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  • Family bicycling on path trail in summer; mountains in background.

    After the meeting

    May 21, 2018

    Extend your stay to experience summer in NW Montana. When your family finds out you’re headed to Kalispell, Montana, for a conference, there is no doubt they will beg   more >

    The don’t-miss days of summer

    May 11, 2018

    Visitors to Montana often marvel how summer days seem to last forever here. With new discoveries around every bend in the river or trail, the humdrum of life is   more >

    Categories: Summer

    Young woman and her dog, hiking in The Jewel Basin of Montana

    To Glacier and beyond

    April 30, 2018

    AUTUMN IN NORTHWEST MONTANA IS ONE OF THE BEST SEASONS TO GET ON THE TRAIL AND ON THE WATER. As of September 17th the entire length of Glacier National   more >


    November 2, 2017

    Northwest Montana has become a veritable oasis of distilleries and wineries as well. Fans of small-batch porters and pilsners, rieslings and ryes can spend days sampling the delicious local   more >

    Two standup paddle boarders on Flathead Lake.

    72 Epic Hours in NW Montana

    June 16, 2017

    Northwest Montana stretches from the west side of the Continental Divide north to the Canadian border and west toward Idaho. Home to two of the Northwest’s most beautiful travel   more >

    5 Secrets in Glacier National Park

    June 15, 2017

    Imagine growing up 30 miles from one of the most stunning places in the world — a place known as the Crown of the Continent. For kids in Kalispell,   more >

    Your Kalispell Packing List

    June 15, 2017

    Looking for a respite of fresh air, spectacular views and a whole slew of bucket list items? A Kalispell getaway is the ideal escape from urban life — all   more >

    Faces of the Flathead

    May 12, 2017

    Meet the people who make a trip to Northwest Montana a treasured memory. At the Kalispell CVB we often hear that even though we live in one of the   more >


    May 4, 2016

    Celebrate the National Park Service Centennial in Glacier National Park. A century ago President Woodrow Wilson signed the bill creating the National Park Service, inspired by the efforts and leadership   more >

    Mountains to Greens

    September 28, 2015

    Golfing Flathead’s Highway 93 — There are few other stretches of road that offer hundreds of miles of pure mountain beauty and easy access to endless recreation opportunities. And   more >

    Hiker standing on rock outcropping at top of a waterfall, looking down a canyon

    Sunbathe, hike, bike, ski

    July 10, 2014

    Folks in Kalispell call this season “summer” just like everyone else. But if you notice a wry twinkle in their eyes, it’s because they know that they can experience   more >

    Take a taste of the season

    July 10, 2014

    While Northwest Montana is best-known for its soaring peaks, Kalispell itself is surrounded by thousands of acres of fertile agricultural land, making it a jackpot for foodies seeking local   more >

    Dragon Boat team practicing on Flathead Lake

    The Monster-ous Lake

    June 26, 2014

    Whenever friends visit from out of state I make sure that their itineraries include a circuit around Flathead Lake. Even by car, the 97-mile trip can easily fill a   more >

    Rustle Up Some History

    April 1, 2014

    Across Kalispell, beautifully preserved architecture and absorbing artifacts echo that time, not so long ago, when Kalispell lay at the edge of the Western frontier.  more >

    On stage. On display.

    January 22, 2014

    Amid these soaring mountains you’ll find people who are as down to earth as any in America. They work hard so that they can play harder. They see no   more >


    September 11, 2013

    Around Kalispell, uncommon communion seems more the rule than the exception wherever folks belly up to a bar or step onto the dance floor. Don’t come here looking for   more >


    August 8, 2013

    No matter when you come to Kalispell, you’ll find unforgettable experiences for the whole family.  more >

    Moab of the North

    August 8, 2013

    Whether you prefer rolling roads or ridgeline single-tracks, Kalispell has a route for you…and a bike for you…and an event for you…  more >


    August 8, 2013

    Humans aren’t the only creatures to think highly of the Kalispell area. Year after year, thousands upon thousands of birds flock through the area along a major north-south migratory   more >

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