Butte, MT, Guide and Information
Explore the area with the illustrated printed maps you know and love
The original 1878-1976 3569ft deep copper mine site
Our Lady of the Rockies surveys as far as she can see.
Visit southwest Montana today! From history to adventure, the region offers something for everyone. Explore our rich mining history in Virginia City, Nevada City and Philipsburg as well as the Butte-Anaconda historical landmark district. It’s the largest national historical site in the United States. Southwest Montana is also well-known for ranching; particularly in Whitehall, Ennis, Twin Bridges, Deer Lodge, the Big Hole Valley and Dillon; which provides a significant income source to residents. While some in the area make their living off the land, others love it for the recreational opportunities. Hunting, fishing, skiing, and off-roading are all popular among residents. From Georgetown Lake to the Big Hole Valley, Southwest Montana offers beauty, history, and adventures for the whole family.