Cut Bank, Montana, sits against the backdrop of the jaw-droppingly gorgeous Rocky Mountain Front where majestic mountain peaks meet rolling hills and wheat fields. Here, in the largest city in Montana’s Golden Triangle, you’ll find unique settings like numerous Hutterite colonies and the Glacier County Historical Museum’s collection of historic buildings. The Blackfeet Nation is within close proximity to town and Glacier National Park is less than an hour away. In addition, you’ll find ease of access to state and federal public lands. Cut Bank offers some pretty unique attributes, including the rock cliffs of the Marias River, a rich railroad history ushering in the oil and gas industry, a gigantic penguin sculpture welcoming people to the “Coldest Spot in the Nation,” a nearby wind turbine farm, and myriad wall murals painted by local artists depicting the town’s history. Cut Bank also boasts an international airport and warm western welcomes.
Cut Bank offers vacation homes, motels and RV parks, and is easily accessible to surrounding towns with additional lodging options.
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