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Natural Hot Springs in Western Montana Near Glacier National Park

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Hot Springs Soak in Glacier Country
Noah Couser

Soak in Glacier Country

Of all the ways to relax in Montana, soaking in a hot spring is at the very top of the list. These pools of geothermally heated groundwater are especially inviting after a day in the snow, but are sure to delight year round. From hidden backcountry pools to developed resorts, travelers have come for years to rest their weary bones in the healing mineral waters of these naturally occurring springs.

Many travelers to Montana wisely plan their trips to include both of our national parks: Glacier and Yellowstone. To help make the most of your time, we’ve put together several road-trip itineraries that offer authentic park-to-park experiences, including visits to hot springs. For inspiration, visit Glaciers to Geysers.

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Alameda's Hot Springs Retreat

  • 308 N. Spring St. Hot Springs, MT 59845
  • 406.741.2283
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Fairmont Hot Springs Resort

  • 1500 Fairmont Road Anaconda, Montana 59711
  • 406.797.3241
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Lost Trail Hot Springs

  • 283 Lost Trail Hot Springs Road Sula, MT 59871
  • 406.821.3574
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