When it comes to Montana’s Christmas towns, Bigfork definitely holds the official title as Montana’s Christmas Village. That said, the Treasure State is full of the holiday spirit, and plenty of our charming cities add some fun, festive decor. But when it comes to thoroughly diving into this magical time of year, you’ll definitely want to be sure to enjoy a Whitefish, Montana Christmas!

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For more information, check out the Whitefish Convention and Visitors Center website, as well as the Explore Whitefish Facebook page.

Have you ever been to Whitefish, Montana? If so, what was your favorite part? When was the last time you visited? Would you agree that is among the best Christmas towns in Montana? We’d love to read about your experiences in the comments section below!

If not, read on and more of why it’s such an enchanting town.

If you’d like to explore winter hikes in and around the area, you can find some great trails by going to the AllTrails website.

Also, be sure to learn why Big Sky, Montana, is considered one of the 50 most beautiful small towns in America.

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Where can we find small towns in Montana?

  • Philipsburg is a popular former 19th-century mining town with great hikes nearby.
  • Choteau has maintained a great deal of its historic French roots and offers a wide array of great shopping, dining establishments, and inviting accommodations.
  • Fort Benton is the Birthplace of Montana and home to the Bridge to Nowhere as well as numerous museums.

Read on to learn more about some of the many other charming small towns in Montana.

Where can we find the best steakhouses in Montana?

  • The Land of Magic in Logan serves up great steaks and other fare in an old-fashioned log building.
  • The Mint Cafe and Bar in Belgrade is an upscale, circa-1904 steakhouse and one of the best in the state.
  • The McAllister Inn, located in its namesake town of McAllister, serves elegant steaks, burgers and occasional prime rib specials.

Read on to learn more about some of the many other delicious steakhouses in Montana.

Where can we find short hiking trails in Montana?

  • The Triple Tree Trail in Gallatin National Forest is one of the easiest hikes in Montana and particularly popular during wildflower season.
  • The Redrock Falls Trail in Glacier National Park is a 3.5-mile hike and features a waterfall along the way.
  • The Sacagawea Peak Trail near Bozeman is short but does have some steep inclines and switchbacks.

Read on to learn more about some of the many other short hiking trails in Montana.