Category: Sporting

Hiking Trails in the Missoula Area

Longer Hikes Mission Falls (48 Mi. from Missoula), Moderate Level, 3.6 Miles one-way Heart Lake Trail (78 mi. from Missoula), Easy Level, 2.42 Miles one-way Holland Falls (78 Mi. from Missoula), Medium Level, 1.5 Miles one-way Blodgett Canyon to the Waterfall (51 Mi. from Missoula), Easy Level, 3.5 Miles one-way Mill Creek Canyon (46 Mi….

Living in the Flathead Valley

The Flathead Valley offers residents a plethora of outdoor opportunities and scenery. With the mountains and Flathead Lake surrounding, the valley is sure to attract tourists and locals alike. Additionally, Glacier National Park is not too far away, offering access to some of the more pristine wildlife, hiking trails, and bodies of water. Flathead lake…

Whitefish Mountain Resort

The Whitefish Mountain Resort offers tons of activities to Montanans and tourists. From summer to winter- you can find something to do.

Guided Montana Hunting

If you live in or around the state of Montana, you know that the fall season means hunting. With general deer and elk season kicking off this past weekend on October 20th, lots of Montanans were out and about. Montana’s public lands and scenic environment provides a unique experience for hunters to get their animals….

Moonlight Basin

Moonlight Basin, the famous ski resort located in Southwest Montana, stretches from Lone Peak down towards the Madison River Valley. When at Moonlight Basin, you can find a variety of activities for every season. In the winter season, visitors can ski, snowboard, fat bike, dog sled, snowshoe, ice skate, snow tube, and more! With over…

Paws Up, A Luxury Ranch Resort

An Exceptional Experience Located 35 miles from Missoula, Montana, The Resort at Paws Up provides a unique get-away for busy lifestyles. Paws Up is on a 37,000 ± acre ranch that is filled with activities ranging from riding in a chuck wagon, to experiencing fly fishing on the Blackfoot River. The resort offers a luxury…

Big Sky Community receives $10.3 million TIGER Grant

Transformative $10.3 million federal Transportation Investment Generating Economic Recovery (TIGER) grant awarded to Big Sky Community. Transportation and transit infrastructure challenges to be addressed as Big Sky prepares for future growth. Good things come to those who wait. On October 12, 2017 Big Sky, Montana applied to the Transportation Investment Generating Economic Recovery (TIGER) program…