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A Mountain Town

A Mountain Town

This is Kalispell, Montana, a vibrant mountain town that believes in boundless adventures, loving the earth and venturing boldly. It’s also a place that welcomes you to breathe deeply and live with intention, all while soaking up our storybook-like community and jaw-dropping views.

Here in Kalispell, you’ll find welcoming accommodations, diverse activities and things to do, a walkable downtown and a robust culinary scene. You’ll also find a place that’s committed to recreating responsibly, taking care of these wide-open spaces and supporting the community. From scenic drives to paddling on Flathead Lake and visiting Glacier National Park, there’s so much to experience in northwest Montana. Come venture boldly in Kalispell.

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Waterfall at Logan Pass in Glacier National Park Montana with Reynolds Mountain in the background covered in snow

GLACIER NATIONAL PARK: The Crown of the Continent

A scenic 32 miles from Kalispell is Glacier National Park. Carved by ancient glaciers, the park’s 1 million acres are home to some of the most beautiful terrain in the world.

DOWNTOWN KALISPELL: Explore the Heart of Kalispell

Historic roots and vibrant culture beautifully collide in downtown Kalispell, creating a space that’s walkable, charming and welcoming. With local shops, restaurants, stores and more, come experienc…

Play on Flathead Lake

A 10-minute drive will take you to the shores of Flathead Lake. One of the most stunning lakes in the country, it combines on-the-water fun with shoreline adventures, including orchards, scenic drives…

WHERE TO EAT & DRINK: Dine Out in Kalispell, Montana

From sipping on made-right-here cider to biting into a bison burger, Kalispell’s culinary scene has lots to offer. Taste Montana at local bakeries, coffee shops, distilleries, bistros and restaurant…

Wander Map


  • Plan and prepare
  • build an inclusive outdoors
  • be a steward
  • leave no trace
  • be wildlife wise

Kalispell and northwest Montana are special. From public lands to locally owned businesses, there aren’t a lot of places as wild, untouched and pristine as our corner of the world. Whether you’re here for a good time or a long time, it’s vital to do your part and recreate responsibly.

Recreate Responsibly

Featured Blogs

Your Guide to Visiting Kalispell, Montana, in Spring

Discover the magic of springtime in Kalispell, Montana – where snow-capped mountains meet blooming wildflowers and endless adventure awaits!

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Town and Trails Pass

Part guide, part prize package and 100% all-in adventure, the Discover Kalispell Town & Trails Pass is your ticket to explore the most beautiful and exciting attractions that Kalispell has to offer. Simply sign-up for the pass and start exploring for a chance to win a Kalispell vacation package.

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10 Reasons to Visit Kalispell, Montana Right Now

Spring into action and make your dreams of a Kalispell getaway a reality! With cherry blossoms, fewer crowds, and endless outdoor adventures, there’s no better time to experience the magic of northwest Montana and Glacier National Park then RIGHT NOW!

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Visiting Montana’s Glacier National Park in 2024? Here’s What You Need to Know

With 1 million acres of glacial-carved terrain, Glacier National Park, located in Kalispell’s backyard, stands as one of the state’s essential destinations, boasting some of the most breathtaking landscapes in the United States. Positioned just 32 scenic miles from downtown Kalispell at the park’s west entrance in West Glacier, Montana, it offers easy access for visitors who choose to stay in the area, allowing them to explore the park at their leisure while enjoying Kalispell’s culinary delights, guided activities, and lively downtown scene.

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Spring in Montana: Chasing Cherry Blossoms

With hundreds of inches of snow in the mountains, shorter days and cold temperatures during winter, the arrival of spring in Montana signifies a change not only of the seasons, but a rebirth for the people, animals and wildlife that call the state home. Spring brings longer days, plenty of sunshine and a renewed lease on life and hope for the new season ahead.

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