In Central Montana you'll find wide-open spaces and gracious people everywhere you go. It's is a great place to experience Montana's plains and mountains, recreational and cultural opportunities, pioneer and Indian life and rugged, Western past. A destination of its own, or stopping point between Glacier National Park to the north and Yellowstone National Park to the south, make us a part of your journey. You won't be disappointed!
Central Montana bridges the gap between mountains and rolling prairies with orb-stretching big sky in-between. Whether you paddle a canoe down the wild and scenic, history-steeped Missouri River, camp along its White Cliffs or watch the magical spring migration of snow geese flocking to the waters of Freezout Lake, this region is full of stunning diversions. And, don't miss the C.M. Russell Museum in Great Falls.
This non-profit museum reflects the rich natural and cultural history of Montana's pristine Rocky Mountain Front region. Explore fossils, dinosaurs, Native American artifacts, grizzly bears, and the diverse and colorful local history within the Museum complex.
The Choteau Acantha weekly newspaper was originally established in 1893 in Dupuyer, Mont., a small rural community some 30-plus miles north of Choteau. The newspaper was established during the year Teton County was carved out of the much larger Chouteau County region. Three communities, Choteau, Bynum and Dupuyer, vied for the honor of hosting the county seat, and the Acantha's original publishers were convinced Dupuyer should be the county seat. They editorialized in favor of their community to no avail. By popular election, Choteau was the overwhelming choice. Just a few years later, the Dupuyer Acantha moved to Choteau and became the Choteau Acantha. The newspaper has now been published continuously for the past 115 years.
There's a lot more to Choteau than the endless views and wide-open skies that give this Montana town its name. A traditional Western flair, complete with real cowboys that blend easily with luxury and comfort in all aspects of life.
Teton Pass is a 400 acre ski resort, located in the Lewis and Clark National Forest, close to the town of Choteau in Montana.
At Teton Pass you will find zero lift lines, and some of the best back country skiing in Montana, with oh so rare continuous vertical, and some of the friendliest folks around.
One thing you will also notice immediately, is your dollars go so much further than in a typical big ski town.