After a long season of bundling up, spring is a celebration in the Flathead Valley. Especially in Bigfork, where you’ll see boats on the water before the ice has time to thaw. Here spring fever involves a lot of fishing, camping, hiking, biking, and unshuttering seasonal businesses.c ullamcorper mattis, pulvinar dapibus leo.
There’s nothing more thrilling than seeing Bigfork in the summertime as visitors come from all over America and the world to see the sights and play. With access to pristine rivers, world-renowned national parks, wildlife, nightlife, the largest natural lake in the western United States, sky-high mountains, a championship golf course, storybook scenery, world-class theater and more, there’s a reason we liver for this season!
When the valley is transformed by red, gold and green, and a small dusting of snow graces the mountains, locals don’t start preparing to head indoors. Instead, we spend more time outdoors, taking advantage of this special season when hunting is in full swing, fishing is at its best, and the mountain trails reveal one breathtaking vista after another.
If you think Bigfork shuts down for the winter, think again. We keep ourselves busy snowshoeing, skiing, snowboarding, ice-fishing, mushing, sledding, ice skating, and attending a whiskey tasting or two. Not to mention enjoying Glacier National Park while it’s glistening with snow. Around here, we even cut down our own holiday trees!