Montana is our home base when we’re not traveling the world. This beautiful state offers a world of activities for active travelers of all ages. From expansive landscapes to vast amounts of wildlife, Montana truly delivers a well-rounded nature-lovers paradise.
To help you make the most out of a trip to Montana, we’ve created a Montana Destination Guide filled with our most memorable Montana experiences and those of handpicked guest writers.
Ready to make your trip to the Treasure State happen? Click on over to the Montana Travel Planner. But don’t forget to scroll through these pages to find the best things to do in Montana.
Looking for the best book on Montana highways, forest roads and recreation? We highly recommend Benchmark Montana Road and Recreation Atlas.
Of course we’ll be adding more amazing places to see in Montana so come back often. Or subscribe to the My Itchy Travel Feet Weekly Broadcast to be the first to know!
The Best of Montana for Boomer Travelers
With the exception of Glacier and Yellowstone National Parks, almost any Montana destination could be considered off-the-beaten-path. From the wide open plains to the soaring peaks in the Northern Rocky mountains, the experiences won’t be accompanied by crowds of people. Hooray for off-the-beaten-path!Read More >
The Best places to stay in Montana
Montana offers a variety of lodging options for boomer travelers. Whether you’re looking for total luxury or more of a rustic cabin experience, you’ll find just what you’re looking for! We’ve experienced the best the state has to offer, including the ultimate in guest ranch experiences.Read More >
More Articles on Montana
Are you looking for a guest ranch experience in the Big Sky Country of Montana? What if it’s located on a gorgeous mountain lake? And what if there were activities to satisfy the most active boomer traveler while still leaving plenty of time to soak in the beautiful mountain scenery? Guest contributor Jeanine Consoli and […]
Hiking the Hidden Lake Overlook Trail is a must for Glacier National Park visitors. In a dramatic, open setting that can be windy, hikers are surrounded by alpine wildflower gardens, fragile tundra and the sculpted peaks of Montana‘s Northern Rockies. No wonder it’s one of the most popular hiking trails in Glacier National Park. Prime […]
If you’re roadtripping in Montana, visit Little Bighorn on an exploration of Big Sky Country. It’s a somber lesson on what happens when two cultures collide. Teresa Otto shares her experience visiting Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument. You’ll also appreciate her tips on how to get there. How to visit Little Bighorn on a road […]
If you really want to relax surrounded by some stunningly breathtaking nature, exploring a few hot springs resorts in Montana is the way to go. We absolutely love the feeling of taking a long weekend to escape to a beautiful resort for some much-needed R&R&R (Rest, Recuperation and Romance). Thankfully these days, there are an […]
If you’re visiting the Bitterroot Valley, a new resident, or an old timer, hiking Kootenai Creek Trail #53 is a must. This green oasis of a forested hike travels next to Kootenai Creek for a good part of the journey. As Bitterroot Valley residents, Alan and I hike this trail as often as we can. […]
If you’re looking for off-the-beaten-path fun in Montana, Twin Lakes in the Bitterroot National Forest certainly qualifies. Twin Lakes sits at 7,200 ft. with fishing, canoeing—no motorized boats allowed—and hiking available, making this a fun Bitterroot Valley day trip or overnight camping getaway. Since Alan and I aren’t backpackers, we appreciate the opportunity to experience […]