Montana, nick-named the Treasure State, its biggest attraction is its rugged and pristine beauty.
The state is home to two wilderness national parks (Glacier and Yellowstone), two famous explorer routes (Lewis & Clark and the Pez Perce Trail) and speckled with seas of wildflower meadows, fresh water bountiful lakes and streams, big cities, small towns, ghost towns, old gold mines, standing historical remnants and enough wandering buffalo, moose and grizzly bears to make a wildlife photographer's day.
More than 950,000 people live in the state, whose major industry is agriculture, followed closely by tourism.
Visitors don't have to venture far to enjoy activities such as fishing, hiking, skiing, hunting, and bike riding.
Russell Country Central Montana offers visitors plenty of things to do, recreation and many events throughout the area.