<p><br> The last rays of sunlight set aspen trees aglow in Bannack State Park, a national historic landmark in southwestern Montana. The park—a popular place for hiking, fishing, and camping—is also home to Montana's best preserved ghost town.</p>

Bannack State Park


The last rays of sunlight set aspen trees aglow in Bannack State Park, a national historic landmark in southwestern Montana. The park—a popular place for hiking, fishing, and camping—is also home to Montana's best preserved ghost town.

Photograph by Tyler Metcalfe

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