Our mission is to deliver relevant, up-to-date information about the Little Belt Mountain Range. Find recreational opportunities, a local businesses directory, local news, weather and events, history, live webcams and so much more right here in one convenient location. Into the Little Belts is a not for profit organization created for the people, by the people!
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What is Into the Little Belts?
Near the center of the great state of Montana rests The Little Belt Mountains. Located on Scenic Highway 89, between White Sulphur Springs and Great Falls in the Lewis and Clark National Forest. Positioned between both Glacier National Park and Yellowstone National Park, traveling Highway 89 into the Little Belts is one of the best ways to get off the "beaten path", but often overlooked as the recreational haven that it is. The area we cover starts at all major ports that will take you into the Little Belts.
From Great Falls to Helena to Bozeman to Livingston to Harlowton to Lewistown and back to Great Falls. Our focus is primarily the Little Belt Mountains but we will also be covering our neighboring mountain ranges: The Big Belts, The Crazies, The Highwoods and The Castles.
As an island mountain range of the Rocky Mountain Front, this area is truly an untouched sanctuary of solitude. Our mission is to be stewards of the land and maintain a clear sense of local community by providing accurate and useful information to the everyone. We welcome guests Into the Little Belts, and if you are traveler, we hope you feel welcomed and enjoy and respect this pristine land as much as we do!
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