WHAT YOU SHOULD KNOW BEFORE YOU MOVE TO MONTANA    

HISTORY & CULTURE

Montana's name comes from the Spanish word “montaña” (mountain). Indiginous natiuves fought against the European settlers, with the Battle of Little Bighorn occuring in Hardin.

NATURAL BEAUTY

For those who love nature and all its splendor, Montana is paradise as it has a landscapes filled with lakes, geysers, mountains, plains, rivers and an abundance of picturesque scenery.

CLIMATE

North of the Rocky Mountains is a Northern Pacific Coast climate - summers here are cooler and winters are milder. The eastern part of Montana, has plains and badlands in addition to harsher weather conditions.

DRIVERS LICENSE

When it comes to updating your driver’s license, all you need to do is to present your current one along with other documents. You can take care of this at any local DMV.

REAL ESTATE

Montana homes are listed at an average of $453,116 with the price for median sales at just above $151,300. For more information about Montana real estate, visit the Montana Association of Realtors.

MOVING & STORAGE

One of the secrets to successful relocation is working with a reputable company. Before your move to Montana, be sure to check with the US DOT or the FMSCA to make sure your mover is legitimate.

36 Fun Things to Do in Montana

There are so many cool, hidden, and unusual things to do in Montana, but we only had room for 36! Check out this article by Atlas Obscura for some fun things to do.

2018 Best Places to Live in Montana

Explore the best towns and cities to live in Montana based on factors such as crime, public schools, cost of living, job opportunities, and local amenities.

Visit Glacier National Park

Among more than 700 miles of hiking trails, Glacier National Park has a route to photogenic Hidden Lake. Other activities include backpacking, cycling and camping.