Famously known as the 'land of mountains' and for a very good reason, Montana is home to 300 tallest peaks making up for the stunning landscapes. With plenty national parks fitting in the mountain ranges, the Montana Mountains are worth a visit.
Glacier National Park
Take the photogenic route to the Hidden Lake, surrounded by pristine forest, alpine meadows and the rugged terrains. Don't miss out to explore the famous Going-to-the-Sun Road.
Stretching across Wyoming into Montana, the Absaroka wilderness are a perfect spot for zip-lining and backtracking on a hike with solid mountainous landscapes.
The magnificent Bridger ranges are popular for mountaineering, skiing, hiking and biking; and the prominent Sacagawea Peak is a delight to pass with eagles soaring high in the sky.
Choose from several trails to the summit and view the spectacles of the lakes and peaks, amidst nature and wildlife.
Deeply cut creeks running through the mountains, Pryor Mountain wild horses roaming in their natural habitat, the terrains are the most unique geological landmasses of Montana.
With highest ranges of Montana mountains, glacier peaks, snow covered terrains and a plethora of lakes, is the mountain spire of Montana.
The Crazies are the most dramatic ranges of Montana, with extreme slopes, steep valleys and rugged terrains, in the thick of alpine lakes.
Tobacco Root Mountains
Set among the beauty of wildflowers, peaks and lakes, the scenic ranges of Tobacco Root offer the best hiking trails in Montana.
Travel to the Rockies that dominate the Montana mountains tremendously, and are filled with gorgeous lakes and forests, with snow-clad terrains in the background.