Adventurers, foodies, art explorers, golfers, skiers, paddlers... no matter your interest or passion the town and landscapes around Whitefish are the setting on which your next great story can be written. Over 600 miles of trails lead to Glacier National Park’s alpine lakes and rugged peaks. Take in the spectacular vistas with a red Jammer bus or embark on a boat cruise on Lake McDonald, St. Mary’s or Two Medicine Lake. Take an evening cruise on The Lodge at Whitefish Lake’s 31’ classic cruiser, “Lady of the Lake.”
Local events including a weekly farmer’s market, art fairs, professional theater productions, microbrew festivals, and race events are only some of the reasons that Whitefish is always alive and active.
When the winter snows arrive, the lifts are only 15-minutes away. World-class skiing and snowboarding at Whitefish Mountain Resort, backcountry snowcat skiing, multiple cross-country ski areas, snowmobile trails, dog sledding, ice skating, ice fishing and sleigh rides are some of the ways to write your winter in Whitefish story.
During spring and autumn seasons cyclists can ride the car-free Going-to-the-Sun Road in Glacier National Park, and from April through November mountain bikers can explore miles upon miles of single-track trails surrounding Whitefish.