Browning, incorporated in 1919, is located at an elevation of 4,375 feet in the foothills of the Rocky Mountains in Northwestern Montana. The Town is 13 miles east
of what the Blackfeet call the “Backbone of the World”, the magnificent Rockies and this includes Glacier National Park, the "Crown of the Continent", which shares a border with Waterton Lakes National Park in southern Alberta, Canada.
Browning is the largest community on the Blackfeet Indian Reservation. The 1.5-million acre Reservation includes most of Glacier
County and is home to about 8,600 members of the Blackfeet Nation, the largest tribe in Montana. The Town of Browning is the hub of the Blackfeet
Reservation and the home of several tribal offices and businesses and is connected to the world by two major highways, U.S. 2 and U.S. 89. Major uses of the land include ranching and farming, with the principle crops being wheat, barley and hay.
Blackfeet Country is the last encampment of a proud and mighty people often referred to as "The Lords of the Great Plains".
Browning and the outlying communities of
Heart Butte, Babb, Blackfoot, East
Glacier Park, Kiowa, Starr School and St. Mary are well known for the limitless
assortment of opportunities they offer to outdoor recreationalists. Hunting and fishing compete with golf, camping, hiking, rodeos, and
two annual native celebrations during the summer and fall seasons; snowmobiling, ice fishing, and cross-country skiing dominate the winter months. There are eight major lakes and 175 miles of fishing streams; Blackfeet Tribal permits are required on Reservation lands and local outfitter/guides are available.
The Blackfeet Heritage Center and the Museum of the Plains Indian, along with many visitor-oriented industries and businesses such
as the Burlington Northern/Santa Fe Railroad, various tribal and Bureau of Indian Affairs agencies, the Blackfeet Community Hospital and an “A” class school provide the community with a wide array of services.
Browning Public Schools is considered one of the best in the state for its academic and athletic programs.
Honoring Those Who Serve
A traveler will find a number of campgrounds, motels, hotels, and restaurants along with plenty of recreational opportunities within the Blackfeet Reservation and in nearby Glacier National Park.  While visiting Blackfeet Tribal lands, we ask guests to regard our land with respect. We welcome everyone to learn about Blackfeet Culture and History while visiting this pristine area.
Tune into KBWG LP Thunder Radio,
the "Voice of Browning"