Montana: Images of the Treasure State



Slide 1 of 32: Wild Goose Island sits in Saint Mary Lake in Montana's Glacier National Park, photographed on September 23, 2015.
Slide 2 of 32: Wrangler Nate Cummins takes the opportunity to ride by moonlight during Montana Horses' annual horse drive outside Three Forks, Montana, on May 4, 2012.
Slide 3 of 32: The historic center of the city of Livingston, situated near Yellowstone National Park, photographed on May 25, 2013
Slide 4 of 32: A casualty marker stands in Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument, marking the site of the 1876 Battle of the Little Bighorn.

Slide 5 of 32: Dogs pull beer kegs over the snow during the Monster Dog Pull at Red Lodge Ales at Sam's Tap Room in Red Lodge, Montana, on February 25, 2018. More than 40 dogs from the region pulled beer kegs in the 11th iteration of the competition to win dog treats and toys.
Slide 6 of 32: A woman fly-fishes in the north fork of the Blackfoot River.
Slide 7 of 32: An overview of the city of Billings, Montana
Slide 8 of 32: Members of the Glasgow High School football team run on their practice field on October 14, 2014, in Glasgow, Montana.
Slide 9 of 32: The 1916 Scandia Lutheran Church stands in an open field south of Malta.

Slide 10 of 32: Groups of visitors raft down the Gallatin River.
Slide 11 of 32: Bison from Yellowstone National Park are released on Montana's Fort Peck Indian Reservation on August 19, 2019, under a program that aims to reduce the shipment of bison to slaughter and establish new herds of the animals.
Slide 12 of 32: Traffic moves along North Montana Street in Butte, Montana, on November 13, 2014.
Slide 13 of 32: A 90-foot statue of the Virgin Mary, named "Our Lady of the Rockies," looks down on the city of Butte, photographed on July 23, 2018.
Slide 14 of 32: Cattle graze in the broad Big Hole Valley with the snow-covered Bitterroot Mountains in the background.

Slide 15 of 32: Canada is seen across the United States border near Havre, Montana, on November 20, 2015.
Slide 16 of 32: People gather for the Bite of Bozeman, a kickoff event for the annual Sweet Pea Festival.
Slide 17 of 32: An eastbound freight train rolls through a curve in Lombard Canyon just east of Toston, Montana, on September 11, 2011.
Slide 18 of 32: Badlands near Hell Creek, Montana
Slide 19 of 32: A bighorn sheep stands on a ridge in Glacier National Park on August 2, 2019.
Slide 20 of 32: A ranger speaks to visitors on the Grinnell Glacier trail in Glacier National Park.
Slide 21 of 32: An aerial view of the Montana State Capitol, in Helena, on a sunny afternoon with a hazy sky caused by wildfires.
Slide 22 of 32: A lone tree stands on a snow-covered prairie near the town of Browning.
Slide 23 of 32: An evening view, looking down Main Street, in Plentywood, a small city in northeastern Montana, on December 5, 2017.
Slide 24 of 32: Snow-covered "ghost trees" stand on the slopes of Two Top Mountain, near West Yellowstone, Montana.
Slide 25 of 32: A grizzly bear walks through Glacier National Park on August 5, 2018.
Slide 26 of 32: Colorful rocks are seen in Glacier National Park's Lake McDonald.
Slide 27 of 32: A view looking northeast, over the Main Hall clock tower and The Oval at the University of Montana, during autumn, with the Missoula Valley stretching out into the distance
Slide 28 of 32: People wearing wetsuits surf and kayak on Brennan's Wave, a man-made wave in the Clark Fork River that runs through the center of Missoula. The wave was dedicated in 2006, and named for Brennan Guth, a local explorer and river advocate who was killed in an accident in a river in Chile in 2001.
Slide 29 of 32: A young bison stands under a stunted pine tree that many bison return to year after year to rub their shaggy spring coats, in Montana's National Bison Range.
Slide 30 of 32: Autumn colors along McDonald Creek in Glacier National Park
Slide 31 of 32: Horses run to the corrals during the Montana Horses' annual horse drive outside Three Forks, Montana, on May 4, 2012. The Mantle family, who owns Montana Horses and who had invited the public to witness horse drives since 2001, were holding their last horse drive. Approximately 300 horses were rounded up and driven 35 miles from their winter range to the Mantle ranch over the course of three days.
Slide 32 of 32: Wrangler Denise Boyd laughs by the campfire during Montana Horses' annual horse drive outside Three Forks, Montana, on May 4, 2012.
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