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Close to the gateway of the Glacier National Park, Kalispell sits on a wide, flat area, with a view of the looming grey mountains in the distance. During the winter months, the city is full of skiers who plan to take on the mountain’s challenging trails. However, once the snow melts, it’s a lush, verdant area ideal for hiking and enjoying the fresh mountain air. Kalispell itself is a charming city with historical buildings, a vibrant cultural calendar, and a friendly atmosphere.

Things to see

Conrad Mansion is an impressive Victorian-era home that feels like it’s suspended in time. With many of the furniture and fittings from the era still intact and on display, it’s a fascinating glimpse into how the founder of Kalispell used to live. The Hockaday Museum of Art in East Kalispell is an imposing, red-bricked and domed building featuring both well-known American artists, and promising up and comers. The Museum at Central School has four floors of exhibits where you can learn about pioneers, the timber industry, Native American Culture, and the early days of the city, all housed in a unique brick and stone building. If you want some time outdoors then Lone Pine State Park to the southwest of the city overlooks the vast Flathead Valley vistas. Hike to a peaceful spot and take in the views, or whizz around the terrain on a mountain bike and enjoy the fresh air. A relaxing day can also be spent at the Buffalo Hill Golf Club where the natural sloping terrain and lakes form an interesting, challenging course, with mountain views in the background.

Hotels in Kalispell

Most Kalispell hotels are clean, comfortable, and suitable for budget and business travelers alike. Most rooms have cable television, complimentary toiletries, clock radios, and daily housekeeping services. There are lots of chain hotels in the area, and these often offer indoor swimming pools, spa tubs, complimentary breakfasts, and free WiFi. Those in the area for business will be pleased to see amenities such as on-site cafes and restaurants, conference facilities, in-room desks, and business centers.

Where to stay

Downtown Kalispell is a unique, quirky area with historic shop fronts housing independent boutiques. Along Main Street you’ll also find many glass-fronted offices housing larger corporations, making it a great area for people visiting on business. At night, the bars and restaurants light up, offering everything from fast food chains to independent outlets with a diverse range of food. Downtown also has charming parks and green spaces within walking distance, meaning you can escape from modern life and enjoy the well-maintained landscaping.

How to get to Kalispell

Glacier Park International Airport is conveniently located in the north end of the city, with the center only 15 minutes away by taxi, and rental cars available to pick up. The nearby city of Whitefish also has a busy Amtrak station on the Empire Builder line, with trains stopping en route to Seattle, Portland, and Chicago. There’s a bus service connecting Whitefish to Kalispell, and it usually takes less than half an hour to get between the 2 areas.