Welcome to Big Sky Country!

Geocaching in Montana is unlike anywhere else you may have ever been. 
Some times you'll be able to hike along the mountain ridges of the Continental Divide, while at others you may be wading across some of the best fly-fishing rivers in North America. You may find yourself trekking through a pine covered mountain in the morning and across a seemingly endless expanse of grassland by afternoon. The limits of geocaching in Montana are only set by what you are willing to explore.
It is rare to meet another geocacher along the trail in Montana; in fact, you often don't see anyone at all - except for an occasional Forest Ranger or cowboy. You are more likely to come across a grizzly bear, wolf or eagle than another human, and there is no better place to enjoy this type of geocaching. 

Something for Everyone

Here in Montana, we have plenty of room to roam. With over 145,550 square miles, 11,000 vertical feet and 56 State Parks, there is sure to be geocaching opportunity to suit everyone's taste.

Montanans are accoustomed to travelling long distances; we measure distance in terms of "hours to drive" rather than by milage. Yet, the vast distances between us do not hinder our ability to come together as a community and share in the joys and accomplishments of geocaching.       

I invite anyone to sit, explore and enjoy this website. I hope that it provides a good glimpse of what it is like to geocache throughout Montana.


News & Announcements

  • DATE CHANGE!! - 4th Annual Capital City Geocaching Event GC2TY9P - 4th Annual Capital City Geocaching Event, held in Helena has changed the dates from 18 June to 25 June 2011.   If you are planning to attend, make sure you ...
    Posted Jun 15, 2011, 5:15 AM by MT. beartrax
  • Guest Article by Krista Peterson This special guest article is about an issue many of us in Montana are very aware of – it comes from Krista Peterson, a 23-year old-aspiring writer and recent ...
    Posted Apr 19, 2011, 2:23 PM by MT. beartrax
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If you have any questions, concerns, or comments, please contact me at montanageocachers@gmail.com