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The University of Montana
Founded in 1893, The University of Montana has grown into the academic and cultural hub of western Montana. The university’s 14,000 students receive a high-quality, well-rounded education and training for professional careers in the university’s three colleges – arts and sciences, forestry and conservation, and technology – and six schools – journalism, law, business, education, pharmacy, and the fine arts.
Nestled among Montana’s stunning natural landscape, UM is a magnet not only for top-notch teachers and researchers, but also for students from across the country and around the globe. A city within a city – with its own eateries, stores, medical facilities, banking and postal services, and zip code – UM has an increasingly diverse population and rich culture.
Missoula Skateboard Park
Mobash Skatepark is open daily in McCormick Park in downtown Missoula at 600 Cregg Lane, Missoula, MT 59801. For more information, phone 721-PARK. Helmets are required. The 15,000-square foot park features street scape and exciting bowls. Learn more about MOBASH at Montana Mobash is a home-grown project conceived and developed by local skaters in partnership with the City of Missoula. Many generous donors helped fund the project, and professional skateboarder and philanthropist Tony Hawk kicked off the fun at the 2006 grand opening of the park.
A Carousel for Missoula is a volunteer-built, hand-carved carousel in Missoula, Montana, located on the Clark Fork River in Missoula’s downtown Caras Park within walking distance of the historic Wilma Theatre, Jeannette Rankin Peace Center and Osprey baseball stadium.
Splash Montana is open June through August. Currents Aquatics Center is open year-round. Save on daily admission with a punch card or pass. City residents can save 20% on admission with a valid CityCard. Children aged 6 and under must be accompanied in the water by an adult.
Missoula Disc Golf – Frisbee Golf or Folf
Missoula has numerous disc golf links scattered throughout community. If you’re a beginner, you are in a perfect place to discover this fun sport. Neighborhood Missoula folfers get along and are friendly; frequently letting you play through.
Blue Mountain – 18 Baskets
The walker’s course. This location spreads out across a big stretch on the face of Blue Mountain located simply south of Missoula. The very first fifty percent of the program is primarily open with periodic tree obstacles that can obstruct the view of the basket, followed by the 2nd fifty percent of the program which dives down right into the woody gorges of Blue Mountain. The 2nd half can require a skilled hand at tree-dodging; though the fairways themselves are relatively clear if you can avoid playing in the rough. Generally, a “big-arm” course that needs lots of long shots.
Pattee Canyon – 18 Baskets
This is a technical course embedded in the Pattee Canyon recreation area that will find the player in amongst the trees after the first couple of openings. Often over-crowded after the 5:00 pm job hr has been gotten to, this course is likely the most prominent course in the valley and also around Missoula with a waiting line gathering at the very first opening.
Linda Vista Golf Course – 18 Baskets
A chance to run a game of disc golf on a conventional golf course. Linda Vista folf training course operates during the off-season when the training course isn’t being used for routine golf. To learn more see their internet site or give them a phone call at 406-251-3655
Snow Bowl Ski Area – 18 Baskets
Take the lift trip to the leading! Seriously, you get a view prior to you start playing, and during the course of play you are awarded plenty of sights of the Missoula Valley when teeing down the 1,100+ ft. opening that soft-pedals a ski run. The included reward of this program is that it flaunts a restaurant as well as bar at the base of the lift near the parking area.