Category: History

Livingston, Montana

Livingston, Montana is home to approximately 7,300 people and is considered the Original Gateway City to Yellowstone National Park. When visiting Livingston, you’re sure to find many outstanding year-round activities like dog sledding, skiing and snow tours. Considered a year-round hard working town, with a average home cost of $220,000 and a new hospital, Livingston…

Moonlight Basin

Moonlight Basin, the famous ski resort located in Southwest Montana, stretches from Lone Peak down towards the Madison River Valley. When at Moonlight Basin, you can find a variety of activities for every season. In the winter season, visitors can ski, snowboard, fat bike, dog sled, snowshoe, ice skate, snow tube, and more! With over…

The History of Missoula, Montana

Missoula, Montana known as The Garden City has a population of 69,122 and was founded in 1864. While in Missoula, you can find a variety of amenities including three distinct shopping districts, multiple restaurants, cafés, coffee houses, and breweries. Missoula is known for its culture and is filled with an endless array of arts and…

Why Choose Helena, Montana?

The Helena area has provided the setting for thousands of years of Native Americans, the Lewis & Clark Expedition, the wanderings of fur trappers & gold prospectors, homestead farmers, key transcontinental railroad lines, and the state capital. Helena is a community with a colorful history. Archaeological evidence indicates that people have occupied the greater Helena…