things to do in the winter
If summer in Montana is heaven on earth (and we promise it is), then winter in Montana is the snow-covered version of heaven on earth—a haven for powder lovers. And Glacier Country is a wonderland of winter awe boasting six downhill ski areas with 7,000 acres of skiable terrain and 300+ inches of yearly snowfall. Some of the best snow in North America, in fact. Plus, with miles of brag-worthy backcountry, the depth of discovery is limitless. So whether it means relaxing in the hot tub of a grand mountain lodge after a day on the slopes, taking a holiday horse-drawn sleigh ride to a romantic dinner after snowshoeing in Glacier National Park, or embarking on a backcountry mountaineering or snowmobiling expedition, your version of winter in Montana is waiting.
Seeley Lake, Ovando and Lincoln are preparing for another epic year of snowmobiling and sled skiing with thousands of acres of densely forested land burned by wildfires now wide open for winter play. Enter to win a vacation package.
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RT @Visit_Kalispell: Skate-skiing enthusiasts will find miles of groomed trails in the #FlatheadValley, ranging anywhere from flat loops fo…