Kalispell, MT, USA

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Kalispell, MT, USA

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Kalispell – gateway to Glacier National Park

Montana’s beautiful mountains draw skiers, outdoor enthusiasts, and nature-lovers – and Glacier National Park offers some of the finest scenery in the state. Kalispell is the place to stay to enjoy Glacier’s rugged mountain scenery and snowy peaks. And from October through March, Whitefish Mountain Resort – just a 45-minute drive north of Kalispell – offers fantastic skiing. For an authentic Montana mountain experience, why not rent a log home for your Kalispell vacation rental? They range from luxurious high-end log homes with views to die for, to rustic log cabins with toasty hot tubs – perfect for a romantic escape.

The perfect place for outdoor adventure

The spectacular mountain scenery, springtime flowers, and snowy peaks of Glacier National Park – just 45 minutes out of the city, and with 734 miles of hiking trails and alpine views – guarantee awesome wilderness adventures. From your Kalispell vacation rental, you can sail or kayak Flathead Lake’s clear waters for more unforgettable adventures. In winter, nearby Whitefish Ski Resort offers skiing and tuition for the whole family. After the snows have melted, you can enjoy 30 miles of lift-accessed mountain biking at Whitefish’s Bike Park – or kids will love its alpine slide, aerial adventure park, and spider monkey play-center.

Discover craft breweries and northwest Montana’s history

After a day enjoying the spectacular scenery, vibrant Kalispell offers dining and entertainment – as well as a thriving community of artisan breweries. Downtown Kalispell has several distilleries and breweries worth visiting and you could make a day of sampling small-batch porters and pilsners, rieslings and ryes found in tasting rooms across the Flathead Valley. The historic downtown area of Kalispell includes restored 1800s buildings such as the beautiful Conrad Mansion, and the fascinating local history at the Museum at Central School. Art lovers should head to the city’s Hockaday Museum of Art to view original work by local Montana artists.

From perfect powder to hot, dry summers

Kalispell experiences long, cold, and moderately snowy winters – so skiers can be pretty much assured of good skiing at the two local ski resorts between November and March. Summers are hot and dry, with short springs and falls in between – making a Kalispell vacation rental a great option whatever the season. Every spring, before Glacier National Park’s iconic Going-to-the-Sun Road is fully opened to cars, hikers and bikers have the opportunity to follow the plowing crews and enjoy a more relaxed pace on this National Historic Landmark, without sharing the road with RVs and other traffic.

Snowy mountain havens

Kalispell is located 7 miles north of Flathead Lake, the largest natural freshwater lake west of the Mississippi. As well as a wealth of water sports, visitors can enjoy the lake’s beautiful scenic beaches. Nearby Glacier is an international peace park, biosphere reserve, and world heritage site that is home to forested hillsides of red cedar, pine, hemlock, and inhabitants that include grizzly bears, moose, mountain goats, wolverines, Canadian lynxes, white-tailed deer, bobcat, coyote, and cougar. Or, for those who like their green spaces a little more ordered, there are 9 world-class courses within 45 minutes of downtown Kalispell.