Escape to Adventure

An address in the heart of the historic village at Whitefish Mountain Resort represents the ultimate lifeline. A ready escape for the multiple cities served by direct flights to Glacier International Airport – Los Angeles, San Francisco, Portland, Seattle, Atlanta, Chicago – getting here is the easy part. Once ensconced amid Montana’s mighty mountains, leaving this haven of peace is rendered mostly unnecessary by a home as modern as the scenery is ancient. For those yearning for the freshness of a glacier-fed lake on summer’s hottest days, flock to the “City Beach” on the shores of Whitefish Lake, less than 30 minutes away. Or shun the crowds and work up to a well-deserved dip on a hike to Hidden Lake.

Landmark’s Wilderness Programming is curated by an adventure concierge devoted to stoking you and your family’s spirit of adventure. Beyond the 3,000 acres that encompass your home’s immediate terrain, the endless expanse of Glacier National Park awaits. Over 700 miles of trails beckon year-round. The glory of snowshoeing and cross-country skiing around Lake MacDonald in winter gives way to hikes among the hallowed Hemlocks and exceptional rounds of mountain golf, each rivaling the other for most memorable moment at Whitefish.

Warmth of Whitefish

The town of Whitefish is tied to Landmark by a half-hour drive of pure poetry. Every convenience, from boutique to big box, feel comfortingly close when you’re this far away. Art galleries abound with pieces to adorn your Landmark home. Experience a mountain symphony at the Whitefish Performing Arts Center, or catch a play at the Whitefish Theater Company. Whitefish amenities complement your Landmark perks, ranging from indoor aqua parks to yoga studios and wellness centers.

Glacier National Park

Glacier National Park is a wilderness area 35 miles northeast of Whitefish, with glacier-carved peaks running to the Canadian border. The scenic Going-to-the-Sun Road bisects it. More than 700 miles of hiking trails offer the enthusiast outdoor activities including backpacking, cycling, and camping. Diverse wildlife ranges from mountain goats to grizzly bears.

Whitefish Lake

Whitefish Lake is a 7-mile-long glacial lake and one of the most popular public accesses is City Beach. Boating, swimming, camping and fishing are popular activities, and the lake is rarely windy, so it provides ideal conditions for water-skiing. There are 25 campsites which offer a variety of tent only and RV camping opportunities, plus a new hike-bike campsite convenient for cyclists traveling the nearby Great Divide route.

Whitefish is ready for its Landmark moment. Are you?

The Landmark offers a limited collection of fully-furnished Residences, with two-bedrooms from $2M.