GREAT FALLS – Montana’s Basecamp for Art & Adventure

You may have heard that Great Falls International Airport in Great Falls, Montana offers low costs on airfare to Las Vegas, Phoenix and Los Angeles, but did you know, Great Falls has its own world class experiences to offer? Guests to Great Falls will find a wide range of outdoor adventures and a haven of rich arts, culture, and history in a vibrant, modern community where an expansive, unspoiled, diverse landscape renews one’s spirit.

Great Falls is a basecamp to day hikes in the Bob Marshall Wilderness Complex, south of Glacier National Park, in the Rocky Mountains, as well as in the Little Belt Mountains, Highwood Mountains and Big Belt Mountains. Explore our mining history with a hike through Sluice Boxes State Park. Enjoy fishing, kayaking or paddle boarding on the Missouri River. Witness the world’s largest natural spring and shortest river side by side at Giant Springs State Park.

Great Falls is home to cultural adventures with more museums per capita than any other city in the State. Charlie Russell created works of art that captured our rugged independence. Lewis and Clark spent weeks portaging our five falls and a 25,000 square foot interpretive center commemorates their tenacity. The largest bison cliff jump in North America, First Peoples Buffalo Jump State Park and National Historic Landmark, provides genuine insight to our first people’s independent spirit.

While planning your next trip, if your headed somewhere warm, include a few days in Great Falls before and after and take advantage of two vacations in one, or take your next holiday in Great Falls, Montana’s Basecamp for Art & Adventure.

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