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Regional Information & Links

Cut Bank is a town with a population of 3,002, located on the hi-line, only thirty minutes from the Canadian border.  We have a museum, library, movie theater, restaurants, and, of course, a stellar school system with many of the standard athletic and group opportunities.

Just a short trek will get you into one of the most breathtaking areas one can imagine. Glacier Park stands majestic – a short 1 hour drive to the west. Crystal clear waters full of your favorite fish just begging to be caught. Wildlife in abundance so much so that they are seen in town.  A bit different than all the hustle and bustle of the big city.

There is a wide array of things to do from scenic drives to checking out the native culture that still exists in many parts of the Big Sky Country. Imagine yourself floating down the river.  Or hiking along a trail near small waterfalls. Or just relaxing in the sun.

Links for more information on Cut Bank and the surrounding area

City of Cut Bank

Cut Bank Chamber of Commerce –

Glacier Country –

Cut Bank Public Schools –

Glacier National Park and towns nearby –

Cut Bank Pioneer Press –

Cut Bank Saddle Club and O-Mok-See events – See them on Facebook

Big Sky Fishing –

Montana Outdoors –

FREE Montana Guidebook Order Form –

Golden Triangle Transit (bus service) –

What’s Nearby

Cut Bank, MT is very close to some of the most beautiful places and exciting activities the Big Sky State has to offer.


  • Cut Bank, MT to Kalispell is 135 Miles on Highway 2 which goes just south of beautiful Glacier National Park.

  • Great Falls, MT is 109 miles south of Cut Bank and it is home to Giant Springs State Park and C.M. Russell Museum.

  • Calgary, AB Canada is 218 Miles to the north of Cut Bank. 

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