How to Get Out of Your Montana Timeshare

From purple mountain majesty to amber waves of grain, Montana will take your breath away with its unspoiled wilderness. It’s easy to see why someone would choose to own a timeshare in Montana. 

Are you looking for cheaper, better ways to travel to Montana but aren’t sure exactly how to get out of your Montana timeshare? Our friendly team at Linx Legal understands the stress caused by not knowing where to turn or who to trust. We can help you. Take the quiz below to find out if you are eligible to cancel your timeshare contract.

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Historical Montana

For the U.S. history buff, the Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument is a place of honor. The site also acknowledges the Indians who fought and fell defending their way of life. Walk through the Custer National Cemetery, the 7th Cavalry Memorial, and the Reno-Benteen Battlefield.

Exploring the Lewis & Clark Trail is an educational experience for the whole family. With colorful rodeos and historical reenactments, people of all ages learn something about the discovery of America.

In 1876, Lakota chief Sitting Bull had a vision of troops destroying his village and carved the script into the sandstone. The prophecy came true, and his words are still visible on the rock today. But beware, rattlesnakes are still the guardians of Deer Medicine Rocks so admire from afar if you can even find it. There are no signs directing traffic to this place of solitude.

Montana’s National Parks

Since the early 1900s, West Yellowstone has been a tourist-friendly access point to geysers. Exploring our nation’s first national park makes you feel like part of the history that shaped our nation.

While in Yellowstone, visiting the Grizzly and Wolf Discovery Center is a must-see when visiting Montana. The sanctuary was built for animals that had grown too comfortable around humans or were orphaned. It’s the only time you’ll be happy to see a wolf or bear up close. While you are there, please consider adopting your very own bear, wolf, otter, or raptor. You will be the envy of all your friends.

Glacier National Park has over 700 miles of trails to explore. Glacier-carved peaks and valleys are so stunning; it’s often called the Eden’s Garden. John Muir once said of Glacier Park;

“Give a month at least to this precious reserve. The time will not be taken from the sum of your life. Instead of shortening, it will indefinitely lengthen it and make you truly immortal.”

Law Firm vs. Consulting Firm – Which is Better 

Hiring the right kind of timeshare exit company to help you get rid of your timeshare and back in charge of your life is everything. Knowing the difference between hiring a law firm vs. a consulting firm is vital. Red flags include asking for money upon first contact and negative reviews on the Better Business Bureau website. Trust your instincts.

Skiing the Rockies

  • Showdown Montana is one of the state’s first ski resorts and is a favorite family year after year. 
  • Big Sky Resort is well known for supplying the biggest skiing in America. This abundant space and high-speed lifts mean little or no wait time. 
  • Whitefish Ski Resort It’s a well-kept secret that no matter what daytime storm may have socked the resort, the night riding is on all of the time.


Top 5 Fishing Spots in Montana

  1. Montana has some of the best rivers, creeks, and lake fishing in the nation. Thousands of years ago, glaciers carved the stunning landscapes of Glacier Park. Pooling in between these mountains is the largest naturally formed lake in America, Flathead Lake
  2. The Hyalite Reservoir is a unique waterway surrounded by blue-green alpine trees and is the perfect place to fly fish. If you are new to the angler game, Montana has you covered. You can find a fishing guide in any area of Montana.
  3. Fly fishing takes skill and patience. Galatian River tour guides will take you to parts of the river that have rarely get touched by other anglers. 
  4. The Madison River runs for more than 140 miles before joining the Jefferson and Gallatin rivers to form the Missouri River. Montana’s fishing adventures are endless.
  5. Near the ski slopes of Whitefish Mountain Resort, Whitefish Lake is another reason to visit the city of Whitefish in northern Montana.


Timeshares in Montana

  • WorldMark West Yellowstone (Club Wyndham) This modern-rustic and inviting retreat is a perfect place to relax after exploring nearby Yellowstone National Park.
  • Lake Condominiums at Big Sky (Bluegreen Vacations) Have your morning coffee on your private deck while gazing at the panoramic views of mountain peaks and valleys.


The Secondary Timeshare Market 

Book your vacation on your terms.

  • Red Week is the most popular place to rent timeshare units without commitment. Deeply discounted timeshare rentals are available to everyone.
  • Armed Forces Vacation Club is a vacationer’s dream. Eligible military and their families will find entire vacation weeks in Montana as low as $299.


Helena’s Art Scene

The state’s capital, Helena, is not the largest city in Montana, and that’s the draw. Helena’s downtown is quaint compared to most capital cities, and that’s the way the locals like it. The residents of Helena take pride in preserving its Western charm and authenticity.

  1. The Arts District in Helena is full of beautiful Native American art. Tribal members still live on reservations, innovating new products, and creating traditional arts and crafts. 
  2. An all-volunteer staff maintains The Grandstreet Performance Art Theater. This home-grown theater has been around since 1975 and often has classics like The Sound of Music and Mary Poppins. 
  3. After your busy day exploring Helena, melt your troubles away at Broadwater Hot Springs.
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Get Out of Your Contract

There is a way out of your Montana timeshare contract, and we can help. Please contact us and tell us your story. We’ll listen and create a customized timeshare exit plan just for you.

  • Take a few minutes to fill out this basic questionnaire 
  • Call us toll-free at 1-800-604-3989