 km) before returning to the United States. Use of these waters is governed by the Boundary Waters Treaty of 1909. Water from the Milk River is used for irrigation in north central Montana. Show on map
Gallatin Field AirportBozeman Yellowstone International Airport (IATA: BZN, ICAO: KBZN, FAA LID: BZN) (Gallatin Field) is eight miles (13 km) northwest of Bozeman, in Gallatin County, Montana. Owned by the Gallatin Airport Authority, the airport is in Belgrade and has recently become the busiest airport in Montana for passenger service. Show on map
Little Big Horn CollegeLittle Big Horn College is a Native American tribal college based on the Crow Indian Reservation in Crow Agency, Montana, in south central Montana. Current enrollment is 398 students. Little Big Horn College is a two-year, tribally owned community college, serving the people of the Crow Indian Reservation. Owing to its open admissions policy, LBHC welcomes enrollment from any adult with a high school diploma or GED. The student body is composed of Crow Tribal members (95 percent), members of American Indian Tribes from around the intermountain west (3 percent), and non-Indian residents of the Big Horn County area (2 percent). Show on map
KBOZ-FM (Bozeman)KBOZ-FM (99.9 FM, \"9 Country\") is a radio station broadcasting a Country music format. Licensed to Bozeman, Montana, USA, the station serves the Bozeman area. The station is owned by Reier Broadcasting Company, Inc., which operates as the KBOZ Radio Stations Group. Show on map
Malta AirportMalta Airport (IATA: MLK, FAA LID: M75) is a public use airport located one nautical mile (2 km) northwest of the central business district of Malta, a city in Phillips County, Montana, United States. It is owned by the Phillips County Regional Airport Authority. This airport is included in the National Plan of Integrated Airport Systems for 2011–2015, which categorized it as a general aviation facility. Show on map
Thompson Falls State Park CampgroundThompson Falls State Park is a Montana state park located near Thompson Falls, Montana. Located on the banks of the Clark Fork River in western Montana, the park is 36 acres (15 ha) in size, and includes a campground, two boat launches, a kids' fishing pond, and riverside trail. The park is fully open April 1 to November 30; walk-in day use is permitted the rest of the year. Show on map
Lake Mason National Wildlife Refuge DamLake Mason National Wildlife Refuge is located in the center of the U.S. state of Montana. The refuge has numerous lakes and extensive marshlands along Willow Creek, which provide nesting habitat for over a hundred bird species. The refuge is managed from the Charles M. Russell National Wildlife Refuge and is normally unstaffed and has few visitor improvements. The refuge consists of three discontinuous areas; the Lake Mason area which has seasonal wetlands, the North section consisting primarily of uplands and the Willow Creek section which was set aside to protect habitat for the mountain plover. Show on map
KMSM-FM (Butte)KMSM-FM (103.9 FM) is a radio station licensed to serve Butte, Montana. The station is owned by The Associated Students of Montana Tech. It airs a Variety format. The station was assigned the KMSM-FM call letters by the Federal Communications Commission on January 3, 1973. The station was formerly broadcast at a frequency of 106.9 but was changed into 107.1 in 2003. It was changed to 103.9 in August 2011. A DJ promotional record with KMSM FM 91.5 (from 1976) written on it, may elude to an earlier broadcast frequency. Associated Students of Montana Tech run and maintain the station. Show on map
Great Falls High SchoolGreat Falls High School (or GFHS) is a public high school for grades 9 through 12 located in Great Falls, Montana. Established in 1890, it was the city's first high school. The school's original building, constructed in 1896, is now on the National Register of Historic Places. GFHS began construction on its current building in 1929 and occupied it in the fall of 1930. The high school marked its 80th year in the structure during the 2010–2011 school year. The school's current building, constructed in 1930, was added to the National Register of Historic Places in March 2013. Show on map
Glacier Park International AirportGlacier Park International Airport (IATA: FCA, ICAO: KGPI, FAA LID: GPI) is in Flathead County, Montana, six miles northeast of Kalispell. The airport is owned and operated by the Flathead Municipal Airport Authority, a public agency created by the county in 1974. The airport's ICAO code was KFCA, and most airlines still use that code for reservations purposes. Most U.S. airports use the same three-letter location identifier for the FAA and IATA, but Glacier Park International Airport is GPI to the FAA and FCA to the IATA (which assigned GPI to Guapi Airport in Colombia.) Show on map
KFBB-TV (Great Falls)KFBB-TV is a full-service television station in Great Falls, Montana, broadcasting locally on digital VHF channel 8 as an affiliate of ABC. Founded March 21, 1954, the station is owned by Cowles Company. It broadcasts from a transmitter at its studios on Old Havre Highway in Black Eagle. KFBB-TV also operates a semi-satellite for the Helena area, KHBB-LD channel 21 (UHF). Both stations offer Fox via their digital subchannels (until 2009, only KHBB did so, as Fox programming in Great Falls was seen on KLMN) KFBB-TV is also repeated on several translators. KFBB Show on map
Holter DamHolter Dam is a hydroelectric straight gravity dam on the Missouri River about 45 miles (72 km) northeast of Helena, Montana, in the United States. The dam, which was built between 1908 and 1918, is 1,364 feet (416 m) long and 124 feet (38 m) high. The reservoir formed by the dam, Holter Lake (also known as Holter Reservoir) is 25 miles (40 km) long and has a storage capacity of 243,000 acre feet (300,000,000 m3) of water when full. The dam is a \"run-of-the-river\" dam because it can generate electricity without needing to store additional water supplies behind the dam. Show on map
Ennis - Big Sky AirportBig Sky Airport (ICAO: KEKS, FAA LID: EKS) (also known as Ennis Big Sky Airport) is a county owned, public use airport located six nautical miles (7 mi, 11 km) southeast of the central business district of Ennis, a town in Madison County, Montana, United States. It is included in the National Plan of Integrated Airport Systems for 2011–2015, which categorized it as a general aviation airport. Although many U.S. airports use the same three-letter location identifier for the FAA and IATA, this facility is assigned EKS by the FAA but has no designation from the IATA. Show on map
Hellgate High SchoolHellgate High School is located in Missoula, Montana. It is the largest high school in the Missoula County Public Schools District of Montana in terms of student body population. Hellgate has approximately 1200 students, and a faculty of approximately 100. It is classified as an AA high school, the classification given to the largest high schools in Montana. It is ranked the fourth best high school in the state of Montana by US News, beating the district's Sentinel, which is ranked sixth in the state, and both Big Sky and Seeley-Swan which are unranked. Show on map
Choteau AirportChoteau Airport (ICAO: KCII, FAA LID: CII) is a public use airport located one nautical mile (2 km) northeast of the central business district of Choteau, a city in Teton County, Montana, United States. The airport is owned by the city and county. It is included in the National Plan of Integrated Airport Systems for 2011–2015, which categorized it as a general aviation airport. Although many U.S. airports use the same three-letter location identifier for the FAA and IATA, this facility is assigned CII by the FAA but has no designation from the IATA. Show on map
Woodman SchoolWoodman School is a small, rural school that was founded in 1892. The school is located on Highway 12 west of Lolo in Missoula County, Montana. There are approximately 50 students at Woodman School. Woodman School is organized into the following classrooms: Kindergarten; 1-2; 3-4; 5-6; 7-8. The school has eight staff members, including five teachers. The school used to participate in frequent outdoor activities on the neighboring ranch lands and in Lolo National Forest. The School's most famous graduate, naturalist Bud Moore, recently died. Show on map
Broadus AirportBroadus Airport (IATA: BDX, FAA LID: 00F) is a county-owned, public-use airport located three miles (5 km) northwest of the central business district of Broadus, a town in Powder River County, Montana, United States. This new airport was built at a cost of $2 million to replace the old Broadus Airport which is now closed. The old airport, located approximately 2 miles (3.2 km) southeast of the new airport, was closed in 2005, and the new airport is 2 miles (3.2 km) northwest of Broadus, north of U.S. Highway 212, along Montana Highway 59. Show on map
KAAK-FM (Great Falls)Kaak also known as Pathhar ki roti (English: Stone bread) is a native dish of the province of Balochistan, Pakistan. It is made by flattening the dough for the bread and rolling it over a preheated stone. The stone is then baked in a tandoor. Kaak is often served with Sajji. Popular among the nomadic Balochis, Kaak is very hard once it has been baked. In Arab countries, the same word refers to thin savoury pastry bracelets, often flavoured with aniseed or covered with sesame seeds. Kaak bi loz are a sweet version made with ground almonds. Show on map
Thompson Falls High SchoolThompson Falls High School is a high school in Thompson Falls, Sanders County, Montana, United States. As of the 2014–2015 school year, it had an enrollment of 175 students in grades 9–12. The school has an unusually large percentage of students who have come from other states, where they have had difficulties and have been sent to Sanders County to live in group homes. More than 90% of these students go on to graduate from high school. In 2015 the school received a College and Career Transition Award from ACT and the state of Montana. Show on map
Wheatland County Airport at HarlowtonWheatland County Airport (ICAO: KHWQ, FAA LID: HWQ) is a county owned, public use airport located two nautical miles (4 km) northwest of the central business district of Harlowton, a city in Wheatland County, Montana, United States. It is included in the National Plan of Integrated Airport Systems for 2011–2015, which categorized it as a general aviation airport. Although many U.S. airports use the same three-letter location identifier for the FAA and IATA, this facility is assigned HWQ by the FAA but has no designation from the IATA. Show on map
KLCB-AM (Libby)KLCB (1230 AM) is a radio station licensed to serve Libby, Montana. The station is owned by Lincoln County Broadcasters. It airs a country music format. KLCB and KTNY share studios at 251 W Cedar St. in Libby. They also share a transmitter site south of town on Spencer Road. In addition to its usual music programming, KLCB carries national and local news, a swap and shop program, plus Libby Loggers football and men's and women's basketball games. Show on map
Stone Child CollegeStone Child College is an accredited tribal college of the Chippewa-Cree Tribe located in Box Elder, Montana. SCC is located on the Rocky Boy’s Indian Reservation in north central Montana. SCC is one of seven Tribal Colleges in Montana. In 2008–09, SCC had an enrollment of 511, of whom 98 percent were American Indian descent; 20 percent were bilingual or of limited English proficiency. SCC students range in age from 17 to 72, with the average age at 30. The college retention rate is 47 percent and the graduation rate is 20 percent. Show on map
KOJM-AM (Havre)KOJM (610 AM, \"The Rock\") is a radio station licensed to serve Havre, Montana. The station is owned by New Media Broadcasters, Inc. It airs a Classic Hits music format. The broadcast studios are located north of town, at 2210 31st Street North. This facility is shared with its sister stations. The transmitter and two towers are also at this location. KOJM was the first AM radio station in Montana to broadcast with HD Radio in the summer 2004. The station was assigned the KOJM call letters by the Federal Communications Commission. Show on map
Whitefish Lake State Park CampgroundWhitefish Lake State Park is a Montana state park located two miles west of the town of Whitefish, Montana off U.S. Highway 93. The park is a convenient place to camp for those wanting to stay close to the amenities of Whitefish, although it can be very crowded in summer. The park contains a boat launch and swimming beach popular with locals, and the campground has running water and flush toilets. There is a fee for day use. The park contains tent and RV sites, and handicapped accessible fishing and picnic sites with fire rings. Show on map
Helena High SchoolHelena High School is a public high school for grades 9 through 12 located in Helena, Montana. It is part of the Helena Public School District. Founded in September 1876, it is the oldest high school in the state of Montana. A new building was completed in August 1935 and it was almost destroyed a few months later in the 1935 Helena earthquake. In 1955, the building became Helena Junior High School (now Helena Middle School) and Helena High School moved into its present location at 1300 Billings Avenue, just off Montana Avenue. Show on map
Rocky Mountain CollegeRocky Mountain College (informally Rocky, or RMC), located in Billings, in the U.S. state of Montana, is a private comprehensive college offering 50 liberal arts- and professionally oriented- majors in 24 undergraduate disciplines. In fall 2013, the college had 1069 enrolled students. It is affiliated with the United Methodist Church, the Presbyterian Church (USA), and the United Church of Christ. Some of RMC's less traditional academic offerings include aviation programs, equestrian programs, and physician assistant programs. Show on map
Glasgow Industrial AirportGlasgow Industrial Airport (FAA LID: 07MT) is a private airport located 14 nautical miles (16 miles or 26 km) northeast of the central business district of Glasgow, a city in Valley County, Montana, United States. The airport is located on the site of the former Glasgow Air Force Base which was in operation from 1957 to 1968, then again from 1972 to 1976. The Boeing Company operates a Flight Test Facility at this airport, which is maintained and operated by the Montana Aviation Research Company (MARCO), a Boeing subsidiary. Show on map
KXTL-AM (Butte)KXTL (1370 AM) is a radio station licensed to serve Butte, Montana. The station is owned by Cherry Creek Radio and licensed to CCR-Butte IV, LLC. It airs a talk radio format. KXTL and its sister stations are all located at 750 Dewey Blvd. in Butte. The rear of this radio facility houses the small studios of the local NBC affiliate, KTVM Channel 6. The KXTL transmitter site is on Nissler Road, west of Butte. The station has been assigned the KXTL call letters by the Federal Communications Commission since August 1, 1985. Show on map
Hungry Horse DamHungry Horse Dam is an arch dam on the South Fork Flathead River in the Rocky Mountains of the U.S. state of Montana. It is located in Flathead National Forest, in Flathead County, about 15 miles (24 km) south of the west entrance to Glacier National Park, 9 miles (14 km) southeast of Columbia Falls, and 20 miles (32 km) northeast of Kalispell. The Hungry Horse project, dam, and powerplant are operated by the United States Bureau of Reclamation. The entrance road leading to the dam is located in Hungry Horse, Montana. Show on map
Missoula CemeteryMissoula Cemetery is the second oldest cemetery located in Missoula, Montana, with Fort Missoula Cemetery being the oldest. The Missoula Cemetery was first established in 1884 by the Missoula Valley Improvement Company, a corporation owned by prominent citizens Isadore Cohn, Frank Woody, William H.H. Dickinson and Thomas C Marshall. The land where the cemetery would be built was purchased from the Northern Pacific Railroad for $168. The cemetery was eventually sold to the City of Missoula in 1901, for the total of $1. Show on map
Helena Regional AirportHelena Regional Airport (IATA: HLN, ICAO: KHLN, FAA LID: HLN) is a public airport two miles northeast of Helena, in Lewis and Clark County, Montana. It is owned by the Helena Regional Airport Authority. The National Plan of Integrated Airport Systems for 2011–2015 categorized it as a primary commercial service airport (more than 10,000 enplanements per year). Federal Aviation Administration records say the airport had 85,649 passenger boardings (enplanements) in calendar year 2008, 88,314 in 2009 and 98,193 in 2010. Show on map
KRYK-FM (Chinook)KRYK (101.3 FM, \"Sunny 101\") is a radio station licensed to serve Chinook, Montana. The station is owned by New Media Broadcasters, Inc. It airs a Hot Adult Contemporary music format. The broadcast studios are located north of town, at 2210 31st Street North. This facility is shared with its sister stations. The transmitter site is southeast of Harve. Their HD2 channel carries a Current Hit Radio format. The station was assigned the KRYK call letters by the Federal Communications Commission on July 25, 1983. Show on map
Flathead Valley Community CollegeFlathead Valley Community College is a public community college located in Kalispell, Montana. Founded in 1967, the school is one of three two-year institutions in the state that are outside the control of the University of Montana System, Montana State University System, and the tribal college system. The school offers an Associate of Applied Science degree in 24 different majors, as well as an Associate in Arts degree for substance abuse counseling and an Associate in Science degree for nursing. The college added an AAS degree in Brewing Science and Brewery Operations in 2015, and has built an on-campus brewery for student instruction. Student housing will be available for the first time during the 2017-2018 academic year. Show on map
The University of Montana - WesternThe University of Montana Western is a public university located in Dillon, Montana, United States. It is affiliated with The University of Montana and is part of the Montana University System. The school was founded in 1893 as Montana State Normal School. The basis upon the founding of this college was as a center for training teachers. It was formerly known as Western Montana College before becoming part of the Montana University System in 2000. Enrollment as of fall 2011 was 1,379 students. Show on map
Cochrane DamCochrane Dam is a run-of-the river hydroelectric dam on the Missouri River, about 8 miles (13 km) northeast of Great Falls in the U.S. state of Montana. The dam has a concrete gravity design and is 59 feet (18 m) high and 753 feet (230 m) long. Its power station has two generators capable of producing 64 megawatts. Construction of the dam was finished in 1958. Montana Power Company originally built the dam, PPL Corporation purchased it in 1997 and sold it to NorthWestern Corporation in 2014. Show on map
Soldiers ChapelSoldiers Chapel is a non-denominational Christian memorial chapel in Big Sky, Gallatin County, Montana, USA, dedicated in 1955 by the Nelson Story family in tribute to a fallen family member of the 163rd Infantry Regiment. The regiment was part of the Montana National Guard during World War II. Open daily from Memorial Day through Labor Day, with services at 11 a.m. on Sundays, the chapel is popular for special events such as weddings. The chapel is at an elevation of 6,017 feet (1,834 m). Show on map
Salish Kootenai CollegeSalish Kootenai College (SKC) is a Native American tribal college based in Pablo, Montana which serves the Bitterroot Salish, Kootenai, and Pend d'Oreilles tribes. The SKC's main campus is on the Flathead Reservation. There are three satellite locations in Washington in Colville, Spokane, and Wellpinit. Approximately 1,207 students attend SKC. Although enrollment is not limited to Native American students, SKC's primary function is to serve the needs of Native American people. Show on map
Three Forks AirportThree Forks Airport (FAA LID: 9S5) is a public use airport in Gallatin County, Montana, United States. The airport is owned by Gallatin County and located one nautical mile (2 km) southeast of the central business district of Three Forks, Montana. It is also known as Pogreba Field, named for a Korean War aviator from Three Forks. This airport is included in the National Plan of Integrated Airport Systems for 2011–2015, which categorized it as a general aviation facility. Show on map
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KZIN-FM (Shelby)KZIN-FM (96.7 FM, \"Wide Open Country\"), is a radio station licensed to serve Shelby, Montana. The station is owned by Townsquare Media, and licensed to Townsquare Media Shelby License, LLC. It airs a Country music format. The stations studios are at 830 Oilfield Avenue in Shelby, along with KSEN. Transmitter site is located on Cathedral Road, southwest of Shelby. The station was assigned the KZIN-FM call letters by the Federal Communications Commission on June 19, 1979. Show on map
Canyon Ferry DamCanyon Ferry Dam is a concrete gravity dam in a narrow valley of the Missouri River, United States, where the Big Belt Mountains and the Spokane Hills merge, approximately 68 miles (109 km) downstream from the confluence of the Gallatin, Madison, and Jefferson Rivers, and about 20 miles (32 km) east of the city of Helena, Montana. The dam is for flood control, irrigation, recreation and hydroelectric power. The building of the dam created a reservoir known as Canyon Ferry Lake. Show on map
Roosevelt ArchThe Roosevelt Arch is a rusticated triumphal arch at the north entrance to Yellowstone National Park in Gardiner, Montana, USA. Constructed under the supervision of the U.S. Army at Fort Yellowstone, its cornerstone was laid down by President of the United States Theodore Roosevelt in 1903. The top of the arch is inscribed with a quote from the Organic Act of 1872, the legislation which created Yellowstone, which reads \"For the Benefit and Enjoyment of the People.\" Show on map
Loyola - Sacred Heart High SchoolLoyola Sacred Heart High School is a private, Roman Catholic high school in Missoula, Montana. It is one of many schools in the Roman Catholic Diocese of Helena, another popular one being Butte Central Catholic in Butte. It is also affiliated with St. Joseph Elementary School, and both institutions are supported by the Loyola Sacred Heart Foundation. The Boys and Girls sports teams go by different names, being the Rams and the Breakers, respectively. Show on map
Nevada CityNevada City /nəˈveɪdəˈsɪti/ (nə-VAY-də) is an unincorporated community in Madison County, Montana, United States. In the 1880s, it was one of the two major centers of Commerce in what was known as one of the \"Richest Gold Strikes in the Rocky Mountain West\", it shared that role with its sister city Virginia City. Since the late 1990s, Nevada City has become one of Montana's biggest tourist attractions, as well as a largely residential area. Show on map
KATQ-FM (Plentywood)KATQ-FM 100.1 FM, is a radio station licensed to serve Plentywood, Montana. The station is owned by the Radio International KATQ Broadcast Association. It airs a classic rock format. Station studios are located at 112 Third Avenue East. The station was assigned the KATQ-FM call letters by the Federal Communications Commission on June 18, 1979. The station flipped from country music (simulcasting KATQ-AM) to classic rock in February 2013. Show on map
Noxon Rapids DamNoxon Rapids Dam is an earthfill gravity-type hydroelectric dam on the Clark Fork river, in the northwest part of the U.S. state of Montana. The dam is located in the far northwest of Montana near the Idaho border. Downriver of Noxon Rapids Dam the Clark Fork is again impounded by the Cabinet Gorge Dam. The operating capacity of Noxon Rapids Dam at full turbine flow and full pool is 466 MW. The project is owned and operated by Avista. Show on map
Hardy BridgeHardy Bridge is a Warren through truss, three-span, two-lane bridge over the Missouri River. It is located at milepost 6 on Old U.S. Route 91 (US 91) about 14 miles (23 km) southwest of Cascade, Montana, in the United States. Constructed in 1931, it was one of many similar bridges built during a great expansion of bridges and roadways in the state of Montana. It was added to the National Register of Historic Places on January 4, 2010. Show on map
Maureen and Mike Mansfield LibraryThe Maureen and Mike Mansfield Library is the campus library for students at the University of Montana in Missoula, Montana. The five-story library, which is located on the east side of the UM campus, was finished in 1978, funded by the U.S. Department of Commerce. In 1979, it was dedicated to Ambassador Mike Mansfield and his wife Maureen. The library is home to the earliest authorized edition of the Lewis and Clark journals. Show on map
Polson AirportPolson Airport (FAA LID: 8S1) is a public use airport in Lake County, Montana, United States. It is located one nautical mile (2 km) west of the central business district of Polson, a city on the southern shore of Flathead Lake. The airport is owned by the City of Polson and Lake County. It is included in the National Plan of Integrated Airport Systems for 2011–2015, which categorized it as a general aviation facility. Show on map
Gibson DamGibson Dam is a concrete arch dam on the Sun River, a tributary of the Missouri River, about 60 miles (97 km) west of Great Falls, Montana in the United States. Located on the eastern edge of the Rocky Mountains, the dam was built by the U.S. Bureau of Reclamation (USBR) between 1926 and 1929 as part of the Sun River Project to develop about 93,000 acres (38,000 ha) of irrigated land in the Sun River Valley. Show on map
KMTX-FM (Helena)KMTX (105.3 FM, \"Helena's Best Variety\") is a radio station licensed to serve Helena, Montana. The station is owned by Kevin Terry, through licensee The Montana Radio Company, LLC. It airs an Adult Contemporary music format. The station was assigned the KMTX-FM call letters by the Federal Communications Commission on March 7, 1984. The station changed its call sign to the current KMTX on December 31, 2014. Show on map
Havre Air Force StationHavre Air Force Station (site designator P-25, Z-25 after 31 July 1963) is a Formerly Used Defense Site that was used as a Cold War general surveillance radar station. In addition to radar facilities and a NORAD Control Center the site had support services: NCO club, bowling alley, hobby shops, library, movie theater, barber shop, exchange, commisary, grade school, and housing for officers and senior NCOs. Show on map
Twin Bridges AirportTwin Bridges Airport (FAA LID: 7S1) is a public use airport located two nautical miles (4 km) southeast of the central business district of Twin Bridges, a town in Madison County, Montana, United States. It is owned by Madison County and the Town of Twin Bridges. This airport is included in the National Plan of Integrated Airport Systems for 2011–2015, which categorized it as a general aviation facility. Show on map
Union City (historical)Union City is a ghost town in Madison County, Montana, United States. Its elevation is 7,582 feet (2,311 m), and it is located at 45°12′30″N 111°56′3″W / 45.20833°N 111.93417°W (45.2082579, -111.9424776). Founded in 1867 as a mining camp, the community has since been abandoned. The entire site, now owned by the Bureau of Land Management, was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1999. Show on map
Sher-Wood AirportSher-Wood Airport (IATA: PWD, ICAO: KPWD, FAA LID: PWD) is a public use airport located one nautical mile (2 km) northeast of the central business district of Plentywood, a city in Sheridan County, Montana, United States. It is owned by the city and county. This airport is included in the National Plan of Integrated Airport Systems for 2011–2015, which categorized it as a general aviation facility. Show on map
Glacier Park Lodge Golf CourseGlacier Park Lodge is located just outside the boundaries of Glacier National Park in the village of East Glacier Park, Montana, United States. The lodge was built in 1913 by the Glacier Park Company, a subsidiary of the Great Northern Railway. It was the first of a series of hotels built in and near Glacier National Park by the Great Northern to house visitors brought to the park by the railroad. Show on map
Malmstrom Air Force BaseMalmstrom Air Force Base is a United States Air Force base and census-designated place (CDP) in Great Falls, Cascade County, Montana, United States. It was named in honor of World War II POW Colonel Einar Axel Malmstrom. It is the home of the 341st Missile Wing (341 MW) of the Air Force Global Strike Command (AFGSC). As a census-designated place, it had a population of 3,472 at the 2010 census. Show on map
Hebgen DamThe Hebgen Dam is a concrete-core earthen embankment dam on the Madison River in the U.S. state of Montana. The dam is 85 feet tall and 721 feet long. The dam's purpose is to store and regulate water for other downstream reservoirs and hydroelectric power plants. Montana Power Company originally built the dam, PPL Corporation purchased it in 1997 and sold it to NorthWestern Corporation in 2014. Show on map
Roundup AirportRoundup Airport (IATA: RPX, ICAO: KRPX, FAA LID: RPX) is a public use airport located two nautical miles (4 km) north of the central business district of Roundup, a city in Musselshell County, Montana, United States. It is owned by the city and county. This airport is included in the National Plan of Integrated Airport Systems for 2011–2015, which categorized it as a general aviation facility. Show on map
Mission FieldMission Field (IATA: LVM, ICAO: KLVM, FAA LID: LVM) is a public use airport located five nautical miles (6 mi, 9 km) east of the central business district of Livingston, a city in Park County, Montana, United States. It is owned by the city and county. This airport is included in the National Plan of Integrated Airport Systems for 2011–2015, which categorized it as a general aviation facility. Show on map
KTMF-TV (Missoula)KTMF is a full-service television station in Missoula, Montana, broadcasting locally in digital on UHF channel 23 as an affiliate of ABC. Founded April 12, 1989, the station is owned by Cowles Publishing Company. The station's signal is rebroadcast on station KTMF-LD channel 42 in Kalispell and on three other low-power translator stations in the Flathead Lake area of northwestern Montana. Show on map
Harlem AirportHarlem Airport (FAA LID: 48S) is a public use airport located three nautical miles (6 km) north of the central business district of Harlem, a city in Blaine County, Montana, United States. It is owned by the Blaine County and the City of Harlem. This airport is included in the National Plan of Integrated Airport Systems for 2011–2015, which categorized it as a general aviation facility. Show on map
University of Great FallsThe University of Great Falls (UGF), a private Roman Catholic university located in Great Falls, Montana within the Diocese of Great Falls–Billings. The university is accredited by the Northwest Association of Schools and Colleges. The mission of the University of Great Falls \"is to provide students with the opportunity to obtain a liberal education for living and for making a living.\" Show on map
Frenchtown High SchoolFrenchtown High School is located in Frenchtown, Missoula County, Montana, United States. As of 2008, a construction project is under way which will add onto the high school complex and provide a new junior high facility next door. The addition is scheduled to be complete in September 2009. The high school consists of 399 students and 30 teachers. The school's mascot is the Bronc. Show on map
Lincoln AirportLincoln Airport (FAA LID: S69) is a public use airport located two nautical miles (4 km) east of the central business district of Lincoln, in Lewis and Clark County, Montana, United States. It is owned by the Montana Aeronautics Division. This airport is included in the National Plan of Integrated Airport Systems for 2011–2015, which categorized it as a general aviation facility. Show on map
Thompson Falls AirportThompson Falls Airport (IATA: THM, ICAO: KTHM, FAA LID: THM) is a county owned, public use airport located three nautical miles (6 km) southeast of the central business district of Thompson Falls, a city in Sanders County, Montana, United States. It is included in the National Plan of Integrated Airport Systems for 2011–2015, which categorized it as a general aviation airport. Show on map
Poplar Municipal AirportPoplar Municipal Airport (FAA LID: PO1) is a public use airport located two nautical miles (4 km) northeast of the central business district of Poplar, a town in Roosevelt County, Montana, United States. The airport is owned by Town of Poplar. It is included in the National Plan of Integrated Airport Systems for 2011–2015, which categorized it as a general aviation facility. Show on map
KNMC-FM (Havre)KNMC (90.1 FM) is a radio station licensed to serve Havre, Montana. The station is owned by Montana State University-Northern and licensed to Northern Montana College. (MSU-Northern changed its name from Northern Montana College in 1994.) It airs a College radio format. The station was assigned the KNMC call letters by the Federal Communications Commission on March 20, 1985. Show on map
Fresno DamFresno Dam is a dam on the Milk River, a tributary of the Missouri River, upstream of Havre, Montana. The dam is part of the Milk River Project, owned by the U.S. Bureau of Reclamation. It serves mainly to provide irrigation water and some of its capacity is also reserved for flood control. The dam was built between 1937 and 1939, and raised and overhauled in 1943 and 1951. Show on map
KTVQ-TV (Billings)KTVQ, virtual channel 2, is the CBS-affiliated television station in Billings, Montana, and it is owned by the Evening Post Industries; the station is part of the Montana Television Network, a statewide network of CBS-affiliated stations. It broadcasts its digital signal on VHF channel 10 (remapped to former analog channel 2); on cable, it is carried on Comcast channel 5. Show on map
World Museum of MiningThe World Museum of Mining is located in Butte, Montana. The purpose of the museum is to preserve a segment of American history which has heretofore been neglected. Chartered in 1964 as a non-profit educational corporation, the Museum first opened its doors in July of 1965. The site, an inactive silver and zinc mine named the Orphan Girl, includes some 22 acres of land. Show on map
Turner AirportTurner Airport (FAA LID: 9U0) is a public use airport in Blaine County, Montana, United States. It is owned by Blaine County and located one nautical mile (2 km) northeast of the central business district of Turner, Montana. This airport is included in the National Plan of Integrated Airport Systems for 2011–2015, which categorized it as a general aviation facility. Show on map
Flathead High SchoolFlathead High School is an American public secondary school located in Kalispell, Montana. It is one of two high schools in District #5 of the Kalispell Public Schools. Show on map
Woltermann Memorial AirportWoltermann Memorial Airport (FAA LID: 6S3) is a public use airport located southeast of Columbus, a city in Stillwater County, Montana, United States. Owned by the city and county, it was formerly known as Columbus Airport. This airport is included in the National Plan of Integrated Airport Systems for 2011–2015, which categorized it as a general aviation facility. Show on map
Mountain Lakes Field Airport (historical)Mountain Lakes Field (FAA LID: 5M7) was a public use airport located 11 nautical miles (20 km) northeast of the central business district of Helena, in Lewis and Clark County, Montana, United States. As of August 15th, 2014, 5M7 FAA code is unknown in FAA NASR system. In the List of airports in Montana, it is listed as a Notable Former Airport closed circa 2010. Show on map
KLYQ-AM (Hamilton)KLYQ (1240 AM) is a radio station broadcasting an oldies format. Licensed to Hamilton, Montana, USA, the station is currently owned by Townsquare Media and licensed to Townsquare Media Missoula License, LLC. KLYQ has studios at 320 North First Street in Hamilton, Montana. The station was assigned the \"KLYQ\" call letters by the Federal Communications Commission. Show on map
Jordan AirportJordan Airport (IATA: JDN, ICAO: KJDN, FAA LID: JDN) is a county owned, public use airport located two nautical miles (4 km) northwest of the central business district of Jordan, a town in Garfield County, Montana, United States. It is included in the National Plan of Integrated Airport Systems for 2011–2015, which categorized it as a general aviation airport. Show on map
Kalispell City AirportKalispell City Airport (FAA LID: S27) is a city-owned public-use airport located one nautical mile (1.85 km) south of the central business district of Kalispell, a city in Flathead County, Montana, United States. This airport is included in the FAA's National Plan of Integrated Airport Systems for 2009–2013, which categorized it as a general aviation facility. Show on map
Holiday Village MallHoliday Village Mall is a two leveled shopping mall located in Great Falls, Montana. The shopping center opened in 1957 with Albertsons and Skaggs Drug Centers and anchor stores. The mall was expanded into an enclosed shopping mall in the early 1960s. Today, the mall is anchored by Bed Bath & Beyond, Herberger's, JCPenney, Ross Stores, and Scheels All Sports. Show on map
Belle Creek AirportBelle Creek Airport (FAA LID: 3V7) is a county owned, public use airport in Powder River County, Montana, United States. It is located one nautical mile (2 km) northeast of Belle Creek, Montana. As of August 15, 2014, 3V7 FAA code is unknown in FAA NASR system. In the List of airports in Montana, it is listed as a Notable Former Airport closed circa 2009. Show on map
Big Sandy AirportBig Sandy Airport (FAA LID: 3U8) is a public use airport in Chouteau County, Montana, United States. It is owned by the Town of Big Sandy and located one nautical mile (2 km) south of its central business district. This airport is included in the National Plan of Integrated Airport Systems for 2011–2015, which categorized it as a general aviation facility. Show on map
Stevensville AirportStevensville Airport (FAA LID: 32S) is a town-owned public-use airport located two nautical miles (3.7 km) northeast of the central business district of Stevensville, a town in Ravalli County, Montana, United States. According to the FAA's National Plan of Integrated Airport Systems for 2009–2013, it is categorized as a general aviation facility. Show on map
Morgan AirportMorgan Airport (FAA LID: 7U4) was a county owned, public use airport in Phillips County, Montana, United States. It is located 12 nautical miles (22 km) north of Loring, near Morgan. As of August 15th, 2014, 7U4 FAA code is unknown in FAA NASR system. In the List of airports in Montana, it is listed as a Notable Former Airport closed circa 2008. Show on map
Stanford AirportStanford Airport (FAA LID: S64) is a county owned, public use airport located one nautical mile (2 km) south of the central business district of Stanford, a city in Judith Basin County, Montana, United States. It is included in the National Plan of Integrated Airport Systems for 2011–2015, which categorized it as a general aviation facility. Show on map
Sentinel High SchoolSentinel High School is located in Missoula, Montana. It is in the Missoula County Public Schools District No. 1. Sentinel has approximately 1,200 students, and a faculty of approximately 100. Sentinel was ranked 6th best high school in the state of Montana, two spots behind the district's Hellgate. Big Sky and Seeley-Swan were unranked. Show on map
Discovery Basin Ski AreaDiscovery Ski Area is an alpine ski area near the old mining town of Philipsburg, Montana, off Montana Highway 1, and is situated along the Pintler Scenic Loop opposite of Georgetown Lake. Situated on Rumsey and Jubilee mountains, the area consists of four different faces and provides for beginner groomed runs to expert bowl skiing. Show on map
Dawson Community CollegeDawson Community College is a community college with approximately 400 full-time students, located in Glendive, Montana. DCC offers students one-year certificate programs or two-year associate's degree programs. It is accredited by the Northwest Commission on Colleges and Universities and is part of the Montana University System . Show on map
Plains AirportPlains Airport (FAA LID: S34) is a county-owned public-use airport located one nautical mile (1.85 km) northwest of the central business district of Plains, in Sanders County, Montana, United States. According to the FAA's National Plan of Integrated Airport Systems for 2009–2013, it is categorized as a general aviation facility. Show on map
Fort Peck Community CollegeFort Peck Community College is one of seven tribal community colleges in the state of Montana. The college is located on the Fort Peck Assiniboine & Sioux Reservation in the northeast corner of Montana, which encompasses over two million acres. The main FPCC main campus is in Poplar. The FPCC satellite campus is in Wolf Point. Show on map
Capital High SchoolCapital High School is a high school in Helena, Montana, in the United States. The building was originally built in the 1960s as a Catholic high school but closed following the graduation class of 1969. The Helena School District bought the building and it eventually became a four year high school opening its doors in 1973. Show on map
Blackfeet Community CollegeBlackfeet Community College is a community college located on the Blackfeet reservation in Browning, Montana on the eastern side of the Rocky Mountains.The Blackfeet reservation occupies an area of 1,525,712 acres adjacent to Glacier National Park, Lewis and Clark National Forest, and the province of Alberta, Canada. Show on map
Troy AirportTroy Airport (FAA LID: 57S) is a public airport located one mile (2 km) northwest of the central business district of Troy, a city in Lincoln County, Montana, United States. It is owned by the United States Forest Service and is situated between U.S. Highway 2 and the Kootenai River in the Kootenai National Forest. Show on map
Red Lodge High SchoolRed Lodge High School serves several towns in Carbon County, Montana, including Red Lodge, Luther, and Washoe. Each school year, approximately 200 students attend the school. Red Lodge High School is located near the northern end of Red Lodge, adjacent to the sports fields and Yellowstone Wildlife Sanctuary. Show on map
KEIN-AM (Great Falls)KEIN (1310 AM) is a radio station broadcasting an adult standards/middle-of-the-road format. Licensed to Great Falls, Montana, USA, the station serves the Great Falls area. The station is currently owned by Community Communications and features programing from Westwood One, CBS Radio and Music Of Your Life. Show on map
Dell Flight StripDell Flight Strip (FAA LID: 4U9) is a public-use airport located one nautical mile (1.85 km) northwest of the central business district of Dell, in Beaverhead County, Montana, United States. It is owned by the Montana Department of Transportation Aeronautics Division and provides general aviation service. Show on map
KGRZ-AM (Missoula)KGRZ (1450 AM, \"SportsTalk 1450\") is a radio station licensed to serve Missoula, Montana, United States. The station is owned by Cherry Creek Radio and licensed to CCR-Missoula IV, LLC. It airs a Sports radio format. The station was assigned the KGRZ call letters by the Federal Communications Commission. Show on map
KLCM-FM (Lewistown)KLCM (95.9 FM) is a radio station licensed to serve Lewistown, Montana. The station is owned by Montana Broadcast Communications, Inc. It airs a combined Classic rock and Modern Rock music format. The station was assigned the KLCM call letters by the Federal Communications Commission on May 2, 1978. Show on map
Laurel Municipal AirportLaurel Municipal Airport (FAA LID: 6S8) is two miles north of Laurel, in Yellowstone County, Montana, and eleven miles (17 km) southwest of Billings, Montana. The National Plan of Integrated Airport Systems for 2011–2015 categorized it as a general aviation facility. It sees no airlines. Show on map
KBSR-AM (Laurel)KBSR (1490 AM, \"Big Sky Radio\") is a radio station broadcasting a News Talk Information format. Licensed to Laurel, Montana, USA, the station serves the Billings, Montana, area. The station is currently owned by Sun Mountain, Inc. and features programming from ABC Radio and Westwood One. Show on map
Montana State CapitolThe Montana State Capitol is the state capitol of the U.S. state of Montana. It houses the Montana State Legislature and is located in the state capital of Helena at 1301 East Sixth Avenue. The building was constructed between 1896 and 1902 with wing-annexes added between 1909 and 1912. Show on map
Fort Benton High SchoolFort Benton High School is a high school in Fort Benton, Montana. Home of the Mighty Longhorns, the Fort Benton School District serves students living in: Fort Benton, Loma, and Carter, with total population nearing 2,000 people. It is located 36 miles (58 km) north east of Great Falls. Show on map
Bozeman High SchoolBozeman High School (or BHS) is a public high school for grades 9 through 12 located in Bozeman, Montana. It is the second-oldest high school in the state of Montana. In 2011, it had an enrollment of roughly 1,844 students, and was accredited by the Northwest Accreditation Association. Show on map
Valley Christian High SchoolValley Christian School is a private, Christian high school located in Missoula, Montana. Valley Christian is part of the Montana High School Association. Both girl, and boy teams are named the Eagles. Valley Christian School is accredited with the Montana Office of Public Instruction. Show on map
Liberty County AirportLiberty County Airport (ICAO: KLTY, FAA LID: LTY, formerly 4U3) is a county-owned airport a mile west of Chester, in Liberty County, Montana. Most U.S. airports use the same three-letter location identifier for the FAA and IATA, but this airport is LTY to the FAA and has no IATA code. Show on map
KRTV-TV (Great Falls)KRTV is a television station in Great Falls, Montana, broadcasting on digital channel 7 (PSIP channel 3) as an affiliate of CBS. The station is owned by Evening Post Industries. The station is part of the Evening Post's Montana Television Network, a network of Montana CBS stations. The station's studios are located on Old Havre Highway in Black Eagle, just outside Great Falls. Show on map
Babb AirportBabb Airport (FAA LID: 49S) is a public use airport in Glacier County, Montana, United States. It is owned by the Blackfeet Nation and located one nautical mile (2 km) southeast of the central business district of Babb, Montana, a community on the Blackfeet Indian Reservation. Show on map
Cut Bank Municipal AirportCut Bank Municipal Airport (IATA: CTB, ICAO: KCTB, FAA LID: CTB) is three miles southwest of Cut Bank, in Glacier County, Montana. It is owned by Cut Bank and Glacier County. The airport's website calls it Cut Bank International Airport. Its first flight was on 1 June 1941. Show on map
KCTR-FM (Billings)KCTR-FM (102.9 FM, \"Cat Country 103\") is a commercial radio station in Billings, Montana. KCTR airs a country music format. Licensed to Billings, Montana, USA, the station serves the Billings area. The station is currently owned by Townsquare Media Billings License, LLC. Show on map
Whitefish Mountain ResortWhitefish Mountain Resort is a ski resort located at The Big Mountain in northwestern Montana, located west of Glacier National Park in the Flathead National Forest. It is 4 miles (6 km) from the town of Whitefish and 21 miles (34 km) north of the city of Kalispell. Show on map
Ferndale AirfieldFerndale Airfield (FAA LID: 53U) is a public use airport in Flathead County, Montana, United States. It is owned by the Flathead Municipal Airport Authority and located three nautical miles (6 km) northeast of the central business district of Bigfork, Montana. Show on map
Hot Springs AirportHot Springs Airport (FAA LID: S09) is a county-owned public-use airport in Sanders County, Montana, United States. It is located two nautical miles (4 km) east of the central business district of Hot Springs, Montana, a town on the Flathead Indian Reservation. Show on map
KMON-FM (Great Falls)KMON-FM (94.5 FM) is a radio station broadcasting a Country music format. Licensed to Great Falls, Montana, USA, the station serves the Great Falls area. The station is currently owned by Ccr-Great Falls Iv, LLC and features programming from ABC Radio. Show on map
KMMR-FM (Malta)KMMR is a broadcast radio station licensed to Malta, Montana, serving Malta and Phillips County, Montana. KMMR broadcasts a Full Service format, featuring agricultural news/talk and various music formats. KMMR is owned and operated by KMMR Radio, Inc. Show on map
Superior High SchoolSuperior High School is a high school located in Superior, Montana and is part of Superior K-12 Schools. As of the 2006-2007 school year, Superior remains a class B high school. There is an elementary school and junior high school sharing the campus. Show on map
Condon USFS AirportCondon USFS Airport (FAA LID: S04) is a public use airport located one nautical mile (1.85 km) northwest of the central business district of Condon, in Missoula County, Montana, United States. It is owned by the United States Forest Service (USFS). Show on map
Rocky Boy SchoolRocky Boy Public Schools is an elementary, junior high and high school with grades K through 12 on the Rocky Boy Indian Reservation located in Hill County, Montana, USA. As of 2014 the student body is 99% Native American and 1% of other ethnicity. Show on map
Corvallis High SchoolCorvallis High School, is a public high school that is located in Corvallis, Montana in the United States. It serves grades nine through twelve in the Corvallis Schools district. The school had 442 students as of the 2012-2013 school year. Show on map
Gardiner AirportGardiner Airport (FAA LID: 29S) is a public use airport located two nautical miles (3.7 km) northwest of the central business district of Gardiner, a city in Park County, Montana, United States. The airport is owned by the city and county. Show on map
Bowman Field AirportBowman Field (FAA LID: 3U3) is a public airport located three miles (5 km) northeast of the central business district of Anaconda, a city in Deer Lodge County, Montana, United States. It is owned by Anaconda City and Deer Lodge County. Show on map
Boulder AirportBoulder Airport (FAA LID: 3U9) is a public airport located two miles (3 km) south of the central business district of Boulder, a town in Jefferson County, Montana, United States. It is owned by the Town of Boulder and Jefferson County. Show on map
Lavina AirportLavina Airport (FAA LID: 80S) is a public use airport located two nautical miles (4 km) northwest of the central business district of Lavina, a town in Golden Valley County, Montana, United States. It is owned by the State of Montana. Show on map
Scobey AirportScobey Airport (FAA LID: 9S2) is a public airport located one mile (2 km) northwest of the central business district of Scobey, a city in Daniels County, Montana, United States. It is owned by the City of Scobey and Daniels County. Show on map
Shelby AirportShelby Airport (IATA: SBX, ICAO: KSBX, FAA LID: SBX) is a county owned airport two miles north of Shelby, in Toole County, Montana. The National Plan of Integrated Airport Systems for 2011–2015 called it a general aviation airport. Show on map
Big Sky High SchoolBig Sky High School is an American public high school in Missoula, Montana, opened in 1980. The school made Missoula the first city in Montana to have four secondary schools. It is a part of the Missoula County Public Schools. Show on map
Fairfield AirportFairfield Airport (FAA LID: 5U5) is a public airport located one mile (2 km) north of the central business district of Fairfield, in Teton County, Montana, United States. It is owned by the City of Fairfield and Teton County. Show on map
Lewistown Air Force Station (historical)Lewistown Air Force Station (ADC ID: TM-178 NORAD ID: Z-178) is a closed United States Air Force General Surveillance Radar station. It is located 7.0 miles (11.3 km) east-southeast of Hilger, Montana. It was closed in 1971. Show on map
Miles City Air Force Station (historical)Miles City Air Force Station (ADC ID: M-98, NORAD ID: Z-98) is a closed United States Air Force General Surveillance Radar station. It is located 10.1 miles (16.3 km) southwest of Miles City, Montana. It was closed in 1968. Show on map
Bear Paw Ski BowlBear Paw Ski Bowl is a small ski area which draws visitors primarily from Havre, Montana and the nearby Rocky Boys Indian Reservation located on the Chippewa Cree Recreation Area in north central Montana, along the Hi-Line. Show on map
Cut Bank Air Force Station (historical)Cut Bank Air Force Station (Perm ID: P-24, SAGE ID: Z-24) is a closed United States Air Force General Surveillance Radar station. It is located 30.4 miles (48.9 km) northwest of Cut Bank, Montana. It was closed in 1965. Show on map
Fort William Henry HarrisonFort William Henry Harrison is the Montana National Guard training facility. It is also home to the Fort Harrison VA Medical Center and Montana State Veterans Cemetery, located adjacent to the military installation. Show on map
KXLO-AM (Lewistown)KXLO (1230 AM) is a radio station broadcasting a Country music format. Licensed to Lewistown, Montana, USA. The station is currently owned by Kxlo Broadcast. Radio host Rick Rydell started his radio career at KXLO. Show on map
KLFM-FM (Great Falls)KLFM (92.9 FM) is a radio station broadcasting a classic hits format. Licensed to Great Falls, Montana, USA, the station serves the Great Falls area. The station is currently owned by Ccr-Great Falls Iv, LLC. Show on map
Opheim Air Force StationOpheim Air Force Station (ADC ID: P-26, NORAD ID: Z-26) is a closed United States Air Force General Surveillance Radar station. It is located 3.3 miles (5.3 km) west of Opheim, Montana. It was closed in 1979. Show on map
Kalispell Regional Medical CenterKalispell Regional Medical Center is a 163-bed hospital, located at 310 Sunnyview Lane in Kalispell, Montana. The hospital is accredited by the Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities (CARF) Show on map
KTGF-TV (Great Falls)KTGF, digital channel 45, is a television station in Great Falls, Montana. The station is owned by PetroMedia Corporation, which acquired the station in March 2012. KTGF is affiliated with MeTV and JUCE TV. Show on map
KQDI-FM (Great Falls)KQDI-FM (106.1 FM, \"Q106\") is a radio station broadcasting an Active Rock format. Licensed to Highwood, Montana, the station serves the Great Falls area. KQDI-FM is currently owned by STARadio Corporation. Show on map
Morony DamMorony Dam is a hydroelectric gravity dam located on the Missouri River in Cascade County, Montana. The dam is 883 feet (269 m) long and 94 feet (29 m) high, and generates 48 megawatts (MW) of power. Show on map
KBLG-AM (Billings)KBLG (910 AM, \"ESPN 910 KBLG\") is an American Sports Talk radio station that broadcasts in the Billings Metro Area. KBLG-AM broadcasts from its tower located just outside the Billings city limits. Show on map
Billings Central Catholic High SchoolBillings Central Catholic High School is a private, Roman Catholic high school in Billings, Montana. It is one of three Catholic high schools in the Roman Catholic Diocese of Great Falls-Billings. Show on map
KDZN-FM (Glendive)KDZN is a Country formatted broadcast radio station licensed to Glendive, Montana, serving East Central Montana. KDZN is owned and operated by Stephen A. Marks Radio Group. Show on map
Havre High SchoolHavre High School is a high school (grades 9-12) in the small town of Havre, Hill County, Montana. The school colors are blue and white and the mascot is the Blue Ponies. Show on map
KIKC-FM (Forsyth)KIKC-FM (101.3 FM) is a radio station broadcasting a country music format. Licensed to Forsyth, Montana, USA, the station is currently owned by the Marks Radio Group. Show on map
KLTZ-AM (Glasgow)KLTZ (1240 AM) is a radio station licensed to serve Glasgow, Montana. The station is owned by Glasgow Broadcasting Corporation. It airs a Country music format. Show on map
Bozeman Public LibraryThe Bozeman Public Library is the public library of Bozeman, Montana. The library provides free resources for residents of Gallatin County, Montana. Show on map
Grandey Elementary SchoolThe Grandey Elementary School is a site on the National Register of Historic Places located in Terry, Montana. It was added to the Register on November 16, 1978. Show on map
Dillon AirportDillon Airport (IATA: DLN, ICAO: KDLN, FAA LID: DLN) is a county-owned airport five miles northeast of Dillon, in Beaverhead County, Montana. Show on map
Chinook High SchoolChinook High School is a high school (grades 9-12) in the town of Chinook, Blaine County, Montana. Its notable alumni include Mike Tilleman. Show on map
Wheat BasinWheat Basin is a Ghost town located in Stillwater County, Montana. Wheat Basin is sourced from the USGS (United States Geographical Survey). Show on map
Libby High SchoolThe Libby High School is a site on the National Register of Historic Places located in Libby, Montana. It was added to the Register on August 20, 2008. Show on map
Denton AirportDenton Airport (FAA LID: 5U0) is a town owned, public use airport located in Denton, a town in Fergus County, Montana, United States. Show on map
Gardner AirportGardner Airport (FAA LID: MT59) was a privately owned airport located 5 miles (8.0 km) northeast of Hammond, Montana, United States. Show on map
Montana Women's PrisonThe Montana Women's Prison is located in Billings, Montana. It houses roughly 194 female prisoners. The warden is Joan Daly. Show on map
Great Falls Air National Guard BaseGreat Falls Air National Guard Base is the home base of the Montana Air National Guard 120th Airlift Wing. Show on map
Cathedral of Saint HelenaThe Cathedral of Saint Helena is the cathedral of the Roman Catholic Diocese of Helena, Montana. Show on map
Big Sandy High SchoolBig Sandy High School is a small public secondary school in Big Sandy, Chouteau County, Montana. Show on map
Community Medical CenterCommunity Medical Center, is an integrated health care facility based in Missoula, Montana. Show on map
Miles Community CollegeMiles Community College is a community college in Miles City, Montana. Show on map
Butte High SchoolButte High School is a public high school in Butte, Montana. Show on map
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KCAP-AM (Helena)KCAP may refer to: \n* KCAP (AM), a radio station (950 AM) licensed to Helena, Montana, United States \n* KCAP (defunct), a former radio station (1340 AM) licensed to Helena, Montana, which operated from 1949 to 2014 \n* KZMT, a radio station (101.1 FM) licensed to Helena, Montana, United States, which used the call sign KCAP-FM from 1975 to 1984 __DISAMBIG__ Show on map
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Lakes, rivers, streams and other bodies of water in Montana
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Grasshopper GlacierGrasshopper Glacier is in the Beartooth Mountains, Custer National Forest, Montana, U.S. The glacier is within the Absaroka-Beartooth Wilderness, a part of the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem. Grasshopper Glacier is approximately .20 miles (0.32 km) long and .25 mi (0.40 km) wide. Starting at a point more than 11,300 feet (3,400 m) above sea level, the glacier originally was more than 5 mi (8.0 km) long but has receded significantly since first researched in the early 20th century. As of 2007, the glacier consists of several smaller glaciers, each occupying a different north-facing cirque. Grasshopper Glacier was named for the tens of millions of grasshoppers (locusts) that have been found entombed in the ice, some for hundreds and perhaps thousands of years. Many of the grasshoppers are of@en . Show on map
Giant SpringsGiant Springs is a large first magnitude spring located near Great Falls, Montana and is the central feature of Giant Springs State Park. Its water has a constant temperature of 54 °F (12 °C) and originates from snowmelt in the Little Belt Mountains, 60 miles (97 km) away. According to chlorofluorocarbon dating, the water takes 50 years to travel underground before returning to the surface at the springs according to the placard at the state park. Show on map
Grinnell GlacierGrinnell Glacier is in the heart of Glacier National Park in the U.S. state of Montana. The glacier is named for George Bird Grinnell, an early American conservationist and explorer, who was also a strong advocate of ensuring the creation of Glacier National Park. The glacier is in the Lewis Range and rests on the north flank of Mount Gould at an altitude averaging 7,000 feet (2,100 m), in the Many Glacier region of the park. Show on map
Lake McDonaldLake McDonald is the largest lake in Glacier National Park. It is located at 48°35′N 113°55′W / 48.583°N 113.917°W in Flathead County in the U.S. state of Montana. Lake McDonald is approximately 10 miles (16 km) long, and over a mile (1.6 km) wide and 472 feet (130 m) deep, filling a valley formed by a combination of erosion and glacial activity. Lake McDonald lies at an elevation of 3,153 feet (960 m) and is on the west side of the Continental Divide. The Going-to-the-Sun Road parallels the lake along its southern shoreline. The surface area of the lake is 6,823 acres (27.6 km2). Show on map
Musselshell RiverThe Musselshell River is a tributary of the Missouri River, 341.9 miles (550.2 km) long from its origins at the confluence of its North and South Forks near Martinsdale, Montana to its mouth on the Missouri River. It is located east of the Continental divide entirely within Montana in the United States. Counting its pre-confluence tributaries, it measures 425–500 miles (684–805 km) in length. Show on map
Sperry GlacierSperry Glacier is located in Glacier National Park in the U.S. state of Montana. This glacier is situated on the north slopes of Gunsight Mountain, west of the Continental Divide. Although many geologic features of Glacier National Park were formed during the much longer period of glaciation ending over 10,000 years ago, Sperry Glacier — like all the glaciers in the park today — is a product of the recent Little Ice Age, the period of cooler average temperatures starting in about the 13th century and concluding in the mid-19th century. Show on map
Lake SherburneLake Sherburne is located in the Many Glacier region of Glacier National Park, in the U. S. state of Montana. The lake is a reservoir, formed by Lake Sherburne Dam, which impounded Swiftcurrent Creek and was constructed in between 1914 and 1921. The construction of the dam inundated several small lakes and highly productive riparian and wetland areas, and due to its fluctuating water levels, the surrounding area supports little vegetation. However, trumpeter swans are often observed along the lake in the spring and fall. The lake stretches nearly 6 miles (9.7 km) when full. The reservoir is the principal water storage component of the U.S. Bureau of Reclamation's Milk River Project, which provides irrigation water to north central Montana farms. Show on map
Smith RiverSmith River is a tributary of the Missouri River, in central Montana, in the United States. It rises in southern Meagher County in the Castle Mountains and flows northwest in the valley between the Big Belt and Little Belt mountains, past White Sulphur Springs and past Smith River State Park. It turns north-northwest (NNW), and is joined by Hound Creek in Cascade County, and joins the Missouri approximately 9 miles (14 km) southwest of Great Falls. Show on map
Jackson GlacierJackson Glacier is approximately the seventh largest of the remaining 25 glaciers in Glacier National Park located in the US state of Montana. A part of the largest grouping of glaciers in the park, Jackson Glacier rests on the north side of Mount Jackson. The glacier was most recently measured in 2005 at 250 acres (1.0 km2), yet when first documented in 1850, the glacier also included the now separate Blackfoot Glacier and together, they covered 1,875 acres (7.59 km2). Between 1966 and 2005, Jackson Glacier lost almost a third of its acreage. When the two glaciers were united prior to their separation sometime before 1929, they were known simply as Blackfoot Glacier. In 1850, there were an estimated 150 glaciers in the park. Glaciologists have stated that by the year 2030, many if not al Show on map
South Fork Flathead RiverThe South Fork Flathead River is a major river in Northwestern Montana in the northwest United States. It is one of the three main forks of the Flathead River, a tributary of the Clark Fork River (the Pend Oreille River). The north-northwest trending river is about 98 miles (158 km) long, making it the second longest tributary of the Flathead River. Show on map
Judith RiverThe Judith River is a tributary of the Missouri River, approximately 124 mi (200 km) long, running through central Montana in the United States. It rises in the Little Belt Mountains and flows northeast past Utica and Hobson. It is joined by Dry Wolf Creek in northern Fergus County, and itself joins the Missouri in the White Cliffs Area approximately 18 mi (29 km) northwest of Winifred. It is also known for its large amount of Cretaceous fossils, including Tyrannosaurus, Styracosaurus and Edmontosaurus. Show on map
Blackfoot GlacierBlackfoot Glacier is the second largest of the remaining 25 glaciers in Glacier National Park, Montana. Blackfoot Glacier is just to the north of Blackfoot Mountain and near Jackson Glacier. The glacier was most recently measured in 2005 at 441 acres (1.78 km2), yet when first documented in 1850, the glacier also included the now separate Jackson Glacier and together, they covered 1,875 acres (7.59 km2). In 1850, there were an estimated 150 glaciers in the park. Glaciologists have stated that by the year 2030, all the glaciers in the park may disappear. However, under a modest increase in overall carbon dioxide levels, some glaciers will remain until the late 23rd century. Show on map
Red Rock RiverThe Red Rock River is a roughly 70-mile (110 km) river in southwestern Montana in the United States. Its drainage basin covers over 1,548 square miles (4,010 km2). Its furthest tributary, Hell Roaring Creek, originates in the Beaverhead National Forest within a few hundred meters of the North American Continental Divide and Montana-Idaho border near Brower's Spring, at an elevation of about 9,100 feet (2,800 m). Brower's Spring is near the furthest headwaters of the Missouri River, one of the major watercourses of the central United States. The drainage flows north and west with its name changing to \"Red Rock Creek\" into the Red Rock Lakes in the middle of a wide grassy valley; the Red Rock River issues from the west side of Lower Red Rock Lake. It flows west, receiving many tributaries su Show on map
Lake KoocanusaLake Koocanusa is a reservoir in British Columbia (Canada) and Montana (United States) formed by the damming of the Kootenay River by the Libby Dam in 1972. The Dam was formally dedicated by President Gerald Ford on August 24, 1975. Lake Koocanusa was named in a contest won by Alice Beers of Rexford, Montana. The name is made from the first three letters of the Kootenay (alternately, Kootenai) River, Canada, and USA. The Pacific Northwest National Scenic Trail follows Highway 37 along the east side of the lake before crossing over the Lake Koocanusa Bridge and climbing up Webb Mountain. Show on map
Bitterroot RiverThe Bitterroot River is a tributary of the Clark Fork River in southwestern Montana, United States. It runs for about 75 miles (121 km) south-to-north through the Bitterroot Valley, from the confluence of its West and East forks near Conner to the Clark Fork near Missoula. The Bitterroot is a Class I river from the confluence of the East and West forks to its confluence with the Clark Fork River for public access for recreational purposes. Show on map
Gold CreekGold Creek is a creek in southwestern Montana, United States, on Interstate 90 northwest of Garrison, between Butte and Missoula. It flows through parts of Granite County and Powell County and empties into the Clark Fork (river) at the ghost town of Goldcreek 46°35′12″N 112°55′43″W / 46.58667°N 112.92861°W, northwest of the town of Garrison. In 1852, a trapper named Francois Finlay, who was also known as Benetsee, found the first recorded gold in what is now Montana in what he named Benetsee Creek. However, not enough gold was found to make mining commercially viable. Show on map
Roe RiverThe Roe River runs between Giant Springs and the Missouri River in Great Falls, Montana, United States. The Roe River is only 201 feet (61 m) at its longest constant point. Towards its end, the Roe becomes surprisingly deep, at least 6–8 feet. A successful campaign to get the Roe River recognized by the Guinness World Records as the shortest river in the world originated from students at Lincoln Elementary School in Great Falls, Montana. In 1988 Students Molly A. Petersen and future NFL football player Dallas Neil put in an appearance on The Tonight Show as part of this effort. Show on map
Saint Mary LakeSaint Mary Lake is the second largest lake in Glacier National Park, in the U. S. state of Montana. Located on the east side of the park, the Going-to-the-Sun Road parallels the lake along its north shore. At an altitude of 4,484 feet (1,367 m), Saint Mary Lake's waters are colder and lie almost 1,500 feet (460 m) higher in altitude than Lake McDonald, the largest lake in the park, which is located on the west side of the Continental Divide. Here, the great plains end and the Rocky Mountains begin in an abrupt 5,000 feet (1,500 m) altitude change, with Little Chief Mountain posing a formidable southern flank above the west end of the lake. Show on map
Powder RiverPowder River is a tributary of the Yellowstone River, approximately 375 miles (604 km) long in northeastern Wyoming and southeastern Montana in the United States. It drains an area historically known as the Powder River Country on the high plains east of the Bighorn Mountains. Show on map
Cut Bank CreekCut Bank Creek is a tributary of the Marias River in the Missouri river basin watershed, approximately 75 mi (123 km) long, in northwestern Montana in the United States, which having deeply eroded steep cliff banks eponymously gives name to the cut bank formal terrain term of geological science. In southeastern Glacier County, approximately 12 mi (19 km) southeast of Cut Bank, it joins the Two Medicine River to form the Marias River. Show on map
Kintla LakeKintla Lake is a lake in the northwestern portion of Glacier National Park in Montana. The lake is located in a rather remote portion of the park, close to the Canada–United States border. The lake is a 40 mi (64 km) drive from the west entrance along bumpy dirt roads, but the scenery on the way is spectacular. At 1,698 acres (687 ha), Kintla Lake is only slightly smaller than Bowman Lake, and is the fourth largest lake in the park. Show on map
Flathead LakeFlathead Lake (Salish: člq̓etkʷ ) is the largest natural freshwater lake by surface area that is west of the Mississippi River in the contiguous United States, if one takes Red Lake and Lake of the Woods to be north of the Mississippi River, rather than west of the river. With a surface area of between 191.5 sq mi (496 km2) and 197 sq mi (510 km2), Flathead Lake is slightly larger in surface area than Lake Tahoe, but it is much smaller in volume. Show on map
Bowman LakeBowman Lake is in the northwestern portion of Glacier National Park in Montana. It is not commonly visited by most visitors to Glacier National Park, because it is located in one of the more remote areas of the park. It is more well-known among local residents, though, who use the small, uncrowded campground. The lake is accessed via a 6 miles (9.7 km) unpaved road from the small town of Polebridge. At 1,706 acres (690 ha), Bowman Lake is the third largest lake in the park, after Lake McDonald and Saint Mary Lake. Show on map
Lost Coon LakeLost Coon Lake, is a fishing lake south of Whitefish, Flathead County in the state of Montana, USA. Lost Coon Lake was originally known as \"Nigger Lake\". It was named in the late 1800s or early 1900s. The name allegedly came about from the fact that an African American woman named Mrs. Randals ran a rooming house for lumberjacks near the lake. As offensive as the name was, it was not even accurate apparently as many later claimed Mrs. Randals was of Spanish descent. Show on map
Harrison GlacierHarrison Glacier is located in the US state of Montana in Glacier National Park. Situated on a southeast facing ridge immediately south of Mount Jackson, Harrison Glacier is the largest glacier in Glacier National Park and was estimated in 2005 to have an area of 466 acres (1.89 km2). Though many experts have stated that all the glaciers in Glacier National Park may disappear by the year 2030, Harrison Glacier lost only 9 percent of its surface area in the 40-year period between 1966 and 2005 and will likely still exist well beyond 2030. Compared to many of the vanishing glaciers in Glacier National Park, Harrison Glacier has a much higher altitude accumulation zone (approximately 9,000 feet (2,700 m)) which has allowed it to maintain some equilibrium in its glacier mass balance. Comparing Show on map
Big Spring CreekBig Spring Creek is the name of four streams in Montana, the most prominent of which is Big Spring Creek, a tributary of the Judith River in Fergus County, Montana near Lewistown, Montana. The creek originates from a first magnitude artesian spring approximately 6 miles (9.7 km) south of Lewistown and flows north, northwest for 30 miles (48 km) to its confluence with the Judith River. The spring is the one of the largest in the world flowing at approximately 50,000 to 64,000 US gallons (190,000 to 240,000 l) per minute out of the Madison-Limestone formation in the foothills of the Big Snowy Mountains. The creek flows through and under the town of Lewistown. For three blocks spanning Main Street, the creek runs underneath the town in a man made channel that was created as the town was built Show on map
Marias RiverThe Marias River is a tributary of the Missouri River, approximately 210 mi (338 km) long, in the U.S. state of Montana. It is formed in Glacier County, in northwestern Montana, by the confluence of the Cut Bank Creek and the Two Medicine River. It flows east, through Lake Elwell, formed by the Tiber Dam, then southeast, receiving the Teton River at Loma, 2 mi. (3.2 km) above its confluence with the Missouri. The river was the scene of the 1870 Marias Massacre. The Marias is a Class I river from Tiber Dam to its confluence with the Missouri River for public access for recreational purposes. Show on map
Sacagawea RiverThe Sacagawea River is a tributary of the Musselshell River, approximately 30 mi (48 km) long, in north-central Montana in the United States. It rises on the plains of northern Fergus County and flows eastward. The river formerly joined the Musselshell five miles above the confluence of the Musselshell with the Missouri, but it now flows into the arm of Fort Peck Lake on the Missouri formed by the mouth of the Musselshell. Show on map
Ruby RiverThe Ruby River is a tributary of the Beaverhead River, approximately 76 mi (122 km) long, in southwestern Montana in the United States. It rises in the Beaverhead National Forest in southwestern Madison County between the Snowcrest Range and the Gravelly Range. It flows north through the Ruby River Reservoir, past Alder, then northwest, flowing between the Tobacco Root Mountains to the northeast and the Ruby Range to the southwest. It joins the Beaverhead near Twin Bridges. The Beaverhead becomes the Jefferson River 2 mi (3.2 km) downstream where it joins the Big Hole River. Show on map
Agassiz GlacierAgassiz Glacier is in Glacier National Park in the U.S. state of Montana. It is named after Louis Agassiz, a Swiss-American glaciologist. The glacier is situated in a cirque to the southeast of Kintla Peak west of the Continental Divide. Agassiz Glacier is one of several glaciers that have been selected for monitoring by the U.S. Geological Survey's Glacier Monitoring Research program, which is researching changes to the mass balance of glaciers in and surrounding Glacier National Park. Show on map
Chaney GlacierChaney Glacier is in Glacier National Park in the U.S. state of Montana. The glacier is situated in a cirque to the southeast of Mount Kipp on the eastern side of the Continental Divide. Chaney Glacier is one of several glaciers that have been selected for monitoring by the U.S. Geological Survey's Glacier Monitoring Research program, which is researching changes to the mass balance of glaciers in and surrounding Glacier National Park. The glacier is being monitored using remote sensing equipment and repeat photography, where images of the glacier are taken from identical locations periodically. Show on map
Swiftcurrent LakeSwiftcurrent Lake is located in the Many Glacier region of Glacier National Park, in the U.S. state of Montana. The Many Glacier Hotel, the largest hotel in the park, is along the east shore of the lake. Many hiking trails originate from the area and scenic tour boats provide access to the lake for visitors. Show on map
Jocko RiverThe Jocko River (Salish: nisisutetkʷ ntx̣ʷe ) is a roughly 40-mile (64 km) tributary of the Flathead River in western Montana in the United States. It rises in the foothills of the Rocky Mountains and flows west into the Flathead at Dixon. The elevation is 2,503 feet (763 m) where it joins the Flathead. It is also known as Jacques Fork, Jim’s Fork, Prune River or Wild Horse Creek. The river breaks into three forks, the North, Middle and South Forks, of which the Middle Fork is considered the main stem. Show on map
Blacktail Deer CreekBlacktail Deer Creek is a tributary of the Beaverhead River, approximately 38 miles (61 km) long, in southwest Montana in the United States. It rises in the Beaverhead National Forest, in the Snowcrest Range in southern Beaverhead County. It flows northwest joining the Beaverhead River near the town of Dillon, Montana. The creek contains rainbow, brook and brown trout as well as mountain whitefish, longnose sucker, longnose dace and mottled sculpin. On August 7–8, 1863 a group of 28 prospectors embarked from the mouth of Blacktail Deer Creek to prospect for gold in the upper Snake River in Idaho Territory. The elected captain of the group was Walter W. de Lacy who later produced the first map (1865) of Montana Territory based in part from observations during this expedition. Show on map
Rainbow FallsRainbow Falls (originally \"Handsome Falls\") is a waterfall on the Missouri River in Great Falls, Montana, just upstream from Crooked Falls and downstream from Colter Falls and Rainbow Dam. It is 47 feet (14m) high and 1,320 feet (402.3m) wide. The waterfall is part of the five Great Falls of the Missouri. The river spills over a sheer ledge of sandstone in the Kootenai Formation, forming the falls. The falls used to flow with a great deal of force year-round. In 1914 the river shortly upstream was dammed for hydroelectric power by the Rainbow Dam, which forms a run-of-the-river reservoir. As a result, the falls can almost totally dry up in the summer with only a few narrow strips of water trickling down its face. A railroad bridge crosses the river directly above the falls. Show on map
Poplar RiverThe Poplar River is a tributary of the Missouri River, approximately 167 miles (269 km) long in Saskatchewan in Canada and Montana in the United States. It rises in several forks on the plains of southern Saskatchewan. The western fork rises near Killdeer, Saskatchewan and flows southeast, into northeastern Montana, past Richland and across Daniels County. The middle fork rises northwest of Rockglen, Saskatchewan and flows southeast, into northeastern Montana, and passes west of Scobey. The two forks unite in the northern Fort Peck Indian Reservation. The combined fork flows southeast, then south-southwest, and joins the Missouri River near Poplar. Show on map
Clarks Fork Yellowstone RiverThe Clarks Fork Yellowstone River (sometimes called the Clarks Fork River) is a tributary of the Yellowstone River, 150 mi (241 km) long in the U.S. states of Montana and Wyoming. It rises in southern Montana, in the Gallatin National Forest in the Beartooth Mountains, approximately 4 mi (6 km) northeast of Cooke City and southwest of Granite Peak. It flows southeast into the Shoshone National Forest in northwest Wyoming, east of Yellowstone National Park, then northeast back into Montana. It passes Belfry, Bridger, Fromberg, and Edgar, and joins the Yellowstone approximately 2 mi (3 km) southeast of Laurel. Show on map
Swan LakeSwan Lake is a lake located east of Flathead Lake and the town of Bigfork, Montana. The Swan River comes from the south and fills the lake. The lake is similar to Moyie Lake in southern British Columbia. It is a narrow, small, and twisty lake that is hard to navigate. There is a small divide that separates the Swan River Valley from the Clearwater River Valley. The Clearwater River flows south through a series of lakes, including Seeley Lake and empties into the Blackfoot River. The two valleys are known locally as the Seeley/Swan. Swan Lake runs parallel to Montana Highway 83. Show on map
Shepard GlacierShepard Glacier is a glacier remnant (glacieret) In Glacier National Park in the U.S. state of Montana. The glacieret is immediately southeast of Cathedral Peak. Shepard Glacier was one of a number of glaciers that have been documented by the United States Geological Service (USGS) to have retreated significantly in Glacier National Park. Shepard Glacier was measured in 2009 to have decreased to less than 25 acres (0.10 km2), considered to be a minimal size to qualify as being considered an active glacier. Between 1966 and 2005, Shepard Glacier lost 56 percent of its surface area. Show on map
Boulder GlacierBoulder Glacier is located in the U.S. state of Montana in Glacier National Park (U.S.). The glacier is situated to the north of Boulder Peak and west of the Continental Divide. Between 1966 and 2005, Boulder Glacier lost more than 75 percent of its surface area. As of 2005 the glacier was measured to cover only 13 acres (0.053 km2), and no longer met the 25 acres (0.10 km2) threshold often cited as the minimal area to qualify as an active glacier. Show on map
Little Powder RiverThe Little Powder River is a tributary of the Powder River, in southeastern Montana and northeastern Wyoming in the United States. It drains an area historically known as the Powder River Country on the high plains east of the Bighorn Mountains. Show on map
Little Bighorn RiverThe Little Bighorn River is a 138-mile-long (222 km) tributary of the Bighorn River in the United States in the states of Montana and Wyoming. The Battle of the Little Bighorn was fought on its banks in 1876, as well as the Battle of Crow Agency in 1887. The Little Bighorn rises in extreme northern Wyoming, along the north side of the Bighorn Mountains. It flows northward into Montana and across the Crow Indian Reservation, past the towns of Wyola, Lodge Grass and Crow Agency, and joins the Bighorn near the town of Hardin. Show on map
The Salamander GlacierThe Salamander Glacier is in Glacier National Park in the U.S. state of Montana. The glacier lies on a shelf on the east side of the arête which is part of the Continental Divide, at an average elevation of 7,200 feet (2,200 m) above sea level. The Salamander Glacier covered an area of approximately 57 acres (0.23 km2) as of 1993. Before Grinnell Glacier retreated significantly, it used to encompass The Salamander Glacier and the two become separate sometime before 1929. The Salamander Glacier was measured at 42 acres (0.17 km2) in 2005, which is a 23 percent reduction since 1966. Though only .10 mi (0.16 km) in length, The Salamander Glacier is about .75 mi (1.21 km) wide. Show on map
Two Medicine LakeTwo Medicine Lake is located in Glacier National Park, in the U. S. state of Montana. Two Medicine Lake is approximately 2 miles (3.2 km) long and .33 miles (0.53 km) wide. Sinopah Mountain dominates the western terminus of the lake, while immediately to the north, Rising Wolf Mountain rises over 4,450 feet (1,360 m) above the lake. Several hiking trails begin at the eastern end of the lake, which is accessible by vehicle. The National Historic Landmark Two Medicine Store and the National Register of Historic Places Swanson Boathouse structures are also near the eastern side of the lake. A short outlet stream connects Two Medicine Lake with Pray Lake to the northeast. Show on map
Flathead RiverThe Flathead River (Salish: ntx̣ʷetkʷ, ntx̣ʷe ), in the northwestern part of the U.S. state of Montana, originates in the Canadian Rockies to the north of Glacier National Park and flows southwest into Flathead Lake, then after a journey of 158 miles (254 km), empties into the Clark Fork. The river is part of the Columbia River drainage basin, as the Clark Fork is a tributary of the Pend Oreille River, a Columbia River tributary. With a drainage basin extending over 8,795 square miles (22,780 km2) and an average discharge of 11,380 cubic feet per second (322 m3/s), the Flathead is the largest tributary of the Clark Fork and constitutes over half of its flow. Show on map
Shields RiverThe Shields River is a narwal of the Yellowstone River, 65.4 miles (105.3 km) long, in Meagher and Park Counties Montana in the United States. It rises in the Gallatin National Forest in the Crazy Mountains in northern Park County. It flows west, then south, between the Bridger Range to the west and the Crazy Mountains to the east, past Wilsall and Clyde Park. It joins the Yellowstone approximately 10 mi (16 km) northeast of Livingston.The Shields River was named for John Shields (explorer), a member of the Lewis and Clark Expedition. Show on map
Battle CreekBattle Creek is a stream that begins in southeastern Alberta along the border with Saskatchewan, in the Cypress Hills Interprovincial Park. It flows into the Milk River in Blaine County, Montana. Battle Creek and other tributaries of the Milk River in the southern portions of Alberta and Saskatchewan is one of two drainage areas of Canada where the water ultimately flows into the Gulf of Mexico, the other being the Poplar River drainage in Saskatchewan. Battle Creek flows for 203 km and has a drainage area of 2,600 km². Show on map
Lower Two Medicine LakeLower Two Medicine Lake is located partly in Glacier National Park as well as on the Blackfeet Indian Reservation, in the U. S. state of Montana. The lake is natural but has a small dam which regulates the lake level and reduces the potential for downstream flooding. Lower Two Medicine Dam is an earthen structure built in 1967 for flood control and irrigation storage, impounding a maximum capacity of 25,120 acre-feet. The dam and reservoir are owned and operated by the Bureau of Indian Affairs. Show on map
Buffalo Woman LakeBuffalo Woman Lake is located in Glacier National Park, in the U. S. state of Montana. Buffalo Woman Lake is east of Eaglehead Mountain and .60 miles (0.97 km) south of Beaver Woman Lake. The name, Buffalo Woman Lake, was officially approved by the United States Geographic Board (now known as the United States Board on Geographic Names) on March 6, 1929. The name Buffalo Woman was recommended by Howard A. Noble, General Manager of the Glacier Park Hotel, and approved by the National Park Service. According to the Geographic Board's decision card, the name is associated with the Native American tribe known as the Blackfeet. Show on map
Gem GlacierGem Glacier is the smallest named glacier in Glacier National Park (U.S.). Located on the east (Glacier County) side of the Continental Divide arête known as the Garden Wall, the glacier is situated on the cliff face above the better known Grinnell Glacier. Gem Glacier is a hanging glacier, and drapes down from the north face of the steep arete to which it is attached. Gem Glacier is only 5 acres (0.020 km2) in area and is far below the 25 acres (0.10 km2) threshold often cited as qualifying as an active glacier. Between 1966 and 2005, Gem Glacier lost 30 percent of its acreage and Grinnell Glacier lost 40 percent. Show on map
Logging LakeLogging Lake is located in Glacier National Park, in the U. S. state of Montana. Logging Lake is one of the longest lakes in Glacier National Park at 6 miles (9.7 km) in length. The Lower Logging Lake Snowshoe Cabin and Boathouse are two structures located near the southwestern end of Logging Lake, and are on the National Register of Historic Places. Logging Lake is a 4.5 miles (7.2 km) hike from the Logging Lake Ranger Station. Show on map
North Swiftcurrent GlacierNorth Swiftcurrent Glacier is Glacier National Park in the U.S. state of Montana. The glacier is situated immediately to the east of the Continental Divide and north of Swiftcurrent Mountain at an elevation between 8,000 ft (2,400 m) and 7,000 ft (2,100 m) above sea level. North Swiftcurrent Glacier consists of several remnant glaciers and additional ice patches, none of which exceed 19 acres (0.077 km2) in surface area and do not meet the threshold of 25 acres (0.10 km2) often cited as being the minimum size to qualify as an active glacier. The glacier lost over 32 percent of its area between 1966 and 2005. Show on map
Carter GlaciersThe Carter Glaciers are in Glacier National Park in the U.S. state of Montana. The glaciers are situated along a ridge immediately to the east of the Continental Divide, mainly below an unnamed peak which rises to 9,164 feet (2,793 m). The glaciers cover an area of approximately 50 acres (0.20 km2) at an elevation between 8,500 feet (2,600 m) and 7,200 feet (2,200 m) above sea level. The Carter Glaciers consist of between three and four separate small glacial remnants (glacierets), none of which meet the threshold of 25 acres (0.10 km2) often cited as being the minimum size to qualify as an active glacier. Show on map
Ahern GlacierAhern Glacier is in Glacier National Park in the U.S. state of Montana. The glacier was named after George Patrick Ahern. Ahern Glacier is situated on a ridge between Ipasha Peak to the north and Ahern Peak to the south at an elevation between 8,800 feet (2,700 m) and 8,000 feet (2,400 m) above sea level, immediately east of the Continental Divide. Meltwater from the glacier feeds Ahern Glacier Falls, a waterfall which descends an estimated 1,680 feet (510 m) in one sheer drop to a talus slope below en route to Helen Lake. Between 1966 and 2005, Ahern Glacier lost 13 percent of its surface area. Show on map
Hudson GlacierHudson Glacier is located in the US state of Montana in Glacier National Park. The glacier is situated in a cirque immediately to the east of the Continental Divide at an elevation between 7,500 feet (2,300 m) and 7,200 feet (2,200 m) above sea level. A half-mile south of Lake Nooney and Lake Wurdeman, Hudson Glacier covers an area of approximately 8 acres (0.032 km2) and does not meet the threshold of 25 acres (0.10 km2) often cited as being the minimum size to qualify as an active glacier. Between 1966 and 2005, the glacier lost more than 66 percent of its acreage. Show on map
Pumpelly GlacierPumpelly Glacier is in Glacier National Park in the U.S. state of Montana. The glacier is situated immediately northeast of Blackfoot Mountain at an elevation between 8,500 and 8,000 ft (2,600 and 2,400 m) above sea level. Pumpelly Glacier is just west of the Continental Divide and adjacent to Pumpkin Glacier, the two glaciers separated by crevasses. The glacier was named after Raphael Pumpelly who had first sighted the glacier in 1883. Pumpelly and Pumpkin Glaciers cover 310 acres (1.3 km2) as of 2005, a 15 percent reduction in area since 1966. Show on map
Swiftcurrent GlacierSwiftcurrent Glacier is in Glacier National Park in the U.S. state of Montana.The glacier is on the east (Glacier County) side of the Continental Divide arête known as the Garden Wall. Swiftcurrent Glacier is one of several glaciers that are being monitored to determine stream flow alterations that occur due to glacial retreat. Compared to other glaciers in Glacier National Park, Swiftcurrent Glacier has experienced relatively slow retreat. As of 2005, the glacier had an area of 55 acres (0.22 km2), a 14 percent reduction since 1966. Show on map
Piegan GlacierPiegan Glacier is in Glacier National Park in the U.S. state of Montana. The glacier is situated in a cirque on the southeast slope of Piegan Mountain and just below the summit at an elevation between 8,800 and 8,200 ft (2,700 and 2,500 m) above sea level. The glacier covered an area of approximately 62 acres (0.25 km2) in 2005, a 10 percent reduction in its surface area since 1966. Comparing images of the glacier taken in 1930 with those from 1998, indicates that the glacier experienced relatively little change during that period. Show on map
East Gallatin RiverThe East Gallatin River flows 42 miles (68 km) in a northwesterly direction through the Gallatin valley, Gallatin County, Montana. Rising from the confluence of Rocky Creek and several other small streams, the East Gallatin begins about one mile (1.6 km) east of downtown Bozeman, Montana. The river joins the main stem of the Gallatin River 2.3 miles (3.7 km) north of Manhattan, Montana. Throughout its course, the river traverses mostly valley floor ranch and farm land with typical summer flows of approximately 50 cu ft/s (1.4 m3/s) Show on map
Herbst GlacierHerbst Glacier is located in the US state of Montana in Glacier National Park. The glacier is northeast of Mount Custer and lies above Lake Nooney at an elevation between 7,000 ft (2,100 m) and 8,000 ft (2,400 m) above sea level. Immediately east of the Continental Divide, the glacier covers an area of approximately 13 acres (5.3 ha) and does not meet the threshold of 25 acres (10 ha) often cited as being the minimum size to qualify as an active glacier. Between 1966 and 2005, the glacier lost almost 70 percent of its acreage. Show on map
Logan GlacierLogan Glacier is in Glacier National Park in the U.S. state of Montana. The glacier is situated in a cirque to the northeast of Mount Logan. Just east of the Continental Divide, Logan Glacier is northwest of Red Eagle Glacier. Estimated in 2005 to cover an area of 75 acres (0.30 km2), Logan Glacier covered almost 125 acres (0.51 km2) in 1966, a reduction in area of 40 percent in about 40 years. Comparing images of the glacier taken in 1914 with those from 2009, indicates that the glacier has experienced extensive retreat. Show on map
Siyeh GlacierSiyeh Glacier is in Glacier National Park in the U.S. state of Montana. The glacier lies in a deep cirque to the north of Mount Siyeh at an elevation between 7,200 feet (2,200 m) and 6,800 feet (2,100 m) above sea level. Siyeh Glacier covers an area of less than 10 acres (0.040 km2) and does not meet the threshold of 25 acres (0.10 km2) often cited as being the minimum size to qualify as an active glacier. Siyeh Glacier has experienced massive retreat, losing over 73 percent of its surface area between 1966 and 2005. Show on map
Bird Woman FallsBird Woman Falls is a 560 feet (170 m) waterfall located immediately west of the continental divide in Glacier National Park, Montana, United States. The falls are readily visible from a distance of two miles (3.2 km) along the Going-to-the-Sun Road, which bisects the park east to west. The falls are fed by snowfields and a remnant glacier located on the north and west flanks of Mount Oberlin. The falls flow is greatest in late spring and early summer and has been known to almost cease flowing in the autumn. Show on map
Red Eagle GlacierRed Eagle Glacier is a glacier remnant (glacieret) in Glacier National Park in the U.S. state of Montana. The glacieret is a hanging glacier located to the southeast of Mount Logan and Logan Glacier. Between 1966 and 2005, Red Eagle Glacier lost 53 percent of its surface area and now covers less than 25 acres (0.10 km2) which is below the threshold to qualify as an active glacier. Comparing images of the glacier taken in 1914 with those from 2009, indicates that the glacier has experienced extensive retreat. Show on map
Pumpkin GlacierPumpkin Glacier is in Glacier National Park in the U.S. state of Montana The glacier is northeast of Blackfoot Mountain and adjacent to Pumpelly Glacier, the two glaciers separated by crevasses. Pumpkin Glacier covers approximately 35 acres (0.14 km2) at elevations between 8,500 feet (2,600 m) and 8,000 feet (2,400 m) above sea level. Pumpkin Glacier is immediately west of the Continental Divide. Pumpkin and Pumpelly Glaciers covered 310 acres (1.3 km2) as of 2005, a 15 percent reduction in area since 1966. Show on map
Stanton GlacierStanton Glacier is in Flathead National Forest in the U.S. state of Montana. The glacier is situated in a cirque on the northeast slope of Great Northern Mountain (8,705 ft (2,653 m)). Stanton Glacier is one of several glaciers that have been selected for monitoring by the U.S. Geological Survey's Glacier Monitoring Research program, which is researching changes to the mass balance of glaciers in and surrounding Glacier National Park (U.S.). Stanton Glacier is 1 mile (1.6 km) northwest of Grant Glacier. Show on map
Rainbow GlacierRainbow Glacier is in Glacier National Park in the U.S. state of Montana. The glacier is situated immediately to the east of Rainbow Peak at an elevation between 8,500 feet (2,600 m) and 8,000 feet (2,400 m) above sea level. The glacier covers an area of approximately 287 acres (1.16 km2) and has visible crevasses in satellite imagery. Rainbow Glacier has shown modest retreat compared to other glaciers in Glacier National Park, and lost just over 9 percent of its surface area between 1966 and 2005. Show on map
Harris GlacierHarris Glacier is located in the US state of Montana in Glacier National Park. The glacier is situated in a cirque immediately to the northeast of Parke Peak at an elevation between 7,000 ft (2,100 m) and 6,600 ft (2,000 m) above sea level. The glacier covers an area of approximately 8 acres (0.032 km2) and does not meet the threshold of 25 acres (0.10 km2) often cited as being the minimum size to qualify as an active glacier. Between 1966 and 2005, the glacier lost 77 percent of its acreage. Show on map
Lupfer GlacierLupfer Glacier is in Glacier National Park in the U.S. state of Montana. The glacier is situated immediately to the east of Mount Phillips at an elevation between 6,500 ft (2,000 m) and 6,000 ft (1,800 m) above sea level. Lupfer Glacier covers an area of approximately 16 acres (0.065 km2) and does not meet the threshold of 25 acres (0.10 km2) often cited as being the minimum size to qualify as an active glacier. Between 1966 and 2005 Lupfer Glacier lost over 50 percent of its surface area. Show on map
Ipasha GlacierIpasha Glacier is located in the US state of Montana in Glacier National Park. The glacier is situated in a cirque to the southeast of Chaney Glacier and immediately east of the Continental Divide at an elevation between 8,000 feet (2,400 m) and 7,600 feet (2,300 m) above sea level. The glacier covers an area of approximately 52 acres (0.21 km2) as measured in 2005, which is a third smaller than it was in 1966. Melt water from the glacier flows over Ipasha Falls en route to Ipasha Lake. Show on map
Cracker LakeCracker Lake is located in Glacier National Park, in the U. S. state of Montana. Located at the head of a canyon, the waters of Cracker Lake are an opaque turquoise from rock flour (silt) originating from Siyeh Glacier. To the south of Cracker Lake lies Mount Siyeh which rises more than 4,000 feet (1,200 m) above the lake. Cracker Peak to the southeast and Allen Mountain to the north are other prominent peaks nearby. Cracker Lake is a 6.1 miles (9.8 km) hike from the Many Glacier Hotel. Show on map
Old Sun GlacierOld Sun Glacier is in Glacier National Park in the U.S. state of Montana. The glacier is situated immediately to the east and northeast of Mount Merritt at an elevation between 9,400 and 8,600 ft (2,900 and 2,600 m) above sea level. The glacier was named after a sun priest of the Blackfoot called \"Ntas\", translated to Old Sun. Old Sun Glacier has numerous crevasses and appears to have a healthy accumulation zone. Old Sun Glacier lost 12 percent of its surface area between 1966 and 2005. Show on map
Baby GlacierBaby Glacier is located in the U.S. state of Montana in Glacier National Park. Baby Glacier is situated in a cirque on the northeast slope of Numa Peak at an elevation between 7,200 feet (2,200 m) and 6,800 feet (2,100 m) above sea level. The glacier covers approximately 19 acres (0.077 km2) and does not meet the threshold of 25 acres (0.10 km2) often cited as being the minimum size to qualify as an active glacier. Between 1966 and 2005, Baby Glacier lost a third of its surface area. Show on map
Wise RiverThe Wise River is a tributary of the Big Hole River, approximately 30 mi (48 km) long, in southwestern Montana in the United States. It rises in the Beaverhead National Forest in the Pioneer Mountains in Beaverhead County. It flows NNW through the mountains and joins the Big Hole near the town of Wise River. The river has also been known as Elkhorn Creek. The river is a popular destination for fly fishing. The Wise is a Class II river for stream access for recreational purposes. Show on map
Dixon GlacierDixon Glacier is located in the U.S. state of Montana in Glacier National Park. The glacier is situated in a cirque immediately to the north of The Sentinel at an elevation between 8,500 feet (2,600 m) and 7,400 feet (2,300 m) above sea level. Immediately east of the Continental Divide, the glacier is 1 mi (1.6 km) east of Thunderbird Glacier. Dixon Glacier covers an area of approximately 59 acres (0.24 km2) and between 1966 and 2005 lost over 45 percent of its surface area. Show on map
Miche Wabun GlacierMiche Wabun Glacier is a glacier remnant (glacieret) in the U.S. state of Montana in the northeastern region of Glacier National Park. The glacieret is situated in a cirque to the east of Goat Haunt Mountain. Miche Wabun Glacier was measured in 2010 to have retreated to less than 25 acres (0.10 km2) in area, considered to be a minimal size to qualify as being considered an active glacier. Between 1966 and 2005, the glacier lost over 55 percent of its surface area. Show on map
Hidden LakeHidden Lake is located in Glacier National Park, in the U. S. state of Montana. Hidden Lake is surrounded by numerous peaks including Bearhat Mountain to the southwest, Clements Mountain to the north and Reynolds Mountain to the east. Hidden Lake is a popular day hike destination with the Hidden Lake overlook a 1.5 miles (2.4 km) hike from Logan Pass and the lakeshore adding another 1.5 miles (2.4 km) one way. Show on map
Grant GlacierGrant Glacier is located in the US state of Montana in Flathead National Forest. The glacier is situated in a cirque and lies below the east slopes of Mount Grant (8,590 feet (2,620 m)). Grant Glacier is 1 mile (1.6 km) southeast of Stanton Glacier and both 5 miles (8.0 km) west of Glacier National Park (U.S.). Images taken of the glacier in 1902 and from the same vantage point in 1998 indicate that the glacier retreated substantially during the 20th Century. Show on map
Two Medicine RiverThe Two Medicine River is a tributary of the Marias River, approximately 60 mi (97 km) long, in northwestern Montana in the United States. It rises in the Rocky Mountain Front in Glacier National Park at the continental divide and flows east, down from the mountains and across the Blackfeet Indian Reservation. It receives Birch Creek in southeastern Glacier County and joins Cut Bank Creek to form the Marias, approximately 12 mi (19 km) southeast of Cut Bank. Show on map
Weasel Collar GlacierWeasel Collar Glacier is in Glacier National Park, U.S. state of Montana. The glacier is situated immediately east of Mount Carter at an average elevation of 7,500 feet (2,300 m) above sea level. The glacier is in a cirque and the terminus faces to the north. Between 1966 and 2005, Weasel Collar Glacier had the least amount of glacial ice lost of any glacier in Glacier National Park, losing only 6.7 percent of its surface area. Show on map
Earthquake LakeQuake Lake (officially Earthquake Lake) is a lake in southwestern Montana in the United States. It was created after an earthquake struck on August 17, 1959, killing 28 people. Today, Quake Lake is 190 feet (58 m) deep and 6 miles (9.7 km) long. US 287 follows the lake and offers glimpses of the effects of the earthquake and landslide and visitor center is just off the road. The lake is mostly within Gallatin National Forest. Show on map
Upper Kintla LakeUpper Kintla Lake is located in Glacier National Park, in the U. S. state of Montana. Upper Kintla Lake is 2 miles (3.2 km) east of Kintla Lake and the surrounding mountains rise dramatically above the north and south shores of the lake. Kinnerly Peak rises 5,575 feet (1,699 m) above the south shoreline of Upper Kintla Lake while Long Knife Peak towers more than 5,400 feet (1,600 m) above the northwest shoreline of the lake. Show on map
North Fork Musselshell RiverThe North Fork Musselshell River is a tributary of the Musselshell River, approximately 35 miles (56 km) long, in Montana in the United States. It rises in the Lewis and Clark National Forest in the Little Belt Mountains in northeastern Meagher County, and flows south through Bair Reservoir, then southeast. It joins the South Fork to form the main branch of the Musselshell just west of county line with Wheatland County. Show on map
Gibson ReservoirGibson Reservoir is located just south of the Bob Marshall Wilderness in Montana. The reservoir is formed by the concrete arch Gibson Dam and backs water up between a hilly pass for about 3 miles. The water in the dam is initially provided by spring snow runoff and carried there via the North Fork Sun River and the South Fork Sun River right after the two join. The reservoir is mainly used for irrigation control. Show on map
Sexton GlacierSexton Glacier is located in the U.S. state of Montana in Glacier National Park. The glacier is situated in a cirque north of Going-to-the-Sun Mountain and on the southeast slope of Matahpi Peak at an elevation between 8,000 feet (2,400 m) and 7,000 feet (2,100 m) above sea level. The glacier covers an area of approximately 68 acres (0.28 km2) and lost over 30 percent of its surface area between 1966 and 2005. Show on map
Upper Two Medicine LakeUpper Two Medicine Lake is located in Glacier National Park, in the U. S. state of Montana. The lake is just east of the Continental Divide in the Two Medicine region of Glacier National Park. Upper Two Medicine Lake is in a cirque and surrounded by a number of peaks including Lone Walker Mountain, Mount Helen and Pumpelly Pillar. Upper Two Medicine Lake is a 5 miles (8.0 km) hike from the Two Medicine Store. Show on map
Helen LakeHelen Lake is located in Glacier National Park, in the U.S. state of Montana. Helen Lake is at the head of the Belly River and is situated below Ahern Peak to the west and Ipasha Peak to the northwest. Numerous small streams feed the lake in addition to melt waters from the Ahern Glacier which descend 1,680 feet (510 m) over Ahern Glacier Falls in one sheer drop to a talus slope below en route to the lake. Show on map
Kintla GlacierKintla Glacier is in Glacier National Park in the U.S. state of Montana. The glacier is situated on a plateau 2 miles (3.2 km) southwest of Kintla Peak at an elevation between 8,700 feet (2,700 m) and 7,700 feet (2,300 m) above sea level. The glacier has numerous crevasses and is actually two glaciers with a combined area of 280 acres (110 ha) as of 2005. This is a 34 percent decrease in area from 1966. Show on map
Whitecrow GlacierWhitecrow Glacier is in Glacier National Park, U.S. state of Montana. The glacier is situated immediately east of Mount Cleveland at an average elevation of 7,000 feet (2,100 m) above sea level. Whitecrow Glacier is in a cirque and consists of numerous ice patches, covering a combined surface area of 48 acres (0.19 km2). Between 1966 and 2005, Whitecrow Glacier lost over 47 percent of its surface area. Show on map
Beaver Woman LakeBeaver Woman Lake is located in Glacier National Park, in the U. S. state of Montana. Beaver Woman Lake is in the northwest part of Martha's Basin southeast of Mount Pinchot and 0.6 miles (0.97 km) north of Buffalo Woman Lake. The name, Beaver Woman, was submitted to the United States Board on Geographic Names by the National Park Service in 1939 and officially approved on April 24, 1940. Show on map
Thunderbird GlacierThunderbird Glacier is in Glacier National Park in the U.S. state of Montana. The glacier is situated on the east side Continental Divide below Thunderbird Mountain at an average elevation of 8,000 feet (2,400 m) above sea level. As of 2005, Thunderbird Glacier consisted of numerous ice patches covering a total of 58 acres (0.23 km2), which is over 33 percent smaller than it was in 1966. Show on map
Upper Grinnell LakeUpper Grinnell Lake is located in Glacier National Park, in the U. S. state of Montana. Upper Grinnell Lake is a proglacial lake which formed in the 1930s as Grinnell Glacier retreated. The lake is often filled with small icebergs which have been breaking off Grinnell Glacier. Upper Grinnell Lake can be reached by trail and is a 5.5 miles (8.9 km) hike from the Many Glacier Hotel. Show on map
Redwater RiverThe Redwater River is a tributary of the Missouri River, approximately 110 mi (177 km), in eastern Montana in the United States. It rises in on the northern slope of the Big Sheep Mountains, in northwestern Prairie County, and flows northeast across the plains past Brockway and Circle and joins the Missouri in northeastern McCone County, approximately 4 mi (6 km) south of Poplar. Show on map
Two Ocean GlacierTwo Ocean Glacier is in Glacier National Park in the U.S. state of Montana. The glacier is situated on the west side Continental Divide below Vulture Peak at an average elevation of 8,400 feet (2,600 m) above sea level. As of 2005, Two Ocean Glacier consisted of numerous ice patches covering a total of 67 acres (0.27 km2) and is more than 35 percent smaller than it was in 1966. Show on map
Miche Wabun LakeMiche Wabun Lake is located in Glacier National Park, in the U. S. state of Montana. Runoff from the Miche Wabun Glacier and other icefields feed the lake after cascading over Miche Wabun Falls. Miche Wabun Lake is at the head of the North Fork Belly River and is surrounded by Kaina Mountain to the east, Miche Wabun Peak to the north and Goat Haunt Mountain to the southwest. Show on map
Sweet Grass CreekSweet Grass Creek is a tributary of the Yellowstone River, approximately 50 mi (80 km) long, in south central Montana in the United States. It rises in the Gallatin National Forest, in the Crazy Mountains in eastern Park County. It flows northeast, into Sweet Grass County, then southeast, past Melville, and south, joining the Yellowstone 2 mi (3 km) northwest of Greycliff. Show on map
Snowbank GlacierSnowbank Glacier is in the Beartooth Mountains, U.S. state of Montana. The glacier is situated at an elevation of 10,600 feet (3,200 m) above sea level and is immediately east of Snowbank Mountain. The glacier is in two sections, a west and east lobe, each about equal in area at 60 acres (0.24 km2). A proglacial lake can be found at the northern terminus of the west lobe. Show on map
Big Sandy CreekBig Sandy Creek is a tributary of the Milk River, approximately 50 miles (80 kilometers) long, in northwestern Montana in the United States. It rises in the southern Rocky Boys Indian Reservation in the Bears Paw Mountains and flows southwest, then north past Box Elder, then northeast, joined by Sage Creek, and joins the Milk approximately 10 mi (16 km) west of Havre. Show on map
Grinnell LakeGrinnell Lake is located in Glacier National Park, in the U. S. state of Montana. Named after George Bird Grinnell, the lake has an opaque turquoise appearance from the rock flour (silt) which is transported to the lake from Grinnell Glacier. Grinnell Lake is accessible via the Grinnell Glacier Trail and is 3.2 miles (5.1 km) from the Many Glacier Hotel. Show on map
Milk RiverThe Milk River is a tributary of the Missouri River, 729 mi (1,173 km) long, in the United States state of Montana and the Canadian province of Alberta. Rising in the Rocky Mountains, the river drains a sparsely populated, semi-arid watershed of 23,800 sq mi (62,000 km2), ending just east of Fort Peck, Montana. Show on map
Ptarmigan LakePtarmigan Lake is located in Glacier National Park, in the U. S. state of Montana. Ptarmigan Lake is situated below the Ptarmigan Wall. The lake is a 4.3 miles (6.9 km) hike from the Swiftcurrent Auto Camp Historic District by way of the Ptarmigan Trail. After another .9 miles (1.4 km) hike from Ptarmigan Lake, the historic Ptarmigan Tunnel can be seen. Show on map
South Fork Musselshell RiverThe South Fork Musselshell River is a tributary of the Musselshell River in south central Montana in the United States. It rises in the Lewis and Clark National Forest in the Crazy Mountains in southern Meagher County. It flows northeast, joining the North Fork to form the Musselshell near Martinsdale just west of county line with Wheatland County. Show on map
Lake JosephineLake Josephine is located in Glacier National Park, in the U. S. state of Montana. Swiftcurrent Lake is immediately to the northeast of Lake Josephine and the two lakes are separated by a short (.3 miles (0.48 km)) stream. Lake Josephine is accessible via the Grinnell Glacier Trail which follows the west shoreline of the lake for 1 mile (1.6 km). Show on map
Rock CreekRock Creek is a 52-mile (84 km) river in Missoula and Granite County, Montana. Rock Creek is a tributary of the Clark Fork river. The river's headwaters are in Lolo National Forest near Phillipsburg, Montana. The river roughly parallels the Sapphire Mountains and enters the Clark Fork near Clinton, Montana. Sapphires are found along the river. Show on map
Trout LakeTrout Lake is located in Glacier National Park, in the U. S. state of Montana. Trout Lake is situated in the Camas Valley, and is 1.25 miles (2.01 km) southwest of Arrow Lake and 1 mile (1.6 km) northeast of Rogers Lake. Nearby mountains include Rogers Peak to the west. Trout Lake is a 7 miles (11 km) one way hike from the North Fork Road. Show on map
Toston DamToston Dam is a hydroelectric gravity dam located on the Missouri River in Broadwater County, Montana. The dam is 705 feet (215 m) long and 56 feet (17 m) high, and generates 10 megawatts of power. The dam is a \"run-of-the-river\" dam because it can generate electricity without needing to store additional water supplies behind the dam. Show on map
Iceberg LakeIceberg Lake is located in Glacier National Park, in the U. S. state of Montana. Mount Wilbur is south and Iceberg Peak is west of Iceberg Lake. Iceberg Peak towers more than 3,000 feet (910 m) above the lake. A popular day hike destination, Iceberg Lake is a 4.8 miles (7.7 km) hike from the Swiftcurrent Auto Camp Historic District. Show on map
Cerulean LakeCerulean Lake is located in Glacier National Park, in the U. S. state of Montana. Cerulean Lake is in a cirque surrounded by high peaks including Rainbow Peak to the west, which rises more than 5,000 feet (1,500 m) above the lake. Melt from Rainbow Glacier to the west enters Cerulean lake via Rainbow Creek and other sources. Show on map
Sundance GlacierSundance Glacier is in the U.S. state of Montana. The glacier is situated in the Beartooth Mountains at an elevation of 10,600 feet (3,200 m) above sea level and is immediately northeast of Castle Rock Mountain. The glacier covers approximately 70 acres (0.28 km2) and is located in a deep cirque below Castle Rock Mountain. Show on map
Sky Top GlacierSky Top Glacier is in the Beartooth Mountains in the U.S. state of Montana. The glacier is situated at an elevation of 11,600 feet (3,500 m) in a cirque to the west of Granite Peak, the tallest summit in Montana. The glacier covers approximately 25 acres (0.10 km2) and a small proglacial lake is near the glacier terminus. Show on map
Dupuyer CreekDupuyer Creek is a tributary of Birch Creek in northwestern Montana in the United States. It rises in the Lewis and Clark National Forest at the continental divide in northwestern Teton County and flows northwest down from the mountains, past Dupuyer, and joins Birch Creek in Pondera County 2 mi (3.2 km) west of Valier. Show on map
Pray LakePray Lake is located in Glacier National Park, in the U. S. state of Montana. The lake is approximately 100 yards (91 m) northeast of Two Medicine Lake and is only 1 foot (0.30 m) lower in altitude with a short stream connecting the two. A vehicular access National Park Service campground is adjacent to the lake. Show on map
Arrow LakeArrow Lake is located in Glacier National Park, in the U. S. state of Montana. Arrow Lake is situated in the Camas Valley, and is 1.25 miles (2.01 km) west of Heavens Peak and a little over 1 mile (1.6 km) NNE of Trout Lake. Arrow Lake is a 9.5 miles (15.3 km) hike from the trailhead along the North Fork Road. Show on map
Wolf GlacierWolf Glacier is in the U.S. state of Montana. The glacier is situated in the Beartooth Mountains at an elevation of 11,000 feet (3,400 m) in a north facing cirque to the east of Wolf Mountain. The glacier covers approximately 80 acres (0.32 km2) and several small proglacial lakes are near the glacier terminus. Show on map
Lake NooneyLake Nooney is located in Glacier National Park, in the U. S. state of Montana. The lake is east of Mount Custer and .50 miles (0.80 km) west of Lake Wurdeman. The Herbst Glacier is located above the lake to the northwest. Rock flour (silt) from melting glaciers make the lake appear opaque turquoise in color. Show on map
Medicine Owl LakeMedicine Owl Lake is located in Glacier National Park, in the U. S. state of Montana. Amphitheater Mountain rises to the southwest and Medicine Owl Peak is immediately west of the lake. Medicine Owl Lake is in the remote backcountry of Glacier National Park and no designated or maintained trails are nearby. Show on map
Windmaker LakeWindmaker Lake is located in Glacier National Park, in the U. S. state of Montana. Swiftcurrent Mountain is west and Mount Wilbur is north of the lake. Unnamed creeks and the melt from the North Swiftcurrent Glacier feed the lake. Windmaker Lake can be reached by way of the Swiftcurrent Pass Trail. Show on map
McDonald GlacierMcDonald Glacier is in the U.S. state of Montana. The glacier is situated in the Mission Mountains at an elevation of 8,600 feet (2,600 m) above sea level and is immediately north of McDonald Peak. The glacier covers approximately 45 acres (0.18 km2) and is located in a cirque below McDonald Peak. Show on map
Carpenter CreekCarpenter Creek, Montana is a ghost town in Musselshell County. It was the site of a Post Office from 1915-1918, with John Donovan as postmaster. The site of a former large coal mine, Carpenter Creek is the birthplace of J. R. “Doc” Campbell, the 82nd Associate Justice of the Oregon Supreme Court. Show on map
Quartz LakeQuartz Lake is located in Glacier National Park, in the U. S. state of Montana. Quartz Lake is only 150 yards (140 m) east of Middle Quartz Lake. Quartz Lake is a 6 miles (9.7 km) hike from the Bowman Lake Picnic Area. The historic Quartz Lake Patrol Cabin is on the western shore of Quartz Lake. Show on map
Lake Ellen WilsonLake Ellen Wilson is located in Glacier National Park, in the U. S. state of Montana. Lake Ellen Wilson is .25 miles (0.40 km) upstream from Lincoln Lake but is more than 1,300 feet (400 m) higher in elevation. A series of cascades including Beaver Chief Falls can be found between the two lakes. Show on map
Lincoln LakeLincoln Lake is located in Glacier National Park, in the U. S. state of Montana. Lincoln Lake is .25 miles (0.40 km) downstream from Lake Ellen Wilson but sits more than 1,300 feet (400 m) lower in elevation. A series of cascades including Beaver Chief Falls can be found between the two lakes. Show on map
Redrock LakeRedrock Lake is located in Glacier National Park, in the U. S. state of Montana. Mount Wilbur is west of Redrock Lake. Prior to entering Redrock Lake, Swiftcurrent Creek tumbles over Redrock Falls which can be reached after an easy 1.8 miles (2.9 km) hike by way of the Swiftcurrent Pass Trail. Show on map
Granite GlacierGranite Glacier is located in the US state of Montana. The glacier is situated in the Beartooth Mountains at an elevation of 11,000 feet (3,400 m) above sea level and is on the north slope of Granite Peak, the highest summit in Montana. The glacier covers approximately 40 acres (0.16 km2). Show on map
Hidden GlacierHidden Glacier is located in the US state of Montana. The glacier is situated in the Beartooth Mountains at an elevation of 10,500 feet (3,200 m), nestled within a cirque between Mount Villard to the east and Glacier Peak to the west. The glacier covers approximately 10 acres (0.040 km2). Show on map
Red Eagle LakeRed Eagle Lake is located in Glacier National Park, in the U. S. state of Montana. Red Eagle Mountain rises to the west of the lake and Saint Mary Lake is to the north. Red Eagle Lake is accessible from the Triple Divide Trail and is a 7.6 miles (12.2 km) hike from St. Mary, Montana. Show on map
Goat LakeGoat Lake is located in Glacier National Park, in the U. S. state of Montana. Goat Lake is in a cirque below Goat Mountain which looms almost 3,400 feet (1,000 m) above the lake immediately to the northwest. The lake is a 3 miles (4.8 km) hike by trail from the Rising Sun Auto Camp. Show on map
Lake IsabelLake Isabel is located in Glacier National Park, in the U. S. state of Montana. Lake Isabel is northeast of Battlement Mountain and northwest of Vigil Peak. Located in a remote region of Glacier National Park, Lake Isabel is a 30 miles (48 km) roundtrip hike from Two Medicine Lake. Show on map
Gunsight LakeGunsight Lake is located in Glacier National Park, in the U. S. state of Montana. The lake is surrounded by high peaks including Fusillade Mountain to the north and Gunsight Mountain to the west. Mount Jackson rises more than 4,700 feet (1,400 m) above Gunsight Lake to the south. Show on map
Glenns LakeGlenns Lake is located in Glacier National Park, in the U. S. state of Montana. Glenns Lake is a long narrow lake located between Cosley Ridge and Whitecrow Mountain in the northeastern region of Glacier National Park. Mokowanis Lake is .50 miles (0.80 km) south of Glenns Lake. Show on map
Ipasha LakeIpasha Lake is located in Glacier National Park, in the U. S. state of Montana. Ipasha Lake is west of Ipasha Peak which rises more than 4,000 feet (1,200 m) above the lake. Melt water from the Ipasha Glacier descends 580 feet (180 m) over Ipasha Falls en route to Ipasha Lake. Show on map
Lake EvangelineLake Evangeline is located in Glacier National Park, in the U. S. state of Montana. Lake Evangeline is situated in the Upper Camas Valley, and is 1.25 miles (2.01 km) northwest of Camas Lake. Nearby mountains include Longfellow Peak and Paul Bunyans Cabin to the southwest. Show on map
Camas LakeCamas Lake is located in Glacier National Park, in the U. S. state of Montana. Camas Lake is situated in the Camas Valley, and is 1.25 miles (2.01 km) southeast of Lake Evangeline. Camas Lake is a 13 miles (21 km) hike one way from the trailhead along the North Fork Road. Show on map
Lake ElwellLake Elwell (aka Tiber Reservoir) is a reservoir in north central Montana. The reservoir was created by the damming of the Marias River at the Tiber Dam. Lake Elwell was named for Judge Charles B. Ewell (1888–1974), former director of the Montana Reclamation Association. Show on map
Billings Bench Water Association CanalThe Billings Bench Water Association Canal, also referred to as the Billings Canal, is an irrigation canal that starts at the Yellowstone River in Laurel, Montana, runs through Billings, Montana, under the Rims and ends at the Yellowstone River near Shepherd, Montana. Show on map
Fairy LakeFairy Lake is a lake in Gallatin County, Montana at the base of the Sacagawea Peak, a part of the Bridger mountains in south central Montana. It is located within the northwestern section of the Gallatin National Forest and sits at an elevation of 7,557 ft (2,303 m). Show on map
Kennedy LakeKennedy Lake is located in Glacier National Park, in the U. S. state of Montana. The lake is in a cirque with Mount Henkel to the south and Crowfeet Mountain to the northwest. The Redgap Pass Trail is the closest maintained trail but does not go to this remote lake. Show on map
Avalanche LakeAvalanche Lake is located in Glacier National Park, in the U. S. state of Montana. Avalanche Lake is southwest of Bearhat Mountain and receives meltwater from Sperry Glacier. Avalanche Lake is a 2 miles (3.2 km) hike from the trailhead along the Trail of the Cedars. Show on map
Whitefish RiverThe Whitefish River is a tributary of the Flathead River in the U.S. state of Montana. It is part of the Columbia River basin, as the Flathead River is a tributary of Clark Fork, which is tributary to the Pend Oreille River, which is tributary to the Columbia River. Show on map
Gray Wolf GlacierGray Wolf Glacier is located in the US state of Montana. The glacier is situated in the Mission Mountains at an elevation of 8,000 feet (2,400 m) above sea level and is immediately northeast of Gray Wolf Peak. The glacier covers approximately 15 acres (0.061 km2). Show on map
Vulture GlacierVulture Glacier is in Glacier National Park, U.S. state of Montana. The glacier is situated just south of Vulture Peak at an average elevation of 8,000 feet (2,400 m) above sea level. Between 1966 and 2005, Vulture Glacier lost over 50 percent of its surface area. Show on map
Dry Cottonwood CreekDry Cottonwood Creek is a creek in Deer Lodge County, Montana. Approximately 10 miles (16 km) long, it flows northwest out of the southern reaches of the Boulder Mountains into the Clark Fork river near Deer Lodge, Montana. Sapphires are found along this creek. Show on map
Hebgen LakeHebgen Lake is a lake located in Southwest Montana and is created by Hebgen Dam. It is well known for the 1959 Hebgen Lake earthquake (magnitude 7.1 to 7.5) which occurred nearby on August 17, 1959, forming Quake Lake which is located immediately downstream. Show on map
Ruger LakeRuger Lake is located in Glacier National Park, in the U. S. state of Montana. Ruger Lake is situated in the Upper Camas Valley, and is .50 miles (0.80 km) south of Lake Evangeline. Nearby mountains include Longfellow Peak and Paul Bunyans Cabin to the west. Show on map
Lake FrancesLake Frances is located in Glacier National Park, in the U. S. state of Montana. Runoff from the Dixon Glacier empties into the south side of the lake while runoff from Thunderbird Glacier flows into Thunderbird Creek and into the east shore of the lake. Show on map
Harrison LakeHarrison Lake is located in Glacier National Park, in the U. S. state of Montana. Harrison Lake is 2.5 miles (4.0 km) long. Near the eastern end of the lake is the Harrison Lake Patrol Cabin, which is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Show on map
Slide LakeSlide Lake is located in Glacier National Park, in the U. S. state of Montana. Otatso Lake is situated north of Yellow Mountain along the Otatso Creek. The historic Slide Lake-Otatso Creek Patrol Cabin and Woodshed are 1.25 miles (2.01 km) to the east. Show on map
Cobalt LakeCobalt Lake is located in Glacier National Park, in the U. S. state of Montana. The lake is just east of the Continental Divide in the Two Medicine region of Glacier National Park. Cobalt Lake is a 5.7 miles (9.2 km) hike from the Two Medicine Store. Show on map
Sue LakeSue Lake is located in Glacier National Park, in the U. S. state of Montana. Sue Lake is situated immediately northwest of Mount Kipp. Immediately after flowing out of Sue Lake, the Mokowanis River descends 560 feet (170 m) over Raven Quiver Falls. Show on map
Rogers LakeRogers Lake is located in Glacier National Park, in the U. S. state of Montana. Rogers Lake is situated in the Camas Valley, and is 1 mile (1.6 km) southwest of Trout Lake. Nearby mountains include Rogers Peak to the north. Show on map
Mountaineer GlacierMountaineer Glacier is in the U.S. state of Montana. The glacier is situated in the Mission Mountains at an elevation of 8,200 feet (2,500 m) above sea level and is north of Mountaineer Peak. The glacier covers approximately 15 acres (0.061 km2). Show on map
Castle Rock GlacierCastle Rock Glacier is in the U.S. state of Montana. The glacier is situated south of Castle Rock Mountain in the Beartooth Mountains. The glacier terminus is a proglacial lake and the glacier extends from 11,700 to 11,000 ft (3,600 to 3,400 m). Show on map
Murphy LakeMurphy Lake is a lake in Lincoln County, Montana, United States, within Kootenai National Forest, northwest of Dickey Lake. Murphy Lake lies at an elevation of 2999 feet (914 m). A ranger station and a campground are located on the lake's shore. Show on map
No Name LakeNo Name Lake is located in Glacier National Park, in the U. S. state of Montana. The lake is just north of Pumpelly Pillar in the Two Medicine region of Glacier National Park. No Name Lake is a 5 miles (8.0 km) hike from the Two Medicine Store. Show on map
Teton RiverThe Teton River (pronounced \"TEE-tuhn\") is located in northwestern Montana, in the Western United StatesThe ~ 150 miles (240 km) long river is a tributary of the Marias River. Its watershed is within Teton County and Chouteau County, Montana. Show on map
Sunrise GlacierSunrise Glacier is in the U.S. state of Montana. Sunrise Glacier is situated in the Mission Mountains at an elevation of 8,800 feet (2,700 m) above sea level and is east of Mount Shoemaker. The glacier covers approximately 35 acres (0.14 km2). Show on map
Swan GlaciersThe Swan Glaciers are in the U.S. state of Montana. Situated around Swan Peak, a total of six to ten small glaciers can be found at an elevation of 8,000 feet (2,400 m) above sea level. The glaciers are in the remote Bob Marshall Wilderness. Show on map
Snowshoe LakeSnowshoe Lake is a small alpine lake located in the Cabinet Mountains in northwestern Montana. It is within the boundaries of Kaniksu National Forest. Snowshoe Peak overlooks the lake. Granite Lake and Leigh Lake are also located nearby. Show on map
Margaret LakeMargaret Lake is located in Glacier National Park, in the U. S. state of Montana. Margaret Lake is less than .50 miles (0.80 km) north of Ipasha Lake. Margaret Lake is fed by Pyramid Creek as well as melt waters from Chaney Glacier. Show on map
Middle Quartz LakeMiddle Quartz Lake is located in Glacier National Park, in the U. S. state of Montana. Middle Quartz Lake is only 150 yards (140 m) west of Quartz Lake. Middle Quartz Lake is a 6 miles (9.7 km) hike from the Bowman Lake Picnic Area. Show on map
Lower Quartz LakeLower Quartz Lake is located in Glacier National Park, in the U. S. state of Montana. Lower Quartz Lake is 1.5 miles (2.4 km) southwest of Quartz Lake. Lower Quartz Lake is a 3 miles (4.8 km) hike from the Bowman Lake Picnic Area. Show on map
Twin LakesTwin Lakes are located in Glacier National Park, in the U. S. state of Montana. Fusillade Mountain rises to the south above the lakes. A spur off the Gunsight Pass Trail leads to Florence Falls which are below the Twin Lakes. Show on map
Mokowanis LakeMokowanis Lake is in Glacier National Park in the U. S. state of Montana, .80 miles (1.29 km) north of Margaret Lake and just northwest of Pyramid Peak. Glenns Lake lies less than .50 miles (0.80 km) north of Mokowanis Lake. Show on map
Oldman LakeOldman Lake is located in Glacier National Park, in the U. S. state of Montana. Oldman Lake is immediately east of Mount Morgan and north of Flinsch Peak. Oldman Lake is a 5.7 miles (9.2 km) hike from the Two Medicine Store. Show on map
Young Man LakeYoung Man Lake is located in Glacier National Park, in the U. S. state of Montana. Young Man Lake is in a cirque immediately east of Flinsch Peak. A series of waterfalls carries waters from the lake to nearby Boy Lake. Show on map
Otokomi LakeOtokomi Lake is located in Glacier National Park, in the U. S. state of Montana. Otokomi Lake is in a cirque north of Goat Mountain. The lake is a 5.2 miles (8.4 km) hike by trail from the Rising Sun Auto Camp. Show on map
Atsina LakeAtsina Lake is in Glacier National Park in the U. S. state of Montana, just to the west of Pyramid Peak. Atsina Lake has several waterfalls nearby including Paiota Falls, Atsina Falls and the Mokowanis Cascade. Show on map
Katoya LakeKatoya Lake is located in Glacier National Park, in the U. S. state of Montana. The lake is northeast of Pitamakan Lake while Red Mountain rises more than 3,000 feet (910 m) above Katoya Lake to the northeast. The lake expands .25 miles (.40 km) on its length, and is just .10 miles (.16 km) wide. The surface elevation is 6,368 ft (1,941 km). Show on map
Cosley LakeCosley Lake is located in Glacier National Park, in the U. S. state of Montana. Cosley Lake is .35 miles (0.56 km) northeast of Glenns Lake and between Bear Mountain to the north and Cosley Ridge to the south. Show on map
Lake HelenaLake Helena is a body of water along Prickly Pear Creek in the Helena Valley of Lewis and Clark County in southwestern Montana. It is 2,073 acres (8 km2) in size and is 3,647 ft (1,112 m) above sea level. Show on map
Seven Winds of the LakeLake of the Seven Winds (also listed as Seven Winds of the Lake) is located in Glacier National Park, in the U. S. state of Montana. The lake is northwest of Pitamakan Lake and east of McClintock Peak. Show on map
Green LakeGreen Lake is located in Glacier National Park, in the U. S. state of Montana. The lake is near the southern border of Glacier National Park, midway between Marias Pass and East Glacier Park, Montana. Show on map
Fishercap LakeFishercap Lake is located in Glacier National Park, in the U. S. state of Montana. Mount Wilbur is west of Fishercap Lake. The lake is almost adjacent to the Swiftcurrent Auto Camp Historic District. Show on map
Medicine Grizzly LakeMedicine Grizzly Lake is located in Glacier National Park, in the U. S. state of Montana. The lake is surrounded by high peaks including Triple Divide Peak to the west and Mount James to the north. Show on map
Phantom GlacierPhantom Glacier is in the U.S. state of Montana. The glacier is situated in the Beartooth Mountains at an elevation of 10,400 feet (3,200 m) above sea level and is immediately south of Arch Lake. Show on map
Willow CreekWillow Creek is a census-designated place (CDP) in Gallatin County, Montana, United States. The population was 210 at the 2010 census. It is part of the Bozeman, MT Micropolitan Statistical Area. Show on map
Grace LakeGrace Lake is located in Glacier National Park, in the U. S. state of Montana. Grace Lake is 1.15 miles (1.85 km) northeast of Logging Lake. Mount Geduhn is located to the east of Grace Lake. Show on map
Hopper GlacierHopper Glacier is located in the US state of Montana. The glacier is situated north of Sky Pilot Mountain in the Beartooth Mountains at an elevation of 11,000 feet (3,400 m) above sea level. Show on map
Elizabeth LakeElizabeth Lake is located in Glacier National Park, in the U. S. state of Montana. Elizabeth Lake lies along the Belly River and is more than 2.25 miles (3.62 km) downstream from Helen Lake. Show on map
Otatso LakeOtatso Lake is located in Glacier National Park, in the U. S. state of Montana. Otatso Lake is situated in a cirque below unnamed peaks in the northeastern section of Glacier National Park. Show on map
Blackwell GlacierBlackwell Glacier is in the U.S. state of Montana. The glacier is situated immediately north of Snowshoe Peak in the Cabinet Mountains. The glacier consists of numerous small ice patches. Show on map
Beartooth GlacierBeartooth Glacier is in the U.S. state of Montana. The glacier is situated in a cirque northeast of Beartooth Mountain at an average elevation of 10,500 feet (3,200 m) above sea level. Show on map
Gem LakeGem Lake is located in Glacier National Park, in the U. S. state of Montana. Gem Lake is often ice clogged and is .50 miles (0.80 km) WSW of Sperry Glacier and adjacent to Comeau Pass. Show on map
Kootenai LakesKootenai Lakes are located in Glacier National Park, in the U. S. state of Montana. The Kootenai Lakes are in the Waterton Valley in the north central section of Glacier National Park. Show on map
Natahki LakeNatahki Lake is located in Glacier National Park, in the U. S. state of Montana. Natahki Lake is in a cirque below Mount Henkel to the west and south and Altyn Peak to the southeast. Show on map
Three Bears LakeThree Bears Lake is located in Glacier National Park, in the U. S. state of Montana. The lake is adjacent to the Continental Divide and .5 miles (0.80 km) northwest of Marias Pass. Show on map
Stoney Indian LakeStoney Indian Lake is located in Glacier National Park, in the U. S. state of Montana. Stoney Indian Lake is northeast of Wahcheechee Mountain and south of Stoney Indian Peaks. Show on map
Pitamakan LakePitamakan Lake is located in Glacier National Park, in the U. S. state of Montana. Pitamakan Pass is just south of the lake and the Lake of the Seven Winds is to the northwest. Show on map
Duck LakeDuck Lake is a lake in the U.S. state of Montana. It is located 28.1 kilometres south of Carway, Alberta / Port of Peigan, Montana, and 11.4 kilometres east of Babb, Montana. Show on map
Falling Leaf LakeFalling Leaf Lake is located in Glacier National Park, in the U. S. state of Montana. The lake is in a cirque to the north of Allen Mountain and adjacent to Snow Moon Lake. Show on map
Snow Moon LakeSnow Moon Lake is located in Glacier National Park, in the U. S. state of Montana. The lake is in a cirque to the north of Allen Mountain and adjacent to Falling Leaf Lake. Show on map
Lake JanetLake Janet is located in Glacier National Park, in the U. S. state of Montana. Lake Janet is south of Porcupine Ridge and 2.5 miles (4.0 km) southwest of Waterton Lake. Show on map
Running Crane LakeRunning Crane Lake is located in Glacier National Park, in the U. S. state of Montana. Red Mountain is south of the lake, while Eagle Plume Mountain is to the north. Show on map
Lake WurdemanLake Wurdeman is located in Glacier National Park, in the U. S. state of Montana. The lake is northwest of Chapman Peak and .50 miles (0.80 km) east of Lake Nooney. Show on map
Feather Woman LakeFeather Woman Lake is located in Glacier National Park, in the U. S. state of Montana. The lake is often ice clogged and is 1 mile (1.6 km) WSW of Sperry Glacier. Show on map
Whitecrow LakeWhitecrow Lake is located in Glacier National Park, in the U. S. state of Montana. Whitecrow Lake is south of Whitecrow Mountain and east of Stoney Indian Peaks. Show on map
Striped Elk LakeStriped Elk Lake is located in Glacier National Park, in the U. S. state of Montana. Striped Elk Lake is 1.25 miles (2.01 km) northeast of Mount Saint Nicholas. Show on map
Akaiyan LakeAkaiyan Lake is located in Glacier National Park, in the U. S. state of Montana. The lake is often ice clogged and is .75 miles (1.21 km) WSW of Sperry Glacier. Show on map
Stillwater RiverThe Stillwater River is a tributary of the Yellowstone River. Approximately 70 miles (113 km) long, it runs through southern Montana in the United States. Show on map
Morning Star LakeMorning Star Lake is located in Glacier National Park, in the U. S. state of Montana. The lake is situated along the North Fork Cut Bank Creek drainage. Show on map
Black Horse LakeBlack Horse Lake is a seasonal lake just north of present day Great Falls, Montana. The lake is usually dry, except during the spring and early summer. Show on map
Turtle LakeTurtle Lake (Salish: čɫqq̓liʔ ) is a census-designated place (CDP) in Lake County, Montana, United States. The population was 194 at the 2000 census. Show on map
Jackstraw LakeJackstraw Lake is located in Glacier National Park, in the U. S. state of Montana. Jackstraw Lake is .80 miles (1.29 km) south of Bearhead Mountain. Show on map
Boy LakeBoy Lake is located in Glacier National Park, in the U. S. state of Montana. Boy Lake is approximately 1 mile (1.6 km) WWN of Rising Wolf Mountain. Show on map
Lonely LakesLonely Lakes are located in Glacier National Park, in the U. S. state of Montana. The lakes are adjacent to each other and drain into Lake Creek. Show on map
Little Bitterroot LakeLittle Bitterroot Lake is a census-designated place (CDP) in Flathead County, Montana, United States. The population was 194 at the 2010 census. Show on map
Poia LakePoia Lake is located in Glacier National Park, in the U. S. state of Montana. Poia Lake is 2.5 miles (4.0 km) northwest of Lake Sherburne. Show on map
Rader CreekRader Creek is a census-designated place (CDP) in Jefferson County, Montana, United States. The population was 363 at the 2010 census. Show on map
Winona LakeWinona Lake is located in Glacier National Park, in the U. S. state of Montana. Winona Lake is 5 miles (8.0 km) west of Logging Lake. Show on map
Lake Mary RonanLake Mary Ronan is a census-designated place (CDP) in Lake County, Montana, United States. The population was 65 at the 2010 census. Show on map
Carcajou LakeCarcajou Lake is located in Glacier National Park, in the U. S. state of Montana. The lake is on the north slope of Porcupine Ridge. Show on map
Aurice LakeAurice Lake is located in Glacier National Park, in the U. S. state of Montana. Aurice Lake is immediately west of Mount Rockwell. Show on map
Beaver CreekBeaver Creek is a census-designated place (CDP) in Hill County, Montana, United States. The population was 291 at the 2000 census. Show on map
Nahsukin LakeNahsukin Lake is located in Glacier National Park, in the U. S. state of Montana. Nahsukin Lake is southeast of Nahsukin Mountain. Show on map
Goat Haunt LakeGoat Haunt Lake is located in Glacier National Park, in the U. S. state of Montana. Goat Haunt Mountain is southeast of the lake. Show on map
Gyrfalcon LakeGyrfalcon Lake is located in Glacier National Park, in the U. S. state of Montana. Gyrfalcon Lake is east of Two Ocean Glacier. Show on map
Upper Snyder LakeUpper Snyder Lake is located in Glacier National Park, in the U. S. state of Montana. Upper Snyder Lake is NNE of Snyder Lake. Show on map
Wahseeja LakeWahseeja Lake is located in Glacier National Park, in the U. S. state of Montana. The lake is just northwest of Shaheeya Peak. Show on map
Fissure GlacierFissure Glacier is located in the U.S. state of Montana. The glacier is situated east of Lowary Peak in the Mission Range. Show on map
Bullhead LakeBullhead Lake is located in Glacier National Park, in the U. S. state of Montana. Mount Wilbur is North of Bullhead Lake. Show on map
Redhorn LakeRedhorn Lake is located in Glacier National Park, in the U. S. state of Montana. Redhorn Lake is in the Livingston Range. Show on map
Snyder LakeSnyder Lake is located in Glacier National Park, in the U. S. state of Montana. Snyder Lake is SSW of Upper Snyder Lake. Show on map
Shaheeya LakeShaheeya Lake is located in Glacier National Park, in the U.S. state of Montana. Shaheeya Lake is east of Shaheeya Peak. Show on map
Kaina LakeKaina Lake is located in Glacier National Park, in the U. S. state of Montana. Kaina Lake is south of Kaina Mountain. Show on map
Bench LakeBench Lake is located in Glacier National Park, in the U. S. state of Montana. Bench Lake is south of Kootenai Peak. Show on map
Alvord LakeAlvord Lake is a lake in Lincoln County of the U.S. state of Montana. Its elevation is 2,582 feet (787 m). Show on map
Little Bitterroot LakeLittle Bitterroot Lake is a small lake in northwest Montana. It is located in the town of Marion, Montana. Show on map
Lena LakeLena Lake is located in Glacier National Park, in the U. S. state of Montana. Show on map
Mud LakeThere are over a dozen lakes named Mud Lake within the U.S. state of Montana. \n* Mud Lake, Beaverhead County, Montana. 44°36′32″N 112°10′52″W / 44.60889°N 112.18111°W \n* Mud Lake, Beaverhead County, Montana. 45°11′10″N 113°26′35″W / 45.18611°N 113.44306°W \n* Mud Lake, Beaverhead County, Montana. 45°39′12″N 113°23′44″W / 45.65333°N 113.39556°W \n* Mud Lake, Blaine County, Montana. 48°35′20″N 108°36′51″W / 48.58889°N 108.61417°W \n* Mud Lake, Flathead County, Montana. 47°38′20″N 113°20′03″W / 47.63889°N 113.33417°W \n* Mud Lake, Flathead County, Montana. 48°06′42″N 113°59′42″W / 48.11167°N 113.99500°W \n* Mud Lake, Flathead County, Montana. 48°27′40″N 114°02′25″W / 48.46111°N 114.04028°W \n* Mud Lake, Flathead County, Montana. 48°37′39″N 114°12′46″W / 48.62750°N 114.21278° Show on map
Willow CreekThere are 45 streams named Willow Creek in the state of Montana. \n* Willow Creek (Beaverhead County, Montana), 44°39′02″N 112°39′00″W / 44.65056°N 112.65000°W, el. 6,188 feet (1,886 m) \n* Willow Creek (Beaverhead County, Montana), 45°27′28″N 112°39′33″W / 45.45778°N 112.65917°W, el. 4,944 feet (1,507 m) \n* Willow Creek (Big Horn County, Montana), 45°00′05″N 108°03′13″W / 45.00139°N 108.05361°W, el. 4,770 feet (1,450 m) \n* Willow Creek (Big Horn County, Montana), 45°10′10″N 107°34′56″W / 45.16944°N 107.58222°W, el. 3,996 feet (1,218 m) \n* Willow Creek (Big Horn County, Montana), 45°25′28″N 108°34′37″W / 45.42444°N 108.57694°W, el. 4,121 feet (1,256 m) \n* Willow Creek (Big Horn County, Montana), 45°38′40″N 107°14′03″W / 45.64444°N 107.23417°W, el. 3,304 feet (1,007 m) \n* W Show on map
Nancy CreekNancy Creek is a stream in Montana, United States. Show on map
Cow CreekCow Creek is a tributary of the Missouri River, approximately 35 miles (56 km) long, in north central Montana in the United States. Cow Creek rises in the southern foothills of the Bear Paw Mountains in western Blaine County and flows east and then south, joining the Missouri approximately 25 miles (40 km) air miles northeast of Winifred, Montana—or 22 miles (35 km) miles upstream from the Fred Robinson Bridge. Cow Creek flows down to the Missouri in a canyon that passes through the Missouri Breaks, which are severely eroded badlands that extend out on either side from the Missouri River. The floor of Cow Creek canyon provided a pathway of travel from the Montana plains north of the river, down to the Missouri – at the mouth of Cow Creek, Cow Island made fording the Missouri easier – a ste Show on map
Mountains, roads, land forms, forests and other objects in Montana
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Glacier National ParkGlacier National Park is a national park located in the U.S. state of Montana, on the Canada–United States border with the Canadian provinces of Alberta and British Columbia. The park encompasses over 1 million acres (4,000 km2) and includes parts of two mountain ranges (sub-ranges of the Rocky Mountains), over 130 named lakes, more than 1,000 different species of plants, and hundreds of species of animals. This vast pristine ecosystem is the centerpiece of what has been referred to as the \"Crown of the Continent Ecosystem\", a region of protected land encompassing 16,000 square miles (41,000 km2). Show on map
Great Bear WildernessThe Great Bear Wilderness is located in northern Montana, United States, within Flathead National Forest Created by an act of Congress in 1978, the wilderness comprises 286,700 acres (1,160 km²) and borders the Bob Marshall Wilderness on the north. The Great Bear and Bob Marshall Wildernesses, along with the Scapegoat Wilderness which borders the Bob Marshall to the south, collectively form the Bob Marshall Wilderness Complex, which is over 1.5 million acres (6,070 km²) of almost untouched landscape. Glacier National Park is separated from the Great Bear Wilderness by U.S. Highway 2. Show on map
Sapphire MountainsThe Sapphire Mountains are a range of mountains located in southwestern Montana in the northwestern United States. From a point near the Clark Fork River and the city of Missoula, they run in a southerly direction for a distance of approximately 60 miles (100 km), making up much of the border between Ravalli County (to the west) and Granite County. To the west is the Bitterroot Valley, and to the east is Rock Creek. The southern end of the range meets the larger Anaconda Range at West Pintler Peak. Show on map
Alder GulchAlder Gulch (alternatively called Alder Creek) is a place in the Ruby River valley, in the U.S. state of Montana, where gold was discovered on May 26, 1863 by William Fairweather and a group of men including Barney Hughes, Thomas Cover, Henry Rodgers, Henry Edgar and Bill Sweeney who were returning to the gold fields of Grasshopper Creek, Bannack, Montana. They were on their way to Yellowstone Country from Bannack but were waylaid by a band of Crow Indians. After being ordered out of Crow hunting grounds, they crossed the East Slope of the Tobacco Root Mountains and camped for the night in Elk Park, where William \"Bill\" Fairweather and Henry Edgar discovered gold, while the remaining party was out hunting for meat. Agreeing to keep the new discovery quiet the group of miners returned to th Show on map
Red Rock Lakes National Wildlife RefugeRed Rock Lakes National Wildlife Refuge is a remote refuge located in the high altitude of the Centennial Valley, in the southwestern region of the U.S. state of Montana. Adjacent to Gallatin National Forest and near Yellowstone National Park, the refuge is an integral part of the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem. Red Rock Lakes is best known for being the primary location for the efforts saving the trumpeter swan from extinction, which by 1932 had fewer than 200 known specimens in the United States and Canada. By the year 2002, an estimated 3,000 trumpeters were wintering on the refuge, many having migrated south from their summer range in Canada. The trumpeters are now so plentiful that efforts are being undertaken to help them reestablish historical migratory routes to areas further south@en . Show on map
Lolo National ForestLolo National Forest is a national forest located in western Montana, United States with the western boundary being the state of Idaho. The forest spans 2 million acres (8,000 km2) and includes four wilderness areas; the Scapegoat and the Selway-Bitterroot Wilderness are partially within the forest while the Welcome Creek and Rattlesnake Wildernesses are solely in Lolo National Forest. The forest was created in 1906 from 4 different previous forests which were combined for administrative purposes. Lolo National Forest is west of the Continental divide and has a biodiversity influenced by both continental and maritime weather creating a transitional forest that has a high number of different plant and tree species. Show on map
Missouri River Headwaters State ParkIt is located near Three Forks, Montana at an elevation of 4,045 feet (1,233 m). The Missouri starts at the confluence of the Jefferson River and Madison River. It is joined about 0.6 mile down stream (northeast) by the Gallatin River. Lewis and Clark visited the site on July 28, 1805. Meriwether Lewis in his journal entry wrote: Both Capt. C. and myself corresponded in opinon with rispect(sic) to the impropriety of calling either of these [three] streams the Missouri and accordingly agreed to name them after the President of the United States and the Secretaries of the Treasury and State. Show on map
Maverick Mountain Ski AreaMaverick Mountain Ski Area is an alpine ski area located in the Beaverhead National Forest in southwestern Montana used mainly by the residents of Dillon, Montana . The mountain's lone classic double chair ascends skiers and snowboarders 1450' to the precipice of joy. Twenty four named downhill runs spill to the south, north, and east-facing sections of the mountain. Locals enjoy a host of other unnamed trails and features such as \"Battlecats\", \"Swampy Meadow\", and \"Old Henry\". Beginners and intermediates can choose to exit at a midway station. When weather systems allow a glimpse through the otherwise falling snow, the mountain offers exceptional high-def views of the west facing aspect of the eastern Pioneer mountain range. Show on map
Little Belt MountainsThe Little Belt Mountains are a section of the Rocky Mountains in the U.S. state of Montana. Situated mainly in the Lewis and Clark National Forest, the mountains are used for logging and recreation for the residents of Great Falls, Montana. Showdown is a ski area located within the mountains located off US Highway 89 which splits the mountains in half connecting White Sulphur Springs and Belt, MT. The highest point in the Little Belt Range is Big Baldy Mountain at 9,175 feet (2,797 m). The Showdown Ski Area holds the state's record for snowfall, 33 feet of snow in one winter. Show on map
Big Belt MountainsThe Big Belt Mountains are a section of the Rocky Mountains in the U.S. state of Montana. Situated mainly in the Helena National Forest, the mountains are used for logging and recreation for the surrounding residents. Nearby is Helena, Montana, Canyon Ferry Lake, the Missouri River, Townsend, Montana, and White Sulphur Springs, Montana. The highest point in the Big Belt Range is Mount Edith at 9,504 feet (2,897 m) while the center of the range is 7,385 feet (2,251 m) Show on map
Homestake PassHomestake Pass is a mountain pass in the Rocky Mountains of Montana in the United States. It sits on the Continental Divide on the border between Jefferson County and Silver Bow County, six miles south-southeast of Butte in Beaverhead-Deerlodge National Forest at an elevation of 6,329 feet (1,929 m). When Interstate 90 was built, the state of Montana used Homestake Pass to cross the Continental Divide, thereby providing an easier alternative to the US Route 10 route over the Divide at Pipestone Pass. Show on map
Anaconda Pintler WildernessThe Anaconda-Pintler Wilderness is located in southwestern Montana, in the northwestern United States. It runs for 40 miles (65 km) along both sides of the crest of the Anaconda Range, covering almost 250 square miles (640 km2). To the north are the Sapphire Mountains, and to the south is the Big Hole Valley. Elevations range from about 5000 feet (1525 m) up to 10,793 feet (3290 m) at West Goat Peak. West Pintler Peak, located in a more commonly visited area, rises to 9894 feet (2895 m). Visitors can most easily access this area via trailheads at Pintler Lake to the south, and at Lutz Creek and Moose Lake to the north. The wilderness lies in parts of Deer Lodge, Granite, Ravalli, and Beaverhead counties. Show on map
Benton Lake National Wildlife RefugeBenton Lake National Wildlife Refuge is a 12,459-acre (5,042 ha) National Wildlife Refuge (NWR) in the central part of the U.S. state of Montana. It lies in northern Cascade County, 12 mi (19 km) north of the city of Great Falls, Montana. Benton Lake NWR includes shortgrass prairie and seasonal wetlands, and is nearly surrounded by the Highwood Mountains to the east, Big Belt Mountains to the south, and the Rocky Mountains to the west. Benton Lake NWR is on the western edge of the northern Great Plains and much of the shallow lake is a 6,000-acre (2,400 ha) wetland. Show on map
Rocky PointThe historic town of Rocky Point was on the south side of the Missouri River in Fergus County, Montana, in the Missouri Breaks. Rocky Point was located at a natural ford on the Missouri River. In prehistoric times, American bisons trailed down through the breaks to Rocky Point to cross the river. During the Missouri River steamboat era (1860s to 1880s), the buffalo trail system leading to and from the ford caused Rocky Point to become a steamboat landing, which received freight for mining camps in the Judith Mountains (to the south) and in the Little Rocky Mountains (to the north) and also for Fort Maginnis built in 1880. In the 1870s and 1880s, Rocky Point had a store, hotel, two saloons, a feed stable, a blacksmith shop and a ferry. Due to its remote location in the Missouri Breaks, in t Show on map
UL Bend WildernessThe UL Bend Wilderness comprises 20,819 acres (84 km2) and is located in the U.S. state of Montana within the UL Bend National Wildlife Refuge, which in turn is also completely surrounded by the Charles M. Russell National Wildlife Refuge. Bordering on the Fort Peck Reservoir, a portion of the Missouri River that has been damed. There are no maintained trails and the only access is either on foot or horseback. The Upper Missouri Breaks National Monument is located immediately west of the wilderness. The Lewis and Clark Expedition passed through this region and wrote extensively on the abundance of wildlife and the ruggedness of the countryside. Show on map
Anaconda Smelter Stack State ParkThe Anaconda Smelter Stack is a radial brick smoke stack, once part of the Anaconda Company at Anaconda, Montana in the United States. The stack rests on a concrete foundation and measures 585 feet 1.5 inches (178.346 m) high. The inside diameter of the stack is 75 ft (23 m) at the bottom and 60 ft (18 m) at the top. The wall thickness ranges from six feet at the bottom to two feet at the top. Show on map
Big DriftThe Big Drift is in Glacier National Park, in the U.S. state of Montana and is an area along the Going-to-the-Sun Road where a large amount of winter snow can accumulate to depths of 80 feet (24 m). Located immediately east of Logan Pass, the westerly winds push snow over the crest of the Continental Divide onto the eastern flank of a long arête which extends south from Pollock Mountain. West of the divide, this arête is known as the Garden Wall. Show on map
Red Rock Lakes WildernessThe Red Rock Lakes Wilderness is within the Red Rock Lakes National Wildlife Refuge in southwest Montana, United States. The wilderness occupies more than three fourths of the refuge and was set aside to enhance species preservation, especially for such waterfowl as the trumpeter swan. By the mid-1930s, there were an estimated 69 trumpeter swans remaining in the lower 48 states and more than half of them were found in the region that is now the wilderness. The creation of the Wildlife Refuge marks one of the earliest attempts to ensure protection for a fast disappearing species and the wilderness designation enhances this habitat's protection status. Show on map
Garnet RangeThe Garnet Range, highest point Old Baldy Mountain, elevation 7,511 feet (2,289 m), is a mountain range northeast of Drummond, Montana in Powell County, Montana. A popular historic site, Garnet Ghost Town, is in the Garnet Range. Situated on Bureau of Land Management (BLM) land, the ghost town is the remnant of a mining settlement that was inhabited from the late 1800s to the 1930s. The town's population reached several thousand during its peak. A visitor center and self-guided tours are available. Grizzly bears have recently been confirmed inhabiting the Garnets. Show on map
Mount ClevelandMount Cleveland is the highest mountain in Glacier National Park, located in Montana, United States. It is also the highest point in the Lewis Range, which spans part of the northern portion of the Park and extends into Canada. It is located approximately 3 mi (4.8 km) southeast of the southern end of Waterton Lake, and approximately 5 mi (8.0 km) south of the US/Canada border. Show on map
Ruby RangeThe Ruby Range is a mountain range in Madison and Beaverhead counties Montana. The range lies east of Dillon and southwest of Sheridan. The highest point, Ruby Peak with an elevation of 9,391 feet (2,862 m), lies in the northeast portion of the range. Gordon Peak with an elevation of 8,478 ft (2,584 m) lies in the southwest part of the range to the southeast of Dillon. The range is oriented NE–SW with a length of about 42.7 kilometres (26.5 mi). The Beaverhead River lies to the northwest of the range. Ruby River runs along the southeast and east flanks of the range with Ruby Reservoir on the southeast flank. Blacktail Deer Creek drains the southwest portion of the range and the Blacktail Mountains lie to the southwest. The Tobacco Root Mountains and the Greenhorn Range lie to the northeast Show on map
Pipestone PassPipestone Pass is a mountain pass in the Rocky Mountains of Montana in the United States. It sits on the Continental Divide in Silver Bow County, Montana, 10 miles south of Butte, Montana in Beaverhead-Deerlodge National Forest at an elevation of 6,453 ft (1,967 m). Pipestone Pass was also used (without a tunnel) as the Continental Divide crossing for U.S. Highway 10, dating from 1926. This road is now designated as Montana Highway 2 and known locally as \"The Harding Way\", the name being coined in honor of President Warren G. Harding on the occasion of his visit to Butte. Show on map
Gravelly RangeThe Gravelly Range, highest peak Black Butte, el. 10,542 feet (3,213 m), is a mountain range southwest of Cameron, Montana in Madison County, Montana. About 310,000 acres total are roadless, separated by roads into nine units, the largest of which is 66,000 acres in size. Nearly all the range is part of the Beaverhead-Deerlodge National Forest. In the northern part of the range is the Bureau of Land Management's Axolotl Lakes Wilderness Study Area, 7,804 acres in size, which is part of a larger roadless area of 47,000 acres. The Axolotl Lakes WSA is home to a unique form of indigenous tiger salamander. This part of the Gravellies is characterized by open foothills rising to mixed coniferous forest interspersed with meadows. Some of the highest-elevation pronghorn habitat in Montana is foun Show on map
Lewis and Clark PassLewis and Clark Pass (Salish: Smítu Sx̣͏ʷcuʔsí (\"Indian Fort Pass\") ), el. 6,424 feet (1,958 m) is a mountain pass on the continental divide in Montana. It lies at the head of the drainages of the west flowing Blackfoot River and the east flowing Dearborn River. The pass is in the Helena National Forest in Lewis and Clark County. The Continental Divide Trail traverses north and south through the pass. At the time of the Lewis and Clark Expedition the pass was a much used prehistoric pathway where the native tribes and bands living in eastern and western Montana crossed over the continental divide. The pass was crossed by Meriwether Lewis on July 7, 1806, on the return leg of the Lewis and Clark Expedition with a party of nine men and his dog Seaman. The pass was named for the expedition's@en . Show on map
Salish MountainsThe Salish Mountains are located in the northwest corner of the U.S. State of Montana. Much of the range is bordered on the east by Flathead Lake. With peaks ranging from just under 7,000 feet tall to named hills that are a little short of 3,600 feet in elevation the Salish Mountain range is a lesser known mountain range in northwestern Montana. Many of the peaks in the range are rounded tree-covered summits but occasionally the mountain summits are found on open grassy slopes that afford great views into the surrounding valleys and neighboring mountain ranges. The Salish Mountains cover a triangle-shaped land mass of about 4,125 square miles of lush forests and peaks. Show on map
UL Bend National Wildlife RefugeUL Bend Wilderness is a 20,819-acre (8,425 ha) wilderness area within the refuge that was established in 1976 to provide a higher level of protection to the more remote sections. The refuge is managed by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, an agency of the U.S. Department of the Interior. The refuge is an integral part of the Charles M. Russell National Wildlife Refuge Complex. Show on map
Smith Mine Disaster Historical MarkerThe Smith Mine disaster was the worst coal mining disaster in the State of Montana, and the 43rd worst in the United States, according to the National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH). All of the bodies were removed from the mine. There is a highway plaque near the mouth of the mine, which was never reopened, and there are memorials in the cemeteries in Bearcreek and nearby Red Lodge, the county seat for Carbon County. Show on map
Logan PassLogan Pass (elevation 6,646 ft (2,026 m)) is located along the Continental Divide in Glacier National Park, in the U.S. state of Montana. It is the highest point on the Going-to-the-Sun Road. The Logan Pass Visitor Center is open during the summer season just east of the pass. The pass is a popular starting point for hiking and backpacking trips. The most popular trail is the Highline Trail which heads north along the west side of the continental divide, through an area known as the Garden Wall, due to the proliferation of wildflowers which grow there during the summer. Show on map
Atlantic Cable Quartz Lode Historical MarkerThe Atlantic Cable Quartz Lode is a gold mine in Deer Lodge County, Montana. The mine is located in the southwestern area of Montana, between Drummond and Anaconda along the Pintler Scenic Route on Montana Highway 1, east of Georgetown Lake. In 1902, two brothers cleaned up the mine and obtained $18,000 from the first cleanup. By 1906, three shifts a day were running in the mill. By 1940, the mine was inactive and has remained that way. Show on map
Pablo National Wildlife RefugePablo National Wildlife Refuge is a National Wildlife Refuge of the United States located in northwestern Montana. It is a unit of the National Bison Range Complex of refuges. It is within the Flathead Indian Reservation (known as the Tribal Trust Lands of the Confederated Salish and Kootenai Tribes), about 2 mi (3.2 km) south of Polson. Show on map
Rogers PassRogers Pass rises 5,610 feet (1,710 m) above sea level and is located on the Continental Divide in the U.S. state of Montana. The pass is adjacent to Helena National Forest and is traversed by Montana Highway 200. Wide shoulders provide parking for those wishing to hike the Continental Divide Trail. Bicyclists should note that the wide shoulders are limited to the very top and will not be found elsewhere on 200. The pass is the best route between the cities of Great Falls and Missoula, Montana—more than 800 feet (244 m) lower than Lewis and Clark Pass, 5.3 miles (8.5 km) to the northwest, which was used by Meriwether Lewis of the eponymous expedition on July 7, 1806. Rogers Pass is known for being the location of the coldest recorded temperature in the United States outside of Alaska. On J Show on map
Kintla PeakKintla Peak (10,106 ft (3,080 m)) is located in the Livingston Range, Glacier National Park in the U.S. state of Montana. Kintla Peak is the tallest mountain in the Livingston Range and the third tallest in Glacier National Park. The mountain is in the remote northwest corner of the park and requires a hike of almost 15 miles (24 km) from the nearest road just to reach the base of the mountain. The Agassiz Glacier lies below the mountain to the southeast. Show on map
Lee Metcalf WildernessThe Lee Metcalf Wilderness is located in the U.S. state of Montana. Created by an act of Congress in 1983, the wilderness is in four separated parcels: Bear Trap Canyon unit, Spanish Peaks unit, Taylor-Hilgard unit, and Monument Mountains unit. The Bear Trap Canyon unit is managed by the U.S. Bureau of Land Management (an agency within the U.S. Department of the Interior), and comprises a region of canyonlands adjacent to the Madison River. Bear Trap Canyon is the very first designated wilderness area to be managed by the Bureau of Land Management anywhere in the U.S. The other three sections of the wilderness are jointly managed by Beaverhead-Deerlodge and Gallatin National Forests both of which are a part of the U.S. Department of Agriculture. The portion of the wilderness within Gallati Show on map
Ninepipe National Wildlife RefugeNinepipe National Wildlife Refuge is a 4,027-acre (1,630 ha) National Wildlife Refuge and unit of the National Bison Range Complex, located in Lake County, Montana. It was established in 1921, and is within the Flathead Indian Reservation (known as the Tribal Trust Lands of the Confederated Salish and Kootenai Tribes) 5 mi (8.0 km) south of Ronan, Montana, United States. Show on map
Chief Joseph PassChief Joseph Pass el. 7,251 feet (2,210 m) is a mountain pass on the continental divide of the Rocky Mountains in the northwestern United States. It separates Lemhi County, Idaho and Beaverhead County, Montana. The pass is in the Bitterroot Mountains and is traversed by Montana State Highway 43. The pass is named after Chief Joseph of the Wallowa band of the Nez Perce tribe who traversed the pass in 1877 during the Nez Perce War. The Lost Trail Powder Mountain ski area is about 1-mile (1.6 km) west, at Lost Trail Pass on US-93. Show on map
John Long MountainsThe John Long Mountains, el. 7,923 feet (2,415 m), is a small mountain range northwest of Philipsburg, Montana in Granite County, Montana. The Beaverhead-Deerlodge National Forest and Lolo National Forest manage these mountains. A sizable roadless area of about 65,000 acres existed, as of 1990, in the John Long Mountains, centered on Silver King Mountain in the southern part of the range. It's unknown whether and to what extent this area's size has been reduced by logging. Lightly used trails traverse whitebark pine forests on the higher ridges, and forests of lodgepole pine, Douglas-fir, and heavy downfall on the eastern slopes. The western slopes have groves of douglas-fir amidst extensive grassy parks. Silver King Mountain is 7,581'. Show on map
Big Snowy MountainsThe Big Snowy Mountains, el. 8,681 feet (2,646 m), are a mountain range south of Lewistown, Montana in Fergus County, Montana. One of the few points of significant elevation in the area, this is considered one of Montana's island ranges. The smaller Little Snowy Mountains are a contiguous range immediately to the east. The dominant tree species include ponderosa pine, douglas-fir, and subalpine fir on the heavily forested north slope, while the south slope is drier. Wildlife includes rattlesnakes and pronghorn on the grass-covered lower elevations and deer and black bear higher up. Show on map
Mount Saint NicholasMount Saint Nicholas is a peak in the remote southwestern section of Glacier National Park, in Montana, United States. It is a particularly steep, pointed rock pinnacle, and its distinctive profile is visible from many summits in the southern half of the park. Because even its easiest ascent route is technical, with poor rock quality, it is \"considered the most dangerous and difficult mountain for climbers in Glacier National Park.\" Show on map
First Peoples Buffalo Jump State ParkFirst Peoples Buffalo Jump State Park is a Montana state park in Cascade County, Montana in the United States. The park is 1,481 acres (599 ha) and sits at an elevation of 3,773 feet (1,150 m).It is located about 3.5 miles (5.6 km) northwest of the small town of Ulm, which is near the city of Great Falls. First Peoples Buffalo Jump State Park contains the Ulm Pishkun (also known as the Ulm Buffalo Jump), a historic buffalo jump utilized by the Native American tribes of North America.It has been described as, geographically speaking, either North America's largest buffalo jump or the world's largest. There is some evidence that it was the most utilized buffalo jump in the world. The site was added to the National Register of Historic Places on December 17, 1974, and designated a National Hi Show on map
Tendoy MountainsThe Tendoy Mountains are a small mountain range northwest of Lima in Beaverhead County in the U.S. state of Montana. The mountains are a subrange of the Beaverhead Mountains, part of the Bitterroot Range. The highest point in the range is Dixon Mountain at 9,674 feet (2,949 m). The Bureau of Land Management (BLM) andUS Forest Service manage the range, and most of these remote mountains are roadless, with the largest contiguous area about 68,000 acres in size. Show on map
Bozeman PassBozeman Pass el. 5,702 feet (1,738 m) is a mountain pass situated approximately 13 miles (21 km) east of Bozeman, Montana and approximately 15 miles (24 km) west of Livingston, Montana on Interstate 90. It separates the Bridger and Gallatin mountain ranges. Show on map
Elk Park PassElk Park Pass, elevation 6,352 ft (1,936 m), is a mountain pass on the Continental Divide in southwestern Montana, about 4 miles (6.4 km) northeast of Butte. It is traversed by Interstate 15 and is one of three crossings of the Divide by the Interstate (all in Montana), the others being Monida Pass (on the border with Idaho) and Deer Lodge Pass southwest of Butte. Elk Park Pass lies on the border between Silver Bow and Jefferson counties and is remarkable for its highly asymmetrical nature. The approach from the north is through namesake Elk Park, a high, mostly treeless plain (like South Park in Colorado or the Sierra Valley in California), and the grade is almost imperceptible: The elevation at the northeast end of the park, about 10 miles (16 km) from the pass, is about 6,200 ft (1,900@en . Show on map
National Bison RangeThe National Bison Range (NBR) is a National Wildlife Refuge located in western Montana established in 1908 to provide a sanctuary for the American bison. The NBR is one of the oldest National Wildlife Refuges in the United States. The size of the bison herd at the NBR is relatively small, numbering between 350 and 500 individuals. The initial herd of American bison was provided by organizations such as the American Bison Society, and today the refuge serves as the central point for bison research in the United States. Show on map
Flint Creek RangeThe Flint Creek Range, el. 10,168 feet (3,099 m), is a mountain range northeast of Philipsburg, Montana in Granite County, Montana. The highest point in the range is Mount Powell, at 10,168 ft. in elevation. The Discovery Ski Area is located in the southwestern part of the Flints, near Georgetown Lake. Show on map
Granite PeakGranite Peak, at an elevation of 12,807 feet (3,904 m) above sea level, is the highest natural point in the U.S. state of Montana, and is the tenth highest state high point in the nation. It lies within the Absaroka-Beartooth Wilderness, in Park County very near the borders of Stillwater County and Carbon County. Granite Peak is 10 miles (16 km) north of the Wyoming border, 45 miles (72 km) southwest of Columbus, Montana. Show on map
Henrys Lake MountainsThe Henrys Lake Mountains, highest point Sheep Point, el. 10,609 feet (3,234 m), (See also ) are a small mountain range northwest of West Yellowstone, Montana in Madison County, Montana. These mountains are also referred to as the Lionhead Mountains, and straddle the Continental Divide along the Idaho-Montana border. On the northwest corner of these mountains is Quake Lake, created when the 1959 Hebgen Lake earthquake caused a massive landslide and dammed the Madison River. Nine subalpine lakes sit in high cirques in the higher reaches, with several peaks topping 10,000'. Coffin Lake is the largest and most popular, on the Montana side. About 32,000 acres are roadless in the Montana portion, with an unknown amount in Idaho. Dense forests, pristine streams, rolling tundra, and grassy parks@en . Show on map
Mullan PassMullan Pass is a mountain pass in the Rocky Mountains of Montana in the United States. It sits on the Continental Divide on the border between Powell County and Lewis and Clark County, 13.25 miles (21.32 km) west of Helena in the Helena National Forest at an elevation of 5,902 feet (1,799 m). The pass was named after Lieutenant John Mullan, the army engineer who first crossed the pass on March 22, 1854, and later supervised construction of the Mullan Road, the first road over the pass, in 1860. Show on map
Snowcrest RangeThe Snowcrest Range, el. 10,581 feet (3,225 m), is a small mountain range southeast of Dillon, Montana in Madison County, Montana. The Snowcrest and adjacent Gravelly Range is one of Montana's most popular hunting grounds. The two mountain ranges are home to nearly 10,000 elk and a growing population of grizzly bears. The Snowcrest Range is extremely wild, with about 166,000 acres of roadless country, including 97,000 acres of roadless National Forest, as well as adjacent private and state lands. Show on map
Little Snowy MountainsThe Little Snowy Mountains are a small mountain range in central Montana about 25 miles (40 km) southeast of Lewistown. The range lies mostly in Fergus County, but the southern part of the range extends into Golden Valley and Musselshell counties. The range is a lower continuation of the Big Snowy Mountains which lie immediately to the west. The small Pike Creek Hills are 12 miles (19 km) to the east. Show on map
Anaconda RangeThe Anaconda Range, informally known as the \"Pintlers\", is a group of high mountains located in southwestern Montana, in the northwestern United States. The mountain range takes its name from the nearby town of Anaconda, founded by Marcus Daly in 1883. It runs northeast approximately 50 miles (80 km) from Lost Trail Pass to a point near the community of Anaconda, covering parts of Ravalli, Deer Lodge, Granite and Beaverhead Counties. To the northwest are the Sapphire Mountains, to the south is the Big Hole Valley. Due north, the range blends into the Flint Creek Range, and to the southeast lies the Big Hole River and Pioneer Mountains. The crest of the range is part of the Continental Divide, rising to 10,793 feet (3290 m) at West Goat Peak. Other major summits include Mt. Evans (10,641 ft Show on map
Big Hole PassBig Hole Pass (el. 7,055 feet (2,150 m)) is a high mountain pass on the Montana Idaho border approximately 8 miles due south of Montana State Highway 43 in the Beaverhead-Deerlodge National Forest, Beaverhead County, Montana and Salmon National Forest, Lemhi County, Idaho. This location should not be confused with a sign on Montana Highway 278 at the height of land west of Dillon, Montana that denotes the eastern entrance to the Big Hole valley.The Continental Divide Trail goes over this pass which is about 11 miles south southeast of the more famous Chief Joseph Pass. The Pass can be approached on a Forest Service road, Dahlonega Creek Road (079), from the west, or Forest Service Road #943 from Highway 43 from the east.On their return trip the Lewis & Clark Expeditionseparated at Traveler Show on map
Kinnerly PeakKinnerly Peak (9,949 ft (3,032 m)) is located in the Livingston Range, Glacier National Park in the U.S. state of Montana. It is approximately 1 mile (1.6 km) north of Kintla Peak, the highest peak in the Livingston Range, and 3 miles (4.8 km) south of the Canada–United States border. Both peaks are in the remote northwest corner of the park. Kinnerly Peak is the eighth tallest peak in Glacier National Park. Show on map
Deer Lodge PassDeer Lodge Pass, elevation 5,879 ft (1,792 m), is a mountain pass on the Continental Divide in southwestern Montana, about 11 miles southwest of Butte. It is traversed by Interstate 15 and is one of three crossings of the Divide by I-15 (all in Montana), the others being Monida Pass (on the border with Idaho) and Elk Park Pass north of Butte. Unlike most other passes in western Montana, Deer Lodge Pass is in the midst of treeless, rolling hills (reminiscent of Interstate 80 in Wyoming), and the grades on the highway are relatively gentle. Show on map
Sweet Grass HillsThe Sweet Grass Hills (Blackfoot: kátoyissiksi, Cheyenne: vé'ho'ôhtsévóse, Salish: ččaɫalqn , \"three peaks\" ) are a small group of low mountains rising more than 3,000 feet above the surrounding plains southwest of Whitlash, Montana in Liberty and Toole County, Montana. The tallest point in the hills is West Butte at 6,983 feet (2,128 m). Quite prominent in the local area, they are clearly visible from US Highway 2 to the south and can sometimes be seen as far north as the Crowsnest Highway (Highway 3) near Medicine Hat in Alberta. Other named peaks in the small group are Gold Butte (6,512 feet), East Butte (with two peaks, the taller of which at 6,958 ft), and Mount Lebanon (5807 ft). The Sweet Grass Hills are an example of the island ranges that dot the central third portion of the state Show on map
Ptarmigan TunnelThe Ptarmigan Tunnel was built in 1930 through the Ptarmigan Wall at an elevation of 7,200 feet (2,200 m) in Glacier National Park, near Many Glacier. The 250-foot (76 m) tunnel allows hikers to avoid a strenuous climb over very steep terrain between Many Glacier and the Belly River valley. Two opposing steel jackhammers drilling from either side of the tunnel and a series of ten-hole rounds of dynamite gradually broke through the mountain in less than three months. A wide area, originally for guide and tourist horses, extends from each portal with a masonry retaining wall. Natural rock lines the interior walls. Heavy iron doors were hung across the tunnel adits during the summer of 1975. They remain open from mid-July until October 1, weather permitting. The 250 feet (76 m) long tunnel is Show on map
Mission Mountains WildernessThe Mission Mountains Wilderness is located in the U.S. state of Montana. Created by an act of Congress in 1975, the wilderness is within the Swan Lake Ranger District of the Flathead National Forest. U.S. Wilderness Areas do not allow motorized or mechanized vehicles, including bicycles. Although camping and fishing are allowed with proper permit, no roads or buildings are constructed and there is also no logging or mining, in compliance with the 1964 Wilderness Act. Wilderness areas within National Forests and Bureau of Land Management areas also allow hunting in season. Show on map
Highwood MountainsThe Highwood Mountains are an island range (sub-range of the Rockies entirely surrounded by prairie) which cover approximately 4,659 km² (1,799 sq mi) in north central Montana in the U.S., east of Great Falls and Benton Lake National Wildlife Refuge, at the northern end of the Lewis and Clark National Forest. The mountains were included in Highwood Mountains National Forest until 1908, when the unit became part of Lewis and Clark National Forest. Show on map
Bitterroot National ForestBitterroot National Forest comprises 1.587 million acres (6,423 km²) in west-central Montana and eastern Idaho, of the United States. It is located primarily in Ravalli County, Montana (70.26% of the forest), but also has acreage in Idaho County, Idaho (29.24%), and Missoula County, Montana (0.49%). Show on map
Mount SiyehMount Siyeh, with a height of 10,014 feet (3,052 m), is the fifth tallest and one of six peaks over 10,000 feet (3,048 m) in Glacier National Park, Montana, United States. Mount Siyeh was named after a Blackfoot Indian, Sai-yeh, whose name means \"Crazy Dog\" or \"Mad Wolf.\" Mount Siyeh stands about two miles east of the Continental Divide, within the watershed of the Saint Mary River, which drains into the Saskatchewan River, and ultimately into Hudson Bay. Show on map
Kings Hill PassKings Hill Pass is part of the Kings Hill Scenic Byway which passes through the Little Belt Mountains in the Lewis and Clark National Forest in Montana, United States. The route is home to a wide variety of wildlife and provides many recreational opportunities for travelers on the route. The Byway is a 71-mile route that begins on US Highway 89 at its junction with US Highway 12. From the junction the Byway travels north through the Lewis and Clark National Forest through the communities of Neihart and Monarch Montana and on to its junction with US Highway 87. The route offers access to the Showdown Ski Area and Sluice Boxes State Park. The route travels over the Kings Hill Pass near Monarch Montana which snow removal crews work to keep open throughout the winter season. Kings Hill Pass is Show on map
Mount GouldMount Gould is a peak on the Continental Divide in Glacier National Park, Montana, United States. It is the highest point of the Garden Wall, a distinctive ridge of the Lewis Range. It is most notable for its huge, steep east face, which drops 4,000 ft (1,220 m) in only one-half mile (0.8 km). This face provides a backdrop to Grinnell Lake, and is often photographed. Climbing the sheer East Face of Mount Gould is theoretically possible; however the brittle, loose nature of the rock in Glacier National Park makes the ascent highly technical, unpleasant, and dangerous. Show on map
Big Hole National BattlefieldBig Hole National Battlefield preserves a Nez Perce War battlefield located in Montana, United States. The Nez Percé fought a delaying action against the 7th Infantry Regiment (United States) here on August 9 and 10, 1877, during their failed attempt to escape to Canada. This action, the Battle of the Big Hole, was the largest battle fought between the Nez Percé and U.S. Government forces in the five-month conflict known as the Nez Perce War. In 1992 the park was made a part of Nez Perce National Historical Park, which consists of 38 separate locations in five different states, following the flight of the Nez Percé tribe from the U.S. Cavalry. Show on map
Marias PassMarias Pass (el. 5213 ft/1589 m) is a high mountain pass near Glacier National Park in northwestern Montana in the United States. The pass traverses the Continental Divide in the Lewis Range, along the boundary between the Lewis and Clark National Forest and the Flathead National Forest. The pass forms the southern limit of the Continental Ranges, a major grouping of the Rocky Mountains which extends as far north as McGregor Pass in the Northern Rockies of the Canadian province of British Columbia. The Great Bear Wilderness in Lewis and Clark National Forest is south of the pass and Glacier National Park is to the north. During the winter, the pass is the only way to cross the Continental Divide by road in the United States north of Montana's Rogers Pass (to be distinguished from British C Show on map
Beartooth MountainsThe Beartooth Mountains are located in south central Montana and northwest Wyoming, U.S. and are part of the 900,000 acre (3,600 km2) Absaroka-Beartooth Wilderness, within Custer, Gallatin and Shoshone National Forests. The Beartooths are the location of Granite Peak, which at 12,807 feet (3,904 m) is the highest point in the state of Montana. The mountains are just northeast of Yellowstone National Park and are part of the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem. The mountains are traversed by road via the Beartooth Highway (U.S. 212) with the highest elevation at Beartooth Pass (10,947 ft, 3,345 m). The name of the mountain range is attributed to a rugged peak found in the range, Beartooth Peak, that has the appearance of a bear's tooth. Show on map
Wild Horse IslandWild Horse Island is the largest island on Flathead Lake, the largest freshwater lake in Montana. For centuries, the Salish-Kootenai used the island, approximately 2,164 acres (876 ha) in size, in order to pasture horses and keep them from being stolen by other tribes. Show on map
Blue MountainBlue Mountain is the western landmark of the city of Missoula and is a popular recreational destination for folfing (disc golf) hiking, off-road motorcycling, horse riding, shooting and hunting. The University of Montana Department of Physics and Astronomy maintains an observatory at the peak. Notable features on Blue Mountain are a system of nature trails and old logging roads that cut across large portions of the mountain, an abandoned apple orchard, and the remains of some old, small, gravel pits on the back side that are part of the Blue Mountain Recreation Area Show on map
Swan River National Wildlife RefugeSwan River National Wildlife Refuge is a 1,778-acre (720 ha) National Wildlife Refuge in Lake County of northwestern Montana. It is a unit of the National Bison Range Complex. Show on map
Pryor MountainsThe Pryor Mountains are a mountain range in Carbon and Big Horn counties of Montana. They are located on the Crow Indian Reservation and the Custer National Forest, and portions of them are on private land. They lie south of Billings, Montana, and north of Lovell, Wyoming. According to Crow Nation folklore, Little People (a race of 18-inch (46 cm) high dwarf-like people with spiritual powers) lived in these mountains. Show on map
Castle MountainsThe Castle Mountains, highest point Elk Peak, el. 8,589 feet (2,618 m), are an island range east of White Sulphur Springs in Meagher County, Montana, US. About 30,000 acres of the Castles were roadless as of 1995. The western portion of the Castles are moist, while the eastside is dry, porous limestone hills. The range gets its name from \"castle turrets\", 50-foot high igneous rock spires on the western slopes. The range was the focus of mining activity in the previous century; crumbling remains of old miners' cabins and diggings are present throughout the area. The landscape is characterized by a central cluster of peaks over 8,000 feet and extensive grassy parks surrounded by lodgepole pine and limber pine. The Castles are lightly used by recreationists except for hunters in the fall. On@en . Show on map
Mount StimsonMount Stimson (10,142 feet (3,091 m)) is the second highest peak in Glacier National Park, located in Montana, United States. It is part of the Lewis Range, which spans much of the park. It is located in the remote southwestern portion of the park, approximately 5 miles (8.0 km) west of the Continental Divide and 12 miles (19 km) southeast of Lake McDonald. It is drained by Pinchot Creek (on the south) and Nyack Creek (on the other sides), both of which flow into the Middle Fork of the Flathead River.The mountain is named for Henry L. Stimson (1867–1950), former U.S. Secretary of State and twice Secretary of War, who hiked and assisted George Bird Grinnell survey the area in and around Glacier National Park in the 1890s, and supported efforts to establish the national park. Show on map
Willow Creek PassWillow Creek Pass is a mountain pass on the border between Lincoln and Sanders Counties in the U.S. state of Montana. Located at 47°53′27″N 115°17′1″W / 47.89083°N 115.28361°W (47.8907736, -115.2834951), its elevation is 3,707 feet (1,130 m). The pass is near the head of Willow Creek. The pass is approximately 18.8 miles (30¾ km) from Thompson Falls and near the community of Sanders. Show on map
Medicine Rocks State ParkMedicine Rocks State Park is a park owned by the state of Montana in the United States. It is located about 25 miles (40 km) west-southwest of Baker, Montana, and 11 miles (18 km) north of Ekalaka, Montana. The park is named for the \"Medicine Rocks,\" a series of sandstone pillars similar to hoodoos some 60 to 80 feet (18 to 24 m) high with eerie undulations, holes, and tunnels in them. The rocks contain numerous examples of Native American rock art, and are considered a sacred holy place by Plains Indians. The park is 330 acres (130 ha) in size and 3,379 feet (1,030 m) in elevation. It is managed by the Montana Department of Fish, Wildlife and Parks. Theodore Roosevelt said Medicine Rocks was \"as fantastically beautiful a place as I have ever seen\". Show on map
Rising Wolf MountainRising Wolf Mountain (9,513 feet (2,900 m)) is located in the Lewis Range, Glacier National Park in the U.S. state of Montana. The peak is in the southeastern section of the park and rises dramatically above the Two Medicine region and more than 4,450 ft (1,360 m) above Two Medicine Lake immediately to the south. The Blackfeet consider the Two Medicine region of the park to be sacred ground and their name for the peak, \"Mahkuyi-opuahsin\", meaning, The way the wolf gets up, was later translated to the current name of the mountain. Show on map
Rattlesnake WildernessThe Rattlesnake Wilderness is located in the U.S. state of Montana. Created by an act of Congress in 1980, the wilderness is within Lolo National Forest and is located only 4 miles (6.5 km) north of Missoula, Montana. The wilderness area is a component of the Rattlesnake National Recreation Area. It protects much of the high country of the Rattlesnake Mountains. Show on map
Highland MountainsThe Highland Mountains, highest point Table Mountain, el. 10,223 feet (3,116 m), are a small mountain range southwest of Whitehall, Montana in Silver Bow and Madison County, Montana. The Continental Divide winds through the range. A 21,000-acre roadless area encompasses the core of the range, which includes Red Mountain, also over 10,000'. Nutritious alpine forage in the Highlands gives area bighorn sheep the fastest horn growth of any herd in Montana. The green-tinted waters of Emerald Lake provide a nice contrast to the red rock of Red Mountain. A smaller roadless area of about 10,000 acres in the Basin Creek drainage protects Butte's municipal watershed. Lodgepole pine and Douglas-fir are common tree species. Show on map
Medicine Lake WildernessThe Medicine Lake Wilderness is located in eastern Montana, in the United States. Preserved to ensure migratory birds have a haven during the spring and fall migrations, the wilderness is managed by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service and is within Medicine Lake National Wildlife Refuge. Show on map
Scratchgravel HillsThe Scratchgravel Hills, el. 5,233 feet (1,595 m) are a small summit of hills northwest of Helena in Lewis and Clark County, Montana. The area has seen increased development and a drop in water level in recent years. The Scratchgravel Hills have alluvial deposits on top of faulted granitic bedrock. There was extensive mining in the area in late 1800s through the 1930s. The northern part of the region has folding shale, sandstone and limestone from the Algonkian (Belt) age. Adjacent granite has altered them into quartz-mica schist and related rocks. The southern and central portions of the region contains quartz monzonite. Bitterroot and conifers are common in the area. Show on map
McDonald PeakMcDonald Peak (9,820 feet (2,993 m)) is located in the U.S. state of Montana and is the highest peak in the Mission Mountains. McDonald Peak is situated within the Flathead Indian Reservation. The peak has the second greatest topographic prominence (after Crazy Peak) of all summits within Montana and is almost 80 miles (130 km) away from the next highest mountain in the state. McDonald Glacier is on the north slope of the peak. Show on map
Skalkaho PassThe Skalkaho Pass (Salish: Sq̓x̣q̓x̣ó, \"many trails\" ), 7,258 feet (2,212 m) above sea level, is a pass in the Sapphire Mountains in southwest Montana traversed by Montana Highway 38. The road over the pass connects the towns of Hamilton in the Bitterroot Valley and Philipsburg in Flint Creek Valley and remains the only direct route between these two important agricultural areas. Originally an Indian route, Highway 38 was built in 1924 to link mountainous mining areas with the agricultural settlements in the valleys. The route is closed during winter due to heavy snowfall. Show on map
Medicine Lake National Wildlife RefugeMedicine Lake National Wildlife Refuge is a 31,533-acre (12,761 ha) National Wildlife Refuge located in the northeastern region of the U.S. state of Montana. The refuge is part of the Medicine Lake National Wildlife Refuge Complex which also includes the Northeast Montana Wetland Management District (WMD) and Lamesteer National Wildlife Refuge. Medicine Lake is from the Assiniboine description of the lake, \"Bda wauka\" (medicine water). The refuge was established in 1935 to protect habitat for various wildlife and especially migratory birds. The refuge is managed by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, an agency of the U.S. Department of the Interior. Show on map
Fan MountainFan Mountain, 'el. 10,253 feet (3,125 m) is a prominent peak in the Madison Range in Madison County, Montana in the Beaverhead National Forest. The peak is located along the western face of the Madison Range at the northern end of the range. It is due east of Ennis Lake and its prominence and isolation makes it easy to distinguish from Ennis in the Madison River valley. Show on map
Mount WilburMount Wilbur (9,326 feet (2,843 m)) is located in the Lewis Range, Glacier National Park in the U.S. state of Montana. Plainly visible from the region of Many Glacier, the peak rises over 4,500 feet (1,372 m) above Swiftcurrent Lake and is a steep pyramid on three sides. The west slopes of the peak join to ridges along the continental divide. Much of the climbing routes are rated at class 4 to 5, with some only used once. The sedimentary rock of the mountains makes for often poor anchoring points and enhances the difficulty. A cirque on the north slopes of the mountain shelter Iceberg Lake, a popular hiking destination from Many Glacier. Show on map
Tobacco Root MountainsThe Tobacco Root Mountains lie in the northern Rocky Mountains, between the Jefferson and Madison Rivers in southwest Montana. The highest peak is Hollowtop at 10,604 feet (3,232 m). The range contains 43 peaks rising to elevations greater than 10,000 feet (3048 m). Much of the central part of the range is within the Beaverhead-Deerlodge National Forest, although many, mostly small patented mining claims exist within the forest boundary. The range saw significant gold mining, especially during the 1880s to 1930s. Show on map
Bannock PassBannock Pass is a high mountain pass in the Beaverhead Mountains, part of the Bitterroot Range in the Rocky Mountains. The pass lies on the Montana-Idaho border on the Continental Divide, at an elevation of 7684 ft (2342 m) above sea level. The pass is crossed by a road (Idaho State Highway 29 and Montana Secondary Highway 324) from Leadore, Idaho to Dillon, Montana. Show on map
Charles M Russell National Wildlife RefugeThe Charles M. Russell National Wildlife Refuge (abbreviated as the CMR NWR) is a National Wildlife Refuge located in the U.S. state of Montana. The refuge surrounds Fort Peck Reservoir and is 915,814 acres (3,706.17 km2) in size. It is the second-largest National Wildlife Refuge in the lower 48 states of the United States, and the largest in Montana. Created in 1936, it was originally called the Fort Peck Game Range. It was renamed in 1963 after Montana artist Charles M. Russell, a famous painter of the American West. In 1976, the \"range\" was made a \"refuge\" (which legally changed the way the area was managed). Show on map
Mount MerrittMount Merritt (10,009 feet (3,051 m)) is located in the Lewis Range, Glacier National Park in the U.S. state of Montana. The peak is one of six in Glacier National Park that rise over 10,000 feet (3,048 m). Located in the northeastern part of the park, Mount Merritt rises dramatically a vertical mile above nearby rivers. The approach to this remote peak involves a one way hike of 13 miles (21 km) to the summit base. Near the summit, the Old Sun Glacier hangs along the east ridge. The summit is named for General Wesley Merritt in 1891 by members of Troop C, 1st Cavalry who were visiting the region while stationed at Fort Assiniboine. Show on map
Mount JeffersonMount Jefferson is a mountain in the U.S. state of Montana, and is one of the many 10,000+ ft peaks in the Tobacco Root Mountains. The mountain is located in Beaverhead-Deerlodge National Forest. (There is also another Mount Jefferson in Montana, further south, on the Idaho/Montana border.) Hollowtop Mountain is an adjacent, taller peak less than .75 miles (1.2 km) to the north. Over the years, the two summits have had numerous names and elevations recorded on various maps. According to U.S. Geological Survey topographic maps, Mount Jefferson is 10,513 ft (3,204 m), while Hollowtop Mountain to the north is 10,604 ft (3,232 m). Show on map
Cobb FieldCobb Field was a baseball park located in Billings, Montana from 1932 to 2007. It was originally named Athletic Park and opened as Cobb Field on May 4, 1948 after renovations. It was the home of the Billings Mustangs, the Pioneer League Rookie Affiliate of the Cincinnati Reds, from 1948-2007. Cobb Field was named after Bob Cobb, who was responsible for bringing the Mustangs to Billings. It also hosted home games for local American Legion baseball teams. In 2006, the stadium welcomed the re-formed NCAA baseball team from nearby Montana State University Billings. From March to May, home games were played at the field. Show on map
Little Bighorn Battlefield National MonumentLittle Bighorn Battlefield National Monument preserves the site of the June 25 and 26, 1876, Battle of the Little Bighorn, near Crow Agency, Montana, in the United States. It also serves as a memorial to those who fought in the battle: George Armstrong Custer's 7th Cavalry and a combined Lakota-Northern Cheyenne and Arapaho force. Custer National Cemetery, on the battlefield, is part of the national monument. The site of a related military action led by Marcus Reno and Frederick Benteen is also part of the national monument, but is about three miles (5 km) southeast of the Little Bighorn battlefield. Show on map
Parker Homestead State Park(This article is about state park in Montana. For the historic farmstead in New Jersey, see Parker Homestead.) Parker Homestead State Park is a former Montana state park located in southeastern Jefferson County, near Three Forks, Montana in the United States. It is eight miles (13 km) west of Three Forks on Montana Highway 2. The park is just 1-acre (4,000 m2) in size and serves to preserve a sod-roofed log cabin that was built in the early 1900s. The cabin is very similar to many of the first homes built by the settlers of frontier Montana. In a cost-saving measure, the Montana state park commission let its lease on the park expire on January 1, 2010 and the homestead reverted to private ownership. Show on map
Grant-Kohrs Ranch National Historic SiteThe Grant-Kohrs Ranch National Historic Site, created in 1972, commemorates the Western cattle industry from its 1850s inception through recent times. The original ranch was established in 1862 by a Canadian fur trader, Johnny Grant, at Cottonwood Creek, Montana (future site of Deer Lodge, Montana), along the banks of the Clark Fork river. The ranch was later expanded by a cattle baron, Conrad Kohrs (1866–1920). The 1,618 acres (6.55 km2) historic site (originally designated a National Historic Landmark in 1960) is maintained today as a working ranch by the National Park Service. Show on map
Spanish PeaksThe Spanish Peaks, avg el. 8,441 feet (2,573 m), is a mountain range between Bozeman, Montana and Ennis, Montana in Gallatin and Madison County, Montana. It is a sub-range of the much larger Madison Range, itself a sub-range of the Rocky Mountains. The hydrological divide of the range serves as the border between Gallatin and Madison County, Montana. The Spanish Peaks are made up of 1.6 billion year-old gneiss, making them the oldest peaks in the Madison Range, predating the rest of the range by 50-60 million years. Gallatin Peak, el. 11,015 ft., is the highest peak in the group. Show on map
Bad Marriage MountainBad Marriage Mountain (8,350 feet (2,545 m)) is located in the Lewis Range, Glacier National Park in the U.S. state of Montana. The mountain was named by Superintendent E. T. Scoyen for a Blackfoot Indian leader Bad Married. Bad Marriage Mountain became the accepted colloquial name. At one time, the summit was called Elk Tongue by J.W. Schultz, an early chronicler of park geography and activities. Because no Blackfoot equivalent to Elk Tongue was found, the English name was dropped and Bad Marriage Mountain became the official name. East Glacier, Montana is the nearest town. Show on map
Mount JumboMount Jumbo (Salish: 'Sin Min Koos,' which translates into 'obstacle' or 'thing in the way') is an iconic mountain that overlooks the city of Missoula, Montana. The mountain is northeast of the city’s downtown and, in its majority, is publicly owned. In 1996, Jumbo was purchased from private landowners and protected from development. Funding for this purchase came from an open space bond, federal and non-profit agencies and thousands of local contributors. Additional land parcels have been purchased since then, increasing the easement to its current 1,800 acres. Show on map
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Raynolds PassRaynolds Pass, elevation 6,844 feet (2,086 m), is a mountain pass on the Montana-Idaho border in the Rocky Mountains, United States. The pass is on the Continental Divide, and is traversed by a state highway (Idaho State Highway 87 and Montana Highway 87). The pass is named for Captain William F. Raynolds, an early explorer and officer-in-charge of the Raynolds Expedition of the Yellowstone region. The pass is very gentle, with only a slight grade and no major hairpin curves to the highways connections with U.S. Route 287 in Montana and U.S. Route 20 in Idaho. Show on map
Swan RangeThe Swan Range is a mountain range in western Montana in the United States. Its peaks typically rise to around 8,000 to 9,000 feet (2,400 to 2,700 m). The range is bounded by the South Fork Flathead River to the east, the Flathead River to the north and northwest, the Swan River to the west, and lie to the southwest of Glacier National Park, just south of the Canada–US border. It runs about 99 miles (159 km) from north-northwest to south-southeast. Major cities near the Swan Range include Kalispell and Bigfork to the northeast, and Seeley Lake on the south. Show on map
Jewel BasinJewel Basin is an area of the Flathead National Forest, Montana, United States, known for its hiking. The Basin is located east of Kalispell, Montana and west of the Hungry Horse Reservoir at the north end of the Swan Range. The Basin is 15,349 acres (62.1 km²) including 27 lakes and 35 miles (56 km) of trails. The Basin is specially designated for hiking only, with motorized vehicles and horses prohibited. The main parking area is reached by following Montana Highway 83 to the Echo Lake Road and further up to the Jewel Basin Road (Forest Service Road No. 5392). Show on map
Triple Divide PeakTriple Divide Peak (8,020 feet (2,444 m)) is located in the Lewis Range, part of the Rocky Mountains in North America. It is located in Glacier National Park in the state of Montana in the United States. The Lewis Range was formed in the Lewis Overthrust, some 170 million years ago, when an enormous slab of Precambrian rock faulted and slid over younger rocks from the Cretaceous period. The summit of the peak is the point where two of the principal continental divides in North America converge, the Great Divide and the Northern or Laurentian Divide. Show on map
Lost Creek State ParkLost Creek State Park, located near Anaconda, Montana, is a state park 502 acres (203 ha) in size and features towering limestone cliffs and multi-colored rock formations rising 1,200 feet (370 m) above the canyon floor. The park is located at an elevation of 6,424 feet (1,958 m) and features a short walking trail to Lost Creek Falls, which plunge 50 feet (15 m). Mountain goats and bighorn sheep are commonly seen at the park. The park is open May 1 - November 30. The park offers camping, fishing, picnicking, bicycling, hiking and wildlife viewing. Show on map
Beavertail Hill State ParkBeavertail Hill State Park is a Montana state park located 26 miles east of Missoula, Montana and just off Interstate 90. The park is 65 acres in size and has an elevation of 3,615 feet. Fishing, rafting, and swimming in the Clark Fork River are possible. The park offers frontage on the Clark Fork River, tipi rentals, a short interpretive trail, an amphitheatre, and campsites and picnic areas. The amphitheatre hosts interpretive programs on Friday evenings in the summer. About 26 camping sites are available for tents or RVs up to 26 feet long. Show on map
Crazy PeakCrazy Peak is the highest peak in the Crazy Mountains, an isolated range of the Montana Rockies, in the United States. Crazy Peak dominates the surroundings, rising over 7,000 feet (2,100 m) above the Yellowstone River Valley, and is the highest peak in Montana north of the Beartooth Mountains, which are 50 miles (80 km) to the south. Crazy Peak is also the most topographically prominent peak in Montana. A small glacier exists on the northeast slope of the mountain. The mountain is located on private land within the Gallatin National Forest. Show on map
Rattlesnake National Recreation AreaRattlesnake National Recreation Area is a United States National Recreation Area located 4 miles (6.4 kilometers) north of Missoula, Montana in the Rattlesnake Creek drainage area. It is administered by the Lolo National Forest and is adjacent to the Rattlesnake Wilderness. Both the recreation area and the wilderness area were established by the U.S. Congress on October 19, 1980. There are more than 73 miles of hiking trails in the recreation area many of which are also open to horseback riders, mountain bikers, and cross-country skiers. Show on map
Mount BlackmoreMount Blackmore is located in Gallatin National Forest, in the U.S. state of Montana. Bozeman is located near the East Gallatin River, Gallatin County, Mount Blackmore is south of the City of Bozeman in the Gallatin Range. Ferdinand Vandeveer Hayden's survey expedition of the Yellowstone area named the peak for Mary Blackmore, wife of William Blackmore, an English land speculator and philanthropist who accompanied the Hayden Survey. Mary Blackmore contracted pneumonia and died in Bozeman, Montana during the early summer of 1872. Show on map
Our Lady of the RockiesOur Lady of the Rockies is a 90-foot (27 m) statue, dedicated to the Blessed Virgin Mary, that sits atop the Continental Divide overlooking Butte, Montana. It is the third tallest statue in the United States after The Statue of Liberty and the recently completed Pegasus and Dragon in Hallandale Beach, Florida. The statue was built by volunteers using donated materials to honor women everywhere, especially mothers. The base is 8,510 feet above sea level and 3,500 feet above the town. The statue is lit and visible at night. Show on map
Sex PeakSex Peak is a summit in Sanders County, Montana, in the United States. It is located within the Kootenai National Forest. With an elevation of 5,751 feet (1,753 m), Sex Peak is the 2,052nd highest mountain in Montana. A conversation between a park official and a forester about sex supposedly caused the name Sex Peak to be selected. Atop Sex Peak stands the Sex Peak Lookout Station, a decommissioned fire lookout tower which is now available for rental for overnight recreational visits from the United States Forest Service. Show on map
Gibbons PassGibbons Pass (el. 2117 m./6945 ft.) is a high mountain pass in the Rocky Mountains in Montana. It is situated on the North American Continental Divide. It was used by the Lewis and Clark Expedition on their return trip. Gibbons Pass is also one of the most historic passes in Montana. Its highest point is 6,945 feet above sea level. The conflict with the Nez Perce Indians by Captain Gibbons began here. The pass was the main route for Indians, explorers, hunters and other traffic prior to the construction of US Highway 93. Show on map
Electric PeakElectric Peak is the tallest mountain in the Gallatin Range of southern Montana, close to the Wyoming border and rises to an altitude of 10,969 feet (3,343 m). The peak has some of the greatest physical relief in Yellowstone National Park, rising 3,389 ft (1,033 m) above its base. Electric Peak was named during the first ascent in 1872 by the United States Geological Survey. Members of the Hayden Survey led by Henry Gannett experienced electrical discharges from their hands and hair after a lightning event on the summit. Show on map
Lewis RangeThe Lewis Range is a mountain range located in the Rocky Mountains of northern Montana, United States and extreme southern Alberta, Canada. It was formed as a result of the Lewis Overthrust, a geologic thrust fault resulted in the overlying of younger Cretaceous rocks by older Proterozoic rocks. The range is located within Waterton Lakes National Park in Alberta, Canada and Glacier National Park and the Bob Marshall Wilderness Complex in Montana, United States. The highest peak is Mount Cleveland at 10,466 ft (3,190 m). Show on map
Clements MountainClements Mountain (8,760 feet (2,670 m)) is located in the Lewis Range, Glacier National Park in the U.S. state of Montana Clements Mountain rises to the west of Logan Pass and above the Hidden Lake Trail which leads to Hidden Lake just west of the continental divide. The peak was named after Walter M. Clements who had worked to set up a treaty between the Blackfeet and the U.S. Government for the purchase of tribal lands east of the continental divide which later became part of the park. Show on map
Goat Haunt MountainGoat Haunt Mountain (8,641 feet (2,634 m)) is located in the Lewis Range, Glacier National Park in the U.S. state of Montana. Goat Haunt Mountain is in the northeastern section of Glacier National Park, approximately 1.85 miles (2.98 km) north of Mount Cleveland. The stagnant Miche Wabun Glacier is located on the eastern slopes of the mountain. The total altitude gain from the trailhead to the mountain summit is more than 4,400 feet (1,300 m). Goat Haunt Lake is northwest of the peak. Show on map
Allen MountainAllen Mountain (9,376 ft (2,858 m)) is located in the Lewis Range, Glacier National Park in the U.S. state of Montana. Allen Mountain is NNW of Cracker Lake. The mountain is named to honor Cornelia Seward Allen, the granddaughter of President Abraham Lincoln's Secretary of State William H. Seward Sr. The mountain was named in 1891 by a party of explorers headed by George Bird Grinnell that included Cornelia's brother, William Henry Seward III, a Yale University classmate of Grinnell. Show on map
Madison Buffalo Jump State MonumentMadison Buffalo Jump State Park is a Montana state park in Gallatin County, Montana in the United States. The park is 638 acres (258 ha) and sits at an elevation of 4,554 feet (1,388 m). The park is named for a canyon cliff used by Native Americans as a buffalo jump, where herds of bison were stampeded over the cliff as an efficient means of slaughter. Madison Buffalo Jump State Park is a day use-only park. It is open year-round for hiking, wildlife observation, and some picnicking. Show on map
Creedman Coulee National Wildlife RefugeCreedman Coulee National Wildlife Refuge is a 2,728-acre (1,104 ha) National Wildlife Refuge in the northern region of the U.S. state of Montana. This very remote refuge is a part of the Bowdoin Wetland Management District (WMD), and is unstaffed. The refuge consists of only 80 acres (32 ha) that are federally owned, while the remaining 2,648 acres (1,072 ha) is an easement with local landowners and on private property. The refuge is managed from Bowdoin National Wildlife Refuge. Show on map
Mount PinchotMount Pinchot (9,310 feet (2,838 m)) is located in the Lewis Range, Glacier National Park in the U.S. state of Montana. Mount Pinchot is less than 1.5 miles (2.4 km) SSE of Mount Stimson while Beaver Woman Lake is southeast of Mount Pinchot. Mount Pinchot is named for Gifford Pinchot, pioneering forester and past Chief of United States Forest Service, which he helped organize. The name, Mount Pinchot, was officially approved by the United States Geographic Board on March 6, 1929. Show on map
Mount OberlinMount Oberlin (8,180 feet (2,493 m)) is located in the Lewis Range, Glacier National Park in the U.S. state of Montana. Mount Oberlin is just northwest of Logan Pass. Below the summit to the northwest, water and melting snow off Mount Oberlin lead to the 492 feet (150 m) Bird Woman Falls, one of the tallest waterfalls in Glacier National Park. Dr. Lyman B. Sperry, a member of an 1895 party exploring the Glacier Park region, named the mountain after his employer, Oberlin College. Show on map
Cow IslandCow Island lies in a left turning bend of the Missouri River, in the area known as the Missouri River Breaks. The island is formed by sediments that are seasonally washed out from the mouths of Cow Creek and Bull Creek, which enter the Missouri River just upstream from Cow Island. The island is about 1.2 miles long and averages about 150 yards in width. It is located in extreme northern Fergus County, but lies across the river from extreme southern Blaine County, to its east. Show on map
Amphitheater MountainAmphitheater Mountain (8,690 feet (2,649 m)) is located in the Lewis Range, Glacier National Park in the U.S. state of Montana. Amphitheater Mountain is a descriptive name given to the peak because of its resemblance to the Greek Amphitheater. The mountain's Blackfoot name is Three Horns or Niuóxkai-ozkina for a Blackfoot warrior who captured a Nez Perce woman as was able to live happily ever after. The mountain has also been named Whalen Mountain for a former park ranger. Show on map
Emigrant PeakEmigrant Peak el. 10,915 feet (3,327 m)is a prominent mountain peak on the western edge of the Absaroka Range near Emigrant, Montana. The peak is flanked by Emigrant Gulch on the north and Sixmile Creek on the south with the Gallatin National Forest and lies just outside the Absaroka-Beartooth Wilderness. The peak is readily visible from Paradise Valley, Montana and U.S. Route 89 when traveling to the north entrance of Yellowstone National Park at Gardiner, Montana. Show on map
Mount BrownMount Brown (8,565 feet (2,611 m)) is located in the Lewis Range, Glacier National Park in the U.S. state of Montana. There are conflicting claims about who Mount Brown was named after. A US Park Service publication states it was: \"named for William Brown of Chicago, then Solicitor General for the Chicago and Alton Railroad, by some members of his party on a camping and fishing trip to the area around Lake McDonald in 1894. The companions, Charles H. Russell (not the artist) and Frank A. Johnson, climbed this mountain that arose back of their camp, and so named it.\" However this naming story does not explain how the campers were able make their naming decision known to the public. The 1929 US Geographic Board decision card states that the Board accepted the name Mount Brown in accordance@en . Show on map
Trapper PeakTrapper Peak is the highest point in the Bitterroot Mountains, part of the larger Bitterroot Range in western Montana. It rises over 6,000 feet (1,830 m) above the nearby Bitterroot Valley. The peak is located within the Central Bitterroot Range, a subrange of the Bitterroot Mountains and within the Selway-Bitterroot Wilderness Area of the Bitterroot National Forest]]. A trail to the peak climbs 3,800 feet (1,160 m) from the end of a Forest Service road. Show on map
Ipasha PeakIpasha Peak (9,572 feet (2,918 m)) is located in the Lewis Range, Glacier National Park in the U.S. state of Montana. Ipasha Peak is 1.29 miles (2.08 km) south of Mount Merritt and is in the northeastern section of Glacier National Park. Ahern Glacier is located on the southeastern slopes of the mountain while the Ipasha Glacier is to the southwest of the peak. Helen Lake lies almost 4,500 feet (1,400 m) below the summit of Ipasha Peak to the southeast. Show on map
Kindrick Legion FieldKindrick Legion Field is a baseball park located in Helena, Montana which serves as the home field of the Helena Brewers minor league baseball team, and the two American Legion teams, the Senators and Reps. It was built in 1932 and holds 2,100 people. Formerly called Legion Park then Memorial Park Field, the name of the ballpark was changed in the mid-1970s to Kindrick Legion Field in honor of longtime American Legion supporter Ace Kindrick. Show on map
Mount JacksonMount Jackson (10,052 feet (3,064 m)) is located in the Lewis Range, Glacier National Park in the U.S. state of Montana. Mount Jackson is the fourth tallest mountain in Glacier National Park and it is situated on the Continental Divide. Both the mountain and its namesake Jackson Glacier are easily seen from the Going-to-the-Sun Road. On the southern flanks of Mount Jackson is Harrison Glacier, the largest remaining glacier in the park. Show on map
Square ButteSquare Butte is a name used for 11 buttes in Montana. Two of the most prominent buttes are located in a) Cascade County, Montana, about 22 miles (35 km) due west of Great Falls and in b) Chouteau County, Montana, about 50 miles (80 km) due east of Great Falls and about 15 miles (24 km) due east of the Highwood Mountains. Charles Marion Russell, the noted Montana western artist used both features as background in his paintings of Montana. Show on map
Bears Paw MountainsThe Bears Paw Mountains (Bear Paw Mountains, Bear's Paw Mountains or Bearpaw Mountains) are an insular-montane island range in North-Central Montana, USA, located approximately 10 miles south of Havre, Montana. Baldy Mountain, which rises 6,916 feet (2,108 meters) above sea level, is the highest peak in the range.The Bears Paw Mountains extend in a 45-mile arc between the Missouri River and Rocky Boy Indian Reservation south of Havre. Show on map
Reynolds MountainReynolds Mountain (9,125 feet (2,781 m)) is located in the Lewis Range, Glacier National Park in the U.S. state of Montana. Reynolds Mountain is situated along the Continental Divide and is easily seen from Logan Pass by looking due south from the pass. Hidden Lake is located below Reynolds Mountain to the west. Reynolds is a class 2(3) climb via the southwestern talus slope route that allows many people to easily climb the peak. Show on map
Jocko ValleyThe Jocko Valley is located in western Montana in the northwestern United States. It is located on land of the Flathead Indian Reservation. The valley was named for Jacques Raphael Finlay, a trapper and fur trader in the area during 1806-1809. The Jocko Valley was the site of flooding in June 2011, when the Jocko River overflowed its banks as a result of a \"200% of average\" snowpack combined with heavy precipitation. Show on map
Lake Thibadeau National Wildlife RefugeLake Thibadeau National Wildlife Refuge is a 3,868-acre (1,565 ha) National Wildlife Refuge in the U.S. state of Montana, 15 mi (24 km) northeast of Havre, Montana. This refuge is a part of the Bowdoin Wetland Management District (WMD), and is managed from Bowdoin National Wildlife Refuge. The refuge is an easement refuge almost entirely on privately owned property and consists of grassland, marshes and cropland. Show on map
The HelmetThe Helmet is a mountain peak in the Madison Range in Madison County, Montana, in the United States. The peak is located in the Beaverhead National Forest and Taylor Hilgard parcel of the Lee Metcalf Wilderness area. Its prominence, isolation and proximity to Sphinx Mountain makes it easy to distinguish from Ennis in the Madison River valley. The name is descriptive, as the peak is said to look like a helmet. Show on map
Chief MountainChief Mountain (also called Old Chief Mountain) is located in the U.S. state of Montana on the eastern border of Glacier National Park and the Blackfeet Indian Reservation. The mountain is one of the most prominent peaks and rock formations along the Rocky Mountain Front, a 200 mi (320 km) long overthrust fault, known as the Lewis Overthrust, which extends from central Montana into southern Alberta, Canada. Show on map
Pike Creek HillsThe Pike Creek Hills, are a small range of hills 8.3 miles (13.4 km) west of the community of Flatwillow in Petroleum and Fergus counties in Montana. The highest elevation is an unnamed peak at 4,032 feet (1,229 m) with the stream valleys of Pike Creek to the north and Flatwillow Creek to the south at around 3,500 ft (1,100 m). The east end of the Little Snowy Mountains lie 12 miles (19 km) to the west. Show on map
Cadotte PassCadotte Pass, known in the mid to late 1800s as Cadotte's Pass, is a pass in the Rocky Mountains located on the Continental Divide in the U.S. state of Montana. Pierre Cadotte, a white settler at Fort Benton, Montana, first explored the pass in 1851. Isaac Stevens, Territorial Governor of the Montana Territory, named the pass after Cadotte in 1853. The pass is 6,073 feet (1,851 m) above sea level. Show on map
Hailstone National Wildlife RefugeHailstone National Wildlife Refuge is a National Wildlife Refuge of the United States located in central Montana. Hailstone National Wildlife Refuge is one of several satellite refuges in the region that are part of the Charles M. Russell National Wildlife Refuge Complex. Satellite refuges are established by executive order and are unstaffed. Greasewoods grow in the saline soils. Soils with lower salinity host native grasses. Wildlife on the refuge includes waterfowl, pronghorn, prairie dogs, horned lizards, and snakes. Show on map
Meldrum MountainMeldrum Mountain el. 9,468 feet (2,886 m) is a mountain peak in the southwestern section of the Gallatin Range in the Montana portion of Yellowstone National Park. The mountain was named in 1962 by the National Park Service for Judge John W. Meldrum (born September 17, 1843, died February 27, 1936) the first U.S. Commissioner in Yellowstone National Park, a position he held for 41 years (1894-1935). Show on map
North HillsThere are a number of small foothills known as the North Hills, in Montana. One group is el. 3,556 feet (1,084 m), is northwest of Missoula, Montana in Missoula County, Montana. Another is due north of Bozeman, Montana in Gallatin County, Montana, and yet another is due north of Helena, Montana in Lewis and Clark County, Montana. All of these foothills are generally considered part of larger ranges. Show on map
Almost-a-Dog MountainAlmost-a-Dog Mountain (8,922 ft (2,719 m)) is located in the Lewis Range, Glacier National Park in the U.S. state of Montana. The mountain is named for a Blackfoot warrior Almost A Dog or Imazí-imita who was a survivor of the 1870 Marias Massacre. Although his entire family perished in the attack, he survived but was crippled for life. He also survived the so-called Winter of Starvation in 1883-84. Show on map
Little Rocky MountainsThe Little Rocky Mountains, also known as the Little Rockies, are a group of buttes, roughly 765 km2 in area, located towards the southern end of the Fort Belknap Agency in Blaine County and Phillips County in north-central Montana. Their highest summit is Antoine Butte ~5720 ft (1743 m) The nearest town is Dodson, Montana. Show on map
Hewitt Lake National Wildlife RefugeHewitt Lake National Wildlife Refuge is a 1,360-acre (550 ha) National Wildlife Refuge in the northern region of the U.S. state of Montana. This refuge is a part of the Bowdoin Wetland Management District (WMD), and is unstaffed. The refuge is partly owned by the U.S. Government, while the rest is an easement with local landowners. The refuge is managed from Bowdoin National Wildlife Refuge. Show on map
Bearhead MountainBearhead Mountain (8,406 feet (2,562 m)) is located in the Lewis Range, Glacier National Park in the U.S. state of Montana. The mountain is named for kyáiyótokan, a Piegan warrior known for his war against the dreaded Assiniboine White Dog. kyáiyótokan was also a survivor of the Marias Massacre and the brother of Chief Heavy Runner a confidant of Glacier author James Willard Schultz. Show on map
Bear MountainBear Mountain (8,841 feet (2,695 m)) is located in the northern Lewis Range, Glacier National Park in the U.S. state of Montana. Cosley Lake, followed by Glenns Lake to the southwest of the mountain. Mokowanis Lake is also visible from the peak. The Mountain has tremendous views of the east face of Mount Cleveland, the north face of Mount Merritt, and the east face of Chief Mountain. Show on map
Hilgard PeakHilgard Peak is the tallest mountain in the Madison Range in the U.S. state of Montana. The summit is located in a remote section of the Lee Metcalf Wilderness within the Beaverhead-Deerlodge National Forest. The peak was first climbed in 1948. The peak was named for E. W. Hilgard, a geology professor who served on the Hayden Expedition during its exploration of the Yellowstone area. Show on map
Big PrairieBig Prairie, Montana, el. 3,625 feet (1,105 m), is an open meadow area on the east side of the North Fork of the Flathead River, in Glacier National Park and is a former settlement. It is within Flathead County, Montana. It was settled by at least 19 homesteads in the early 20th century. It is the location of several places listed on the National Register of Historic Places: \n* Margaret McCarthy Homestead \n* J. K. Miller Homestead \n* William Raftery Homestead \n* Anton Schoenberger Homestead \n* Charlie Schoenberger Homestead \n* Johnnie Walsh's Guest Lodge \n* Johnnie Walsh Homestead Show on map
Bishops CapBishops Cap (9,127 feet (2,782 m)) is located in the Lewis Range, Glacier National Park in the U.S. state of Montana. Located above the Garden Wall and straddling the Continental Divide, when viewed from the south at Logan Pass, the peak appears to resemble a Bishop's headwear. The name Bishops Cap is descriptive only, and there's no known origin. Show on map
MacDonald PassMacDonald Pass, el.6,312 feet (1,924 m), (also known as McDonald Pass) is a mountain pass on the continental divide west of Helena, Montana that is traversed by U.S. Route 12. The pass is one of three passes (MacDonald, Mullan and Priest) used in the 1870s-80s for travel between Helena and Deer Lodge, Montana over the continental divide. Show on map
Storm CastleStorm Castle, el. 7,165 feet (2,184 m) is a mountain peak in the Gallatin Range in Gallatin County, Montana. The peak is located in the Gallatin National Forest. Storm Castle is also known as Castle Peak or Castle Mountain. The peak is a popular 5-mile (8.0 km) round trip hike from the Storm Castle trailhead in the Gallatin Canyon. Show on map
Wolverine PeakWolverine Peak is a mountain in the Absaroka Range in the state of Montana, United States. It has a height of 10,479 feet (3,194 m) and is located in the Park County. The summit of Wolverine Peak is located at the triple border point between the Absaroka-Beartooth Wilderness, Custer National Forest and Yellowstone National Park. Show on map
Long Knife PeakLong Knife Peak (9,784 feet (2,982 m)) is located in the Clark Range, Glacier National Park in the U.S. state of Montana. Though much of the mountain slopes extend into the Canadian Province of British Columbia, the main summit is in the U.S. Long Knife Peak rises more than a vertical 1 mile (1.6 km) above Upper Kintla Lake. Show on map
Mount SentinelMount Sentinel, originally known as \"Mount Woody,\" is a small mountain located to the east of the University of Montana in Missoula, Mont. At a height of 1,958 feet and an elevation of 5,158 feet (1,572 m), Mount Sentinel also features the hillside letter \"M\", a large concrete structure 620 feet (189 m) up its western face. Show on map
Spring Meadow Lake State ParkSpring Meadow Lake State Park is a state park just west of Helena, Montana used primarily as a swimming spot for children, as well as hiking and fishing. During the winter the lake is a popular destination for ice fishing. Largemouth Bass, Rainbow Trout, Yellow Perch and Pumpkinseed are the main catches in the small lake. Show on map
Flinsch PeakFlinsch Peak (9,225 ft (2,812 m)) is located in the Lewis Range, Glacier National Park in the U.S. state of Montana. It is 2.3 miles (3.7 km) west of Rising Wolf Mountain and straddles the Continental Divide. Viewed from Oldman Lake, the summit has a distinctive horn shape. Young Man Lake is immediately east of the peak. Show on map
Mount CusterMount Custer (8,883 feet (2,708 m)) is located in the Livingston Range, Glacier National Park in the U.S. state of Montana. Situated along the Continental Divide, Mount Custer rises more than 3,300 feet (1,000 m) above Lake Nooney, located below the summit to the east. Herbst Glacier is immediately northeast of the peak. Show on map
Paul Bunyans CabinPaul Bunyans Cabin (8,490 feet (2,588 m)) is located in the Livingston Range, Glacier National Park in the U.S. state of Montana. Paul Bunyans Cabin is on a rock spur immediately SSE of Longfellow Peak and from certain angles appears as a Log cabin. Lake Evangeline is northeast of the peak and Ruger Lake is to the east. Show on map
Rainbow PeakRainbow Peak (9,891 feet (3,015 m)) is located in the Livingston Range, Glacier National Park in the U.S. state of Montana. The namesake Rainbow Glacier is immediately east and northeast of Rainbow Peak. Rainbow Peak is the ninth-tallest mountain in Glacier National Park and rises over 1 mile (1.6 km) above Bowman Lake. Show on map
Stoney Indian PeaksStoney Indian Peaks (9,350 feet (2,850 m)) is located in the Lewis Range, Glacier National Park in the U.S. state of Montana. Consisting of several summits, the mountain is in the northeastern region of Glacier National Park, less than 2 miles (3.2 km) south of Mount Cleveland. Stoney Indian Lake is south of the peaks. Show on map
Longfellow PeakLongfellow Peak (8,904 feet (2,714 m)) is located in the Livingston Range, Glacier National Park in the U.S. state of Montana. Longfellow Peak is immediately north of Paul Bunyans Cabin, a rock formation that resembles a log cabin from a distance. Lake Evangeline is northeast of the peak and Ruger Lake is to the east. Show on map
Blackfoot MountainBlackfoot Mountain (9,574 ft (2,918 m)) is located in the Lewis Range, Glacier National Park in the U.S. state of Montana. To the north of Blackfoot Mountain lies Blackfoot Glacier, one of the largest glaciers in the park. The stagnant Pumpelly Glacier is located to the immediate east and northeast of the mountain. Show on map
Black Coulee National Wildlife RefugeBlack Coulee National Wildlife Refuge is a 1,308-acre (529 ha) National Wildlife Refuge in the U.S. state of Montana near the Canada–US border. This very remote refuge is a part of the Bowdoin Wetland Management District (WMD), and is unstaffed. The refuge is managed from Bowdoin National Wildlife Refuge. Show on map
Halfbreed Lake National Wildlife RefugeHalfbreed Lake National Wildlife Refuge is in the central section of the U.S. state of Montana and is an integral part of the Charles M. Russell National Wildlife Refuge Complex, managed from the Charles M. Russell National Wildlife Refuge. This refuge provides nesting habitat for migratory bird species. Show on map
Mount HelenMount Helen (8,538 feet (2,602 m)) is located in the Lewis Range, Glacier National Park in the U.S. state of Montana. Mount Helen rises immediately to the northwest roughly 3,100 feet (940 m) above Upper Two Medicine Lake. The Continental Divide of the Americas passes through the summit of Mount Helen. Show on map
East Flattop MountainEast Flattop Mountain (8,356 feet (2,547 m)) is located in the Lewis Range, Glacier National Park in the U.S. state of Montana. East Flattop Mountain rises to the north above Saint Mary Lake and is easily seen from the eastern entrance to the Going-to-the-Sun Road and the village of St. Mary, Montana. Show on map
Mount CannonMount Cannon (8,952 feet (2,729 m)) is located in the Lewis Range, Glacier National Park in the U.S. state of Montana. Formerly called Goat Mountain it was renamed for the leading physiologist Dr. Walter Bradford Cannon and his wife Cornelia, who made the first recorded ascent of the mountain in 1901. Show on map
Ahern PeakAhern Peak (8,749 feet (2,667 m)) is located in the Lewis Range, Glacier National Park in the U.S. state of Montana. The mountain was named after George Patrick Ahern. Ahern Peak is immediately southwest of Helen Lake and straddles the Continental Divide. Ahern Glacier lies just north of the peak. Show on map
Ekalaka HillsThe Ekalaka Hills, el. 4,019 feet (1,225 m), is a small mountain range southeast of Ekalaka, Montana in Carter County, Montana. They are closely affiliated with two related small ranges, the Long Pines, also within Carter County, and the Short Pines, contained primarily within nearby South Dakota. Show on map
Bowdoin National Wildlife RefugeBowdoin National Wildlife Refuge is a 15,551-acre (6,293 ha) National Wildlife Refuge (NWR) located in the north-central region of the U.S. state of Montana. The refuge is 7 mi (11 km) northeast of Malta, Montana in the Milk River Valley and is managed by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service. Show on map
Mount CarterMount Carter (9,843 feet (3,000 m)) is located in the Livingston Range, Glacier National Park in the U.S. state of Montana. Rainbow Glacier is just south of Mount Carter while Weasel Collar Glacier is immediately northeast. Mount Carter is the tenth tallest peak in Glacier National Park. Show on map
Pollock MountainPollock Mountain (9,190 feet (2,801 m)) is located in the Lewis Range, Glacier National Park in the U.S. state of Montana. Pollock Mountain is situated along the Continental Divide and is one of the peaks along the Garden Wall and is approximately .6 miles (0.97 km) south of Bishops Cap. Show on map
Sherburne PeakSherburne Peak is a 8,610-foot (2,624 m) high mountain located in the Lewis Range, Glacier National Park in the U.S. state of Montana. Sherburne Peak has two summits: the higher one being in Glacier National Park and the lower summit is located within the Blackfeet Indian Reservation. Show on map
Fusillade MountainFusillade Mountain (8,750 feet (2,667 m)) is located in the Lewis Range, Glacier National Park in the U.S. state of Montana. Fusillade Mountain lies immediately north of Gunsight Lake at the western terminus of the St. Mary Valley and can be seen from the Going-to-the-Sun Road. Show on map
Iceberg PeakIceberg Peak (9,145 feet (2,787 m)) is located in the Lewis Range, Glacier National Park in the U.S. state of Montana. Iceberg Peak rises more than 3,000 feet (910 m) above Iceberg Lake and is considered a difficult climb due to the steepness and exposure climbers must endure. Show on map
Mount GrinnellMount Grinnell is a peak located in the heart of Glacier National Park in the U.S. state of Montana near Mount Gould and Mount Wilbur. It is named after George Bird Grinnell.From the Many Glacier Hotel on Swiftcurrent Lake the \"false peak\" of Grinnell Point can be seen. \n* Redrock Lake with Mount Grinnell above Redrock Falls with Grinnell Point to the left. \n* Mount Grinnell above Grinnell Lake \n* Bullhead Lake, looking towards Mount Grinnell Show on map
Gable MountainGable Mountain (9,262 feet (2,823 m)) is located in the Lewis Range, Glacier National Park in the U.S. state of Montana. Gable Mountain is in the northeastern section of Glacier National Park, approximately 3 miles (4.8 km) southwest of the prominent Chief Mountain. Show on map
Mount LoganMount Logan (9,239 feet (2,816 m)) is located in the Lewis Range, Glacier National Park in the U.S. state of Montana. Logan Glacier is immediately north of Mount Logan and Red Eagle Glacier lies to the east. Mount Logan is situated along the Continental Divide. Show on map
Swiftcurrent MountainSwiftcurrent Mountain (8,436 feet (2,571 m)) is located in the Lewis Range, Glacier National Park in the U.S. state of Montana. Swiftcurrent Mountain is situated along the Continental Divide. The historic Swiftcurrent Fire Lookout is at the top of the mountain. Show on map
Thunderbird MountainThunderbird Mountain (8,800 feet (2,682 m)) is located in the Livingston Range, Glacier National Park in the U.S. state of Montana. Thunderbird Mountain is situated on the Continental Divide. Thunderbird Glacier is located immediately northeast of the mountain. Show on map
Crowfeet MountainCrowfeet Mountain (8,914 feet (2,717 m)) is located in the Lewis Range, Glacier National Park in the U.S. state of Montana. Crowfeet Mountain is situated on a ridgeline just south of the Ptarmigan Tunnel and is easily seen from Iceberg Lake to the southwest. Show on map
Matahpi PeakMatahpi Peak (9,365 feet (2,854 m)) is located in the Lewis Range, Glacier National Park in the U.S. state of Montana. Below the summit of Matahpi Peak lies Sexton Glacier. Going-to-the-Sun Mountain is just over 1 mile (1.6 km) to the south of Matahpi Peak. Show on map
Vulture PeakVulture Peak (9,638 feet (2,938 m)) is located in the Livingston Range, Glacier National Park in the U.S. state of Montana. The Vulture Glacier is located on the southern flanks of the mountain, while the small Two Ocean Glacier is immediately to the north. Show on map
Curly Bear MountainCurly Bear Mountain (8,099 feet (2,469 m)) is located in the Lewis Range, Glacier National Park in the U.S. state of Montana. The mountain is located south of Saint Mary Lake near the eastern border of the park adjacent to the Blackfoot Indian Reservation. Show on map
Divide MountainDivide Mountain (8,665 feet (2,641 m)) is located in the Lewis Range, Glacier National Park in the U.S. state of Montana. Divide Mountain is located south of Saint Mary, Montana on the border of Glacier National Park and the Blackfeet Indian Reservation. Show on map
Walton MountainWalton Mountain (8,926 feet (2,721 m)) is located in the Lewis Range, Glacier National Park in the U.S. state of Montana. Two unnamed \"hanging glaciers\" are located to the east and northeast of the summit. Mount Jackson is 1.8 miles (2.9 km) to the NNE. Show on map
Numa PeakNuma Peak (9,003 feet (2,744 m)) is located in the Livingston Range, Glacier National Park in the U.S. state of Montana. The small Baby Glacier is below the peak to the immediate northeast. Numa Peak rises almost 5,000 feet (1,500 m) above Bowman Lake. Show on map
McClintock PeakMcClintock Peak (8,285 feet (2,525 m)) is located in the Lewis Range, Glacier National Park in the U.S. state of Montana. McClintock Peak is situated along the Continental Divide. The Lake of the Seven Winds sits below the east slopes of the peak. Show on map
Norris MountainNorris Mountain (8,882 feet (2,707 m)) is located in the Lewis Range, Glacier National Park in the U.S. state of Montana. Norris Mountain is situated along the Continental Divide and is less than 1 mile (1.6 km) northwest of Triple Divide Peak. Show on map
Citadel MountainCitadel Mountain (9,035 feet or 2,754 meters) is located in the Lewis Range, Glacier National Park in the U.S. state of Montana. The mountain is located at the western edge of Saint Mary Lake and is easily seen from the Going-to-the-Sun Road. Show on map
Meridian PeakMeridian Peak is a mountain in the Absaroka Range in the state of Montana, United States. It has an elevation of 10,466 feet (3,190 m) and is located in Park County, Montana. The mountain is included in Yellowstone National Park. Show on map
Mahtotopa MountainMahtotopa Mountain (8,672 feet (2,643 m)) is located in the Lewis Range, Glacier National Park in the U.S. state of Montana. Mahtotopa Mountain rises to the south above Saint Mary Lake and can be easily seen from the Going-to-the-Sun Road. Show on map
Little Chief MountainLittle Chief Mountain (9,541 feet (2,908 m)) is located in the Lewis Range, Glacier National Park in the U.S. state of Montana. Little Chief Mountain is easily seen from the Going-to-the-Sun Road, rising to the south of Saint Mary Lake. Little Chief Mountain was named in 1887 by George Bird Grinnell for his friend, Captain Luther North, U.S. Army. \"Little Chief\" was his Pawnee name, given to him by his Pawnee scouts. Show on map
Mount KippMount Kipp (8,839 feet (2,694 m)) is located in the Lewis Range, Glacier National Park in the U.S. state of Montana. Immediately east of the summit lies the retreating Chaney Glacier. Mount Kipp is situated along the Continental Divide. Show on map
Jew PeakJew Peak is a summit in Sanders County, Montana, in the United States. It has an elevation of 5,853 feet (1,784 m). Jew Peak is the 2010th highest mountain in the state of Montana. The name Jew Peak was likely meant to honor a person. Show on map
Mad Wolf MountainMad Wolf Mountain (8,341 feet (2,542 m)) is located in the Lewis Range, Glacier National Park in the U.S. state of Montana. Mad Wolf Mountain is just west of the Blackfeet Indian Reservation and rises abruptly above the Great Plains. Show on map
White Calf MountainWhite Calf Mountain (8,436 feet (2,571 m)) is located in the Lewis Range, Glacier National Park in the U.S. state of Montana. White Calf Mountain is south of Divide Mountain and just west of the Blackfeet Indian Reservation boundary. Show on map
Lone Walker MountainKootenai Peak (8,502 feet (2,591 m)) is located in the Lewis Range, Glacier National Park in the U.S. state of Montana. Lone Walker Mountain is situated immediately southwest of Upper Two Medicine Lake along the Continental Divide. Show on map
East Gallatin Recreation AreaEast Gallatin Recreation Area is a recreation area in Bozeman, Montana, United States. It was formerly a landfill site. The conversion of the city landfill into a recreation area was awarded a national Take Pride in America award. Show on map
Miche Wabun PeakMiche Wabun Peak (8,861 feet (2,701 m)) is located in the Lewis Range, Glacier National Park in the U.S. state of Montana. Miche Wabun Peak is in the northeastern section of Glacier National Park and is north of Miche Wabun Lake. Show on map
Grizzly MountainGrizzly Mountain (9,067 feet (2,764 m)) is located in the Lewis Range, Glacier National Park in the U.S. state of Montana. Grizzly Mountain sits astride the Continental Divide in the Two Medicine region of Glacier National Park. Show on map
Spokane HillsThe Spokane Hills, el. 4,058 feet (1,237 m), is a set of major foothills of the Big Belt Mountains to the east of Helena, Montana in Lewis and Clark County, Montana. They lie between the Helena Valley and Canyon Ferry Reservoir. Show on map
Going-to-the-Sun MountainGoing-to-the-Sun Mountain (9,647 feet (2,940 m)) is located in Glacier National Park and rises dramatically above St. Mary Valley just north of the Going-to-the-Sun Road. The mountain was named by James Willard Schultz in 1888. Show on map
Mount CalowahcanMount Calowahcan or Mount Harding is sixth highest peak in the Mission Mountains and is located in northwestern Montana in the United States. East of the mountain is the Swan Valley and to the west side is the Mission Valley. Show on map
Goat MountainGoat Mountain (8,826 ft (2,690 m)) is located in the Lewis Range, Glacier National Park in the U.S. state of Montana. Goat Mountain rises above Otokomi Lake and Goat Lake in the east central section of Glacier National Park. Show on map
Nahsukin MountainNahsukin Mountain (8,172 feet (2,491 m)) is located in the Livingston Range, Glacier National Park in the U.S. state of Montana. Nahsukin Mountain is situated along the Continental Divide. \"Nahsukin\" is Kootenai for \"chief\". Show on map
Red Eagle MountainRed Eagle Mountain (8,763 feet (2,671 m)) is located in the Lewis Range, Glacier National Park in the U.S. state of Montana. Red Eagle Mountain towers above Saint Mary Lake and is easily seen from the Going-to-the-Sun Road. Show on map
CrackerCracker (benchmark) (9,833 feet (2,997 m)) is located in the Lewis Range, Glacier National Park in the U.S. state of Montana. Cracker is a benchmark summit located on a ridgeline (.5 miles (1 km)) northeast of Mount Siyeh. Show on map
Campbell MountainCampbell Mountain (8,245 feet (2,513 m)) is located in the Livingston Range, Glacier National Park in the U.S. state of Montana. Campbell Mountain rises more than 4,000 feet (1,200 m) above the west shore of Waterton Lake. Show on map
Little Dog MountainLittle Dog Mountain (8,610 feet (2,624 m)) is located in the Lewis Range, Glacier National Park in the U.S. state of Montana. Little Dog Mountain sits along the Continental Divide and can be easily seen from Marias Pass. Show on map
Mount MorganMount Morgan (8,781 feet (2,676 m)) is located in the Lewis Range, Glacier National Park in the U.S. state of Montana. Mount Morgan is situated along the Continental Divide. Oldman Lake is immediately east of the peak. Show on map
Eagle Plume MountainEagle Plume Mountain (8,724 ft (2,659 m)) is located in the Lewis Range, Glacier National Park in the U.S. state of Montana. Eagle Plume Mountain is connected by a gently sloping ridge to Mad Wolf Mountain to the east. Show on map
Mount RockwellMount Rockwell (9,272 feet (2,826 m)) is located in the Lewis Range, Glacier National Park in the U.S. state of Montana. Mount Rockwell is situated along the Continental Divide and Aurice Lake is just west of the peak. Show on map
Summit MountainSummit Mountain (8,770 feet (2,673 m)) is located in the Lewis Range, Glacier National Park in the U.S. state of Montana. Summit Mountain towers to the north of Marias Pass and is situated along the Continental Divide. Show on map
Mount DouglasMount Douglas is a mountain in Sweet Grass County in south central Montana in the United States. It is 11,300 feet (3,444 meters) tall. Mount Douglas is named for E. M. Douglas, of the United States Geological Survey. Show on map
Kaina MountainKaina Mountain (9,489 feet (2,892 m)) is located in the Lewis Range, Glacier National Park in the U.S. state of Montana. Kaina Mountain is in the northeastern section of Glacier National Park and north of Kaina Lake. Show on map
Flathead AlpsThe Flathead Alps, el. 8,337 feet (2,541 m), is a small mountain range northeast of Seeley Lake, Montana in northeastern Powell County, Montana. The range is located primarily within the Bob Marshall Wilderness. Show on map
Big Sheep MountainsThe Big Sheep Mountains are located in the eastern area of the U.S. State of Montana in Dawson County, Montana. They are the eastern most mountains in Montana. Nearby towns include Circle, Lindsay, and Glendive. Show on map
Barton GulchBarton Gulch is an archaeological site in southwest Montana that has provided very important information concerning some of the earliest residents of the Paleo-Indian period in the northwest United States. Show on map
Judith MountainsThe Judith Mountains are located in central Montana in Fergus County just to the northeast of Lewistown, Montana. Judith Peak is the highest summit of this range, with an elevation of 6,428 feet (1,959 m). Show on map
Heavens PeakHeavens Peak (8,987 feet (2,739 m)) is located in the Livingston Range, Glacier National Park in the U.S. state of Montana. Heavens Peak is a little more than 1 mile (1.6 km) north of McPartland Mountain. Show on map
Kupunkamint MountainKupunkamint Mountain (8,797 feet (2,681 m)) is located in the Lewis Range, Glacier National Park in the U.S. state of Montana. Kupunkamint Mountain is in the southeastern section of Glacier National Park. Show on map
Mann GulchMann Gulch is a gulch of the upper Missouri River, in southeastern Lewis and Clark County, Montana. The canyon is protected within the Gates of the Mountains Wilderness Area of the Helena National Forest. Show on map
Boulder PeakBoulder Peak (8,527 feet (2,599 m)) is located in the Livingston Range, Glacier National Park in the U.S. state of Montana. The remnant Boulder Glacier is situated on the northern slopes of the mountain. Show on map
Livingston PeakLivingston Peak, el. 9,295 feet (2,833 m) is a mountain peak in the Absaroka Range near Livingston, Montana. The peak is located within the Gallatin National Forest and the Absaroka-Beartooth Wilderness. Show on map
McPartland MountainMcPartland Mountain (8,413 feet (2,564 m)) is located in the Livingston Range, Glacier National Park in the U.S. state of Montana. McPartland Mountain is a little more than a mile south of Heavens Peak. Show on map
Shaheeya PeakShaheeya Peak (8,022 feet (2,445 m)) is located in the Livingston Range, Glacier National Park in the U.S. state of Montana. Shaheeya Lake is just east of the peak and Wahseeja Lake is to the northwest. Show on map
Big Baldy MountainBig Baldy Mountain is the tallest mountain in the Little Belt Mountains located in Judith Basin County, Montana. The mountain is 9,181 feet (2,798 m) high. The mountain is locally known as Mount Baldy. Show on map
Logging MountainLogging Mountain (8,566 feet (2,611 m)) is located in the Livingston Range, Glacier National Park in the U.S. state of Montana. Logging Mountain rises more than 4,700 feet (1,400 m) above Logging Lake. Show on map
Piegan MountainPiegan Mountain (9,220 feet (2,810 m)) is located in the Lewis Range, Glacier National Park in the U.S. state of Montana. Piegan Glacier is located in a cirque immediately southeast of the summit. Show on map
Mount WoodMount Wood (12,660 feet (3,859 m)) is the highest summit in the Granite Range, a subrange of the Beartooth Mountains in the U.S. state of Montana. It is located within the Custer National Forest. Show on map
Mount EllsworthMount Ellsworth (8,581 feet (2,615 m)) is located in the Lewis Range, Glacier National Park in the U.S. state of Montana. Mount Ellsworth is in the southeastern section of Glacier National Park. Show on map
South HillsThe South Hills, is a term for a number of small foothills in various Montana communities, most notably those at el. 3,592 feet (1,095 m), south of Missoula, Montana in Missoula County, Montana. Show on map
Mount PeabodyMount Peabody (9,216 feet (2,809 m)) is located in the Livingston Range, Glacier National Park in the U.S. state of Montana. Agassiz Glacier is located on the western slopes of Mount Peabody. Show on map
Sinopah MountainSinopah Mountain (8,271 feet (2,521 m)) is located in the Lewis Range, Glacier National Park in the U.S. state of Montana. Sinopah Mountain rises prominently to the west of Two Medicine Lake. Show on map
Kootenai PeakKootenai Peak (8,542 feet (2,604 m)) is located in the Lewis Range, Glacier National Park in the U.S. state of Montana. Kootenai Peak is in the northeastern section of Glacier National Park. Show on map
Pyramid PeakPyramid Peak (8,159 feet (2,487 m)) is in the Lewis Range, Glacier National Park in the U.S. state of Montana. Mokowanis Lake lies just northeast of the peak, and Atsina Lake is to the west. Show on map
Mount VaughtMount Vaught (8,850 feet (2,697 m)) is located in the Livingston Range, Glacier National Park in the U.S. state of Montana. Mount Vaught is just over 2 miles (3.2 km) SSW of Heavens Peak. Show on map
Mount JamesMount James (9,375 feet (2,858 m)) is located in the Lewis Range, Glacier National Park in the U.S. state of Montana. Mount James is 1.35 miles (2.17 km) northeast of Triple Divide Peak. Show on map
Suicide HillSuicide Hill is a summit in Wheatland County, Montana, in the United States. With an elevation of 4,511 feet (1,375 m), Suicide Hill is the 2502nd highest summit in the state of Montana. Show on map
Horseshoe HillsThe Horseshoe Hills, el. 6,673 feet (2,034 m), are a roughly crescent-shaped range of hills north of Manhattan, Montana in Gallatin County, Montana. They lie in the area between the southern Big Belt Mountains and the northern Bridger Range. The hills are bounded on the north by Sixteen Mile Creek (which begins in the Crazy Mountains), the first major tributary of the Missouri River. As they are in the rain shadow of the Boulder, Elkhorn, and Bull Mountains to the west, the Horseshoe Hills are notably dry, receiving 10 - 12 inches of precipitation annually. This is especially true on the southern and southeastern flanks, which are also in the rain shadow of the hills themselves. In the driest areas, Missouri foxtail cacti, plains prickly pear cacti, and yucca abound, as well as prairie rat Show on map
Haugan MountainHaugan Mountain is a summit in Mineral County, Montana at 5,166 feet (1,575 m). It is located just south of Interstate 90 and 2.1 miles (3.4 km) from the community of Haugan, Montana. Show on map
Cathedral PeakCathedral Peak (9,041 feet (2,756 m)) is located in the Lewis Range, Glacier National Park in the U.S. state of Montana. Shepard Glacier is situated immediately southeast of the peak. Show on map
Mount PhillipsMount Phillips (9,494 feet (2,894 m)) is located in the Lewis Range, Glacier National Park in the U.S. state of Montana. Lupfer Glacier is located on the east slope of Mount Phillips. Show on map
Gunsight MountainGunsight Mountain (9,258 feet (2,822 m)) is located in the Lewis Range, Glacier National Park in the U.S. state of Montana. Gunsight Mountain is immediately south of Sperry Glacier. Show on map
Natoas PeakNatoas Peak (9,476 feet (2,888 m)) is located in the Lewis Range, Glacier National Park in the U.S. state of Montana. Natoas Peak is 1.10 miles (1.77 km) northeast of Mount Merritt. First ascent by Bruce Murphy and Bill Mathews, August 1964. Show on map
Sarcee MountainSarcee Mountain (8,350 feet (2,545 m)) is located in the Lewis Range, Glacier National Park in the U.S. state of Montana. Sarcee Mountain is in the northeastern region of the park. Show on map
The GuardhouseThe Guardhouse (9,336 feet (2,846 m)) is located in the Livingston Range, Glacier National Park in the U.S. state of Montana. The Guardhouse is situated on the Continental Divide. Show on map
Chapman PeakChapman Peak (9,406 feet (2,867 m)) is located in the Livingston Range, Glacier National Park in the U.S. state of Montana. Chapman Peak is situated along the Continental Divide. Show on map
Redhorn PeakRedhorn Peak (8,113 feet (2,473 m)) is located in the Livingston Range, Glacier National Park in the U.S. state of Montana. Redhorn Peak is situated along the Continental Divide. Show on map
Parke PeakParke Peak (9,038 feet (2,755 m)) is located in the Livingston Range, Glacier National Park in the U.S. state of Montana. Harris Glacier is immediately northeast of Parke Peak. Show on map
Wahcheechee MountainWahcheechee Mountain (8,418 feet (2,566 m)) is located in the Lewis Range, Glacier National Park in the U.S. state of Montana. Stoney Indian Lake is just northeast of the peak. Show on map
Comet MountainComet Mountain, 3113 m (10213 feet), is a mountain peak in the Pioneer Mountains of the state of Montana, United States, located in Beaverhead County 42km northwest of Dillon. Show on map
Bearhat MountainBearhat Mountain (8,684 feet (2,647 m)) is located in the Lewis Range, Glacier National Park in the U.S. state of Montana. Bearhat Mountain is immediately west of Hidden Lake. \n* Panorama with Bearhat Mountain at right, Hidden Lake below and Reynolds Mountain at distant left \n* Bearhat Mountain at right rises over Hidden Lake Show on map
Mount HenkelMount Henkel (8,770 feet (2,673 m)) is located in the Lewis Range, Glacier National Park in the U.S. state of Montana. Kennedy Lake is just to the north of the mountain. Show on map
Eaglehead MountainEaglehead Mountain (9,140 feet (2,786 m)) is located in the Lewis Range, Glacier National Park in the U.S. state of Montana. Buffalo Woman Lake is east of the peak. Show on map
Battlement MountainBattlement Mountain (8,832 feet (2,692 m)) is located in the Lewis Range, Glacier National Park in the U.S. state of Montana. Lake Isabel is northeast of the peak. Show on map
Snowshoe PeakSnowshoe Peak is a mountain in the U.S. state of Montana. At 8,738 ft (2,663 m), it is the highest peak in the Cabinet Mountains of Northwestern Montana and Idaho. Show on map
Appistoki PeakAppistoki Peak (8,164 feet (2,488 m)) is located in the Lewis Range, Glacier National Park in the U.S. state of Montana. . Another peak near to it is Mount Henry. Show on map
The WedgeThe Wedge, el. 10,548 feet (3,215 m), is a small mountain range southeast of Cameron, Montana in Madison County, Montana. It is a sub-range of the Madison Range. Show on map
Wynn MountainWynn Mountain (8,404 feet (2,562 m)) is located in the Lewis Range, Glacier National Park in the U.S. state of Montana. Wynn Mountain is south of Lake Sherburne. Show on map
Park HillsThe Park Hills, el. 6,260 feet (1,910 m), is a sub-range of the Little Belt Mountains northwest of White Sulphur Springs, Montana in Meagher County, Montana. Show on map
Vigil PeakVigil Peak (8,527 feet (2,599 m)) is located in the Lewis Range, Glacier National Park in the U.S. state of Montana. Lake Isabel is northwest of the peak. Show on map
Ch-paa-qn PeakCh-paa-qn (Squaw) Peak is in Missoula County, Montana, United States. It is west of Missoula, Montana. Ch-paa-qn is a Salish word meaning \"shining peak\". Show on map
Melita IslandMelita Island is a 64-acre (260,000 m2) island in Flathead Lake, the largest freshwater lake in Montana. It is part of the Flathead Indian Reservation. Show on map
Limestone HillsThe Limestone Hills, el. 4,977 feet (1,517 m), is a sub-range of the Big Belt Mountains southwest of Townsend, Montana in Broadwater County, Montana. Show on map
The PinnaclesThe Pinnacles, el. 6,545 feet (1,995 m), is a set of mountain peaks within the Big Belt Mountains east of Craig, Montana in Cascade County, Montana. Show on map
Three ButtesThe Three Buttes, el. 3,848 feet (1,173 m), are buttes or small, flat-topped hills northwest of Lodge Pole, Montana in Blaine County, Montana. Show on map
Piney ButtesThe Piney Buttes, el. 2,651 feet (808 m), are a set of flat-topped hills, or buttes northeast of Jordan, Montana in Garfield County, Montana. Show on map
South Moccasin MountainsThe South Moccasin Mountains, el. 4,951 feet (1,509 m), is a small mountain range northwest of Lewistown, Montana in Fergus County, Montana. Show on map
Lewis and Clark RangeThe Lewis and Clark Range, el. 7,109 feet (2,167 m), is a small mountain range southwest of Seeley Lake, Montana in Powell County, Montana. Show on map
Little Wolf MountainsThe Little Wolf Mountains, el. 4,800 feet (1,500 m), is a small mountain range southwest of Colstrip, Montana in Big Horn County, Montana. Show on map
Dry RangeThe Dry Range, el. 6,152 feet (1,875 m), is a small mountain range northwest of White Sulphur Springs, Montana in Meagher County, Montana. Show on map
North Moccasin MountainsThe North Moccasin Mountains, el. 5,384 feet (1,641 m), is a small mountain range northwest of Hilger, Montana in Fergus County, Montana. Show on map
Smoky RangeThe Smoky Range, el. 7,100 feet (2,200 m), is a small mountain range northeast of Whitefish in Flathead County, Montana, United States. Show on map
Cayuse HillsThe Cayuse Hills, el. 5,079 feet (1,548 m), is a small mountain range northeast of Big Timber, Montana in Sweet Grass County, Montana. Show on map
Dickie HillsThe Dickie Hills, el. 7,831 feet (2,387 m), is a small mountain range northwest of Wise River, Montana in Silver Bow County, Montana. Show on map
Froze-to-Death MountainFroze-to-Death Mountain is a prominent summit among the Beartooth Mountains. It stands in Stillwater County, Montana, United States. Show on map
Greenhorn RangeThe Greenhorn Range, el. 8,622 feet (2,628 m), is a small mountain range south of Virginia City, Montana in Madison County, Montana. Show on map
Horn MountainsThe Horn Mountains, el. 7,638 feet (2,328 m), is a small mountain range northwest of Henry's Lake, Idaho in Madison County, Montana. Show on map
Opheim HillsThe Opheim Hills, el. 3,304 feet (1,007 m), is a set of hills northwest of Opheim, Montana in Valley County, Montana, United States. Show on map
Honeycomb HillsThe Honeycomb Hills, el. 3,094 feet (943 m), is a set of hills southeast of Powderville, Montana in Powder River County, Montana. Show on map
Granite RangeThe Granite Range, el. 11,092 feet (3,381 m), is a mountain range southwest of Absarokee, Montana in Stillwater County, Montana. Show on map
Medicine Grizzly PeakMedicine Grizzly Peak (8,315 feet (2,534 m)) is located in the Lewis Range, Glacier National Park in the U.S. state of Montana. Show on map
FlattopsThe Flattops, el. 3,835 feet (1,169 m), is a small set of hills northeast of Hammond in Carter County, Montana, United States. Show on map
Franklin HillsThe Franklin Hills, el. 4,879 feet (1,487 m), is a set of hills southeast of Melville, Montana in Sweet Grass County, Montana. Show on map
Eagle Ribs MountainEagle Ribs Mountain (8,140 feet (2,481 m)) is located in the Lewis Range, Glacier National Park in the U.S. state of Montana. Show on map
Rocky HillsThe Rocky Hills, el. 6,916 feet (2,108 m), is a small mountain range south of Bannack, Montana in Beaverhead County, Montana. Show on map
Long PinesThe Long Pines, el. 4,085 feet (1,245 m), is a small mountain range southeast of Ekalaka, Montana in Carter County, Montana. Show on map
Church ButteChurch Butte is a 8,816 feet (2,687 m) butte located in the Lewis Range, Glacier National Park in the U.S. state of Montana. Show on map
Brave Dog MountainBrave Dog Mountain (8,468 feet (2,581 m)) is located in the Lewis Range, Glacier National Park in the U.S. state of Montana. Show on map
Black ReefBlack Reef, el. 6,378 feet (1,944 m), is a small mountain range west of Augusta, Montana in Lewis and Clark County, Montana. Show on map
Anaconda PeakAnaconda Peak (8,166 feet (2,489 m)) is located in the Livingston Range, Glacier National Park in the U.S. state of Montana. Show on map
Medicine Owl PeakMedicine Owl Peak (8,284 feet (2,525 m)) is located in the Lewis Range, Glacier National Park, in the U.S. state of Montana. Show on map