Spring Into Adventure
Western Montana Warms Up

As the snow melts, warm-season adventures begin to ramp up. The landscapes turn a lush green against heavenly blue skies. One of our best-kept secrets, spring is the ideal time to enjoy solitude and splendor in Western Montana. It’s the perfect season to fish a quiet river, take a tranquil hike, bike Glacier National Park’s jaw-dropping Going-to-the-Sun Road before it opens to vehicular traffic, or take some early-season swings on one of our golf courses. Shoulder season prices are in effect, too. There’s much to do in a Western Montana spring.

Read our Spring Festivals and Events blog post for even more spring travel inspiration.

Make a Splash in
Sparkling Spring Waters

Springtime = snowmelt = mountain runoff = big water. That means whitewater rafting is at its peak, and we’ve got plenty of friendly and experienced rafting guides to get you on the rapids. But, before the rivers get too swollen, spring fly-fishing is at its prime. Late March through early May is the most undiscovered time to fish a Montana waterway. Why? The trout are biting! Early season hatches make for stellar dry
fly-fishing. In fact, many local fishing guides hit up their favorite spots in the springtime because they know what’s up.

Wildlife Emerges
in Western Montana

Spring means wild things are emerging in Western Montana, namely, wildflowers and wildlife. The hillsides and meadows are blanketed in stunning floral hues, providing a beautiful canvas for wildlife watching. Bears are coming out of hibernation, and it’s the perfect time to spot fawns and other baby animals making their way in the world. Birds are back, too, and this birder’s paradise is not to be missed in the springtime. As always, adhere to wildlife safety tips while recreating and watching animals in the wild.

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