Find inspiration in Western Montana

Western Montana’s Glacier Country is a natural beauty where inspiration, new ideas and authentic experiences are found among mesmerizing peaks and glistening waters. The region boasts alluring small-town communities and mid-size cities brimming with genuine western hospitality, and it’s the perfect location to host your next meeting.

From a riverside lodge to a renovated barn or luxury guest ranch to a contemporary urban space in the heart of one of Glacier Country’s cities, beautiful and distinct lodging properties and meeting places abound alongside modern offerings, unexpected culinary experiences, the latest in technology, and up-to-date safety and security protocols. And with Glacier National Park and Flathead Lake as backdrops, you can find that perfect venue on the outskirts of town, or choose from the larger communities of Kalispell, Missoula and Whitefish, offering meeting options as endless as Montana’s big blue sky.

Break out from the boardroom at a unique off-site meeting venue, like a national or state park, ghost town, hot springs resort, working ranch, cultural center or museum. Lodging in Glacier Country runs the gamut from historic, mountain and lakeside lodges to luxury guest ranches, hot springs resorts, glamping retreats, and hotels ranging from boutique to branded.

When it comes to teambuilding activities, choose your own adventure with blue-ribbon fly-fishing, hiking, biking, horseback riding, whitewater rafting, golf, interpretive tours, boat cruises, main streets hopping, stargazing and world-class skiing. Arts and culture are also part of the adventure here—explore eclectic, historic and walkable downtowns with Broadway-caliber performing arts, as well as western and contemporary art galleries and museums.

Western Montana’s food and drink scene is top-notch, too. Experience cowboy culture at a chuckwagon dinner or enjoy noteworthy culinary scenes with farm-to-table dining plus award-winning music venues, breweries and distilleries.

Getting Here

With two regional airports—Missoula (MSO)and Glacier Park (FCA)—serviced by Allegiant, Alaska, American, Delta, Sun Country and United, there are plenty of nonstop and one-hub-stop options to provide smooth travel plans for meeting attendees. And with a well-maintained highway system, anchored by Interstate 90 and U.S. Highway 93, driving in Western Montana’s Glacier Country is easy—and, as an added bonus, every route is scenic.

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