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Missoula is located on the west side of the Continental Divide along the Clark Fork River. It is the second most populous city in Montana with an estimated population of 110,977.

Founded in 1860 as a trading post – Missoula provided supplies and a safe rest stop for the Western travelers heading to and from the Washington Territories. In the year 1877 – Fort Missoula was established and is still open today. In 1883 the arrival of Northern Pacific Railroad opened up the region to robust growth and economy.

The history of Missoula is rich in Western lore and has been portrayed in numerous novels and movies. View “ A River Runs Through It” and the days of old Missoula will be brought to life.

Modern Missoula still embodies the rich history with lumber mills in the outskirts, large cattle and hay ranches, the five mountain ranges surrounding the county, and the multitude of wildlife that lives in the area.


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Today, Missoula is a bustling town that has been named as one of the best places to live in numerous publications over the years. It is home to the University of Montana which is recognized for its nationally ranked Law School, Business School, and Pharmacy Department. The U of M Grizzly Football program is one of the strongest contenders in the Division 1 FSC of the NCAA. The mascot, Monte, has been awarded National Capital One Mascot of the Year numerous times and is loved by all who meet him.

Missoula is also home to two top-ranked hospitals and the International Heart Institute providing world-class health care close to come.

You do not have to travel far to experience an abundance of four-season recreational opportunities. The Clark Fork River, Bitterroot River, and the Blackfoot River all are known for excellent fly fishing. There are numerous fly fishing shops that will help outfit and arrange for guides to enhance your experience.

Snowbowl is the local hang out for snow skiing. The hill holds a multitude of competitions from racing to acrobatic events throughout the winter.

The nickname for Missoula is “The Garden City” which is highlighted by over 400 acres of parkland, 22 miles of hiking trails and over 5,000 acres in open space conservation areas.

It is also the headquarters for the Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation and Boone and Crockett.

Getting to Missoula is easy utilizing the Missoula International Airport. It is serviced by United Airlines, Delta, Allegiant Air and Alaska Air with numerous flights throughout the week.

Interested in shopping, cultural events, or dining experiences? Missoula has you covered. National names and boutique storefronts are abundant throughout the region.

This is just a high-level review of what Missoula has to offer. You need to come and experience it.

Here is a link to the Missoula Chamber of Commerce for more community information: