Our Valley

  1. Bitterroot Aquatic Center

    Community Pool Located in Hamilton

  2. Bitterroot National Forest

    Leave your stress behind! You will find this spectacular 1.6 million acre forest in southwest Montana and Idaho to be a priceless national heritage. Half of the forest is dedicated to the largest expanse of continuous pristine wilderness in the lower 48 states -- the Selway Bitterroot, Frank Church River of No Return, and the Anaconda Pintler. Much of its beauty can be attributed to the heavily glaciated, rugged peaks of the Bitterroot Range. Drainages carved by glaciers form steep canyons that open into the valley floor. The abundance of natural resources offers a wide range of opportunities for recreation, grazing, wildlife, fisheries, timber, and minerals. Come enjoy the magnificent mountains, the serenity of wilderness, the miracle of spring flowers, majestic big game, and the sounds of birds here in our land of multiple uses.

  3. Bitterrrot Valley Chamber Of Commerce

    Your Connection To Montana's Bitterroot Valley...

  4. Daly Mansion

    Located on 46 acres of lush landscape, the Daly Mansion is the historic home of 19th Century American industrialist Marcus Daly. The exhibits here convey the story of Daly and his rise from working-class immigrant to copper magnate, as well as local, regional, and international history tied to his extended family.

  5. Fairgrounds

    Visit the Ravalli County Fairgrounds.

  6. Lee Metcalf National Wildlife Refuge

    Located along the meandering Bitterroot River and surrounded by majestic towering mountains, the Lee Metcalf National Wildlife Refuge offers spectacular viewing opportunities of the landscape and wildlife. The Refuge's location in the scenic and historic Bitterroot Valley of western Montana provides a haven for wildlife.

  7. Lost Trail Powder Mountain

    Come Enjoy Our Local Secret...

  8. Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks

  9. Montana State Parks

    Explore Montana State Parks - Year Round. Enjoy camping, hiking, fishing, swimming, boating and more. Discover some of the greatest natural and cultural treasures on earth.

  10. Ravalli County Museum

  11. St. Mary's Mission

    Historic St. Mary's Mission stands in the shadow of St. Mary's Peak in the Bitterroot Valley of Montana. Fr. Pierre De Smet, a Jesuit priest, founded the Mission in 1841. The State of Montana grew from those early beginnings of the settlement first called St. Mary’s and later named Stevensville. The town holds the distinct honor of being the place “Where Montana Began”. The well-preserved buildings and artifacts of the Mission Complex afford visitors a look back at the historical beginnings of the birth of the State and the settlement of the West.

  12. Ravalli County Economic Development Authority

    The purpose of the Ravalli County Economic Development Authority is to promote, stimulate, develop and advance the general welfare, commerce, economic development and prosperity of our local citizens, Ravalli County, and the State of Montana. A primary goal of the RCEDA is to create the infrastructure for a knowledge-based business community in the Bitterroot Valley that helps existing and new businesses turn information and innovation into opportunity. We operate business incubation and entrepreneurial support services which includes grants, loans, technical expertise, relocation assistance, quality workforce and more.

  13. Ravalli County Parks

    Ravalli County Parks