Getting Here

GLACIER PARK INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT offers direct flights to eight major national hubs including Seattle, San Francisco Bay Area, Las Vegas, Salt Lake City, Denver, Minneapolis/St. Paul, Chicago and Atlanta. Served by Delta/Sky West, United, Alaska Airlines/Horizon Air and Allegiant. **ANNOUNCING:  additional summer air service to Kalispell!
– Non-stop twice weekly service from Kalispell (FCA) to Los Angeles (LAX) on Allegiant Airlines
– Non-stop daily service from Kalispell to Portland Oregon on Alaska Airlines

AMTRAK’s Chicago to Seattle/Portland Empire Builder trans-American train makes stops twice daily in nearby Whitefish. Visit AMTRAK for full schedules and details.

You’ll find plenty to do in Kalispell’s walkable historic downtown but to discover all that Kalispell and the Flathead Valley have to offer a rental car is recommended.

Rental Cars and Other Transportation >

DRIVING TO KALISPELL

Interstate 90 passes through the city of Missoula 115 miles south of Kalispell. From Missoula, U.S. 93 heads north to Kalispell paralleling the impressive Mission Mountain Range and beautiful shore of Flathead Lake.

Coming from the west on I-90, turn off at St. Regis, Montana. Follow Hwy. 135 through St. Regis to Hwy. 200. Turn left on Hwy. 200 towards Plains. At the entrance to Plains turn right on Hwy. 28, follow through Hot Springs continuing until you come upon a spectacular vista of Flathead Lake. At the intersection of Hwy. 28 and Hwy. 93, in Elmo, turn left. Hwy. 93 will lead you through the west shore towns of Dayton, Rollins, Lakeside, Somers then into Kalispell.

U.S. Hwy. 2 — known as the Hi-Line — is the main east-west route across Montana’s northern tier and passes through downtown Kalispell.

Montana Office of Tourism statewide weather and road conditions

Flathead Valley map

Kalispell map

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