The northeast corner of Montana is home to vast mountain lakes for summer recreation, picturesque ski slopes, and the revered Glacier National Park.

With over 700 miles of trails and 1,583 square miles of wilderness, Glacier is a hiker’s haven for those looking to get into the remote country of the West. Its pristine bodies of water, rugged mountain ranges, alpine forests, and sprawling meadows make for views that seem too majestic to be real. Flathead Lake, just south of Glacier, is nearly 30 miles long and a hub for boating, paddleboarding, kayaking, and swimming in the summer months. The lake is surrounded by lively bars, restaurants, and numerous farms where you can pick fresh Flathead cherries. West Glacier is a hub for whitewater rafters looking for adventure on the Flathead River as well.

When you visit Glacier Country, plan to spend plenty of time outside, taking in the sights and sounds of pristine wilderness at its best.

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Skiing & Snowboarding

Snowshoeing

Swimming

Whitewater Rafting

Wildlife Viewing

Glacier Blog

How to Prepare for Traveling in Montana This Summer

Post Date: 07/27/2021

Montana has long been a place for many to get away from it all, taking the time to unwind and relax in nature. And that’s even more true this year as travel reopens and people are anxious to get out and adventure under the big sky. But as you begin...

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A Day on Flathead Lake

Post Date: 08/25/2020

There are so many ways to spend your time out on Flathead Lake. You can explore the shoreline and Wild Horse Island. You might want to fish up a storm for giant lake trout from the depths or a smaller catch from the shoreline. Maybe you just want to splash...

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Everything You Need to Know About Hunting Season in Montana

Post Date: 09/07/2021

Montana is a unique state in that you can hunt nearly year-round, with different seasons overlapping to cover nearly every month. Hunting is a strong part of the culture here, dating back millennia, and it ties into sustainability and managing wildlife populations. Dollars from license fees, tags, and taxes on...

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