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Western Montana Winter Adventure

Go the Distance in Glacier Country

This winter may look a little out of the ordinary, but some things remain the same: More than 300 inches of fresh powder will blanket thousands of acres of breathtaking landscapes in Western Montana.

Glacier Country boasts seven downhill ski areas, untouched backcountry and miles of snowmobiling trails. Cozy up to snow season in one of our enchanting small towns, where warm hospitality and friendly accommodations are part of the adventure.

While things are a bit different this year, a Western Montana winter wonderland experience is waiting if we all do our part to play it safe while we're out and about. Six feet is nothing on the slopes and trails—we've got plenty of space to spread out. Plus, we're no strangers to face coverings—especially while skiing and snowboarding—so remember to mask up.

You can travel responsibly in Western Montana by planning ahead, practicing patience, coming prepared, and, most of all, being kind. Here in The Last Best Place, safety comes first.

Find your winter state of mind in Western Montana, and remember to travel responsibly.

Visit for more on safe travels and happy trails in Glacier Country this winter.

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News from Glacier National Park Currently, 11.5 miles of the Going-to-the-Sun Road are open for travel.

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