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Adventure is immeasurable, but 300+ inches of fresh powder every year is a good start. With thousands of acres of pristine terrain, including six downhill ski areas, untouched backcountry and miles of snowmobiling trails, it stands to reason that Montana is one of the locations featured in Warren Miller's most recent movie, “Line of Descent.” Find yourself in Western Montana’s Glacier Country.
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Located only 20 minutes away from the Best Western Rocky Mountain Lodge, Whitefish Mountain Resort is THE place to be for skiers and snowboarders alike. Featuring 94 marked runs ranging from green circles to double black diamonds, 14 lifts, and three beginner areas for first-time skiers, there is something for every skill level. The Best Western has a complimentary S.N.O.W. Bus that is able to transport you and your family to and from the mountain, and our front desk has lift tickets available for purchase. Fuel up with a complimentary hot breakfast each morning, and then after a full day on the mountain, relax in our outdoor hot tub and heated pool.
A four-season destination inspired by the people, culture and landscapes of Montana, the new Cedar Creek Lodge and Conference Center blends the comfort of a mountain lodge with modern style at the gateway to Glacier National Park in Columbia Falls. A rich sense of exhilaration infuses every experience, from fly fishing on Whitefish Lake and backcountry adventures in Glacier National Park to championship golf and more. Looking for more information? Call us toll-free within the U.S. at 855-SEEGLACIER (855-733-4522).
Unique, cool, hip...serene, welcoming and replete with natural beauty - what are you looking for in your next vacation? Missoula, Montana has the unparalleled natural beauty and cultural vibrancy to make your experience unforgettable.
Nestled in the Northern Rockies of Montana, surrounded by seven wilderness areas and at the confluence of three rivers, Missoula is an outdoor enthusiast's dream. You can kayak, raft or tube through downtown or take a relaxing hike in 60,000 acres of wilderness minutes from your hotel. Missoula is known for its blue-ribbon trout fishing (made famous by A River Runs Through It) and spectacular natural beauty. The opportunities are limitless.
Missoula is also a regional destination for shopping and dining, with an abundance of shops, restaurants, cafes, and breweries to fit all budgets and palates. Known for its eclectic culture, visitors will find this arts and cultural hub filled with an endless array of entertainment.
Order your free Missoula Visitor Guide online at destinationmissoula.org or stop by our walk-in visitor center located at 101 E Main Street in Downtown Missoula.
The properties of Enjoy Montana are perfect for your next vacation. Whether you long to explore the Flathead Valley, Glacier National Park, or the Jewel Basin, all is within your fingertips. You'll have the perfect starting place in any of our well appointed homes. Listen for the wind whispering through the trees, watch the flames dance, let the steam rise hot from your cup, or simply lay your head back and let all of your cares fall away. Whatever adventure you seek, it is waiting for you in the Flathead Valley. Let go and enjoy Montana.
Recently remodeled in 2017, The Pine Lodge, located in the picturesque Montana town of Whitefish, combines warm hospitality and easy access to all your winter activities. Take advantage of great rates and complimentary S.N.O.W. Bus that transports you to and from Whitefish Mountain Resort! Save time and purchase your lift tickets at the front desk. Ski or snowboard all day, and come back to the Pine Lodge to relax in our outdoor hot tub or indoor/outdoor heated pool. Several of our rooms offer in-room fireplaces, vaulted ceilings and are pet-friendly. The Pine Lodge is conveniently located close to downtown with balcony views of the meandering Whitefish river and mountains.
The Firebrand Hotel brings urban sophistication and service combined with the atmosphere and adventurous style of Montana. The Firebrand's premier location in downtown Whitefish is steps from world-class dining and nightlife with easy access to golfing, skiing, Whitefish Lake and local trails. Hop a car or shuttle and you'll arrive shortly at Glacier National Park.
Accommodation options include 81 deluxe rooms and 5 premium suites skyline rooms, each offering technologies expected by today's travelers. Restful sleep and privacy are assured with custom beds and sound-dampening materials built into the walls and floors. Each suiteskyline room features an in-room fireplace and body spray shower, and four include a balcony overlooking downtown Whitefish.
The lobby incorporates a bar and lounge offering breakfast, lunch, a small-plates style evening menu, 12 on-tap craft beers, and a selection of wine from around the world.
Spa, concierge and business services, a 24-hour fitness center, parking, automobile and bicycle rentals are available on-site.
Whitefish Mountain Resort welcomes skiers and snowboarders who are seeking a mountain that is uncrowded, beautiful and affordable. Rising above the town of Whitefish with views of Glacier National Park (located just 35 miles away), the resort charms its guests with a friendly fun-loving vibe, variety of terrain, and virtually no lift lines at an unbeatable value. Whitefish Mountain Resort is ranked in the Top 10 by readers of SKI Magazine, and is highly-revered for its value. The quintessential skier's mountain averages more than 300 inches of snow annually on 3,000 acres of bowls, chutes, and glades on all aspects.
The raw, wild beauty of Yellowstone National Park doesn't stop at the park boundary&emdash;it spills over for miles. Snow seekers and wonderland dreamers come for the panoramic vistas of pure white against impossibly blue skies plus three of Montana's four largest ski areas offering some of the best skiing in North America.
And here, downhill isn't the only way to glide through winter. There are miles of world-class Nordic skiing and snowshoeing trails to explore. Or, you can power up and take a guided backcountry tour of the park in a snowcoach or snowmobile.
Après ski, enchanting mountain towns&emdash;the heart and soul of Yellowstone Country&emdash;offer warm accommodations, lovingly crafted food and drink, and friendly folks, all of which are treasured just as much as the powder play. Shops, breweries, distilleries, cafés and coffee shops line downtowns streets, situated right on the edge of winter's finest outdoor adventure.