A river runs right through the city of Missoula, one of the reasons that this Montana destination and nearby mountains are so popular with anglers, hikers, bikers and in winter, snow-sports enthusiasts.
The Bob Marshall Wilderness Complex is a landmark wilderness in the United States. Situated along the continental divide in the northwest corner of Montana, the 950,000 acre complex boasts over 1800 miles of maintained trails.
Flathead Lake is one of the most dramatically framed bodies of water imaginable. Its basin carved by glaciers over 10,000 years ago, Flathead Lake is over 28 miles long and five miles wide, and holds the title of the largest natural freshwater lake west of the Mississippi River.
Kalispell is the biggest town in the Flathead Valley and is what most of the local population considers 'town'. A number of music and art festivals occur during the summer months in Kalispell, and the town is also the site of the annual Northwest Montana Fair.
Missoula is the cultural and economic center of Western Montana and ranks as the state's third largest city. Home to the University of Montana, Missoula is brimming with history, progressive culture and is buzzing with young and active people.
Snowbowl Ski Area is big. You could ski or board here for a week from open to close and never take the same line twice. From top to bottom, there's 2600 feet of continuous vertical, built on two peaks connected by a skiable saddle.
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