Missoula (Montana)

 Along with a bustling downtown full of historic buildings, the city has a variety of entertainment options, including free museums, famous carousels, and lavish theatres.

Clark Fork Riverfront Trail

The city's major pedestrian thoroughfare, the Riverfront Trail, is a fantastic location to get a taste of Missoula's scenic surroundings.

"M" Trail

During your visit, you absolutely must trek the "M" Trail on Mount Sentinel. Initially called Mount Woody.

Rattlesnake National Recreation Area

Four miles north of Missoula, in the considerably larger Lolo National Forest, sits the Rattlesnake National Recreation Area.

Fly Fishing

As author Norman Maclean demonstrates, fly fishing has long been a way of life in Missoula.

Historic Wilma Theater

The iconic Wilma Theatre, which first opened its doors in 1921, has long been one of Missoula's most significant cultural centers. 

Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation

The Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation, one of many conservation organizations with its headquarters in Missoula, works to save elk and other animal habitat.

Ski at Snowbowl

The Montana Snowbowl is a popular winter sports location in the area and is located 12 miles northwest of Missoula for those seeking some downhill action.

Lolo National Forest

The expansive Lolo National Forest, which spans more than two million acres and is one of Montana's most significant timber resources, encircles Missoula on all sides.

Missoula Downtown and Hip Strip

Downtown Missoula offers a variety of entertaining activities every night of the week, including chic boutiques, striking art galleries, tasty local restaurants.