37 Pictures of Montana That Will Make You Wish You Lived There

Where you don’t have to die to go to Heaven.

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1. Welcome to Montana

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Logan Pass, Siyah Bend. Source: Flickr user Mark Stevens

2. With peaks like these, we feel on top of the world.

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Lake Sherburne, Cassidy Curve. Source: Flickr user Steve

3. We all have taken many paths to get here.

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Eastbound Empire Builder. Source: Flickr user Loco Steve

4. By plane,

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Bob Marshall Wilderness. Source: Glacierflighttraining.com

5. on four legs…

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Source: Flickr user Spencer Blake

6. …and on two.

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Absaoka-Beartooth Wilderness. Source: VisitMontana on Facebook

7. Through many feet of snow…

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Mt. Jefferson. Source: Flickr user MotoWebMistress

8. Sled dogs have the most get up and go.

9. We couldn’t imagine our lives without these captivating views.

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Swiftcurrent Falls. Source: VisitMontana on Facebook

10. Or these organic Montana fish sticks.

11. We always get a front row seat in our favorite theater.

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Tongue River. Source: VisitMontana on Facebook

12. And, our horse power doesn’t need gas.

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Miles City. Source: VisitMontana on Facebook

13. We like to take the road less traveled

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Triple Arches, Glacier National Park. Source: Flickr user Loco Steve

14. to get to our favorite towns.

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Whitefish. Source: VisitMontana on Facebook

15. Because no river is too deep,

16. No sky is too vast,

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Browns Lake. Source: VisitMontana on Facebook

17. And no road is too long,

18. to keep us from digging in…

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Hyalite Canyon. Source: VisitMontana on Facebook

19. …or flipping over

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Whitefish Mountain. Source: Whitefish Mountain on Facebook

20. …what makes us smile.

21. Montanans aren’t afraid of anything.

22. And sometimes, that gets us into trouble.

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Miles City. Source: VisitMontana on Facebook

23. This is as BIG as we get.

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Billings, population 166,000. Source: Flickr user Satsuma 61

24. Because we like it quaint, natural, different and surreal.

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Cooke City. VisitMontana on Facebook

25. In Montana, we work hard.

26. And play hard.

27. Sometimes, both at the same time.

28. Montanans make time for family

29 …and our Big Sky Country friends.

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Bannack State Park. Source: VisitMontana on Facebook

30. We can’t find enough ways to celebrate each other.

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Festival of Nations. Source: Festival of Nations on Facebook

31. And we don’t tie ourselves down with too many details.

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Source: Flickr user born 1945

32. Often, we just like to kick back…

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Source: VisitMontana on Facebook

33. and watch our babies grow up to be cowboys.

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Helena. Source: VisitMontana.com on Facebook

34. Montana keeps its heart in the right place.

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Glacier National Park. Source: VisitMontana on Facebook

35. So…

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Montana Bale Trail. Source: VisitMontana on Facebook

36. Stop on by some time.

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Lone Mountain Guest Ranch. Source: VisitMontana on Facebook

37. You’ll feel right at home where the buffalo roam.

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National Bison Range. Source: VisitMontana on Facebook

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About Nick Johnson

Nick Johnson earned his masters in Business Administration from the Drucker School At Claremont Graduate University. He has written for 39 publications across the country and ran the media relations department at Movoto, a real estate portal based in San Francisco. He has been featured in over 500 publications as an expert in real estate and as an authority on real estate trends. .

Nick's the creator of the HomeSnacks YouTube channel that now has over 260,000 subscribers and is an excellent source to learn about different parts of the country.