Official Western Montana Travel Information Glacier National Park & Western Montana

Official Western Montana Travel Information

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Adventure is immeasurable, but 300+ inches of fresh powder every year is a good start. With thousands of acres of pristine terrain, including six downhill ski areas, untouched backcountry and miles of snowmobiling trails, it stands to reason that Montana is one of the locations featured in Warren Miller's most recent movie, “Line of Descent.” Find yourself in Western Montana’s Glacier Country.

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Warren Miller Can’t Get Enough Epic Montana Powder

It’s no secret that winter in Western Montana is pretty extraordinary. With over 300 inches of snow every year and thousands of acres of awe-inspiring terrain, including six downhill ski areas, it’s most certainly a winter travel destination.

7 things to do during winter in Montana if you don’t ski

Let’s face it: downhill skiing and snowboarding are two of Montana’s favorite winter pastimes. Heck, just in Western Montana’s Glacier Country alone there are six ski areas that have more than 7,000 acres of terrain.


A winter snowshoe in Montana’s Glacier National Park:

Earlier this week, some of my favorite girls and I had a hankering to get outside. As we were brainstorming some ideas on where we could go and what we could do, we started thinking about our backyard playground: Glacier National Park.

Western Montana Tourism & Glacier National Park Travel Information

Western Montana's Glacier Country