Top 10 Must-See Destinations on a Western Road Trip

Top 10 Must-See Destinations on a Western Road Trip

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3 Popular Attractions In Montana

  • Glacier Park Lodge: Hotel just outside of the Glacier National Park, located in East Glacier Park, Montana.
    • Little Bighorn Battlefield: National monument commemorating those who perished in the U.S.-Native Indian war on June, 1876, located in southern Montana.

    Montana Facts

    • In 1888 Helena had more millionaires per capita than any other city in the world.
    • Virginia City was founded in 1863 and is considered to be the most complete original town of its kind in the United States.
    • Montana is home to seven Indian reservations.
    • Glacier National Park has 250 lakes within its boundaries.
    Aerial view of Bozeman

    Aerial view of Bozeman
    Flag of Bozeman

    Official seal of Bozeman

    Location of Bozeman, Montana

    Location of Bozeman, Montana
    Bozeman is located in Montana

    Location in the United States

    Bozeman is located in the United States

    Bozeman (the United States)


    45°40′40″N 111°2′50″W / 45.67778°N 111.04722°W / 45.67778; -111.04722Coordinates: 45°40′40″N 111°2′50″W / 45.67778°N 111.04722°W / 45.67778; -111.04722[1] Country United States State Montana County Gallatin Founded August 9, 1864 Named for John Bozeman Government

    •Type City commission/City manager •Mayor Cyndy Andrus[2]City Manager Jeff Mihelich[3] Area

    City 20.40sqmi (52.83km2) •Land 20.35sqmi (52.70km2) •Water 0.05sqmi (0.13km2) Elevation

    4,820ft (1,461m) Population

    City 53,293 •Density 2,618.82/sqmi (1,011.25/km2) •Metro

    118,960 •Demonym

    Bozemanite Time zone UTC−7 (MST) •Summer (DST) UTC−6 (MDT) ZIP codes
    59715, 59717-59719, 59771-59772
    Area code(s) 406 FIPS code 30-08950 GNIS feature ID 0769173 Website [citation needed]


    Top 10 Must-See Destinations on a Western Road Trip


    Thanks to Getty Images for the pictures and videos!

    For this list, we’ll be looking at some of the most stunning, unique and picturesque natural destinations in Western America that you need to check out on your next road trip.

    #10: Monument Valley
    Utah and Arizona

    #9: Valley of Fire State Park

    #8: Sequoia National Park

    #7: Horseshoe Bend

    #6: Jackson Hole

    #5: Lake Tahoe
    California and Nevada

    #4: Upper Antelope Canyon

    #3, #2, #1 . . .??

    13 thoughts on “Top 10 Must-See Destinations on a Western Road Trip

    1. Great video! Found some new places to add to my must see bucket list… Amazing that there are some nut jobs who believe that the Grand Canyon was carved by the fairy tale Great Flood…..

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    3. Grand Canyon sucks. Yellowstone is #1 spot in all of America. Yosemite is up there too. I fart in the general direction of this list.

    4. Wow, photoshop much? Horseshoe Bend is beautiful, but it isn't neon colored. I call BS on several of the other photos too.

    5. The Vermillion Cliffs on BLM land probably has some of the best landscapes I've ever seen.

    6. What i'am seeing on my radar! That the Western seaboard of the United States is sinking in. ITs showing rain once it hit the mountain top and over, turns into snow. and the line runs in the mountain range up and down the western seaboard. WARNING !

    7. Some tragic news for non-American viewers: the wildfires which seem to be commonplace in recent years have so far obliterated a significant percentage of these irreplaceable giants–about 40% so far. If the size and intensity of these beasts continues, they may be totally gone in a few years. Tragic!

    8. lmao where tf is montana, washington, idaho, and oregon creator of this video must be a desert person haha

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