Adventures Inspired by Spring’s Arrival
Discover Montana’s Secret Season

Montana is Montana, no matter the season. That means any time is a good time to be here, exploring the magic and wonder of this incredible heaven on earth. You’ll always find an authentic adventure in Big Sky Country, but springtime offers some pretty unbelievable experiences for the tuned-in traveler.

As the snow melts, the rivers get a little rowdier, wildlife and wildflowers begin to emerge and shoulder-season prices go into effect, which means lodging and accommodations are priced for indulging. Hiking, biking and fishing this time of year offer a little more solitude than summer does. Check out our list of springtime adventures in Western Montana, and discover the magic of Glacier Country’s quiet season.

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Biking Western Montana

Exploring Montana by bike is the best way to cover Glacier Country’s terrain in the fresh mountain air, and spring is the perfect time of year to pedal this paradise. The crowds are lighter, which means the trails are quieter and there’s more room to spread out in our wide-open spaces. Check out our latest blog post for a list of nine of our favorite spring mountain biking and road biking trails in Western Montana, and bike Montana’s season of discovery.

Meet Montana’s Museums

Step back in time and take in the captivating history of the Old West and Montana’s rich past at our numerous prized museums and historical societies. Glacier Country is a veritable treasure trove of artifacts from the homesteading, railroad, copper king and gold-rush days, the Lewis and Clark Expedition and American Indian culture, to name just a few. You’ll find history museums and art museums on and off-the-beaten-path, all with a story to tell.