Art From Montana comprehensive on-line collection of some of the finest
western art available.
Montana is ranked 4th in size, but 44th in population and 48th in population density of the 50 United States.
The western third of Montana contains numerous mountain ranges.
Smaller island ranges are found throughout the state.
In total, 77 named ranges are part of the Rocky Mountains.
AFM utilizes the talents of several different
artists and companies to compile our vast array of artistic works.
The artists and companies AFM represents use a broad range of mediums
in their works, from pen and ink drawings,
to historical western art, cultured marble, wood and laser,
leather, and polyurethane protected prints.
O. C. Seltzer
If you love paragliding, water skiing, hiking, golf, or snow skiing, then you must pay a visit to Crans
Montana. Just the drive up the mountain side to get there will take your breath away. Have you ever looked DOWN on clouds from the window of your car? These twin towns have much to offer, including an impressive view of the chain of mountain peaks from the Matterhorn to Mont Blanc and a wide program of activities all year round. The modern side of Crans-Montana offers the most extensive alpine shopping for miles around. A wide range of accommodation is available. It is also a venue for major sporting events, and with a reputation as a golfing Mecca, Crans-Montana draws visitors from all over the world. It is a family-friendly resort, where you can enjoy five swimming lakes; walks through aromatic mountain forests along an extensive network of footpaths; and cosy fondue evenings in rustic inns. Because I love the snow and fondue! Crans Montana is number five
The lobby also provides access to the Great Northern Dining Room where you can get all your classic
favorites along with great steaks, ribs, and BBQ. All served with a unique hospitable Montana flair.
Micro-brews and wines are available with your meal.
Is a two-bed room facility located near the 9th hole of the historic Glacier Park Lodges hot golf course.
(the first golf
course in Montana) Facilities include two-bed rooms with queen size beds, two bath rooms a complete kitchen
and living room with a television, there is a patio and outdoor grill along with a spectacular mountain view of Glacier National Park. (You better reserve early for this one)
The most prominent feature of Hope and Clark Fork, Idaho is Lake Pend Oreille. With 111 mile of coastline
and 148 square miles, it is one of North America's prominent lakes, and the nation's fifth deepest. Formed by cataclysmic floods when the mile high Ice Age ice dam broke time after time, the features of the land and lakes of Bonner County and Western Montana all the way to the coast in Oregon were formed by these monumental floods. Just one of these deluges was ten times the combined volume of all the rivers on earth, with walls of water moving at super highway speeds. To learn more about the Ice Age Floods visit Ice Age Floods Institute.org
In the 19th century the Clark Fork Valley, like the shores of Lake Pend Oreille around Hope, was best
inhabited by the Flathead tribe of Native Americans. It was explored by Meriwether Lewis of the Lewis and Clark
Expedition during the 1806 return trip from the Pacific. The river is named for William Clark.
A middle segment of the river in Montana was formerly known as the Missoula River.
Publishes articles on Montana recreation, contemporary issues, people, natural history, cities,
small towns, humor, wildlife, real-life adventure, nostalgia, geography, history, byways and
infrequently-explored countryside, made-in-Montana products, local businesses, and environment.
Pays approximately $0.25 per word.
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