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Area Information

The state of Montana is located in the northwestern region of the United State of America. As one of the Rocky Mountain States, Montana is bordered by North Dakota, South Dakota, Wyoming, Idaho, and the Canadian provinces of British Columbia, Alberta, and Saskatchewan. The state capital of Montana is Helena. As the nations fourth-largest state, Montana covers an area of 94 million acres (38 million hectares).

Business Information

Montana is known for its mineral deposits, and the mining of copper, silver, gold, platinum, zinc and lead is important to the states economy. Other industries in the state are agriculture, timber, tourism, oil, and gas. Montana’s chief crops are wheat, barley, sugar, beets, hay, and oats. Top employers with office space or other facilities in Montana include Albertson’s, Northwestern Energy, Avitus Group, St. Patrick Hospital, Benefis Healthcare, St. Peter’s Hospital, and Billings Clinic Health System.

Entertainment And Dining Out

There are many things to see and do in Montana. More than a quarter of the state is dedicated to national forest and public lands, with over 5 million acres (2 million hectares) protected as wilderness areas. Montana is a gateway to the Yellowstone National Park. With over 500 species of wildlife in the state, it is common to see elk, deer, antelope, wolves, and in the wilderness area – bears. Other attractions include Glacier National Park, Yellowstone National Park, Museum of the Rockies, Museum of the Plains Indian, Black Feet Reservation, Little Bighorn Battlefield, National Monument and Custer National Cemetery, Flathead Lake, and the Lewis and Clark Interpretive Center. Montana is home to a large number of cattle ranches and beef plays an important part in the states diet. Local specialties include buffalo burgers, buttermilk biscuits, white honey, and Smettanick pie (cherry jam, almonds and sour cream). There is also a wide range of international cuisine available throughout the state.

Transport Information

The most common way to get around Montana is to drive, with Interstate Highways 15 and 90 running through the middle of the state. There are several major airports, including Billings, Missoula, Helena, Great Falls, Bozeman, and Kalispell. There are Amtrak train routes throughout the state, as well as intercity bus services.

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