things to do in the winter
Sledding is one of the easiest ways to enjoy the downhill rush of crisp mountain air, breathtaking scenery and freshly fallen snow. Also, anyone can play. It’s fun for the entire family, and it’s a pretty great way to make magical winter memories, too. Grab a sled, tube or toboggan and head for the hills. You’ll find popular sledding spots all across the region. In addition, many resorts have sledding and tobogganing activities available for their guests, with sleds provided. If you’re in need of a sled, you should be able to find them for sale in our larger full-service communities, but never hesitate to ask the staff where you’re staying.
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|Dry Ridge Park||From downtown, go south on US Highway 93. Turn east on 11th Street E. The park is at the corner of 11th Street E. and Woodland Avenue.||Kalispell|
|Buffalo Hill Golf Course||From downtown - take Highway 93 north - just before the road begins to bend; stay straight which turns into North Main Street. Follow the road until it ends in the parking lot.||Kalispell|
|Blue Mountain||Take Blue Mountain Road and follow it past the upper parking lot, look for trail hikes around the bend another 3/4 mile. The hill is rather steep, but sledding from the top is not required.||Missoula|
|Upper Miller Creek||Take Upper Miller Creek Road seven miles past Linda Vista Boulevard, past the green colonial-style house, there is a small clearing in the woods off to the left. The trail is about six feet wide and has a gentle slope.||Missoula|
|Rainbow Park||Off Linda Vista Blvd.||Missoula|
|Nicole Park||Off Linda Vista Blvd.||Missoula|
|Riverside Park||Turn off Highway 93 next to the bridge in Polson - the park is on the lake side. Short slope, mildly steep.||Polson|
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