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High in the Montana mountains, Whitefish is a spectacular skiing destination during the winter months, with shimmering glaciers and the grey mountains covered in thick powdery snow. However, it's also a popular spot to visit in the warmer months, and the melting snow gives way to lush greenery and huge national park areas that can be explored by foot or by bike. The town itself is small and charming, and you'll enjoy boutique stores and a laid back atmosphere that's a refreshing change from some of the more crowded ski resorts.

Things to see

Glacier National Park is surrounded by rocky grey mountains with snowy peaks, and as you hike through the trails you'll see shimmering glaciers, tumbling waterfalls, and during the spring months; colorful wildflowers. With over 700 miles of hiking trails, including the challenging 110 mile hike from north to south of the park, there's plenty of isolated land to be explored. The mountains around the area are covered in a perfect covering of powdery snow in the winter months, and the Whitefish Mountain Ski Resort is popular with skiers and snowboarders. With a wide range of trails from beginners to advanced slopes, a terrain park for practicing jumps and other skills, and even night skiing available under the stars, it's the perfect uncrowded ski resort for all the family. The Buffalo Hill Golf Club also enjoys breathtaking mountain views, with 18 holes set around a lake, with well-maintained greens surrounded by tall trees.

Hotels in Whitefish

There are lots of ski resorts and lodge style accommodation options in this area, so if you're looking for hotels in Whitefish then you'll have a wide choice available. Choose one of the cozy 3 or 4 star lodges and you'll enjoy hotel facilities such as indoor pools, saunas, spa tubs, day spas, steam showers, restaurants, bars, and lounges. Many hotels offer ski-in/ski-out access, and if you need to get work done there are often business centers and free WiFi at your disposal. You can enjoy guestrooms with mountain views, and will find extra amenities to make your stay comfortable which can include bathrobes, bath products, flat-screen televisions, and cribs on request.

Where to stay

Whitefish has a small and charming downtown area that sits in the shadows of the surrounding mountains, with a cute, small-town atmosphere and friendly welcome. There's a wide choice of restaurants, from cozy grills to wood-fire pizza places, and there are also a few upmarket, fine dining options for stylish aprés-ski. There are also many lively bars with live music and a party atmosphere. During the day you can enjoy the boutique shopping opportunities, with stores selling ski equipment, handmade clothing and jewelry, pottery, and other craft items for you to take home as a souvenir.

How to get to Whitefish

Glacier Park International Airport has regular flights arriving from major cities across the USA, and is just a 15 minute drive from Whitefish. You can pick up a rental car or taxi from the airport terminal, and there are also shuttle services during ski season which can be booked in advance. Another option is to arrive via Whitefish Amtrak station is in the heart of downtown, and is the busiest stop on the Empire Builder line which runs from Chicago to Seattle and Portland. There are also private coach services that run from Missoula and other major cities, with extra services during ski season.

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