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Makoshika State Park

The word “Makoshika” is a Sioux Indian word that means “Land of Bad Spirits.” And to be

honest, there couldn’t be a more appropriate description for the (stunning, mysterious and beautiful) badlands of Southeast Montana. Makoshika State Park, located just outside the town of Glendive, is Montana’s largest state park and contains some of the most spectacular badlands scenery in the nation. My best advice: drive the scenic road in the park to witness the bizarre sandstone formations carved from millennia of wind, rain, and snow. Read more: https://glaciermt.com/blog/21-amazing-places-montana-youve-never-heard-of/
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