Offers full list of higher education institutes in the state of
Montana, including public and private schools, as well as 4-year
universities leading to a bachelor's degree and 2-year technical
colleges in Montana.
ABBREVIATIONFINDER: List of all definitions and their
translations of acronym MT, including Montana and other major
meanings of abbreviation MT.
TOPSCHOOLSINTHEUSA: Alphabetical list of public, two year community
colleges in Montana including number of student, campus settings, current
president, phone number and physical address of each school within Montana.
List of all cities, towns, and villages in Montana, each covering
population, zip codes, airports, libraries, colleges, universities, schools,
and hospitals as well as state map of Montana.
Welcome to Butte, the “richest hill on earth”, as locals
often boast. When you get into town for the first time, you will
quickly find that Butte is more than just an ordinary town. At
the end of the 19th century, the world's most productive copper
mine was located here, and gold and silver were mined
nearby. Around 1920 Butte was the largest city in Montana with
around 60,000 inhabitants. Mining continued to play an important
role until the mid-1980s.
Today, tourism is the city's main source of income, due to
the many well-preserved mine buildings and the famous Berkeley
Pit, a former copper mine. On tours that take you to the main
sites of the mining era, you will learn a lot about Butte's
past, present and future.
The charming city itself also thrills with shops, cafés and
restaurants. To the east of the village are the ringing rocks,
which sound when you hit them gently with a hammer. The city
receives special attention from its great outdoor offers, such
as: B. ATV tours (quad tours), mountain biking or canoe tours on
the lakes and rivers.
Highlights in Butte
- Montana Folk Festival
Framed by the striking winding towers, one of the largest
free folk festivals in the northwest takes place in
Butte. The event extends over a weekend in mid-July each
- Historic District
The Old Town District, which is
particularly protected as a National Historic Landmark,
contains many Victorian buildings that revive the flair of
the early 20th century.
- Berkeley Pit
About 3 miles outside of Butte is the 500 meter deep hole of
the former opencast mine, which filled up with water again
by switching off the underground pumps. Even if the water is
highly contaminated, it is a unique sight.
Facts & Figures
Foundation: late 19th century
Area: 445 km²
Height: 1,740 m
One of the most diverse small towns in the Montana Rocky
Mountains is Bozeman. The place is blessed with a colorful mix
of ranchers, artists, professors, ski enthusiasts and
entrepreneurs who have been drawn to the breathtaking nature and
unique recreational opportunities in Yellowstone state. Bozeman
is often called the most livable place in the world. Look
forward to world-famous spots for fly fishing, spectacular
mountains that are ideal for hiking or mountain biking, or
climbing, skiing and hunting adventures in the Montana
Incidentally, Bozeman is also an excellent base for exploring
the Yellowstone National Park. Bozeman Yellowstone International
Airport is the region's hub and is served by many major American
cities. From there it is only around 120 kilometers to the north
entrance of Yellowstone National Park.
But there is also a lot to experience in Bozeman itself. Pay
a visit to the beautiful historic old town and discover art
galleries, museums, boutiques and delicious food in many
restaurants and cafes. And if you have explored the city
extensively, it is worth taking advantage of the many
opportunities in the surrounding area with a fascinating
mountain panorama. Bozeman has something for everyone in summer
Surrounded by extensive forest landscapes, crystal-clear
rivers, endless prairies and snow-covered mountains, Bozeman is
the Mecca for outdoor activities. Whether rafting, ziplining,
hiking, climbing, rodeo, golfing - everything is possible
here. Or you go to "Stein-Hatz" and find fossilized fossils,
agates, crystals and garnet stones. Montana is not called
"Treasure State" for nothing.
Highlights in Bozeman
- Museum of the Rockies
Located on the Montana State University campus, it is
considered one of the best research and history museums in
the world. A huge dinosaur skeleton greets you at the
- American Computer & Robotics Museum
This museum gives you a glimpse into the history of
technology and computers. As the world's oldest museum
dedicated to the history of PC's, you can explore the
beginnings of digitization with free entry.
- Big Sky
Big Sky is primarily known as a ski area. A huge area and
Eldorado for skiers stretches under the wide sky of
Montana. But even in summer you can experience many
adventures here and switch off from everyday life while
playing golf, rafting or hiking.
- Downtown Bozeman
The idyllic and historic downtown Bozeman invites you to
stroll, shop and enjoy the almost 300 days of sunshine a
Facts & Figures
Foundation: August 1864
Area: 49.6 km²
Height: 1,461 m
Airport: Bozeman Yellowstone International
Gates of the Mountains, Montana
Halfway between the Yellowstone and Glacier National Parks
are the Gates of the Mountains, one of the must-see destinations
when visiting Montana. Meriwether Lewis, who wrote in his diary,
was responsible for the naming: "... from the singular
appearance of this place I called it the Gates of the Mountains"
- the gates of the mountains. Even today you are one of the most
famous landmarks of the Lewis & Clark expedition.
The two-hour boat tour starts on the coast of the Missouri
River, at the foot of the Rocky Mountains between Helena and
Great Falls. Board one of the comfortable open-air ships and
sail through the magnificent landscape, which Meriwether Lewis
already loved. The highlights of this tour are wooded slopes,
rugged rock formations and the peaceful beauty of the Missouri
Tourists from all over the world have been following the
Lewis & Clark paths for more than 125 years and every year more
than 30,000 people explore this wonderful area by boat. It is a
journey back in time to the way Lewis experienced it more than
200 years ago and lets you experience the original nature.
Highlights on the Lewis & Clark Trail
- General information of the Lewis & Clark Trail
The huge trail is the second longest historical trail in the
USA and has numerous small and large highlights.
- Lewis & Clark Interpretive Center Giant Springs
You will find a lot of interesting and useful information
for your trip on the Lewis & Clark Trail in the Interpretive
Center. With exhibitions, a cinema and ranger tours with
pieces to touch, you will get to know history up close.
- Crimson Bluffs
This area was advertised by Lewis and Clark as one of the
most beautiful during their trip. Discover this wonderful
region for yourself!
Facts & Figures
Length: 5,950 km
Illinois, Missouri, Kansas, Iowa, Nebraska, South
Dakota, North Dakota, Montana, Idaho, Washington, Oregon
Expedition period: 1805 - 1806
Dawson Community College
Valley Community College
Little Big Horn College
Montana State University - Billings
State University - Bozeman
State University - Northern
Montana State University-Billings College of Technology
of Great Falls