Top 5 Things to Do At Lake Como, Montana
Bearfoot Theory » Montana Travel Blog
by Suzanne Downing
2y ago
If you’ve ever been to Montana or seen photos of Montana’s landscape, you probably already know that there are endless mountain ranges, two large National Parks, and an abundance of rivers and lakes to explore. Although the big National Parks get a lot of attention (and the most visitors) there are a lot of opportunities for you to experience Montana’s beauty off the beaten path and many of these lesser-visited places can be just as spectacular and memorable. Lake Como, Montana is one of those places. Lake Como is nestled in Montana’s famous Bitterroot Valley. It’s located just a few miles fro ..read more
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Clean Drain Dry: Prevent the Spread of Aquatic Invasive Species
Bearfoot Theory » Montana Travel Blog
by Kristen Bor
3y ago
A couple years back when I was in Montana, we had the opportunity to kayak in Bighorn Canyon National Recreation Area and to fish on the Bighorn River. During this trip, we learned about the growing issue of aquatic invasive species in Montana’s rivers and lakes and how their spread can be prevented by 3 simple steps: Clean Drain Dry, which we’ll go over here. This issue isn’t limited to Montana, it’s an issue in bodies of water across the US, and as outdoor recreationists, it’s our responsibility to know how to recreate responsibly on the water whether we’re kayaking, paddleboarding, canoeing ..read more
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The Best Places to Stay In Yellowstone National Park
Bearfoot Theory » Montana Travel Blog
by Kristen Bor
3y ago
Looking for the best places to stay in Yellowstone? Yellowstone is a behemoth of a National Park and there is so much to explore within the park boundaries, so choosing where you will stay during your visit is an important consideration. Luckily, Yellowstone has more hotels and lodging options than any other park and campgrounds are plentiful as well. Behind Yosemite National Park, Yellowstone is routinely the second-most popular national park for camping. Now you are probably thinking, “plan ahead…” And yes, while planning ahead is important in helping you maximize your vacation, if you are p ..read more
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Montana In Winter: 8 Adventurous Activities (Besides Skiing)
Bearfoot Theory » Montana Travel Blog
by Kristen Bor
3y ago
*This post was originally sponsored by Visit Montana back in 2017 and has since been updated. It’s a winter destination I’ve had my eye on for quite some time, and in this blog post, we’ve rounded up 8 adventurous winter activities in Montana that offer the ultimate #MontanaMoment. When most people think of Montana, they picture Glacier National Park’s colorful valleys and high alpine lakes or bison roaming through the wildflowers of Yellowstone National Park. But have you ever thought of visiting Montana in winter? Not only can you find solitude in some of Montana’s most scenic destinations t ..read more
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The Ultimate 7-day Teton & Yellowstone Road Trip Itinerary
Bearfoot Theory » Montana Travel Blog
by Kim Vawter
3y ago
A few years ago, I went up to Jackson, Wyoming for an awesome winter weekend at the Triangle X Ranch just outside of Teton National Park. We did some cross-country skiing and snowmobiling, and ever since I’ve been itching to get back for some summer adventures. But with so much to do up there, planning a trip to the region can be overwhelming. That’s why I was so excited when former Bearfoot Theory Community Manager, Kim Vawter offered to share her 7-day road trip itinerary that took her through both Grand Teton and Yellowstone National Parks. Kim says, “Ever since reading about Bryce Tha ..read more
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15 Winter Destinations for Outdoor Adventure
Bearfoot Theory » Montana Travel Blog
by Kristen Bor
3y ago
With off-season prices, thinner crowds, and the change of seasons, winter is one of my favorite times for outdoor adventure. Whether you are a winter lover and want to hit the slopes on a snowy vacation or are looking for warm weather and sunshine, there are plenty of winter destinations where the season and weather will fit the bill. In this blog post, we’ve rounded up some of our favorite winter destinations for outdoor adventure, as well as a few we’ve got our eye on. So check out this list with options for both snow lovers and sun-seekers, and start planning before winter melts away. Here ..read more
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2019 Adventure Bucketlist: 14 Must-Visit Destinations for Outdoor Travelers
Bearfoot Theory » Montana Travel Blog
by Kristen Bor
3y ago
2019 ADVENTURE BUCKETLIST: 14 MUST-VISIT DESTINATIONS FOR OUTDOOR TRAVELERS The thing about having a love for traveling is that it’s an itch you can never quite scratch. The excitement of tackling your adventure bucketlist and the eager anticipation of it all makes waiting well, kind of fun. Wanderlust, the travel bug, call it what you want…here at Bearfoot Theory we’re always ready for the next outdoor travel adventure and love talking about it, too. So, to kick off 2019 right, we surveyed our team of well-traveled and adventure-loving ladies to find out where we all want to go in 2019. The r ..read more
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7 Reasons to Visit Billings Montana
Bearfoot Theory » Montana Travel Blog
by Kristen Bor
3y ago
7 REASONS TO VISIT BILLINGS *This post is sponsored by Visit Montana Last month we had a chance to visit Billings, Montana. It was our first time in Billings, and we were really impressed by the vibrant scene. From breweries, tasty food, interesting history, and a great trail system, everything that Billings offered really caught us by surprise. In this new blog post, I share some of the reasons it’s worth taking a trip to visit Billings. For our full itinerary, check out this blog post.  #1 – Billing’s Beer Scene Whether you love a hoppy IPA, a hearty stout, a Belgian wheat, or a crisp c ..read more
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7-Day Southeast Montana Road Trip Itinerary
Bearfoot Theory » Montana Travel Blog
by Kristen Bor
3y ago
When it comes to spending time outdoors in Montana, most outdoor enthusiasts are familiar with Montana’s two popular National Parks: Glacier and Yellowstone, both of which are located in the western regions of the state. But as the 4th largest state in the US, surely there is more to see in Montana than these two National Parks. Curious about what else Montana has to offer, a few years ago I partnered with Visit Montana to show off a lesser-known side of the state. On this trip, we planned out an epic week-long Southeast Montana itinerary that included some awesome adventures like hiking in Mo ..read more
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Responsible Boating: Preventing the Spread of Invasive Species in Montana’s waters
Bearfoot Theory » Montana Travel Blog
by Kristen Bor
3y ago
RESPONSIBLE BOATING: PREVENTING THE SPREAD OF INVASIVE SPECIES IN MONTANA’S WATERS Last week when I was in Montana, we had the opportunity to kayak in Bighorn Canyon National Recreation Area and to fish on the Bighorn River. During those activities and through talking to the locals, we learned about the growing issue of aquatic invasive species in Montana’s rivers and lakes and how their spread can be prevented by following the protocols in Montana’s Clean Drain Dry program. Aquatic invasive species are non-native plants, animals, and pathogens that are accidentally introduced into a region th ..read more
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