Fun Things to See and Do in Montana
Often called the 'Land of the Shining Mountains', Montana travel nursing jobs offer plenty of opportunities for adventurous RN's. Glacier National Park, Yellowstone Park and the Lewis and Clark Trail are just a few of the natural wonders. Travelers are bound to enjoy breathtaking views of forests, rugged mountains and green meadows.
Photography enthusiasts will have the time of their lives and are always knocked out by the state's natural beauty. Whether you enjoy hiking, camping or extreme mountain sports, Montana travel nursing jobs puts you in the heart of the Northern Rockies. Weekend road trips are a real treat with the 400-mile-long Montana Scenic Loop through the Rockies, the shorter 52-mile Going-to-the-Sun Road through Glacier National Park including the Continental Divide at Logan Pass, and the Grinnell Glacier offering 300 acres of natural beauty.
Travel Nurse Jobs in Montana are in Big Sky Country!
Amateur explorers working Montana travel nursing jobs in Great Falls can trace the steps of the Lewis and Clark expedition at the National Historic Trail Interpretive Center overlooking the Missouri River in Giant Springs Heritage State Park. Big Sky Resort is home to the “biggest skiing in America” at 11,166 feet and 5,750 acres of skiing. For the thrill seeker, look no farther than white water rafting in West Glacier National Park and then settle in to the free private housing that comes with Montana travel nursing jobs.