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.

The pools at Quinn’s Hot Springs Resort.

Western Montana is home to some amazing hot springs, from hidden backcountry pools to developed resorts. You’ll find a little slice of heaven by resting your body in the restorative mineral waters of these naturally occurring springs. Below, we’ve listed a few of our favorite places to soak.

Lolo Hot Springs

Surrounded by the Lolo National Forest and only 37 miles southwest of Missoula, Lolo Hot Springs Resort is a Montana hot springs hot spot. This popular resort also boasts a saloon with live entertainment, a restaurant, lodging and 500 miles of groomed snowmobile trails with on-site rental options.

The outside pool at Lolo Hot Springs. Photo: Lolo Hot Springs

Quinn’s Hot Springs

Located in the aptly named community of Paradise, Montana, Quinn’s is everything you want in a hot springs resort and then some. Overlooking the Clark Fork River, it’s the perfect place to stop and stay awhile. Between the warm mineral waters, the delicious food and the saloon, you won’t be disappointed.

A family enjoying the pools at Quinn’s Hot Springs.

Symes Hot Springs Hotel & Mineral Baths

Just about an hour and a half north of Missoula, the historic Symes Hot Springs Hotel is known for its healing waters and hometown hospitality. Step back in time at this eclectic, vintage, Spanish-style resort, which is open year-round. The hotel offers both hot and cold outdoor pools, an espresso stand, a restaurant, and live music on weekends.

Fog hovers over the pools at Symes Hot Springs. Photo: Symes Hot Springs Hotel & Mineral Baths

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