MONTANA | UNITED STATES
Montana is a beautiful state. Plenty of amazing recreation opportunities; few cool places to be found, no jobs left.
The Northern and Central Bitterroot Range, collectively the Bitterroot Mountains, is the largest portion of the Bitterroot Range, part of the Rocky Mountains, located in the panhandle of Idaho and westernmost Montana in the Western United States. The mountains encompass an area of 4,862 square miles (12,593 kmē).
The mountains are bordered on the north by Lolo Creek, on the south by the Salmon River, on the east by the Bitterroot River and Valley, and on the west by the Selway and Lochsa Rivers. Its highest summit is Trapper Peak, at 10,157 feet (3,096 m).
The Madison range sits in south-western Montana, right between Yellowstone and Bozeman. The range is most known for the Spanish Peaks which are beautiful Craggy mountains in the northwestern part of the mountains.
Home to Big Sky and Moonlight Basin, this range offers quite a bit for backcountry skiers.
The Whitefish range stretches north-south from BC to Montana. It's about 76m long and 58m wide. The peaks are not particuliarly high,and sitting just west of Glacier National Park consists of mostly wilderness. The area supports a variety of conifers including western red cedar and douglas fir.
Backcountry skiing is dangerous. Use our online backcountry skiing guide at your own risk.