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Western Montana Meeting Destinations

Meeting trends call for larger city and urban settings to be set on the back burner for now, and it’s allowing for smaller towns and cities to get the attention they deserve. Here in Western Montana’s Glacier Country we think it’s a great time to look ahead at smaller cities for your next meeting. The sense of place is real in Western Montana, and with that comes distinct local venues, fresh farm-to-table foods, plus breweries and small-batch distilleries that will pleasantly surprise you. Discover unique activity options like hiking with a llama, mushing your own dog sledding team, visiting a local lavender farm and learning how to use this versatile plant in so many ways. Bikehike or snowshoe over the Continental Divide. All of this right here in the small cities of Western Montana’s Glacier Country. Groups become closer meeting in smaller destinations where the host communities are engaged and welcoming. The venues and amenities enhance the atmosphere of our smaller towns while also providing the needed technology and first-class services required to make meetings a success. Click on this link to find out about some of our hidden-gem meeting facilities and the distinct vibes of some of our small cities.

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Adding Health and Wellness Into Meetings

Close your eyes. Now think about holding your next meeting in Western Montana’s Glacier Country. Breathe deep. Can you smell that fresh Rocky Mountain air that will greet your attendees? Our inspiring location is prime for attendance building. We’ve all received that registration notice for a unique and “never been there” place, which always feels invigorating and intriguing. Whether you plan to hold a meeting in a convention hotel in one of our larger cities of MissoulaKalispell or Whitefish, or a luxury guest ranch on the outskirts of town, hot springs resort or boutique lodge, the clean, fresh air of the mountains is all around. Relax, restore and rejuvenate in Western Montana. Read further to discover the five ways we suggest incorporating health and wellness into your next meeting here.

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Getting to Montana Has Never Been Easier

Passenger demand for the Treasure State continues to rise. Alaska Airlines just announced—for sale now with flights beginning March 11, 2021—they will offer three NEW daily nonstop flights to Missoula (MSO) from San Diego (SAN), San Francisco (SFA) and San Jose (SJC), California. Alaska Airlines will continue to offer daily nonstop service from Los Angeles (LAX), California, and Portland (PDX), Oregon, and will also increase passenger capacity moving to an airbus on one of its four daily nonstop flights from Seattle (SEA) to Missoula. This brings the number of direct flights into Western Montana’s two airports located in Kalispell (FCA) and Missoula (MSO) to 15. The time is right to plan a conference, meeting or retreat in Western Montana’s Glacier Country.

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