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Say Hello to Helena

Say Hello to Helena

Halfway between Yellowstone and Glacier national parks, under the shadows of Mt. Helena and Mt. Ascension, lies Montana’s picturesque capital city. “Helen-a,” as locals say it, was born in the gold rush of 1864. She was dubbed the Queen City in the late 1800s, when more millionaires lived here, per capita, than anywhere in the nation. The leather-clad Montana Club, with its exclusive brotherhood of men who were millionaires, registered a cool 140 members. Today, Helena’s gold rush gulches have been transformed into a scenic downtown area, with lively parks and a walking mall dotted with interesting shops. Meandering down [Read More...]

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Super 8

(406) 443-2450

2200 11th Avenue, Helena, MT, USA

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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Discover Helena from a Local's Perspective

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