One of the World’s Quietest Places Is Located In Montana
If you're in search of peace and quiet, you don't have to look far in Montana. One location in the state is known as one of the quietest places in the world.
The ability to slow down and unplug is one of the many advantages of living in Montana. Even the state's most populated cities aren't that popular compared to larger cities in other states.
Quiet Parks International has put together a list of 10 parks around the world where you can go for an escape from noise pollution and truly revel in the solitude of nature. Personally, I feel like there are a lot of places in Montana that could be considered quiet, but one place, in particular, made the list.
Glacier National Park was named one of the quietest places in the entire world, and we're not surprised. GNP is truly a special place and there's nothing else that compares to it. Here's how HGTV describes Glacier National Park.
The rugged mountains in Glacier National Park, Montana are only part of this national park's appeal. There are 700 miles of trails for hikers who enjoy solitude as well as gorgeous alpine meadows, lakes and forests to explore.
There's another place in Montana that could be considered one of the quietest places in the world, and that's the Bob Marshall Wilderness Complex located in northwestern Montana. The complex includes three Wilderness areas: the Great Bear, the Scapegoat, and the Bob Marshall Wilderness. Together the Bob Marshall Wilderness Complex makes up an area of more than 1.5 million acres, the third largest in the lower 48 states.