Montana attractions are full of unpretentious charm and amazing scenic beauty.

Known by many as “the last best place”, the state of Montana, U.S.A. offers inspiring landscapes and easy-going, friendly towns. From antelope-speckled, short grass prairies in the east to snow-capped mountain ranges and free-flowing rivers in the west, Montana is a state of unpretentious charm and amazing scenic beauty. It is also home to Waterton Lake National Park’s American twin, Glacier National Park. Together they form the world’s first International Peace Park and offer tourists a one-of-a-kind experience in exhilaration.

These attractions are within 2 hours of Waterton Lakes National Park.

Montana Attractions

Glacier National Park

With its pristine forests, alpine meadows, rugged mountains and spectacular lakes, Glacier National Park is Waterton’s American twin, just south of the Canadian border. With over 700 miles of trails, a rich history, endless activities for all ages, it’s not surprising that Glacier Park has more than 2 million visitors each year.

Glacier National Park is commemorating its 100th anniversary this year. There is no better time to explore the millions of acres this beautiful park has to offer. This Centennial celebration will provide visitors with the opportunity to learn about the area’s history as well as to appreciate the value of preserving this pristine national treasure.

Going to The Sun Road

One of the most amazing highlights of coming from Glacier National Park to Waterton is driving the Going-to-the-Sun Road. This engineering marvel spans more than 50 miles through the park’s wild interior, winding around mountainsides and treating visitors to some of the best sights in northwest Montana

If you would like to take in the sites but would rather not make the drive, consider a class Waterton-Glacier Red Bus Scenic Tour.