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Mount Sentinel

Not far from the University of Montana, Mount Sentinel, also known as Mount Woody, watches guard over the charming city of Missoula. At a height of 1,958 feet (596.79 meters), this majestic mountain is most famous for featuring one of the city's most iconic landmarks, the letter M, on its western face. Marked to signify the end of a trail, now known as the 'M Trail', by the students of the University of Montana, this concrete structure has seen several transformations since it was first secured into the mountain's side in 1908. Today, it is commonly used as a lookout point by avid trekkers and provides panoramic views of the sparkling Clark Fork River, the valley, and the city spread out below. If you ascend further up the trail until you reach the summit of Mount Sentinel, the views get even more rewarding. Witness the magnificence of Mount Jumbo, across the Hellgate Canyon toward the north, while the south blesses you with views of the Bitterroot Mountains.

Montana Natural History Center

The Montana Natural History Center in Missoula strives to promote awareness about nature, paying particular attention to western Montana's natural history. Fun for kids and adults alike, it hosts community programs that include educational outreach and entertaining events like trivia night and nature walks. The museum offers naturalist programs and field days for adults, as well as summer camps and a slew of exhibits designed to catch the eye of your little ones. The natural landscape is such an integral part of what makes "The Treasure State" so special, so anyone traveling through Missoula would be remiss to skip the informative and entertaining Montana Natural History Center.

Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation

Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation was founded by the four hunters Bob Munson, Bill Munson, Dan Bull and Charlie Decker in 1984. The foundation focuses on conservation and restoration of natural habitation. At the museum, you will find interesting wildlife exhibits, ranging from information about elk to photographs, as well as exhibits that illustrate and explain the foundation's conservation efforts and steps taken for the protection of future wildlife population. The foundation has programs where the children and all the visitors are also educated about the values and ethics of hunting.

Saint Francis Xavier Church

St. Francis Xavier Church is the tallest church of Missoula built-in 1892 by the architecture, Mr. Blanchard, under the observation of the priest Father Diomedi. The interiors are of the church as much as mesmerizing as the exteriors. There are beautiful paintings that are more than 100 years old, the paintings were painted by the brother of the Society of Jesus and a kitchen helper when they had free time. So if you are in the city do not miss out on visiting this church and seek some blessing.

Missoula Art Museum

The Missoula Art Museum, also known as MAM, houses several exhibition spaces that primarily celebrate local, contemporary artists. Also included in the permanent collection is the Contemporary American Indian Art Collection, which features more than 130 works and several talented artists. You will find a library, bookstore, and information lounge to help enhance your learning experience. Tours are free of cost.

Bayern Brewing

Bayern Brewing is a premier brewery in Missoula, Montana. Renowned as the sole German brewery in the city, it was started in 1987 by Thorsten Geuer and Jurgen Knoller and has since won several awards. Bayern Brewing manufactures Bavarian beers with well-balanced flavors, producing brews like Bayern Pilsener and Bayern Amber year round. You can also keep an eye out for its seasonal blends. When visiting Bayern Brewing, you'll be plied with delicious samples and German snacks, so come on by for a tour.

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