It's been said, the sky in Montana somehow seems bigger, bluer, and more spectacular than in any place in our country. And nothing compares with the crisp morning air, the peacefulness, the picturesque countryside under the big sky. Breathtaking views stain the sky each summer night.
The days are long and the vast landscape is sprinkled with quaint farms and the beautiful lakes.
Montana today is still so big, wild, beautiful, and filled with miles of unspoiled beauty. It is home to some of the country’s most iconic landscapes. From the heights of Glacier National Park to the valleys of the Yellowstone.
It’s easy to get forgotten here, to get lost, to become a big fish in a small pond. This is a land that’s still unbroken. It’s a place colored by assumptions, lived in by good people, and known by very few.