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The Middle Fork of the Flathead River makes up the southern boundary of Glacier National Park, offering tranquility amidst spectacular scenery. All half-day and full-day trips offer a variety of class two and three rapids in the John Stevens Canyon. The intermediate rapids are fun and splashy without being dangerous and require no experience. Popular activities include whitewater, scenic float and dinner trips. Whether it's your first time or you're an old pro; whether you want to cast a fly or troll for mackinaw, the Flathead Valley is the place to catch your "perfect fish." Record size lake trout , rainbow trout, large mouth bass and other fish species found in the many lakes and rivers
provide the serious angler with days of enjoyment. The Flahead Adventure Company can arrange half-day and full-day guided trips that include all equipment for both lake fishing and fly-fishing. The whitefish area is home to over 1500 lakes in a 50-mile radius, including the 3,350-acre Whitefish Lake and Flathead Lake, the largest natural freshwater lake west of the Mississippi. The North Fork and main stem of the Flathead River is listed as blue-ribbon trout rivers. Streams open the third Saturday in May through November 30. Some streams have extended whitefish and catch-and-release fishing for trout from December through the third Saturday in May. Lakes are open the entire year, with some exceptions. Which makes for great winter ice fishing.

When it comes to the great game of golf, Montana's supreme combination of gorgeous scenery, dependable weather,
world-class courses, and a passionate mindset means this golfer's paradise has no rival anywhere. Come play amid the
striking beauty around our Montana Estate on some of the highest ranked golf courses in Montana. The Whitefish Lake Golf Club is one of Montana's most requested golf destinations, located adjacent to Grouse Mountain Lodge. The 36-hole layout welcomes all skill levels and mindset with various tee options. Sandwiched between Whitefish Lake and Lost Coon Lake, with Big Mountain Ski and Summer Resort looming in the background, players experience breathtaking views. Mounding and water add to the challenge as golfers weave their way through the pine-lined fairways. If 36-holes right out your door is not enough, Montana's Flathead Valley is home to ten championship golf courses all within forty-five
minutes drive of one another, offering a mix of mature, well-tended courses, more contemporary layouts with carpets of bent-grass greens, open links-style layouts, and tight forest-lined fairways. Add the majestic surroundings, amazingly low prices and friendly locals, and its golf the way it used to be, FUN! Big Mountain Golf Club (formerly Northern Pines) has been recognized by Golf Digest as one of the Best Golf Courses in Montana. It is the Flathead Valley's only
Scottish-style links course. Designed by two-time U.S. Open Champion, Andy North and Roger Packard. National ratings, along with course conditions, friendly staff and spectacular views encourage golfers of every level to experience the course. Eagle Bend Golf Club is a 27-hole championship course located on the north shore of Flathead Lake. William Hull, Jr. built the original 18 holes. In 1995 "Nicklaus Design" designed and built the "Nicklaus Nine" which lives up to the Nicklaus reputation, with challenging golf and gorgeous views of Flathead Lake, the Swan Mountains, and Glacier National Park. A combination of sculpted fairways, excellent greens, and outstanding practice facility and magnificent views provide an unrivaled golf experience.

Enjoy an Old West tradition…. Go Riding! Experienced guides will take you through Montana's treasured forests for hourly, half-day and full-day excursions. Meal packages are a great option, also a junior program available. For a truly unique experience try it today! Big Mountain Ski Resort is transformed in the summer months with spectacular summit vistas via a chairlift or gondola ride. Visitors can take advantage of hiking, mountain biking or guided nature walks with a ranger from the US Forest Service environmental education center to view the alpine wildflowers. Walk in the Tree
Tops is the newest exhilarating summer adventure. Featuring a half-day guided tour on a suspended boardwalk through the forest canopy

Big Mountain's Danny On Memorial Hiking Trail offers routes ranging from 3 to 6 miles in length. The United States Forest Service offers daily free-guided walks from the Environmental Education Center in Big Mountain's Summit House. Explore on your own or join them among the huckleberries and wildflowers, above the lakes and field's alongside peaks called the "Crown of the Continent". The Jewel Basin is a designated hiking area and a true hiker's paradise. Thirty-five miles of trail provide options for hikes of all lengths. While some prefer day hikes, many choose to camp by one of the area's 25 lakes and enjoy a few hours of fishing. Woodland Park is a beautiful 38-acre park in Kalispell and is know for its rose garden, swimming, pool, playgrounds and ponds teeming with waterfowl. A paved trail in the park provides
a level walking surface for a quiet stroll. The list goes on and on, please contact our activities about other popular trails in the valley. Whitefish has a proud history and rich timber and railroad heritage. Floral window boxes, hand-carved wooden signs, covered sidewalks, painted murals, and old-time building facades set the tone for a unique shopping experience. Spend the evening in a relaxed, safe, friendly atmosphere where locals like to tell stories and you can plan on a real western night out! Visitors to Whitefish are constantly reminded of Montana's beauty with three distinct mountain ranges in the background. The Whitefish Ranges to the north, the Swan Range to the east and the Salish Mountains to the west. Big Mountain Estate is located five munites from the rustic town of Whitefish so you can enjoy the endless shops, beautiful art galleries and award winning restaurants and return to the comfortable lodging accommodations at Big Mountain Estate. Beautiful and pristine Whitefish Lake offers a sandy swimming beach and beautifully-landscaped public park at the foot of Big Mountain. This public attraction features picnic tables and barbecues under roofed pavilions, as well as sun bathing, docks, and a boat launch. Whitefish Lake, one of the most beautiful lakes in the northern Rockies, seven miles long, offers plenty of room for boaters, water skiers and anglers alike. Entertainment and the arts are a mainstay in Whitefish. Music, live theater and art shows can be enjoyed all summer long, not to mention the annual microbrew festivals, huckleberry festivals, and the Taste of Whitefish.
If you visit in the winter the festivals continue with the Christmas Tree lighting ceremony complete with Santa's arrival by dogsled team. At the annual Christmas Stroll in downtown, shopkeepers show off the lavishly decorated Main Street with chestnuts roasting on an open fire, carolers in turn-of-the-century attire and local crafts and goodies lining the

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