Things To Do & See On The Way To Red Lodge Montana

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There's much to explore in Red Lodge, Montana, but if you're itching for more adventures a little further afield, try one of the following towns and attractions located within the region.

Bighorn Mountains
The Bighorn Mountain range runs from south central Montana into northern and central Wyoming, encompassing Bighorn National Forest, alpine peaks, prairies and canyons. Hike in Cloud Peak Wilderness, horseback ride, hunt, fish, camp, ski, snowshoe, rock climb and cruise one of the scenic byways.

Glacier National Park
Located in northwest Montana, Glacier National Park's dramatic mountain scenery draws thousands of visitors year after year. The 50-mile journey down Going To The Sun Road is an unforgettable experience, and hikers and backpackers will find the perfect trail bisecting this alpine paradise.

Little Bighorn Battlefield
The site of Custer's Last Stand between Sioux and Cheyenne tribes, Little Bighorn Battlefield National Memorial is located 2 hours east of Red Lodge. Take a walking tour of the battlefield and grounds, including memorials, a visitor center, and National Cemetery.

Black Hills, SD
Comprised of rocky hills and pine forests surrounded by plains, the Black Hills region brims with outdoor activities and attractions. Crazy Horse Memorial and Mount Rushmore National Monument commemorate the area's rich history while outdoor activities feature rock climbing, hunting, touring, and caving in area National Parks.

Grand Teton National Park
Located in northwest Wyoming, Grand Teton National Park is a playground for outdoor enthusiasts, but especially for skiers, snowboarders, rock climbers and backpackers. Take a horse-pack trip into the interior, camp at Jenny Lake, or test your mettle as you climb towards Grand Teton peak.

Bozeman, Montana
Just 170 miles from Red Lodge lies the vibrant town of Bozeman, Montana. Surrounded by Gallatin National Forest and the Bridger Mountains, outdoor recreation is abundant. Meanwhile, the community buzzes with a thriving local music and art scene as well as museums, a university, and historic buildings.

Jackson Hole, WY
Jackson Hole is a popular and exciting mountain town, located in northwest Wyoming, surrounded by the Teton Mountains, Bridger-Teton National Forest, and Yellowstone National Park. A steep climb to the top of Snow King, located in the heart of Jackson, provides gorgeous views while a trip through the town showcases local and western art work, clothing boutiques, fine cuisine, sporting goods and fly fishing stores, and entertainment venues.

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