We love Lolo Pass winter, spring, summer and fall, but there is something extra special about Lolo in the winter. Perhaps it’s the high elevation, which means there is usually snow at Lolo even when it isn’t elsewhere. Perhaps it’s the miles of cross country and snowmobile trails. Then again, it could be the fact that after spending a day out in the snow, we can warm ourselves in the Lolo Hot Springs.
Sitting in a pool of hot water on a cold day, with snow piled all around, is wonderful. It evokes deep sighs of contentment. It’s one of those experiences, like floating in a warm ocean or standing atop a tall mountain on a clear day, that reminds us just how beautiful life can be.
Our Missoula Bed and Breakfast is about 30 minutes from Lolo Hot Springs. During a weekend stay, guests may enjoy nights on the town in Missoula, gourmet breakfasts at the inn, days in the snow at Lolo Pass, and soaks in the Lolo Hot Springs. Which is the pinnacle experience? We’ll let you decide.
Lolo Hot Springs are open Friday through Sunday from 10 a.m to midnight, and Monday through Thursday from 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. Indulge in a soak during your stay in our Montana Bed and Breakfast, even if you’re in Missoula for business. It’s worth it.