Montana Road Map
Going to the Sun Highway, Glacier National Park, Montana
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Montana Interstate Highways
Montana's Interstate Highways connect its major cities and facilitate travel between Montana and its neighbors. From its northern terminus at the Canadian border, Interstate Highway I-15 extends southward through Great Falls, Helena, and Butte before leaving Montana at its southern border with Idaho. From Montana's southeastern border with Wyoming, I-90 travelers can drive westward through Billings, Butte, and Missoula before leaving the State at its western border with Idaho. From its western terminus near Billings, I-94 travelers can drive eastward into North Dakota. Montana's auxiliary Interstate Highways serve the cities of Butte and Great Falls. I-115 provides easy access to Butte from I-15, while I-315 provides easy access to Great Falls from I-15.
Montana Scenic Routes
In northwestern Montana, Going-to-the-Sun Road winds through the breathtaking Glacier National Park. This 50-mile drive is open from June through mid-October, but gets overrun with snow drifts of up to 80 feet in winter and takes a full two months to clear. Traveling through the park, visitors will pass Lake McDonald on the left, and the Trail of the Cedars to the right. Birdwater Falls cascades spectacularly down the mountainside and Logan Pass takes drivers to an elevation of 6,646 feet where shaggy mountain goats roam. More information about scenic roads in Montana is available on this America's Byways: Montana web page.
Montana Road Travel Resources
For more information about Montana's roads and transportation infrastructure, visit the Montana Department of Transportation website. For Montana road traffic conditions, visit the Federal Highway Administration's Montana Traffic Information page.
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