Sparkling streams fed by ancient glaciers and snow-cloaked mountains score forest and alpine meadow in postcard-worthy Glacier National Park, the permanent home of big bears and brilliant wildflowers and the popular retreat of outdoors enthusiasts.
The Bitterroot Valley, named for the Bitterroot Lily which is the state flower of Montana, offers visitors an vision of the model mountain valley with a narrow, riparian floor covered with fertile farmland and huge cottonwood trees, and encased on both sides by the heavily wooded Bitterroot Range to the west and the more rolling and slightly drier Sapphire Range to the east.
Hidden away in the mountains of southwest Montana, you'll find Maverick Mountain, one of Montana's best kept secrets. Maverick is a big mountain with nearly 2000 vertical feet of uncrowded trails and superb snow. It's a ski area designed for skiers - where the trails are true, the fall-line sweet, the air pure and the scenery magnificent.
Salmon is a small town in northeast Idaho surrounded by beautiful wilderness on all sides. More than a hundred miles from the nearest large town, Salmon is on the doorstep of the Bitterroot Mountains, the River of No Return Wilderness, and great fishing in the Salmon River.
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