How Does Only One Montana Town Land On This List?
Out of all the lists for Montana towns to be on, it would make sense Montana would have a few spots on this list, right?
Fall is upon us in Montana. This involves cooler weather and colors changing in nature. It's a fantastic time to live in Montana. Who doesn't love the cool breeze, sweatshirts, and leaves rustling everywhere you go? It's a great time in Montana.
We came across a list of the Best Fall Towns in America for 2023, and we expected to see a few Montana towns on this list. After going through all 55 spots, we were surprised to learn only one Montana town made the list, and we were slightly baffled.
Which Montana town made the list? It's something you wouldn't expect.
According to Country Living, the Best Fall Town in Montana for Foliage is the quaint town of West Glacier at #32. The publication picked West Glacier over other Montana towns because of the heavily wooded areas where the colors can't be beaten.
West Glacier is pretty spectacular during the fall. The forests are gorgeous, and the scenery is fantastic, but some other Montana towns should've been considered for this list.
One town in Northwest Montana is the perfect place to see the leaves and trees change color, and its scenery is beautiful. That town is Libby. Sure, the drive up there is rough, but the views during the fall are worth it.
Another town that should have been considered is Lincoln. This place might not have sidewalks to enjoy the leaves, but the forests covering the surrounding mountains change color in the best way.
Are there other Montana towns that should've made the list of Best Fall Towns?
For more details, check out Country Living.