With over 700 miles of trails, alpine meadows, rugged mountains, and serene lakes, Glacier National Park offers adventures for everyone. The West Entrance to the park is a short 35-minute drive from Haymoon Resort. To learn more about Glacier National Park and to plan your trip, visit the following websites: Glacier National Park and Glacier Park Foundation.
Enjoy the mesmerizing experience of traveling the Going-to-the-Sun Road, a 50-mile, two lane, paved road that spans the width of Glacier National Park. Cross the Continental Divide at 6,646-foot-high Logan Pass in your own vehicle or take the free shuttle to take in the spectacular views of striking mountains, deep valleys, rushing rivers, waterfalls, and wildlife. The road is typically fully open from late June to mid-October. Check the park website for further information.
Northwest Montana has been named one of the world’s top 50 golf destinations by Golf Digest and is home to 9 championship courses. Visit Golf Northwest Montana for information on each course, to make a reservation, and book a tee time.
Explore the picturesque towns of Whitefish, Kalispell, Columbia Falls, and Bigfork which are all in close proximity to Haymoon Resort. Enjoy shopping, dining, live entertainment, and seasonal festivities year-round. There are variety of nearby Farmer’s Markets in Summer with fresh baked goods, fruits, vegetables, and hand-crafted items.
Haymoon Resort is located a quick 10 miles from Rebecca Farm, which hosts the annual Event at Rebecca Farm as well as Skijoring and much more. We are located 4 miles from the Majestic Valley Arena, which hosts a variety of events year-round and is home to the Brash Rodeo Winter Series, running from December – April. The Blue Moon also offers a Summer Rodeo Series which is fun for the whole family.
When you think about hiking in Northwest Montana, you likely think of Glacier National Park! GNP is breathtaking, but there are lots of other beautiful places to hike as well!
Blacktail Mountain Ski Area is on the Southern End of the Flathead Valley offers a variety of runs. Check out the websites for the snow report, ticket details, and more information.
There are so many places to bike in the area! Whether you are a seasoned mountain biker or just looking to get some exercise and see some beautiful country, there is a trail for you! Here are some links to help you plan your next excursion.
The following are other popular activities in the Flathead Valley. Please let us know if you would like suggestions for outfitters, guides, or nearby equipment rentals.