Enjoy the official company offering Montana boat rentals and jet ski services located in the United States offering the widest selection of motorized rentals at all boating lakes, rivers, and reservoirs. Our services cover the entire state and others which border; and here we have great information on what the area offers. The western third of Montana contains numerous mountain ranges nice for hiking, biking, camping, and adventures. Smaller, “island ranges” are found in the central third of the state, named ranges of the Rocky Mountains. Montana has several nicknames, none official,including: “Big Sky Country” and “The Treasure State”, and slogans that include “Land of the Shining Mountains” and more recently, “The Last Best Place”. It is the forth most extensive, but the seventh least populous and the third least densely populated of the 50 States. The economy is primarily based on services, with ranching, wheat farming, oil and coal mining in the east, and lumber, tourism, and hard rock mining in the west. Millions of tourists annually visit Glacier National Park, the Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument, and three of the five entrances to Yellowstone National Park. The state and national parks are well maintained so you can enjoy the outdoors.
Montana is the fourth largest state in the United States (after Alaska, Texas, and California), the largest landlocked state. To the north, Montana shares a 545-mile border with three Canadian provinces: British Columbia, Alberta, and Saskatchewan. To the east, the state borders North Dakota and South Dakota and To the south lies Wyoming and to the west and southwest is Idaho. Montana also contains numerous rivers, many of which are known for “blue-ribbon” trout fishing, while also providing most of the water needed by residents of the state, and hydropower.
Interesting facts include West of the divide, the Clark Fork of the Columbia rises in the Rocky Mountains near Butte and flows northwest to Missoula, where it is joined by the Blackfoot River and Bitterroot River, and further downstream by the Flathead River, before entering Idaho near Lake Pend Oreille, exiting it by the Pend Oreille River which flows west, then north through Washington into Canada. Just over the border, it meets the Columbia River which you can enjoy houseboating, jet skis, boat rentals, and water sport lessons and tours. The Clark Fork passes the greatest volume of water of any river exiting the state. The Flathead and Kootenai rivers also drain major portions of the western half of the state.