Hi-Country Trading Post

Hi-Country Trading Post epitomizes the rugged back-country style of the first trading posts used by hunters and trappers. The trading post contains the wild-west history of the area, which showcases what it was like to live in this raw, natural country. Visitors, young and old will be amazed at the museum of artifacts. The store itself show-cases "Made In Montana" products, which includes everything from tantilizing huckleberrry products (a regional tasty delight!) to local artists pieces that feature their interpretation of what Montana is really about: its magnificent mountains, streams and animals. Hi-Country is known for its jerky-products and taste-testing is encouraged! Hi-Country sponsors the 'Race to the Sky' as a start and finish location and aids in celebrating Montana's Iditarod Qualifying 350 mile Dog Sled Race.

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Latitude: 46.952598572 Longitude: -112.733306885 Elevation: 4480 ft
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Description of Store or Stores

The Hi-Country Trading Post specializes in foods from across the state of Montana, as well as featuring local/regional art, crafts, jewelry and more! Home of the legendary Hi-Country Beef Jerky, and world headquarters of Hi-Country Snack Foods, Inc., a 30+ year old Montana Manufacturing Firm.

The Hi-Country Trading Post also hosts the Upper Blackfoot Valley Historical Society's Museum which has done a remarkable job of preserving the local history & character of the Valley, and its residents. This museum offers an enjoyable afternoon of examining relics and artifacts from around the region, as well as the opportunity to explore the valley's original ranger station and other old local homesteader buildings. Hi-Country Trading Post is also home to a world class North American big game display, which features more than 30 different species of animals & fish, many of which have been in the record books. (i.e. Boone & Crockett).

Operating Hours

Monday-Saturday 8am-7pm and Sujnday 9am-6pm; winter hours M-Sun 9-5

Seasons or Months Open

Year-Round

Driving Directions

On Highway 200 in Lincoln, MT. Lincoln is 86 miles southwest of Great Falls, and 60 miles northwest of Helena.

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