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Whitefish, Montana is a charming, small town located in the northern Rocky Mountains of Montana next to Glacier National Park, home to some of the world's most beautiful mountains and spectacular, unspoiled nature.



Winter provides us with a season of deep white and glorious snow, with more than 300 inches to ski on each winter on Whitefish Mountain Resort. Big Mountain rises up beyond the glacier-carved Whitefish Lake and is the perfect backdrop to a town that celebrates mountain life, adventure, and friends.



As spring returns with a rush of light and sound, it reveals mountains of colorful adventures across a dramatic, natural playground. Rivers flow clean and pure into deep blue lakes as the summer days stretch out, suspending time in the lingering blue light. As bears gather food for a long sleep, autumn reveals secrets of the natural world that make you feel even more alive.



Whitefish is a real-deal, know your neighbor kind of place a charming, small town with good people who love to share adventure. After playing so hard, it's nice to relax with locally-inspired cuisine, plus the finer side of an arts and culture scene as abundant as the wildflowers. Keep the energy flowing with live music and a hopping nightlife, because you'll sleep well in one of more than 50 hotels, lodges, and bed and breakfasts on the mountain, the lake, or in town.



Glacier Park International Airport (airport code: FCA) is just 11-miles away, so once you land, you're practically here. Or jump on Amtrak's Empire Builder, with twice-daily arrivals to the historic Whitefish Train Depot.



For more information: www.explorewhitefish.com, 877-862-3548.
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Street Address
307 Spokane Ave
Whitefish, MT 59937
Phone
406-862-3548
Toll Free
877-862-3548
Mailing Address
PO Box 4232
Whitefish, MT 59937
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The Whitefish Visitor Center is located on the corner of Spokane Ave and Third Street in the Chamber of Commerce office.