TASTING IS BELIEVING

Tasting Is Believing

180


FARMERS SUPPORTED

350


YEARS OPEN

1,000


VISITORS PER YEAR

$7,243


FUNDS RAISED
Explore the many adventure activities open to you here at Montana Mountains. You’ll find something for every season of the year, and visitors of every age and fitness level. 

WINTER ACTIVITIES


SKIING

Elevation at the park makes it possible for us to offer a wide range of slopes, for skiers of every level. Ski season starts with the first good snowfall (usually around mid-November) and generally continues through mid-March.

CLIMBING

Snow climbing is relatively new at the park, and incredibly popular. We offer a range of climbing facilities and a 3-hour training course for new climbers. All climbing gear can be rented at the park main office.

HELISKI

Access our most challenging mountains and hillscapes with our heliski package. It enables you to reach the most remote areas of our park, and enjoy a truly individualize and exciting ski experience.

SUMMER ACTIVITIES


BIKING

You’ll find hundreds of kilometers of paved and off-road riding trails at the park. Be prepared for extra high winds as you ride higher, and potentially slick conditions. Make sure you wear protective gear.

HIKING

Bring your hiking poles, sturdy shoes and plenty of high-energy foods, because once you get started walking the park’s hiking trails, you aren’t going to want to stop. All of our trails are clearly marked according to level of expertise.

CAMPING

There are more 180 campsites in the park, and demand is high, so book in advance. Note that developed sites have basic facilities such as running water and toilets; backcountry sites have no such facilities.

WILDLIFE

You’ll find an incredible array of wildlife roaming freely at the park. Enjoying taking photos, but do be sure to keep a safe distance. Also, respect the wildlife you encounter, as this is their home.

CANOE TRIPS

Travelling by canoe is one of the most relaxing ways of enjoying the park. Move along the water at a gentle pace, enjoying the scenery as you go. There are two boat shops at the park that rent canoes and gear.

RIDING

Riding has been a part of our national park since its designation in 1900. Horses, mules and llamas are allowed on designated park trails, and contribute to the park's special atmosphere.
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