In Southeast Montana, Big Sky Meets Big Adventure Sponsored by Southeast Montana.

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Out here, in Southeast Montana, find yourself miles away from ordinary and smack-dab in the middle of your own Western adventure. Cowboys still ride their horses over the same land that Lewis & Clark explored on their historic journey west. From local steaks to local beer, we remain authentic to the last drop. Steep yourself in history at one of our national historic sites, like The Battle of Little Bighorn and Pompeys Pillar National Monument. Hike in some of the world’s most unique and beautiful terrains—such as Makoshika State Park or the Terry Badlands — and have the trail all to yourself. This is the land of giants, after all. Dinosaurs roamed these great plains, and now you can uncover their stories while writing your own. Southeast Montana is the home of big sky, big hospitality and of non-stop exploration.

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