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Flathead Guide. PO Box 9392, Kalispell, MT 59904. Phone: 406-270-4061. E-mail

The Flathead Guide is the official Flathead Valley Business Directory is a smartphone-optimized listing of businesses and tourist information. Find shopping, restaurants, businesses and things to do and see in NW Montana. Millions of people travel to the Flathead Valley every year to visit Glacier National Park, Flathead Lake or ski in Whitefish. Our handy mobile-ready Flathead Guide makes it easier to find what you are looking for in northwest Montana.


Featured Places and Web Sites

Flathead Convention & Visitors Center. 15 Depot Park, Kalispell, MT 59901. Phone: 406-756-9091; Toll-free: 1-800-543-3105. E-mail

Flathead Guide. PO Box 9392, Kalispell, MT 59904. Phone: 406-270-4061. E-mail

Glacier Country Regional Tourism Commission. 836 Holt Drive, Suite 320, Bigfork, MT 59911. Toll-free: 1-800-338-5072. E-mail

Lake County Leader
The official newspaper for Lake County serves the communities of Polson, Ronan, St. Ignatius, and Charlo, among others. Daily classifieds, weekly news, and vacation guide.

Lower Flathead Valley Community Foundation. PO Box 379, Pablo, MT 59855. Phone: 406-675-4300; Fax: 406-675-4969.

The Lower Flathead Valley Community Foundation is a charitable organization whose purpose is to bring tribal and non-tribal members together to work on projects preserving and conserving the cultural natural and human resources of the region with special emphasis on meeting the needs of children.

As part of its mission to educate the public about the uniqueness of the area, the Lower Flathead Valley Community Foundation commissioned seascape artist Byron Pickering to create a painting of Glacial Lake Missoula. According to geologists, the lake was formed about 15,000 years ago during the last ice age when the Clark Fork River was dammed by ice near Sandpoint, Idaho. The water was backed up almost to the Continental Divide on the east, through the Bitterroot Valley to the south and as far north as Polson, in the lower end of the Flathead Valley.

 

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