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For people looking for a good place for a fall vacation, Kalispell, Montana offers a very good option. Located close to the Canadian/US border, this area is a convenient destination for citizens of both countries. Although it is a relatively small city, Kalispell offers all of the amenities for a great vacation such as activities, food and drink and lodging facilities. Fall in Kalispell is one of the best times of year.

For the outdoor enthusiast looking for the perfect fall getaway location there are few places that can rival the beauty, hospitality and opportunities of Kalispell, Montana. Located just 75 miles from the U.S/Canadian border, Kalispell offers a close and convenient travel option for visitors from both countries.

Located in the heart of the Flathead Valley, Kalispell is a great place to set up a base to begin enjoying the many outdoor adventures located close by.

Fishing – As the temperatures start to drop in the fall, many watersports that are popular in the summer begin to stop for the season. But fishing in the area continues on strong in the fall. Nearby Flathead Lake offers opportunities to catch bull, cutthroat and lake trout among other species. If fly fishing is more to a person’s liking, the Flathead River and other streams are full of hungry rainbow and cutthroat trout.

Hiking – Whether it is Glacier National Park to the North, Whitehorse Island to the south or the Cabinet Mountains to the west a hiker can head any direction out of Kalispell and find unlimited trails both for beginners and experienced hikers alike. One of the most popular destinations, located only 30 minutes from Kalispell is the Jewel Basin. This area boasts 35 miles of well-marked hiking paths connecting the 25 lakes located within the basin.

Biking – if a person prefers two wheels to hiking boots, the Kalispell area offers mountain biking trails for every skill level and road biking routes to challenge even the most devoted riders. For visitors who don’t have their own bike, there are various rental shops that can take care of them.

Parks – In addition to the well-known Glacier National Park there are also many state parks located close to Kalispell. White Horse Island State Park provides hiking, fishing, camping and wildlife viewing, including wild horses and big horn sheep. Lone Pine State Park is day-use park that lets a person get lost in nature only 5 minutes from downtown Kalispell. In addition, Flathead Lake is home to 6 different state parks that feature camping and other outdoor activities.

When the day enjoying the great outdoors is done, the nightlife and dining opportunities of Kalispell will keep the fun going.

There are many pubs and bars in the area that in addition to standard spirits also serve the various locally produced beers, liquors and wines.

The Flathead Valley is home to over 40 craft breweries that brew a variety of specialty beers. Some local favorites are based on ingredients found in the area, including malt, hops, huckleberries and flathead cherries grown right in the valley.

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