The Most Scenic Lake In Montana Is Perfect For A Year-Round Vacation
What do you like to do when you visit Whitefish? Some people prefer to ski all winter, while others use it as a “home base” for their summer outdoor adventures. The good news is, there’s no wrong answer. Whitefish, and particularly Whitefish Lake, is a year-round travel destination. If you’ve never considered this gorgeous Montana lake for your off-season adventures, it’s time to take another look.
Have you ever been to Whitefish Lake in Montana? If so, what was your favorite part? Would you agree that it is one of the best lakes in Montana? In your opinion, what is the best lake in Montana? We’d love to read about your experience in the comments section below!
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Where can we find other lakes in Montana?
- Cliff Lake is a popular place for kayaking, paddle boarding, and canoeing.
- Lake Como is perfect for hiking, mountain biking, boating, waterskiing, fishing, and more.
- Lake McDonald was carved out by Ice Age glaciers and is now Glacier National Park's biggest lake.
Read on to learn more about some of the many other stunning lakes in Montana.
Where can we find resorts in Montana?
- The Big Sky Resort in Big Sky offers a wide array of year-round activities, in addition to dining, shopping, pools, hot tubs, fitness areas, and more.
- Sage Lodge in Pray offers premium rooms as well as fully appointed cabins including living and dining areas, full kitchens, and other amenities.
- Fairmont Hot Springs Resort in Anaconda is a popular destination in part for its oversized Olympic swimming pools, mineral-soaking pools, and fantastic ambiance and views.
Read on to learn more about some of the many other fantastic resorts in Montana.
Where can we find short hiking trails in Montana?
- 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.
- The Triple Tree Trail in Gallatin National Forest is one of the easiest hikes in Montana and is particularly popular during wildflower season.
Read on to learn more about some of the many other beautiful and short hiking trails in Montana.