Category: Hot Springs

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23 Things to Do This Spring Under Montana’s Big Blue Sky

Spring is one of Western Montana’s best-kept secrets. It’s the season to get out and explore the region’s emergence from winter, which includes greening landscapes, baby wildlife and raging waterfalls, not to mention uncrowded adventures and shoulder-season prices. Here are nearly two dozen ways to explore our most underrated season. 1. BIKE IN GLACIER NATIONAL […]

March 25, 2024

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Spring Seven: Western Montana’s Early Spring Must Do List

As winter’s chill gives way to the gentle warmth of early spring, Western Montana awakens with opportunities, inviting travelers and locals alike to experience the best of what this season has to offer. Here in Glacier Country, we’re not just waiting for summer to start our adventures; we’re diving headfirst into the season with our […]

March 7, 2024

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Gear Up for Winter Family Fun in Glacier Country

Winter is one of our favorite seasons in Western Montana. We play year-round here, but when the snow falls exploration is exponential—we gear up and get out, and you should too. Glacier Country on average boasts 300 inches of snow yearly, rendering the landscape a winter wonderland and offering endless winter activities for the whole […]

7 Things to Do During Winter in Montana if You Don’t Ski

There’s no question Western Montana is a downhill ski destination. But what makes this place so sought-after is the epic landscape, charming small towns and 300+ inches of snow the region sees every winter, all making it a popular destination even for those who don’t ski. Here are seven ways to play in a Western […]

Road Trip: Sanders County and the Clark Fork Corridor

Welcome to authentic Montana, where the pristine landscapes and vibrant small towns of Sanders County await. Nestled along the Clark Fork River, this hidden gem of the Treasure State offers a road trip to remember. Come explore the Clark Fork Corridor, where adventure, history and breathtaking scenery converge to create an unforgettable Montana experience. Start […]

9 Unique Stays in Western Montana

Western Montana is unique in many ways, including the landscape, wildlife, friendly locals, and number of breweries per capita. The remarkable and uncommon can also be found among Glacier Country accommodations. An extraordinary stay can be an adventure on its own, making your trip even more memorable. Here’s a roundup of nine incredible, striking and […]

12 Perfect Things to Do in Glacier Country on a Girls Getaway

By Keryn Means, TwistTravelMag.com Imagine it—wide-open spaces, quiet forests, peaceful lakes and your friends gathered around. That’s what you get when you spend a week or weekend in Western Montana’s Glacier Country. While this part of Montana encompasses millions of acres (and includes Glacier National Park), you can see a lot in a little bit […]

Romantic Getaways in Western Montana’s Glacier Country

Western Montana is a heaven for honeymooners, but it’s not just a perfect spot to celebrate wedded bliss. Lovebirds flock to Glacier Country for anniversary adventures, romantic weekend getaways, spa retreats and bed-and-breakfast charm. Unique lodging and fine dining, plus outdoor adventures and indoor comforts all allow for romance, reconnection and relaxation. Total bonus: The scenery here is so gorgeous you’ll fall in love with Montana, too.

The Top 5 Winter Activities in Western Montana

Winter in Western Montana’s Glacier Country is an awe-inspiring wonderland of snow-covered terrain, festive mountain towns and a delightful balance of low-key activities and adrenaline-pumping adventures. Here are the top five ways to take advantage of one of our favorite seasons. No. 1 Hot Springs The best way to unwind after a day in the […]

Discover Western Montana’s Hot Springs

Wintertime in Western Montana’s Glacier Country means one thing: snow—and snow means one thing: epic adventure. For years, Glacier Country visitors have enjoyed the many outdoor activities the season brings, and after a day of playing in our winter wonderland, the best way to unwind and embrace the colder temperatures is by soaking in the warm healing waters of a hot spring.

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