Lewis & Clark Caverns

Flyers for Lewis & Clark Caverns State Park promote it as “a colorful underground wonderland built by water, limestone, and time.” While its namesake explorers never ventured inside, the [...]

Into the Big Snowys

By J.B. Chandler The interior corridor of highways and railroads running through central Montana has gone through many transformations over the years. Fortunes change, importance transfers, and [...]

The Bale Trail Loop

By J.B. Chandler Whether you are traveling east or west on Highway 87, you should take the scenic detour called the Utica Highway. If travelling east, turn south at Windham or, when driving west, [...]

Bear Gulch Pictographs

In a 100-foot deep limestone canyon, visitors of the Bear Gulch Pictographs can take in the wonder of approximately 3,000 Plains Indian drawings. Macie Lundin-Ahlgren, whose family has owned the [...]

Townsend

By Brad Reynolds Townsend is referred to by some as “the biggest little town in Montana,” and for those familiar with the charming valley town, it’s no wonder why. The community, though small, [...]