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Things to do during "cabin time" in Hamilton
These Hamilton MT vacation rentals by owner in the Bitterroot Valley are amazing. Rolling mountains and sparkling streams surround Hamilton, Montana’s cabins, lodges and cottages. Wonderfully positioned in-between two sections of the Bitterroot National Forest, Hamilton is known as a paradise for outdoor lovers and stunned travelers. The 75-mile Bitterroot River cuts through town, distinguishing this area with excellent trout fishing and wildlife photography. The town is the largest in the entire Bitterroot Valley, giving vacationers easy access to shopping and dining options. Adventurers that choose to travel into the Bitterroot National Forest will find 1.6 million acres of high mountain peaks, pristine fisheries and natural woodland. Unparalleled outdoor recreation and a friendly community make these Bitterroot Valley cottages and resorts perfect for your next vacation.
Mountain bikers will find mile after mile of exciting trails near Hamilton that range in difficulty. For a bit of a challenge, try the 21-mile Buttercup Loop that takes riders to heights over six thousand feet above sea level. Take in the natural beauty of the area by hiking Blodgett Canyon. It’s 5 miles in length, but rewards walkers with a charming waterfall that could be straight off a postcard. The park warmly welcomes horseback riders with countless backcountry trip opportunities. For hunters, the park contains diverse game ranges, including big game and waterfowl habitats.
Whether it’s by kayak, canoe or motorboat, Lake Como is a beautiful place to spend the day on the water. Surrounded by dense pine and fir trees, the 913-acre lake has a large sand beach ideal for castles and a picnic. Drift down the Bitterroot River with Bitterroot River Rafting Adventures in Hamilton. The company specializes in scenic float trips and guided fishing trips that will thrill the whole family. You’re sure to see spectacular wildlife on the river. Whitetail deer, eagles and elk are a common sight for those with a sharp eye. Once snow starts to fall, the park begins to open trails to snowmobilers and skiers. This is all part of your Montana cabin time.
A new outdoor adventure surrounds every turn in the Bitterroot National Forest, but look no further than Hamilton’s own town limits for great restaurants and golf courses. For an awesome burger joint, check out Nap’s Grill while Moose Creek BBQ has to-die-for brisket and cornbread. Get hooked on a slice of the Hamilton Golf Club, a par-72 right outside of town with spectacular mountain views. Your Hamilton cottage, cabin or lodge rental is right in the middle of all this excitement and truly stands out from other MT lodging choices.
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