Spring has sprung and temperatures are finally warming up in the great state of Montana. The changing of seasons is a great time to get outside and explore the state's breathtaking beauty. Taking a road trip also gives you the opportunity to check out some popular roadside attractions throughout Montana.

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If you're traveling between Bozeman and Missoula, there are a lot of great places where you can learn about the state's history and take in some incredible scenery. If you head west on I-90, you'll find a variety of great roadside attractions.

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Snacks are an essential part of almost any road trip, so you'll want to stock up at a gas station or grocery store before you go. The distance between Bozeman and Missoula is approximately 200 miles, and you may want to stop and stretch your legs along the way.

In Butte, you can take a trip into the past and explore the city's interesting mining history. You may not know this, but Butte was once one of the richest cities in the world. Butte is only one of the great places to stop between Bozeman and Missoula.


If you enjoy fishing, you might want to bring a fishing pole along with you on your trip. There are several places along the way that offer great opportunities for fishing. You should also bring along a pair of binoculars because you never know what types of wildlife you'll encounter.

Making stops may increase your trip time, but by doing so, you can create fantastic memories and make your trip unforgettable.

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