Reasons to Work Locum Tenens in Montana

July 29th, 2016 2 Min read Reasons to Work Locum Tenens in Montana Blog
Paradise Valley and the Yellowstone RiverMontana is an often forgotten state, but it offers unforgettable opportunities for the outdoors, food, and culture. Locals are happy to welcome you to the state and show you their favorite spots that few people outside of Montana know about. Take a break from the busy city and breathe fresh air with a locum tenens job in Montana.

Skiing in Big Sky

Montana has 15 different ski resorts, ranging from huge resorts like Big Sky and Bridger Bowl to smaller resorts like Snowbowl or Discovery. These resorts are all across the state, so you have plenty of options. Big Sky Resort offers 30 chairlifts and more than 5,000 acres to explore. Of course, the skiing is best in the winter, but Big Sky also offers great summer activities with the same beautiful mountain backdrop. Try zip-lining, or pamper yourself at the spa when your assignment gets tough. If you’re looking for a smaller or cheaper resort, try Discovery Ski Area. It’s the resort where locals go, and it’s got a great range of beginner to advanced ski runs.

Chow down on a hamburger after skiing

Montana is known for its beef and its outdoor activities. What better way to combine these two things than with a fantastic burger after a day of skiing, hiking or rafting? Bozeman in particular has lots of great options for burgers, primarily because of how close it is to world-renowned ski resorts. Try Brewsker’s, which offers homemade buns and perfectly cooked patties. For even more local meat, try High Country Grill in Bozeman, which offers burgers, pork sliders and delicious fries. In addition, Montanans love their craft beer. After a day of skiing, try a beer from one of Montana’s many breweries. If you’re in Bozeman, check out Montana Ale Works. It offers great pub food and an extensive list of beers on tap, as well as an assortment of cocktails.

Spend a day in Paradise

Located in southern Montana, Paradise Valley offers hot springs, the Yellowstone River, and a plethora of small towns that each have their own culture. Take some time to drive the Paradise Valley Scenic Loop, which is 60 miles through grasslands and rivers surrounded by mountains, all next to the Gallatin National Forest. Be sure to stop at Mallard’s Rest fishing access site, which offers fishing but also an incredible view of the river and the valley. Dying to see what else Big Sky Country has to offer? Check out our open locum tenens jobs in Montana.


Kathleen Stone

Kathleen Stone

Kathleen Stone is a writer for CompHealth from Salt Lake City, Utah. In her spare time, she loves going to the desert, trying new foods and being with family.

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