100 Classic Hikes: Montana: Glacier National Park, Western Mountain Ranges, Beartooth Range, Madison and Gallatin Ranges, Bob Marshall Wilderness, Eastern Prairies and Badlands by Douglas Lorain Written by bestselling guidebook author Douglas Lorain, 100 Classic Hikes: Montana includes hikes in all corners of the state, including the vast eastern Montana prairies around the Bitter Creek, the fluted terrain of Makoshika State Park outside of Glendive; and the unusual natural bridges in the Terry Badlands near Ekalaka. Most of the trips, however, are scattered around the mountains of western Montana in renowned places like the Bitterroot Range, Anaconda-Pintler Wilderness, Sapphire Range, Madison Range, Crazy Mountains, Bob Marshall Wilderness Complex, and, of course, Glacier National Park. The emphasis is on day hikes but, Lorain also includes backpacking excursions for those looking for a more extended adventure. Montana has always been a destination tourist state, especially for hikers who consistently rate Glacier National Park as the premier hiker’s national park in the country. Now they have the premier guide to this stunning and diverse landscape.
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- A breathtakingly beautiful state gets a feature-packed, full-color guidebook worthy of its scenery
- Includes a range of outings from easy to strenuous, day hikes to backpacks
- Every hike showcases something special, from views to lakes to geological features and more