Volunteers groom 12 miles of classic and skate trails about once a week or after large storms. For updated grooming reports please call the forest service at 406.758.5204, Mon–Fri, 8:00 am to 4:30 pm. While you’re on the phone, express your appreciation for the groomed trails.
Round Meadows is located on Forest Service lands (Tally Lake Ranger District) 12 miles west of Whitefish. It has seven trail loops and a total of 12 miles of easy to advanced terrain. Visit the the Forest Service website for more information on Round Meadows.
Dogs: Friendly dogs are welcome. Please pick up after your dogs! Report problem dogs at 406.758.3538.
Round Meadows is located in the Tally Lake Ranger District within the Flathead National Forest. To get to Round Meadows, take Hwy 93 North out of Whitefish for approximately 10 miles. At the Round Meadow sign, turn west onto Farm to Market Road and drive one mile. Turn right onto Star Meadows Road and drive one mile. Turn right into parking lot at the Round Meadow sign.
Foys to Blacktail at Herron Park
Located about 10 minutes south of Kalispell, MT (about a 30 minute drive on Hwy 93 S from Whitefish). Click here for directions to Foys to Blacktail trails at Herron Park.
Izaak Walton Inn (Essex, MT)
Izaak Walton Inn Daily Trail Report (posted by snowcountry.com)
The Izaak Walton Inn grooms about 33k of trails and is located about 1.25 hours east of Whitefish on Hwy 2. Visit the Izaak Walton Inn website for information about its groomed trails and other winter activities.
North Shore Nordic & Blacktail
Seeley Lake & Missoula
Seeley Lake Nordic Club
Seeley Lake Nordic Ski Club grooms 18km of classic and skate trails several times a week. Click here for grooming reports.
Seeley Lake Nordic Club is located in Seeley Lake, MT, about 2 hours south and west of Whitefish. The club hosts the OSCR Race every year, which includes 10k, 28k and 50k events. Visit the Seeley Lake Nordic Skiing website for more information.
Missoula Nordic Ski Club
Missoula is located about 2.5 hours south of Whitefish. Check out the Missoula Nordic Ski Club website for trail locations, local events, and grooming information.