Travel Itinerary for Montana Laid Out at USATravelPal.com

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Travelers who are looking for a great vacation away from the hustle and bustle of the big city are discovering a great, new site in USATravelPal.com. One of the great destinations at USATravelPal.com is the great state of Montana.

Travelers who are looking for a great vacation away from the hustle and bustle of the big city are discovering a great, new site in USATravelPal.com. One of the great destinations at USATravelPal.com is the great state of Montana. Found on USATravelPal.com, the Webmaster has laid out a travel itinerary for those interested in the wild and wide expanse of this state. As it is near the Canadian Border, cold-weather clothing is highly recommended if travel is planned in and around the fall and winter seasons.

The destinations in Montana are varied. If one is looking for a getaway and seeking to commune with Nature, then the state of Montana is a great option. According to USATravelPal.com, Montana has several tourist destinations, including, but are not limited to Big Hole National Battlefield, the Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument, Glacier National Park, Flathead Valley, and the cities of Billings, Bozeman, Butte, Great Falls, Helena (the state capital), and Missoula.

Each destination contains an overview of the location, and if necessary, a more in-depth analysis of the location. According to USATravelPal.com, Glacier National Park is one of the most spectacular national treasures that this country has to offer. An excerpt from the website is as follows: "Glacier National Park, is located in the northern section of Montana near the Canadian border. Two thousand lakes and a thousand miles of rivers, threading between forests and meadows make up this beautiful park. Though the park still holds fifty small glaciers, its name comes from the fact that the immense valleys were carved by huge flows of ice, many centuries ago."

Another great destination to visit is the Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument. Located in Southeast Montana, it is the site where the last Native American stand took place and where Colonel George A. Custer lost his life alongside his soldiers (this was known as Custer's last stand). The website USATravelPal.com has further detail and a more in-depth background on this story.

In short, if one is looking for a new place to visit and one is willing to bear with the cold, then the great state of Montana is a great place to visit.

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