We promise that you will never, ever be bored in this state. Even if you hate the outdoors; if, somehow, you despise the cold, sunburn easily, are allergic to rainstorms and flowers, and are colorblind to the vibrant leaves of fall, you can still find world renown entertainment, university sports, intellectual pursuits, entrepreneurial opportunity, and low prices.
But, assuming that you like all those things but also enjoy the magnificence of nature, let me list the ways. Montana has world class skiing in Big Sky Resort, the largest ski area in North America and averages about 400 inches of snowfall per year. Of course, snowmobiling, snow shoeing, cross country skiing, ice climbing, and even ice skating are world class here as well.
The warmer months provide the opportunity to enjoy those same mountains when they are covered in green. Fishing, hunting, hiking, camping, biking, climbing, floating, boating, kayaking and any other "-ing" word you can think of exist in abundance here. Montanans do it all and you can too.
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"Montana should come with a surgeon general warning that it's addictive. The sky is big and blue, and the air is always fresh and crisp and scented with pine. There's a frontier spirit, but also a calmness, beauty in the landscape that slows your pulse.” ― Robin Bielman