Thousands of years ago, the glaciers that carved the stunning landscapes of Glacier National Park pushed their way down into the modern-day Flathead Valley and sculpted Flathead Lake. The largest natural freshwater lake in the West, Flathead Lake sits in northwest Montana and is a sprawling blue jewel at the base of the Swan and Mission mountain ranges. Encompassing nearly 200 square miles, the lake has 185 miles of shoreline and a depth of 370 feet.
Hockaday Museum of Art Rotating Exhibits
Hockaday Museum of Art, originally a Carnegie Library, this turn-of-the-century building is home to permanent collections from Montana artists and rotating exhibits of nationally renowned and emerging artists.
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