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  • ISBN-13: 9781888550115
  • Publisher: Champions Publishing/Ultimate Press
  • Publication date: 10/4/2002
  • Edition number: 2
  • Pages: 588
  • Product dimensions: 8.52 (w) x 10.98 (h) x 1.23 (d)

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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 26, 2002

    Ultimate Montana Atlas 2nd Edition

    What is there to see and do in Montana? The answer is simple-just get a copy of the Ultimate Montana Atlas and Travel Encyclopedia. This 600-page softbound book is the ultimate reference guide to the Treasure State. Whenever I travel around Montana, whether for fishing or a tennis tournament, I carry about a half dozen travel guides and reference books so I'm sure not to miss any of those neat out-of-the-way spots that makes our state so special. This book replaces them all. The introductory chapter lists county license plate numbers, the "Cowboy Wave", movies made in Montana, a Montana glossary and even the infamous "gumbo." On a trip to Lewistown, I learned that town was the geographical center of the state. I also learned the Ringlings, of circus fame, owned over 100,000 acres and once contemplated establishing a circus headquarters near the town that bears their name. I learned the Murray Hotel in Livingston is still using its original hand-crank, glass door, 1905 Otis elevator. And, closer to home, how to reach Garnet, a ghost town east of Missoula. One thing that separates the Encyclopedia from other travel books is advertising. But, that's not bad. On an April trip to Helena, we read that the Montana City Grill and Saloon, just five miles from Helena, had world famous huckleberry BBQ pork ribs. Not only were the ribs great and the menu large and varied (my wife had lamb kabob), but we were treated to one of the nicest, friendliest waitresses we've ever seen! Without the advertising, we would have missed one of the finest dinners we've ever had in Montana So what else is in the book? More than 350 public campgrounds, 1,796 restaurants, 685 motels, 96 Forest Service cabins, 150 guest ranches and resorts, 140 Lewis and Clark points of interest, 71 public golf courses and 300 museums and historical sites, plus more than 25 hot springs, over 255 hikes, 65 scenic drives, and over 50 ghost towns. This book has it all!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 26, 2002

    Ultimate Montana Atlas 2nd Edition

    I am a college student in Minnesota and recently a few friends and I took a road trip through Montana on our way to Washington. At the recommendation of a parent, we picked up the Ultimate Montana Atlas and Travel Encyclopedia to guide us on our journey. The book not only helped us find our way around the state, but also led us to some sites we would have never thought to explore before. We found beautiful hikes, interesting sites, unique dining and places to stay along the way. This "encyclopedia" has it all! We were disappointed to discover that the Dougherty's have yet to publish books on the other states we passed through. For any traveler discovering Montana, passing through or even natives, this book is a must.

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