Nature October 29, 2017
7 Perfect Montana Weekend Getaways For Outdoor Lovers
You’d be hard-pressed to find a Montanan who doesn’t love the great outdoors. But there are outdoor enthusiasts, and then there are those whose love of nature knows no bounds. For those people, these are the perfect Treasure State weekend getaways.
During these uncertain times, please keep safety in mind and consider adding destinations to your bucket list to visit at a later date.
1. Grouse Mountain Lodge, Whitefish
Inside this charming lodge, you'll find comfort and rustic elegance, Outside, Glacier National Park and Whitefish Mountain Resort are just minutes away,
2. Granite Park Chalet, West Glacier
Granite Park Chalet is only open in the summertime, but if you manage to get a reservation, you'll be amazed by the spectacular views in store... not to mention the fact that Glacier National Park is literally in your backyard.
3. 7 Point Ranch, Emigrant
This beautiful guest ranch is just a short drive from Yellowstone National Park, but you won't even have to leave your private room to enjoy the scenic views since Emigrant itself is so breathtaking. The onsite spa provides the perfect relaxation after a long morning hike.
4. 320 Guest Ranch, Gallatin Gateway
This historic property sits on the Gallatin River, and it's the perfect place to go for some peace and quiet. Their outdoor activities span all seasons, from trail hiking and rafting to sleigh rides and snowmobiling.
5. Somers Bay Log Cabins, Somers
These cozy cabins sit right on the shores of Flathead Lake. Big Mountain Ski Resort and Glacier National Park are mere minutes away.
6. Blue Damsel Lodge, Rock Creek
The Blue Damsel Lodge is described as a mansion in the wilderness. It was built by a craftsman and his artist wife, so every detail is extraordinary. You won't want to spend your entire trip indoors, though - there's plenty of amazing natural scenery to see outside.
7. Columbia Mountain Ranch, Columbia Falls
These rustic cabins are set among pine trees by a pond. Better yet, Glacier National Park is just 15 miles away.
Weekends spent in Montana are the better than weekends spent anywhere else. And
these towns are perfect for mini vacations.