A Montana Road Trip: Polson to Whitefish

I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again: Montana is beautiful during late winter and early spring. Remember a couple of weeks ago when I took a road trip from Missoula to Polson (you can read more about that—and see photos from that stunning drive—here) on a picture-perfect day? Well, the truth of the matter is that I kept on going and the second half of that day took me from Polson to Whitefish. And it, my friends, was beautiful. Here’s a look at the views from Montana’s Flathead Valley.

Hello, Flathead Lake.

Hello, Flathead Lake.

Polson, Flathead Lake and the Mission Mountains.

Polson, Flathead Lake and the Mission Mountains.

The view from Dayton, on the west shore of Flathead Lake.

The view from Dayton, on the west shore of Flathead Lake.

The clouds that day were incredible.

The clouds that day were incredible.

When traveling through Montana, you're more than likely to encounter several barns along the way. In a way, they almost become part of the landscape while still having their own stories to tell.

When traveling through Montana, chances are you’re going to come across one of the state’s barns. My advice? Stop and take in the view. 

The final stop: the outdoor fire pit at The Lodge at Whitefish Lake.

The final stop: the outdoor fire pit at The Lodge at Whitefish Lake.

It was a good day.

xo,
TT

4 thoughts on “A Montana Road Trip: Polson to Whitefish

  1. Becky Tunstall

    I love the drive heading south on 93 going into Polson!! We have friends that live in Dayton. Will be there June 4. Counting the days!

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