Montana is known for its beauty. From the golden rolling hills to the majestic mountain peaks, Montana has something for everyone. Which is why it's not a big surprise that it's such a popular spot for tourists from all over.

Each year, hundreds of thousands of folks from the United States and the rest of the world come to Montana to see what we have to offer. So, which Montana spot is the most must-see?

Yellowstone National Park? How about Glacier and Going To The Sun Road? Of course, there is the Beartooth Highway, Big Sky, and Flathead Lake.

So which of the above-mentioned locations are the most must-see? None of them. At least according to one source. The folks over at Worldtraveling.com released a list of the One Must-Visit Road Trip In Each State and when it comes to The Treasure State, you might be surprised at the answer.

Before we reveal the most must-see Montana location, let's look at some great Montana road trip destinations.

5 Of Montana's Best Road Trips

For those looking to hit the highway, Montana has over 70 thousand miles of open road and many of those roads lead to some of the most beautiful places in the world. If you love a good road trip and want to spend time with family or friends, here are 5 of the best Montana road trips.

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What Montana location is the most must-see in the state?

According to the list, it's Lewis and Clark Caverns State Park. The state park is home to one of the biggest limestone caves in the northwestern part of the country, not to mention there are trails to hike and bike, plus camping sites.

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It should be noted that you cannot go through the caves without a tour guide

For those looking to tour the caves, there are two options. There is the Classic Cave Tour which is considered moderately difficult and the Paradise Tour which is perfect for small children and those who might have difficulties with the Classic Tour.

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Do you agree that Lewis and Clark Caverns State Park is the most must-see place in Montana? Which spot would you say is the most must-see? Let us know by sending us a message on our station app.

The Most "Montana" Towns In Montana

If you're looking for the best that Montana has to offer, you might want to start by asking a local and that is exactly what we did. We wanted to know which Montana towns were the most "Montana" and who better to ask than the folks who were born and raised in The Treasure State?

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The Most Popular Lakes In Montana

Montana is home to some of the most beautiful scenery in the country and with over 3000 lakes across The Treasure State, those who are looking to spend time on the water, have lots of options. From the biggest natural water lake west of the Mississippi to the crystal clear waters in our National Parks, check out the most popular lakes in Montana.

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