City Spotlight: Montana’s Wilderness Cities

Posted on October 8, 2012


Learn about your favorite cities with maps!  At DaVinci Business Graphics, we provide educational and decorative maps to help you learn more about the countries, states, and cities that interest you.  Today, we shine our city spotlight on the untamed, wilderness cities of Montana.      

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Montana is a state overflowing with natural resources and exquisite scenery.  If you’re looking for a little bit of wilderness away from city life, Montana is the place.  But don’t wonder too far off into the wilderness.  Montana has the largest Grizzly Bear population of all the lower 48 states!

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Montana’s Locals

There are more elk, deer, and antelope in Montana than there are people.  Billings is the only city with a human population over 100,000, while Missoula and Great Falls are the only cities with a population over 50,000.  In fact, 46 out of Montana’s 56 counties are so sparsely populated that they are considered “frontier counties” (with an average population of 6 or fewer people per square mile).

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Explore the Wilderness

If you are interested in exploring mountains or lakes, Montana has got both in spades.  6 Montana counties have a beautiful view of the Rocky Mountains.  Glacier National Park sits next to the city of Kalispell and receives around 2 million visitors every year.  Yellowstone National Park is next to the cities of Gardiner, West Yellowstone, East Yellowstone, and Cooke City.

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If you’re interested in learning more about any city, or are planning a trip to any of the unique regions across the country, contact DaVinci Business Graphics.  We carry maps of Montana as well as maps of every state, county, and city in the US.  We provide you with map books to help navigate your trip, and wall maps to decorate your home or office.

Contact DaVinci Business Graphics today.  We can help you find the map that’s just right for you. 

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