Sportsman & Ski Haus | Kalispell

Sportsman & Ski Haus

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We’re big on family here at the Sportsman & Ski Haus. As an employee-owned company, we consider our customers part of our extended family. When you come to us for a product or a service, we want you to be satisfied. It’s an old concept . . . treating one another fairly and with honesty.

If something’s not performing, holding up, or fitting as you believe it should, let us know. We’ll follow up with the company of its origin, or take care of it ourselves if it’s not otherwise covered. Our guarantee covers our services as well; including Custom Boot Fitting, Ski & Snowboard Mounting, Ski, Snowboard and Bike Tuning & Repair, Firearm & Archery Services, and Golf Club Fitting. We’ll even back our golf lessons, based on Trackman analysis.

The Sportsman & Ski Haus, originally founded in 1968, is an employee owned outdoor and sporting goods store with locations in Kalispell and Whitefish, Montana, and Coeur d’Alene, Idaho.

Within an hour’s drive or less, there are ski areas, countless lakes and mountains, Glacier National Park, the Bob Marshall Wilderness, Lake Coeur d’Alene and Flathead Lake, the largest body of freshwater west of the Mississippi. We share your passion for the outdoors and are committed to helping you find what you need for your adventure.

We offer a great selection, backed by our personal guarantee of satisfaction.

We are committed to providing the best possible combination of selection, service, and value. We match prices on identical, new items whether in-store or online. We stand by every product we sell with a complete guarantee. We take pride in supporting many groups, charities, and functions, giving back to our respective communities. Our highest priority is customer service, staffing with people who live and play in the great outdoors and who are knowledgeable about the products they sell.

Upcoming Events

Kalispell Farmers Market

May through October

The Kalispell Farmers Market offers the freshest produce grown in the Flathead Valley and an array of locally-made goods. Every Saturday during the summer and fall from 9 am to 12:30 pm, find local farmers selling everything from meat and eggs, fruits and vegetables to baked goods to native plants and trees. Shop for handmade jewelry, pottery, soaps, paintings, and many more creations by the region’s talented artisans.

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Vibes and Visions Concert Season

September through May

Glacier Symphony’s Vibes and Visions Concert Season will kick of with Beethoven Live Upstairs on September 23rd. Followed by a variety of concerts that will surly delight and entertain. 

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Glacier Range Riders Baseball

May through August

The Glacier Range Riders are the Flathead Valley’s Pioneer baseball league established in 2022. Enjoy an entertaining evening with the whole family!

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Brash Rodeo Summer Series 2024

June – September

Rodeo has been a part of Montana’s culture since the first cowboys arrived over 150 years ago. This events include bull riding, bronc riding, chute dogging, roping, barrel racing, and steer riding. Brash Rodeo is Montana’s longest running series open rodeo. Your Glacier country vacation would not be complete without experiencing the legendary Blue Moon Rodeo. Get your ticket and more information at glaciercountryrodeo.com.

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May 24, 2024

Bigfork Whitewater Festival

The Bigfork Whitewater Festival is a local’s tradition! The Swan River spills into Bigfork Bay where this last mile of the Swan River is know as the ‘Wild Mile’, a class IV section of whitewater. Spectators have front row seats to some of the best whitewater action in the Flathead Valley.

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May 27, 2024

Downtown Kalispell Walking Tour

June through September

The Downtown Kalispell Walking Tour is a well-researched and high-quality tour that showcases the evolution of Kalispell as a cultural, economic, and transportation hub of Northwest Montana’s Flathead Valley. The tour is approximately two hours long, covers about one mile that is level and ADA-accessible, and includes over two dozen stops at 30-plus highlighted buildings that tell the story of Kalispell’s history and people. As you take the tour, you will learn about different architectural styles and modern reuse, prominent citizens and early settlers, how a bison herd could buy a city block, and where to spot ghost signs. It is a fascinating way to explore and learn about the history of Kalispell.

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