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Missoula is a city that resides in the state of Montana, and serves as the county seat of Missoula County. This sizeable and beautiful area is located along the Clark Fork River, and is often described as “the hub of five valleys”, given its confluences with the Bitterroot and Blackfoot Rivers that converge with five mountain ranges. In the 1990s, Missoula overtook Great Falls as Montana’s second-largest city just behind Billings. This gorgeous city is also home to the University of Montana, as well as several important landmarks, mountain ranges, and a natural beauty that is hard to find elsewhere. This big city has plenty to offer both potential residents and visitors alike.
Missoula experiences the typical Montanan weather, falling under a semi-arid climate classification. This means cold, moderately snowy winters and hot, dry summers being filled with short crisp springs and autumns in the middle. Winters tend to be milder than the rest of the state due to the location west of the Rockies, which allows Missoula and its surrounding areas to be influenced by mild, moist Pacific air.
Missoula is a phenomenal place to get out and experience some of that big city charm. With plenty of parks, museums, local events and venues, Missoula is a difficult place to find nothing to do. The city itself contains so much in the way of lush, green beauty, to say nothing of the mountains, parks, local events and flavors, as well as everything else Missoula has to offer. Whether you want a grand adventure into nature or just to walk around this historically preserved and gorgeous area, you won’t find yourself disappointed anytime soon.
Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation - 5705 Grant Creek Road (406) 523-4500
Greenough Park – 1001 Monroe St
Mount Sentinel M-Trail – 1111-1201 Campus Dr
Downtown Missoula | Carousel for Missoula & Dragon's Hallow - (406) 543-4238
Snowbowl Ski Pass - 1700 Snow Bowl Rd (406) 549-9777
Missoula is surrounded by a slew of shopping experiences to be had. No matter what kind of retail therapy you are looking for, Missoula is flooded with unique shops, venues, locations and all-around delights for all kinds of shoppers. Whether you are a fashionista, a tourist, a treasure hunter or a window shopper, Missoula is one fantastic place to experience some luxurious boutiques and let yourself splurge.
Downtown Shopping & The Hip Strip - (406) 543-4238
Golf Headquarters - 2003 South Ave West - (406) 541-8633
Southgate Mall – 2901 Brooks St – (406) 721-5140
Missoula has plenty to offer hungry residents and visitors alike. It is host to exotic delights as well as down home American cuisine all blending together perfectly. Even if you are looking for something a bit out of the ordinary, Missoula is sure to satisfy. This big city has no shortage of delicious offerings, and some of the best BBQ you can find outside of Memphis or Nashville. No matter what you are craving, Missoula is ready to make your dining experience a phenomenal one.
The Thomas Meagher Bar – 130 W Pine – (406) 540-4402
The Mustard Seed - 2901 Brooks Street - (406) 542-7333
The Pearl Café – 231 E Front St – (406) 541-0231
The Keep Restaurant – 102 Ben Hogan Dr – (406) 728-5132
Kobe Seafood & Steak - 3331 N. Reserve St - (406) 540-4480
Missoula has more than a fair share of clubs, pubs, bars and lounges. Whether you want to spend the night dancing away or grabbing some brews and watching the games with friends, you will find yourself easily accommodated in Missoula. Spending the night out in style is not a difficult thing to accomplish Missoula echoes that historical, unique vibe of the big city in its entirety as well as holding its own cultural and diverse charm that makes it a real gem for night owls.
The Thomas Meagher Bar – 130 W Pine – (406) 540-4402
Union Club Bar – 208 E Main St – (406) 728-7980
Monk’s Bar – 225 Ryman St – (406) 549-0435
Missoula is highly praised for its school systems throughout its many suburbs, as well as the most obvious university itself. Those looking to raise a family, or to further their own education, need not worry about a shortage of schools, both conventional and unconventional. It’s the perfect balance of conventional and unique opportunities for all those excited to learn.
Hellgate High School – 900 S Higgins Ave – (406) 728-2402
Big Sky High School - 3100 S Ave W - (406) 728-2401
Sentinel High School – 901 South Ave W – (406) 728-2403
Missoula County Public Schools - 215 S Sixth St W - (406) 728-2400
Hellgate School District - 2385 Flynn Lane - (406) 721-2160
Population density: 2,416
Median Age: 30.9
Male/Female ratio: 1.0:1
For those who are looking to make the move to any area within Missoula, the local job market is not in short supply, nor is the income many residents can expect. There are a feature of many big names and hubs, as well as smaller boutiques, shops and restaurants that can make use of all kinds of varying talent residents might have to offer.
St. Patrick Hospital – 500 W Broadway St – (406) 543-7271
Missoula County Public Schools – 215 S 6th St W – (406) 728-2400
Missoula County – 199 West Pine Street – (406) 721-5700
University of Montana – 32 Campus Dr – (406) 243-0211
Community Medical Center - 2827 Fort Missoula Road - (406) 728-4100
Missoula has a lot to offer in the way of history, heritage and a slew of local landmarks that everyone can enjoy. Whether you want to see the historically preserved buildings of the city, Fort Missoula, trails in the mountains, or any variation of interesting spots, Missoula is one of the best places you can be in Montana, bar none.
Heritage Hall – 30 Fort Missoula Rd – (406) 396-4750
Nature Center At Fort Missoula – 2 Fort Missoula Rd – (406) 327-0405
Historical Museum at Fort Missoula – 322 Fort Missoula – (406) 728-3476
Northern Rockies Heritage Center – 3255 Fort Missoula Rd – (406) 728-3662
Missoula is a big city with a lot to offer. It contains so much charm in its natural beauty, gorgeous homes, career opportunities and general higher quality of living that potential residents crave. Visitors won’t run out of things to do anytime soon either. No matter your reason for coming to this sizeable city, you won’t leave disappointed.
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