Top Tourist Attractions in Helena: Travel Guide Montana

Top Tourist Attractions in Helena: Travel Guide Montana

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3 Popular Attractions In Montana

  • Big Sky Resort: Ski resort in Big Sky, Montana.
    • Glacier Park Lodge: Hotel just outside of the Glacier National Park, located in East Glacier Park, Montana.
    • Lake McDonald: Largest lake in Glacier National Park, located in Flathead County, Montana.

    Montana Facts

    • 46 out of Montana’s 56 counties are considered “frontier counties” with an average population of 6 or fewer people per square mile.
    • Montana has the largest grizzly bear population in the lower 48 states.
    • Every spring nearly 10,000 white pelicans with a wingspan of nine feet migrate from the Gulf of Mexico to Medicine Lake in northeastern Montana.
    • Competing with the D River in Lincoln City, Oregon for the title of the world’s shortest river, the Roe River flows near Great Falls. Both rivers lengths vary from 58 feet to 200 feet. The source for this small river is Giant Springs, the largest freshwater spring in the United States.
    Bozeman
    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

    Bozeman
    Bozeman
    Location in the United States

    Bozeman is located in the United States

    Bozeman
    Bozeman
    Bozeman (the United States)

    Coordinates:

    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 www.bozeman.net [citation needed]

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    Top Tourist Attractions in Helena: Travel Guide Montana:
    Cathedral of St. Helena, Montana State Capitol, Gates of the Mountains, Original Governor's Mansion, Reeder's Alley, Great Northern Carousel , Montana Historical Society Museum, Mount Helena