things to do in the winter
The best way to set out on a winter hike in Western Montana is to strap on a pair of snowshoes and trek the terrain. It’s pretty simple to get the hang of, easy on the budget and anyone can play. This also makes it a great winter activity for families and other groups, like reunions and corporate retreats.
Take a ranger-guided snowshoe trek through the snowy splendor of Glacier National Park or a guided trip with Glacier Adventure Guides or Whitefish Outfitters, or go your own way…just be sure to stay on the trails. Here’s a map to help you out. 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 snowshoeing. For inspiration, visit Glaciers to Geysers.
We also have local outfitters and gear shops who rent snowshoes and offer guided snowshoe tours. Check out our business listings below for more information.
Avalanche safety should always be top of mind when you’re headed into the deep stuff. Carry avalanche safety gear, know the red flags of an unstable snowpack, check the avalanche forecast, and get educated in avalanche safety.
Yellowstone is more than a park. In Montana, it’s a whole country—an entire ecosystem that doesn’t stop where the park ends. Venture north of the park and find the Yellowstone adventure you had in mind.
8525 State Highway 209
1600 Conn Road
8775 U.S. Highway 93 N.
24 Seventh St. W.
348 Grist Road
1200 U.S. Highway 93 (Whitefish Lake Golf Course)
PO Box 2241
I-90, Exit 0
939 Cottonwood Lakes Road
3195 W. Valley Drive
PO Box 16
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