1 Glacier National Park
The 1,013,572-acre park has more than 700 miles of hiking trails.
17 Washington-Grizzly Stadium
The listed capacity is 23,117, but an average of 23,352 fans squeezed in to watch the Division I-AA Montana Grizzlies play last fall. The team is 110-16 (.872) at the Missoula stadium since it opened in 1986.
2 Doug Swingley
The Lincoln musher is a four-time Iditarod winner
3 Larry Krystkowiak
The power forward from Shelby, who is the University of Montana's alltime scoring and rebounding leader, has played for six NBA teams in nine seasons.
14 Levi Leipheimer
The Butte cyclist, competing for the Dutch team Rabobank, finished eighth in the 2002 Tour de France.
15 Sonny Holland
The lineman from Butte was a three-time All-America at Montana State and coached his alma mater to a Division II national championship.
16 Carroll College
The Fighting Saints from Helena have claimed back-to-back NAIA football titles.
11 Brent Musberger
The longtime broadcaster and former NFL Today host grew UD in Billings.
12 Dan Mortensen
In December the Billings cowboy won his record-tying sixth World Saddle Bronc title.
13 Thomas McGuane
The novelist and outdoor write from Michigan lives on his ranch in Sweet Grass County.