Montana is a state in the Northwestern United States, it is bordered by Canada in the north and Wyoming and Idaho in the south. Its capital is Helena, but its biggest city is Billings. The population of Montana (1'068,778 in 2019) is small, sparse, and unevenly distributed. Its governor is Steve Bullock. The state has no single nickname but several ones: the main one is "the Treasure State" because gold and silver deposits were mined from the Montana mountains as early as the 1800s.
The climate of the Great Plains in Montana is semiarid, with hot summers and cold winters. In the Rocky Mountain there are several different climates. The other zones become progressively cooler, wetter, and more snowy. Montana’s wildlife is very diverse as its climate; it is home of grizzly and black bears, wolves, and bisons and coyotes.
Montana’s economy is dominated by the primary sector: agriculture, forestry, mining, and energy production. Petroleum was discovered in commercial quantities at Elk Basin in 1915. Many tourists also come each year to discover the Yellowstone National Park.
Several Native American tribes hold traditional dance ceremonies and also there is an annual reenactment of the Battle of the Little Bighorn on the Crow Indian Reservation. On top of that, Montana is for sure the place to be for rodeos!
Check below a list of all the cities in the state of Montana, classified according to their number of inhabitants. You can click on the area you want to know more about, or look for it using the search bar: