Whitewater Rafting: Riding a raft over rapids is one of the most amazing experiences ever. It will challenge your abilities to think on your feet; you’ll feel exhilarated. When packing, think about quick-drying clothing. You’ll want to wear a bathing suit or board shorts; sunscreen is a must. A helmet, sunglasses, water shoes, and a floating wrist strap are also necessary.
Hiking: I envy you if you’re headed to Montana to do some hiking. You’ll see landscapes that will take your breath away. When hiking through the terrain of places like Glacier National Park, you’ll want to have a good pair of hiking boots, pants, a t-shirt and more so you can wear layers.
Visiting Parks: Montana is home to fifty-five state parks and eight national parks with enough scenery to keep nature lovers busy for a lifetime. When you go to parks, we suggest you dress the same way you would if you were hiking. Jeans, t-shirts, flannels, and good hiking shoes are a must, even if you don’t plan on wandering off the beaten path.
Taking in the Culture: Wildlife and nature aren’t the only things you will find when visiting Montana. Cities like Helena and Boseman have restaurants and bars. You can go to the rodeo and visit historical landmarks. You can still wear jeans or a denim skirt for these types of outings. But this is the best time to wear those boots.
Skiing: When it comes to skiing, there are few places better for it than Big Sky Country. Montana has a lot of snow, which is fantastic when hitting the slopes. Don’t forget your ski boots, goggles, hat, snowsuit, and a great pair of gloves to keep yourself dry and warm.