With national parks, world-famous ski resorts, museums, lakes, wildlife, and even a ghost town or two — Montana is a wild and natural state ideal for nature lovers. Glacier National Park is the crown jewel of the state, and you can access Yellowstone National Park from here as well.
Try hiking, fishing, mountain biking…and in winter the skiing is idyllic. Grab your binoculars for wildlife viewings, and book a cozy cabin any time of year.
MONTANA’S BEST CITIES
MONTANA’S NATIONAL PARKS
OUR FAVORITE MONTANA OVERNIGHTS
This is a place for dreamers to reset, reflect, and create. Designed with a ‘slow’ pace in mind, our hope is that you enjoy every part of your stay; from making coffee by drip in the morning, choosing the perfect music to put on Sonos as the sun sets, listening to the creek at the bonfire, or just relaxing in the wood fired sauna.
Enjoy all that Montana has to offer while staying in this home on the corner of convenience and solitude. This beautifully designed custom Mountain Modern home is located on just over 6 acres and borders a seasonal creek This property is located in beautiful Columbia Falls— Columbia Falls is the “Gateway to Glacier National Park”.
Located just north of town, this cabin is steps from Ulery’s Lake and 100 yards from the Stagecoach lift. Relaxation at this beautiful home is easy thanks to a wood fireplace and lovely views out the windows. Cook your favorite meals in the fully equipped kitchen or the gas grill. At the end of a long day, you can’t beat a soak in the hot tub under a starry sky!
MONTANA’S BEST TOURS AND ATTRACTIONS
Whitefish Mountain Resort is probably best known for the ski resort, but a summer visit is also a must. Located in the town of Whitefish,MT and just 15 minutes from the bustling Downtown Whitefish area, it’s the perfect place to play for a day or spend the weekend.
Enjoy an easy 2 to 3 hour scenic raft trip down Glacier National Park’s Middle Fork of the Flathead River. Relax and learn about the river and Glacier National Park with a friendly, interpretive river guide.
Join a local guide and tour the world’s first National Park, home to grizzly bears, elk, bison, wolves, eagles, foxes and 60% of the world’s geothermal features. Stop at famous locations such as Old Faithful, Grand Canyon waterfalls, and Artist Point.