Folf Glacier National Park & Western Montana

Folf

Folf or Disc-Golf

Folf, Disc-golf, Frolf, Folf, Frisbee-Golf, hippy-golf, however you say it, the combination of Frisbee and golf has been gaining in popularity over the last few years. Glacier Country is rife with folf courses for a fun day in the woods or playing a course in the mountains.

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Northern Tier

Lawrence Park

Kalispell

Located on the north end of Kalispell, this long course is open and provides play without much elevation. Be courteous and communicative with other park users.

Getting Here:

From North Main, turn right just before Buffalo Hills Golf Course parking lot. Park your car by the pavilion.


Buffalo Bobs

Whitefish

This short but challenging course uses same tees to dual targets. It's heavily wooded, with the front nine having custom made baskets and the back nine have tones.

Getting Here:

On Highway 93, the course is located three miles south of Whitefish.


Smith Lake

Whitefish

This tightly wooded course requires short, accurate throws.

Getting Here:

From Whitefish, take East Lakeshore Drive and continue five miles past the Big Mountain exit to the Smith Lake turnout. Park right in the main lot.


Libby Disc Golf Course

Libby

This gravel course has nine baskets.

Getting Here:

The course is located at Libby Middle School. It's closed during school hours and athletic events.


Treewell Acres

Libby

This 18-hole basket course takes players through mostly flat and heavily wooded terrain.

Getting Here:

From Highway 2, take the Libby Dam exit. Continue one and a half miles to J. Neils Memorial Park entrance.


Timber Beast

Troy

Located in Troy, this course has tight trees and ace runs, with 18 baskets on a crushed stone course.

Getting Here:

Travel west on Highway 2 into Troy, cross Callahan Creek and take your first right. Take another right into the museum parking lot. 1st tee at east edge of lot throwing towards river.

Southern Tier

Blue Mountain

Missoula

Just south of Missoula, this hiker's course spreads across a large expanse on the face of Blue Mountain. The first half of the course is mostly open with occasional tree obstacles, while the second half goes through wooded ravines.

Getting Here:

The recreation area is located two miles southwest of Missoula. Take Highway 93 south to Blue Mountain Road and follow for one mile. The next left is Lookout Road, while the next right is the Maclay Flat Area.


Pattee Canyon

Missoula

This 18-hole technical course takes you among trees and provides a nice challenge for players of all levels. It's also one of the most popular courses in the Missoula Valley.

Getting Here:

From downtown Missoula, follow Higgins Avenue south. Turn left onto Pattee Canyon Road and follow for three miles.


Snowbowl

Missoula

Located north of Missoula, this 18-hole course takes players across rough terrain and provides beautiful views of the Missoula Valley.

Getting Here:

From Missoula, travel north on Grant Creek Road, then left onto Snowbowl Road.


Echo Valley

Frenchtown

Located in the Lolo National Forest, this 15-hole course has a mix of meadows, trees, hills and even a stream. Range 6 Under 300', 3 in 300' to 400'

Getting Here:

From Missoula, take I-90 west to Exit 89 in Frenchtown. Take a right at top of ramp and a left onto the frontage road. Continue just over one mile west to a right on Roman Creek Road. Follow for one mile, bearing right on the dirt road. Follow the main road for nearly one mile to the parking lot.


Spiritwood

Victor

This private course offers public access with 14 baskets, five tones and one barrel on its wooded terrain.

Getting Here:

From Missoula, travel south on Highway 93 to Victor. Continue two miles south, taking a right on Bear Creek Trail and a left on Red Crow Road. Go straight onto Fred Burr Road, taking your first right on Spiritwood.

Please call 406-961-4138 before playing. Visit the website: Spirit Wood Disc Golf.

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Western Montana's Glacier Country

News from Glacier National Park: Currently all 50 miles of the Going-to-the-Sun Road are open for travel.View Full Road Report

Events

Bird Woman Falls

An icon in Glacier National Park, Bird Woman Falls is a glistening 492-foot-high waterfall that cascades down the side of Mt. Oberlin. From West Glacier, travel the Going-to-the-Sun Road to Bird Woman Falls Overlook, located on the west side of the Continental Divide.

Trail of the Cedars

This short boardwalk trail (ADA accessible) takes visitors through an old growth cedar forest. It’s also the beginning of the Avalanche Lake Trail (just over two miles long) that leads to Avalanche Lake—one of the most popular day hikes in Glacier National Park. Trail of the Cedars is located about five and a half miles north of Lake McDonald Lodge.

Drive the Going-to-the-Sun Road

If your time in Glacier National Park is limited, one must-see attraction is the Going-to-the-Sun Road. This 50-mile long road takes travelers between St. Mary and West Glacier through the heart of the park, crossing the Continental Divide at Logan Pass. There are numerous pullouts along the road, ideal for taking photographs and enjoying the scenery.

See a Glacier

As you’re traveling the Going-to-the-Sun Road, pull over at Jackson Glacier Overlook (located east of Logan Pass). The overlook offers the best opportunity to see a glacier from the road.

Many Glacier Valley

Home to incredible mountains, active glaciers, abundant wildlife and miles of hiking trails, Many Glacier is located in the northwest section of Glacier National Park. Trails leave from this valley in numerous directions, with popular hiking destinations including Iceberg Lake, Grinnell Lake and Ptarmigan Tunnel.