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Montana is truly blessed with National Parks and designated wilderness areas.
The state nickname is the Treasure State.
Northeast Montana is Missouri River Country.
Custer Country, in southeast Montana, brings a slice of history with everything it delivers.
Montanais a state in the western united states.
The western third of the state contains numerous mountain ranges.
Other \'island\' ranges are found in the central third of the state, for a total of 77 named ranges of the rocky mountains.
This geographical fact is reflected in the state\'s name, derived from the spanish word montana (mountain).
Other nicknames include \"land of shining mountains,\" \"big sky country,\" and the slogan \"the last best place.\"
The state ranks fourth in area, but 44th in population, and therefore has the third lowest population density in the united states.
The economy is primarily based on ranching, wheat farming, oil and coal in the east; lumber, tourism.
With a land area of 145,552 square miles (376,980 km2)
The state of montana is the fourth largest in the united states.
To the north, montana and canada share a 545 miles (877 km) border.
The topography of the state is diverse.
Glacier National Park has a beautiful wildflower mix.
Both glaciers and formations from glaciers.
Yellowstone has wonderful formations.
Whitefish is a nationally recognized recreation area.
The early spring,
April through June are superb dry fly fishing months.
July through Mid September, our summer months.
Railroads have been an important method of transportation.
Montana raillink, a privately-held class ii railroad, operates former northern pacific trackage in western montana.
Eight smaller communities have airports designated for commercial service.
montana raillink, a privately-held class ii railroad.
Montana\'s three largest commercial airports serve Bozeman, Billings, and Missoula; smaller airports at Great Falls International Airport, Kalispell, Helena, and Butte also serve multiple commercial carriers.
Routes 2 and 12 and Montana Highway 200 also traverse the entire state from east to west.
Don\'t drink tap water.
Eat foods that are well cokked and served steaming hot.
Eat canned foods.
Always wash your hand.
Montana Lifestyles are traditional.
Montanans not only enjoy their rich natural heritage, they make their living from it.