STARSHIP 2013 TOURS
This internationally famous sacred site is located just thirteen miles west of Glacier National Park, and has been mystifying and exciting visitors for forty two years.
"Celebrating 43 years of family fun"
Native Americans were the first to recognize this naturally occurring phenomenon and still honor it today with offerings of tobacco and sweet grass.
"Feel the power of nature"
When visitors pass through the "Portal" they can see and feel the power of the vortex and they enter a reality where some physical rules like gravity and perspective are decidedly skewed. Adults and children alike will enjoy this unique experience and many people come back year after year to "Feel The Power Of Nature".
"The tours are great"
Our guided tours have been phenomenally successful and this year we have added some interesting self guided exhibits that you can leisurely take a look at after the main tour ends. Our tours last for about forty-five fun filled minutes and this is just some of what you can expect to see.
"Family fun at its best"
The famous "House of Mystery" is a crooked shack that sits right in the center of our smallest and most dynamic vortex. Built in 1970 as an attraction, the slanted walls and floors inside the house accentuate the power of the vortex and will provide you with lots of laughs and family fun as you explore and experience this unique energy field.
"The House of Mystery was awesome"
One of the true mysteries at the Montana Vortex is the question of how human beings can appear to shrink and grow in the eyes of others and themselves by simply walking a few short feet along a level surface?
"The shrink and grow is worth the price of admission itself"
"The Platform" is a level cement area that sits on one of the demarcation lines of the vortex. When you stand on one end of "The Platform" in the energy field you will shrink any where from four to six inches. Standing on the other end of "The Platform" will bring you back to your normal size. Visitors are continually amazed at being able to see this natural occurring phenomenon and leave with pictures and video to prove it.
"Amazing, six people shrinking and growing before your eyes"
The Hexagon is unique to the Montana Vortex and was discovered in 2005. The growth pattern of the trees, one twisted and the rest growing in a half-circle, gave away a hexagon of small energy nodes on which we’ve placed stepping stones. The stones have all been leveled with a laser. From two to six people stand on stones opposite each other and as they move from stone to stone they can see each other shrink and grow. It’s an interactive experience that boggles the mind.
"Learn to see your aura"
The Aura Spot is another one of a kind attraction that can only be experienced at the Montana Vortex. All living things emit a weak electromagnetic field and as a result of this we are all connected. At the Aura Spot our tour guides will teach you how to see and play with your own aura or energy field, and you will learn how your aura can affect all living things that come in contact with you. A fascinating new light bending discovery was made by our researchers at The Aura Spot in 2007 and has been added to this year’s tour.
"One of the most esoteric places in Montana"
Our healing Labyrinth was built right in the center of the largest vortex on the grounds and is ready for your personal journey. Walking a labyrinth is an interesting approach to meditation and is claimed by many to have very special healing and spiritual powers. Our labyrinth is representative of the heart center and taking you back within. We invite you to take a walk in this special energy field.
"Rated Five Stars by Yahoo Travel Guide"
The "Golden Door", How many times do you get a chance to go through a Golden door? See and experience it for yourself at the vortex.
"Way more energy than Sedona"
The Montana Vortex is considered the most dynamic vortex of all the known vortex attractions in the country. The sensory feelings and the energy that many people feel in their bodies will amaze you. So come and experience this natural phenomenon for yourself.
"A must see on the way to Glacier"
All cameras are welcome and we encourage you to take lots of photos.