Visit Montana: The Unknown Wonderland

Montana might be the most underrated state. With a population less than that of Rhode Island (a state 1/140 of its size), it’s widely considered as a state where there isn’t much to do. However, it’s the opposite. The next thing to add to your bucket list (even though you didn’t expect it): Visit Montana.

Glacier National Park

It seems fitting that the most underrated state would have the most underrated national park. Not many people have heard of Glacier National Park, located in the Northwest corner of the state. Glacier National Park has it all, from fishing and whitewater rafting to horseback riding and biking. Located in the heart of the Rockies, Glacier National Park offers both summer and winter activities. When you visit Montana, Glacier National Park is the last thing you want to miss. Click here to learn about what you can do in Glacier National Park.

Whitefish Mountain Resort

Right next to Glacier National Park lies the best ski resort in Montana: Whitefish Mountain Resort. With more than 200 on-mountain condominiums and more hotels near the base of the mountain, you can choose what housing best fits your needs. Whitefish features over 3,000 acres of land, meaning whatever your skill level, there’s more than enough terrain to choose from. Are you a big skier? Find out more about Whitefish here.

When you visit Montana, you have to ski.

Bannack State Park

If you’ve ever wanted to see a real ghost town, Montana has it. Bannack started as a gold-mining city back in 1862. A year later, a nearby city discovered gold and many abandoned Bannack. Less than 100 years later, the city was almost completely abandoned. Now, you can explore most of the structures that still stand (over 60 structures). However, you might want to steer clear if true ghosts aren’t your thing. Learn more here.

Other Places to Visit

We highlighted just three activities in Montana, but there’s so much more than that. Three of the five entrances to Yellowstone National Park are in Montana, each holding something unique. Flathead Lake is the largest natural freshwater lake west of the Mississippi. With 200 square miles of water, there’s tons to do. Some people like the smaller city vibe. For those people, downtown Bozeman isn’t something to skip out on.

When you visit Yellowstone, you visit Montana too.

Visit Montana

Visit Montana. It’s not something that you’d likely think of on your own, but it’s something every American should do in their lifetime. If you’re wondering how to get there, St. George Express can help you.

The Ultimate St. George Express Travel Playlist

While you travel, having that perfect travel playlist is essential. With a great playlist, time seems to slip away and you arrive in no time. Without music, or with the wrong music, it can feel as if you’re never going to arrive. Below, we’ve tried to select songs that you probably haven’t heard yet.

Before reading, keep in mind that no two people have the same taste in music. While you might like some songs, other songs might annoy you. Take the songs from the playlist that you like and build on them. Leave the others behind and realize that other people will take those for their playlists. With that being said, welcome to The Ultimate St. George Express Travel Playlist.

Chill Music

Some people like to fall asleep while on the road. Others like to relax and think about what’s happened or what’s coming up. For those people, we’ll start out with some of the slower music. Here are the top 10 chill travel songs:

Song Artist
Saved Khalid
Last One I Love Marc E. Bassy
Work Song Hozier
Reminding Me (feat. Vanessa Hudgens) Shawn Hook
Another Day In Paradise Quinn XCII
Concrete Jungle Au/Ra
All In My Head Tori Kelly
Come Over (Acoustic) Sam Hunt
Awake ayokay


If you’re traveling on a sunny summer day through the middle of Utah desert, there’s nothing better than listening to some country. Feel like a cowboy with these songs:

Song Artist
More Dreams Than Dollars Maggie Rose
What If I Kissed You Temecula Road
One Number Away Luke Combs
Just Another (Acoustic) (feat. Jillian Jacqueline) Sammy Arriaga
Craving You (feat. Maren Morris) Thomas Rhett
Take Your Time Sam Hunt
What Ifs Kane Brown
Hard Drive Home Bailey Bryan
Long Stretch of Love Lady Antebellum
Heaven Is Close A Thousand Horses


Finally, there are people that love to jam out while on car rides. With upbeat songs, you definitely need to sing along in your head (or out loud if you want!). Here’s a list of the top 15 upbeat songs to add to your travel playlist:

Song Artist
New Wave Quinn XCII
Words Daya
There For You (feat. Troye Sivan) Martin Garrix
Tattoo on my Face NLSN
One More Weekend Audien and Max
Feel It Still Portugal. The Man
Tired (feat. Gavin James) Alan Walker
Runaway The Skins
Stay in the Dark The Band Perry
Queen Elizabeth Cheat Codes
Wake Up Alone (feat. Jhené Aiko) The Chainsmokers
Gangster PJ
The Shine (feat. Chelsea Cutler) ayokay
Walk Kwabs
Feel Good (feat. Daya) Gryffin and Illenum

Comment below with the songs we missed. Choose the songs and artists you like and build off them. Create your own travel playlist and share it with your friends. The next time you all travel on St. George Express, you won’t even feel the time pass by.

Five Creative Ways To Save Money For Traveling This Year


Over the last couple of years, people from all over the world are spending more and more money on traveling, and less and less on fun items. This is especially true for the millennial generation. Think about the last time you got on one of your social media accounts. How many posts were about a friend you know who traveled to China, Hawaii, or Mexico?  The trend that was once about having the coolest car, video game console, or most stylish dress, is now about making memories through travel.

Another question you might ask is, how can all my friends afford to travel, and how can I? There isn’t one simple answer to these questions. Some people might not actually have the money but do it anyways. Some people might have saved up for months. Regardless of how they do it, there are many creative ways you can save to do it also. Here are five creative ways to save money to travel to that dream location more often.

Sign Up for Rewards Credit Cards

One of the biggest expenses in traveling is the airline tickets. Plane tickets to many of the great tourism locations around the world cost anywhere between $500-$1200. During the last several years, many credit card companies have offered frequent flyer mile rewards to those individuals who expend monthly fees on their credit cards and pay them off. After one to two years, you can earn enough points to travel places for free.

If you have the discipline to put all your expenses on a credit card each month and not go over your monthly budget, then look into rewards credit cards. The key is being able to pay it off each month, or it’s not going to be worth it.

Open a Dedicated Savings Account

Another idea is to open a savings account that is dedicated only to traveling. Make sure in the initial setup stage to see if there are any balance penalties, and then set up automatic transfers at the beginning of each month. By setting up automatic transfers, you make sure you save for traveling or emergency savings,  and then the remaining amounts go towards other expenses. Each month your account will start to grow, and that money will be set aside specifically for traveling when the time presents itself.

The Trusty Change Jar

Perhaps the easiest and least recognized way of saving is by “collecting your pennies.” In the article Nine Creative Ways to Save for a Vacation, Ed Hewitt shared a story of when he took a large pretzel jar full of change to bank, and came home with about $500. The next time you have spare change, grab a jar and start putting your coins in it. You could have the same result.

Sell Your Stuff

When was the last time you walked through your home and noticed that you don’t use half of the things you own? Now’s the time to get rid of it all. Host a garage sale or go with the online route and post it all on craigslist, eBay, or Facebook garage sale groups. Facebook groups are very easy to use and reach a much larger audience.

Use Your Car to Make a Little Cash on the Side

One last idea is to use your car as a taxi to earn some cash on the side. With the new Uber app, you can easily create an account and easily find people looking for taxi services. The concept of the app is simple. People input their address, billing information, and desired location. The Uber driver sees the request and can claim it. Payment is made through the Uber app.