Once a booming mining city, Butte is Montana’s basecamp for historic exploration and outdoor recreation.

Originally called “Butte, America” because of its melting pot immigrant population, Butte today is deep-rooted in history and known for its local pride. Butte’s bygone days of copper mining have left behind historic sites like the Berkely Pit, the Granite Mountain Memorial Overlook and the Copper King Mansion. The city’s “Butte Tough” mindset produced iconic stunt performer Evel Knievel, who attempted more than 75 ramp-to-ramp motorcycle jumps.

Beyond its history, Butte is an outdoor playground with access to plentiful hiking, biking and ATV trails, as well as the Continental Divide National Scenic Trail. For a dose of America’s past, a vibrant local scene, and quick access to scenic vistas, Butte is the place to be.

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Day Trips from Bozeman

Post Date: 05/18/2021

Bozeman, Montana, sits in an ideal spot for exploring the scenic southwestern portion of the state. Positioned at the eastern edge of the Gallatin Valley, mountain ranges ring around every side of this classic mountain town. Plus, its proximity to top Montana attractions makes it a perfect jumping-off point for...

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Ghost Town Tour of Montana

Post Date: 09/21/2022

Montana has a lot of history, from plate tectonics and ice ages to the first settlement and the storied history of native tribes to the westward expansion of European settlers. With a harsh climate, there aren’t always many physical remainders of those bygone days, with a significant exception: ghost towns...

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Montana Camping Tips

Post Date: 07/27/2022

Montana seems to be made for camping, with that big sky full of stars, rivers to jump in, and natural areas to explore. Camping in Montana has a low barrier for entry, with plenty of spots to choose from. And it’s one of the best ways to connect with the...

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