7 Things Spring Has to Offer in Missoula
Living in Missoula Montana, we are fortunate enough to experience all four seasons. Though Spring has already arrived and the weather may not be as good as hoped. Here are some things to get planned for when the weather starts to turn.
Spring marks the end of winter, and that means those fresh vegetables will be ready for sale soon. Every Saturday starting in May make sure to head to the north end of Higgins street and buy yourself some local produce. Prices are great and the quality and taste is even better.
From Blue Mountain to MT Sentinel, you will be able to find a plethora of trails to explore and get lost in. Hiking, biking, and even horseback riding is acceptable in almost every trail that runs through and around the Missoula area.
With the Clark Fork river running strait through the heart of Missoula, there is no reason not to cast a few lines anywhere you are. If you are looking for a full day out on the river, places like Rock Creek and Fish Creek are just a short drive from town.
Though they may be open year round, enjoying a cold Montana brew and taking in the outdoors is one of the most relaxing things to do. Also, breweries like Big Sky and Kettle House will start there concert series soon.
Be sure to mark April 15th on your calendars because the spring hunting season will be open. It’s the start of bear and turkey season so make sure you have your appropriate tags and happy hunting.
On any given day you are bound to see someone playing on the wave. Whether it be a kayaker or a surfer, anyone is able to use this man made wave and cool of from the heat.
Cherished and loved by everyone living in or passing through the area, the colors of the wildlife in the spring are breathtaking. Lilacs cover fields with their purple tint and huckleberries can be found on almost any hike you go on. So take a chair and find a good view to relax and take in the beauty of Montana Nature.