Nestled in the Northern Rockies of Montana, surrounded by seven wilderness areas and at the confluence of three rivers, Missoula is an outdoor enthusiasts dream. Missoula is known for its blue-ribbon trout fishing (made famous by A River Runs Through It) and spectacular natural beauty.
Is Missoula Montana worth visiting?
Missoula is considered the arts capital of Montana, and even though I knew that before arrival, I was still impressed by the many art galleries, funky artwork, and overall appreciation for the finer things in life that I found. If youre still hankering for some culture, Missoula also has a FREE art museum.
What food is Missoula Montana known for?
9 Things You Need to Eat in MissoulaFlathead Cherries. Flathead Cherries are sweet cherries grown around Flathead Lake in Western Montana. Dixon Melons/ Dixon, Montana. Bison Fondue / Red Bird. Huckleberry Kettle Corn From KornUtopia. Wasabi Edamame/ Iron Horse. Crab Empanadas. Bison Burger/ James Bar. Tias Tamales.More items
Does Missoula have an Olive Garden?
Olive Garden took the fourth spot. The closest location to Missoula is in Coeur DAlene.
What does the name Missoula mean?
The first inhabitants of the Missoula area were American Indians from the Salish tribe. They called the area Nemissoolatakoo, from which Missoula is derived. The word translates roughly to river of ambush/surprise, a reflection of the inter-tribal fighting common to the area.
Olive Gardens secret menu has been brushed off as nonexistent for years, but we did our digging and found super simple (and delicious) menu hacks you have to try. Were here to tell you that you can, in fact, customize just about anything on the menu.