Wintry environments and landscapes can perfectly be the ideal scenario for a beautiful and romantic honeymoon, perhaps even more than beaches since fireplaces and warm hugs are much more needed and extended there. Montana is mostly enjoyed through its nature since all of its landscapes are particularly beautiful and incredible.
Montana invite honeymooners to feel like in a complete different world where there is no room for worries, for stress or for anxiety.
To begin with our journey let us give you some useful information about this state. Montana is located on the northwest of the United States, sharing its borders with the states of North Dakota, South Dakota, Wyoming and Idaho, while at its north it is bordered by Canada and the Canadian provinces of British Columbia, Alberta and Saskatchewan.
It is the fourth biggest state but one of the least populated ones, in part due to its severe and cold climate.
You can divide Montana into Eastern and Western regions, which are separated by the Rocky Mountains.
The first region is flatter and filled with lots of river and plains, while the western one is characterized by its high mountains and glaciers. While Helena is the capitol city of the state, Billings occupies the place of the largest one.
All that there is to do is to observe the magic and the enormity of such perfect images while romancing in a comfortable cruise or while having a romantic dinner together.
In this sense, in Montana you will surely enjoy the fantastic Yellowstone National Park, as well as the Pompey’s Pillar National Monument and the Glacier National Park for you to enjoy the beautiful lake surrounded by the impressive Rocky Mountains.
In these national parks and natural environments you can enjoy sports in case you want your honeymoon to be vibrant and dynamic.
Besides, you can choose the most romantic and adorable honeymoon cabins where to have a delicious meal or a hot chocolate next to a gorgeous fireplace.
However, Montana also has several beautiful cities and towns. There you can enjoy the comfort of urban life while you still travel to the countryside to discover the magic of Montana’s natural scenery.
Among such cities, Billings is without a doubt the most important and if you choose to stay there, you definitely have to visit the Yellowstone Art Museum, as well as the Pictograph Cave State Park, the Rimrock Mall or lots of adventure excursions and cultural events.
Virginia City is a particular case since it is a small village where Far West tradition still lives and it is perfect for honeymooners that are willing to enjoy tranquility and quietness.
Due to its cold weather, Montana is home to many winter sports and activities such as hiking, climbing, mountain biking, horseback riding, skiing, snowboarding, skateboarding and wagon train adventures.
Ski centers such as Big Mountain, Big Sky Resort, Bridger Bowl Ski Area, Moonlight Basin, Red Lodge Mountain, Snowbowl Ski Are and Turner, also offer accommodation and numerous restaurants and houses.
Montana’s culinary tradition is centered on meat and beef, but the major cities will give you the option to search for different types of food and drinks, being beer the most popular beverage of this state.
Montana also has lots of historical places and museums if you are interested in getting to know this state’s past. Among them we must mention the Nez Perce National Historical Park, the Lewis & Clark National Historic Trail, the Grant-Kohrs Ranch National Historic Site and the Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument.
Discovering Montana’s history and culture with your loved one will surely make you fall in love with the state and will amaze so much that you won’t be willing to leave.