These free, printable travel maps of Montana are divided into eight regions:
- Missoula and Northwestern Montana
- Glacier National Park
- Butte, Helena, and Southwestern Montana
- The Missouri Headwaters
- Billings and Southeastern Montana
- The Judith Basin and Central Montana
- The Big Open and Northeastern Montana
- The Hi-Line and North-Central Montana
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Travel Maps of Montana
Missoula and Northwestern Montana
Missoula is a friendly student-oriented city that’s home to the University of Montana, legions of writers, and a dynamic arts community. To the south, the narrow Bitterroot Valley is a recreational wonderland.
Glacier National Park
The single most scenic destination in Montana, this park protects a wilderness of lakes, towering glacier-scarred peaks, and fragile alpine meadows. Lake McDonald glimmers at the base of the fantastically carved peaks. You’d be hard-pressed to find a more scenic drive in North America than Going-to-the-Sun Road, which climbs from the lake to cross the Continental Divide.
Glacier National Park: West Glacier and Apgar
Glacier National Park: North Fork
Glacier National Park: Going-to-the-Sun Road
Glacier National Park: St. Mary and Many Glacier
Glacier National Park: Two Medicine and East Glacier
Glacier National Park: Marias Pass and Essex
Glacier National Park: Waterton
Butte, Helena, and Southwestern Montana
This is the region of Montana’s first gold rush and its early mining history. Helena, the state capital, is a gold camp that managed to evolve into an endearing small city filled with fantastic period architecture.
The Missouri Headwaters
In this mountainous region, all roads lead to Yellowstone National Park. Three of the park’s entrances are in Montana. Be sure to stop and spend time in Bozeman, a lively university town filled with art galleries and great restaurants.
Want more maps of Yellowstone? See our Wyoming maps page for full park coverage.
Billings and Southeastern Montana
One absolute must-see in this part of the state is the Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument. The clash of Custer’s troops with the warriors of the Sioux and Cheyenne Nations is one of those defining moments in history, and the battlefield is one of the West’s most haunted places.
The Judith Basin and Central Montana
Rolling prairies and isolated mountain ranges make this one of Montana’s most lovely, low-key destinations.
The Big Open and Northeastern Montana
As its name indicates, this part of Montana is full of wide-open spaces. If you’re looking for unadulterated Western experience, stop in little towns such as Malta or Jordan for an eyeful of cowboy and cowgirl culture.
The Hi-Line and North-Central Montana
This mostly flat agricultural area brushes up against the front range of the Rocky Mountains. Great Falls is home to the new Lewis and Clark National Historic Trail Interpretive Center, which retells the story of the Corps of Discovery’s 1804–1806 journey from St. Louis to the Pacific and back.