After enjoying the beautiful landscape around Missoula, discover more Montana treasures on a drive through the countryside. A short journey to these three spectacular Missoula day trips is well worth the time. Destinations, from under an hour’s drive to less than three, offer breathtaking views, historic sites and outdoor recreation. Plan a day trip to the Blackfoot Valley, Bitterroot Valley and Glacier National Park to enhance any Missoula vacation. Not only does each area offer a wealth of memorable experiences, the drive reveals the matchless beauty of Montana. After expanding your view of the Big Sky Country, return to your very own mountainside retreat at the Blue Mountain Bed and Breakfast. Our private suites offer sweeping valley views in a serene setting. Wake up each morning to a gourmet breakfast and ready for a new day of adventures. Book your Missoula summer getaway at the beautiful Blue Mountain Bed and Breakfast.
Simply put, Missoula worships the outdoors. That’s why nature preserves are found everywhere, not only in the countryside but also right in the city’s downtown. Find a quiet retreat just blocks from bustling restaurants. Explore challenging steep hikes or easy nature trails, all with in the same preserve. Some parks are known for their glacier lakes and plunging waterfalls, while others are home to abundant wildlife. And almost every activity can be found from hiking, biking and horseback riding to boating, fishing and photography. Plan your summer getaway here at a tranquil mountainside retreat that’s close to everything. The Blue Mountain Bed and Breakfast, just minutes from downtown Missoula, has everything needed for a perfect summer vacation. Wake up each morning with sweeping valley and mountain views. Each private suite includes its’ own bath with jetted tubs, to soothe tired muscles after hiking or biking. And our hearty, gourmet breakfast will have you ready for another day exploring the beautiful landscape. Book your outdoor adventure with us today.
The scenic Blue Mountain Nature Trail makes the perfect introduction to hiking in the Lolo National Forest. The Missoula Valley comes to life in the spring and nature lovers flock to the miles of hiking trails. Those new to the area get a wonderful overview and history on the nature trail. Even though it’s only a quarter mile long the marked points of interest and corresponding brochure are full of fascinating facts. The trail invites hikers to take their time while learning about the trees, plants, birds and other animals along the way. The story of the 2003 wildfire unfolds with each step on the trail that includes a panoramic vista at the midway point. Here visitors can compare the new landscape to a 100 year-old photograph of the same view.
The Blue Mountain Bed and Breakfast also offers guests sweeping vistas from our mountainside location. Relax on the multi-level decks and take in amazing views of the valley, Bitterroot River and distant mountains. While a tranquil retreat, we’re close to all the outdoor recreation and Missoula’s lively downtown. It’s time to book your hiking retreat and explore Missoula’s stunning landscape this spring and summer.
Missoula has a dynamic art scene, with two first-class museums and a lively gallery community. Stroll the museums, and admire works by famous artists or discover a new contemporary one. Additionally, the First Friday Art Walks display the talents of local craftspeople and artists. Obviously the stunning Montana landscape also inspires the exquisite paintings and crafts. Therefore the diverse galleries are the perfect place to choose a meaningful souvenir. Just minutes away from Missoula’s museums and galleries, find a tranquil retreat at the Blue Mountain Bed and Breakfast. Guests enjoy our mountainside location with sweeping views of the Bitterroot River and surrounding mountains. Relax in your private, luxury suite with picturesque scenery from every window. Book a spring getaway and experience the beauty of the Missoula landscape.
Melt away your stress relaxing in a natural hot spring while vacationing in Montana this winter. Visitors flock to Missoula, Montana for great outdoor activities such as fly-fishing, skiing and hiking. However the dozens of natural springs might be Montana’s best kept secret. Guests can enjoy these geothermal wonders in high-end resorts or hiking to remote pools in the wilderness. Whatever your preference, soaking tired muscles is a welcomed treat after an active day. Make the Blue Mountain B&B your private retreat while exploring the many natural springs. We offer luxury suites and a hearty, gourmet breakfast to have you ready and rested for day trips visiting these restorative pools. Book your romantic hot springs getaway to Missoula with us today.
Valentine’s Day should be celebrated all month and not just one day. In other words, treat your loved one to romantic getaway anytime this February. In fact, just a few minutes drive from downtown Missoula find your perfect, private retreat. Nestle in a mountainside, the Blue Mountain Bed and Breakfast has sweeping views of the Bitterroot River and valley below. Spend you days skiing, or snowshoeing in the magnificent mountains and forests or exploring the arts and culture in Missoula. After a romantic dinner at one of the many elegant local restaurants, return to your inviting, comfortable guest suites. Now is the time to book your lover’s escape and warm up the last chilly days of winter.
Romantic Days in Missoula
The beautiful Montana mountains and forests offer great outdoor adventures to share. Downhill skiing thrills with breathtaking views are found at Montana Snowbowl. While the Lookout Pass Ski Trails have cross-country trails in addition to downhill. Also the miles summer hiking trails have transformed in a winter playground. Spend your day exploring the great cross-country and snowshoeing paths in the Pattee Canyon Recreation Area and Rattlesnake National Recreation Area. After a day on the mountains, you’ll be glad that a big, soaking tub is waiting for you back in your room.
There’s plenty of art and culture to enjoy in Missoula’s city center. Art lovers have two excellent museums to explore. The Montana Museum of Art & Culture has a wide range of classical art while the Missoula Art Museum has a more modern collection. Music fans have many choices of venues and genres. The Top Hat and Wilma Theater hosts an amazing array of musical talent. Classical music buffs find their favorites at The Missoula Symphony Orchestra & Chorale. Not surprising, they will be performing the joyful, sometimes bawdy “Carmina Burana” this February. Theater goers have plenty of choices as well. Enjoy a live play at the Hamilton’s Players, Inc. or and indie movie at the Roxy Theater. February also means it’s time for The Big Sky Documentary Film Festival. This festival draws talent from all around the globe and the celebrated event takes place at venues throughout the city.
Romantic Nights In Missoula
We are fortunate to have a wealth of talented chefs that have made their home in Missoula. Resulting in an excellent choice of outstanding restaurants. For a special night out there are many that rise to the top of the list. The Keep Restaurant has unique architecture and panoramic views setting the stage for a romantic night. For a more cozy atmosphere spend the evening dining at The Pearl with their heavenly French inspired cuisine. Find a touch of opulence at the intimate Red Bird. Linger after dinner with a glass of wine and enjoy live jazz on some evenings. Other local favorites are the cool and classy Plonk and James Bar. Any Valentine’s Day dinner will be memorable at any of these wonderful restaurants.
Missoula is simply at its most beautiful and romantic during the snowy winter months. The landscape is covered in a blanket of snow, and chilly nights encourage cuddling up in a cozy B&B. Let the Blue Mountain Bed and Breakfast host your Valentine’s Day vacation. Reserve your private suite with us today.
Think Missoula when planning your 2019 vacations. Missoula has a stunning, diverse landscape that includes every outdoor adventure imaginable. In addition to exploring the mountains, rivers and forests, this university town also offers great entertainment, dining and nightlife choices. When planning your vacation include a combination of the amazing outdoor and city activities for an unforgettable trip. The Blue Mountain B&B also has the best of both worlds. The tranquil location with great mountain and valley views is also a short drive to all the fun. Book your Missoula getaway at our idyllic inn today.
A romantic escape is what every couple really wants for the holidays. During this hectic time of year, it can be very hard to find time for just the two of you. The answer is to plan a romantic vacation. The Blue Mountain Lodge has everything needed for a private retreat. Nestled in a mountainside, all of our guest suites have beautiful views that include pine forests, the Bitterroot River, the valley below or our tranquil gardens. Relax in the comfort and luxury of our generous rooms, many with jetted tubs and private decks. Then wake up to an elegant breakfast that will have you ready for another day exploring Missoula. When you want to venture out, all of Missoula’s dining, culture and nightlife are just a short drive away. Book a romantic vacation for two at the Blue Mountain Lodge today.
Wine lovers visiting Missoula can feel outnumbered by the beer connoisseurs. However, there are plenty of great places to enjoy a wonderful glass of vino. Missoula offers wine enthusiasts many venues to sample the best in Montana. Whether paired with a delicious meal or a stunning sunset over the amazing Montana landscape, a great vintage will enhance your Missoula experience. At Blue Mountain Bed and Breakfast, we have stunning views at our mountainside retreat. Guests love to relax with a glass on our many decks and the sweeping views of the Bitterroot River are breathtaking in every season. Plan a relaxing vacation in Missoula while discovering the excellent wines of the region.
The beautiful fall season has arrived in Missoula along with crisp, sunny weather. The mountains and valleys are glowing with vibrant amber, crimson and golden leaves. Soak up the fall scenery on endless hiking and biking trails or on a relaxing countryside drive. Not to mention walking the beautiful tree-lined streets of Missoula’s lively downtown. Around mid to late October the colors will reach their peak brilliance, so now’s the time to plan a fall getaway. Plan your stay at the Blue Mountain B&B with amazing views of the Bitterroot Valley and River. Our mountain side location, just minutes from the heart of Missoula, is also close to all the outdoor activities.