It goes without saying that a cabin in the woods with a crackling fire is quintessential Montana, regardless of your preference for rustic seclusion, modern amenities or the grand and luxurious. They all speak to the essence of what spending time in the wilderness is about. Warm your feet by a wood stove after snowshoeing through the hills of a Montana winter, or relax in a hammock by the trickling creek just outside your cabin door on a peaceful summer day and read that book you’ve been meaning to read.
Rustic cabins rentals and fire lookout tours are available for rent from the United States Forest Service. Cabins are also available in Glacier National Park.
Southwest Montana’s ghost towns and historic places tell tales of lingering souls. Whether you are a thrill seeker, ghost hunter or history buff, you’ll love these spooky sites and tours.
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466 Lake McDonald Loop Road, Going-to-the-Sun Road, Glacier National Park
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