Things To Do in the Spring in Western Montana + Glacier National Park

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Things to Do in the Spring Discover Our Quiet Season
Jean Wilson-Pankonin

Discover Our Quiet Season

Western Montana’s winter wonderlands and heavenly summers are separated by quiet, undiscovered springs. While winters are abuzz with snow enthusiasts, springtime is when the landscape itself comes alive with rushing rivers from mountain runoff, meadows and hillsides awash with wildflowers, fertile green hues and emerging wildlife. The days get longer and the temperatures begin to warm up. And because we make adventure a priority in every season, this one’s no exception. We ski well into the spring here—surfing the soft snow and celebrating a winter well-played. Spring is also the only time you can bike Glacier National Park’s jaw-dropping Going-to-the-Sun Road before it opens to vehicular traffic. Ready to tee up? Our golf courses thaw out in the spring too. Take advantage of shoulder season pricing and head to Glacier National Park when our open spaces are wide open and waiting.

Sled the Burn in Montana This Winter

Seeley Lake, Ovando and Lincoln are preparing for another epic year of snowmobiling and sled skiing with thousands of acres of densely forested land burned by wildfires now wide open for winter play. Enter to win a vacation package.

News from Glacier National Park Currently, 21.0 miles of the Going-to-the-Sun Road are open for travel.

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