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In this picturesque mountain town, outdoor recreation is a priority. And you’ll be a short drive from it all with a stay at Stillwater Retreat, a modern-meets-Montana home isolated on 32 serene acres just outside of Whitefish. Take in the mountain views from its rooftop deck, or gather the family for a game of volleyball at its own sand court.
A resort town nestled among the snow-capped Rockies of northern Montana, Whitefish is a year-round mountain haven. Founded in the late 1800s, the town was a major logging site before it became the mecca of outdoor recreation it is today. In the winter, Whitefish Mountain Resort welcomes more than 350,000 skiers to its vast and pleasantly uncrowded terrain. In the summer, the nearby Glacier National Park beckons, with its jaw-dropping vistas and more than 700 miles of superb hiking trails. In Whitefish’s charming downtown, the Railway District offers a variety of locally owned shops and galleries, like artisan jewelry crafted with Montana-native gems.
Just 27 miles outside of Whitefish lies one of the country’s most spectacular national parks. Explore miles of hiking trails with incredible mountain views and drive Going-to-the-Sun Road for even more spectacular vistas.
Offering more than 3,000 acres of skiable terrain, this resort is one of the largest in the U.S. In the summer, it becomes an aerial adventure park, with zip lines, obstacle courses, and an alpine slide.
This storied river offers some of the best fly-fishing in the country. Though it can be fished all year, the summer months are the best time to cast a line into the Flathead—myriad area outfitters can be your guide.
Like many mountain destinations, Whitefish sees warmer days with significantly cooler nights, sometimes dropping as much as 40°F. But winters are relatively mild—considering the town’s elevation—with highs in the 30s thanks to its location near Northwest Montana’s myriad lakes. In the summer, temperatures hover pleasantly in the high 70s and low 80s.