How To Have A Great Time In Montana Without Spending A Dime

With the weather warming up, we're going to want to get out and do things in Montana, yet these days everyone is seemingly trying to nickel and dime you over everything.

Thankfully there are still a few things out there in Montana that you can do that won't cost you any money.

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What Is The Number One Free Thing To Do In Montana

Together the websites Stacker and Tripadvisor came up with a list of 30 ways you can have a good time in Montana without costing you any money.

When it comes to the top rated activity, I sort of question their definition of "free."

It's not like there is an admission free or a ticket to purchase, but technically it will cost you some money in a roundabout way.

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Beartooth Highway Pass in Montana on a clear day.

Take A Drive Along The Beartooth Highway

According to both Stacker and Tripadvisor, the best thing you can do that is free in Montana is to drive along the Beartooth Highway.

This is an amazing drive that Charles Kuralt of CBS News once called "the most beautiful drive in America."

As I mentioned earlier, is this really FREE?

With the cost of gas these days, this might be one of the more expensive weekend activities you do, especially depending on how far away from Beartooth you live.

Surprisingly enough, this isn't even the most scenic drive in Montana. To see what that is, check out the gallery below. 👇

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