There are so many beautiful states in the country — and sorry to say, but Montana is most definitely not one of them. If it isn’t yet obvious why, then these photos should be pretty convincing.
#1. Montana Schmontana.
Cracker Lake, Glacier National Park.
#2. The place is nothing but a vast wasteland of rock and dust.
View from the Reef, west of Wolf Creek, Montana.
#3. What’s there to see?
#4. And an equally important question: what is there to do?
Kayaking and surfing, Brennan’s Wave, Missoula.
#5. The uninspiring environment isn’t really conducive to recreation.
West Glacier, Montana.
#6. People probably just stare at blank walls, for lack of anything better to do.
Glacier National Park.
#7. Barren lands as far as the eyes can see.
Crystal Ford, Montana.
#8. Similar to living in a black hole, and just as exciting.
Goose Island, St. Marys Lake.
#9. Why they nicknamed themselves “The Last Best Place” is a mystery to anybody.
The Weeping Wall.
#10. Calling it a “good place” would be pushing it.
Devil’s Canyon Overlook, Bighorn Canyon.
#11. Just look at that horrible view.
Siyeh Bend, Logan Pass.
#12. So dismal and dreary.
Many Glacier Hotel, Montana.
#13. I can’t bear to look.
Mokowanis Lake, Glacier National Park.
#14. The waters are extremely muddy and polluted.
Leigh Lake, Libby, Montana.
#15. Just… gross.
#16. Be prepared to be bored out of your wits.
Red Ants Pants Music Festival, White Sulphur Springs.
#17. There’s nothing of interest to make you want to leave your house.
Big Sky, Montana.
#18. Seriously, you’ll be pulling your hair out from severe boredom.
#19. As for the food? Go whet your appetite somewhere else.
Bison osso bucco, Yellowstone.
#20. There’s nothing gastronomically appealing for you here.
Roasted petit filet of Rocky Mountain elk with Montana huckleberry demi-glace.
#21. The restaurants are bland in both taste and appearance.
Tiki mermaids at Sip ‘n Dip Lounge, Great Falls.
#22. So if you ever get a burning urge to visit Montana, ignore it.
#23. Literally no one would be caught dead in this hellhole.
Hidden Lake, Glacier National Park.