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Montana Wild Fires & What To Do in Helena

Montana Wild Fires & What To Do in Helena

Photo Credit: Kevin League Photography Wild fires are not uncommon in Montana. This season, Montana has been affected by wild fires and smoky air in the Pacific Northwest region. The air quality in Helena, Montana varies depending on changing wind and weather conditions, click here to view current air conditions across the state, please note that these conditions change daily. As the fourth largest state in the nation, at over 93 million acres, Montana has seen just over 1 million acres burned this summer. If your travel plans are bringing you to Montana, we invite you to join us in Helena. There is plenty to do (even indoors) this time of [Read More...]

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406.443.2450

2200 11th Ave., Helena, MT

Super 8 offers free Wi-Fi Internet to catch up on email and plan your trip, then refuel in the morning with free SuperStart continental breakfast with omelets… Read more…

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(406) 495-8840

422 N. Last Chance Gulch, Helena, MT

Mon-Sat, 6am-6pm; Sun, 7am-3pm

Thank you for considering our fine-crafted coffee –freshly roasted at the FireTower Coffee House in the heart of downtown Helena, Montana. Read more…

(406) 475-2777

1018 W Custer Ave, Helena, MT 59602

06.30-20.00 Mon-Saturday - Closed Sunday

The drive-thru/walk-up eatery serves two kinds of pasties — traditional and breakfast. Read more…

(406) 443-3978

101 N. Last Chance Gulch, Helena, MT

Mon-Sat, 11am-8pm; Sun, 12pm-7pm

Taco del Sol serves Mission Style burritos, tacos, fish burritos and fish tacos. Mexican sodas, fruit nectars and horchata are also available. Read more…

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