Over 200 Years of Rich History of Our Hot Spring Pools

Lolo Hot Springs was a prominent spot popular among the local Indians. This was before the arrival of Lewis and Clark in the fall of 1805. Wild game, meetings, and bathing were a few of the popular activities around that time. Imagine enjoying the same waters that the Indians and explorers experienced over 200 years ago! What are you waiting for? Call us today! Ask us about our 'Slow Season' specials.
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Connection Trails

Explore the 500 miles of well-planned connection trails during snowmobile season. The trails straddle 2 national forests on the border of Montana and Idaho. Choose a trail and go into the heart of the Bitterroot Range.

You can also explore East Fork, Lost Park, Elk Meadows, Cooper Creek, and Wagon Mountain along with several play areas and meadows.
Lolo Hot Springs

Landmark Hot Springs

In 1885, the hot mineralized springs marked the land ideal for early explorers and trappers on the land. 

On August 16, 1888, the Missoulian newspaper printed the following about the springs: "These springs are known throughout the Northwest for their health giving qualities...in a beautiful country, plenty game and fishing. Back in the day; board, room, and bath were eleven dollars per week. Fare by coach to and from the springs was five dollars."

Snowmobile Season

Lolo Hot Springs sits at an elevation of 4,160 feet with trails that climb up to 8,000 feet.

The snowmobile season runs from mid-December through April. During this time, the area gets hard packed snow through most of this season. 

The conditions are excellent and perfect for snowmobilers exploring the area. Reserve your spot during this season. You can schedule an appointment through booking.com.
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