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St. Ignatius, Montana pictures on MontanaPictures.Net (Page one of four)

Picture panorama of Mission Mountains and the town of St. Ignatius Montana.
      52905  The heart always beats a little faster as you enter the Mission Valley.
      Directly ahead are the Mission Mountains and the town of St. Ignatius, Montana.
      Next stop, the historic St. Ignatius Mission.
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Picture of the St.Ignatius Mission surrounde by yellow flowers.
     The St. Ignatius Mission is pretty on the outside and inside...
     You can now see the fifty-eight frescoes painted on the inside walls and ceiling by Br. Joseph Carignano in the new "Mission Valley Carpool Tour."
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Picture of the St.Ignatius Mission historical marker.    
     Explore the interior of the St. Ignatius Mission on the new  "Mission Valley Carpool Tour."                           
     Then hop over to the National Bison Range and watch the sunset reflect of the Mission Mountains.
     When night arrives we'll show you an incredible campground located 11 miles north of the National Bison Range.  
     We'll watch the sunset on a second evening from the Ninepipe National Wildlife Refuge.  It's all in the "Mission Valley Carpool Tour."
St. Ignatius, Montana  (Page one of four)
Continue to page two of the St. Ignatius, Montana Carpool tour
See the NEW St. Ignatius, Montana pictures on "The Mission Valley Tour"
Let's travel south to the Bitterroot valley and visit the St. Mary's Mission
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