About Re/Max Mountain View

RE/MAX Mountain View Real Estate is located in Columbia Falls, Montana, and is the nearest real estate brokerage to Glacier National Park’s West entrances.

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Our goal is to set the standard in our community for courtesy, integrity, and knowledgeable care in conducting the real estate affairs of our clients and customers.

We value our communities, and we strongly believe that businesses should be active partners in promoting the quality of community life.

We’re proud to support local youth programs and sports, school libraries, parks projects, our food bank and the many groups that strive to make “the Falls” and its satellite communities attractive and fun places to live and to work.

We believe that a nice place to live is a nice place to do business!  We conduct real estate brokerage throughout the Flathead Valley. We are experts on the North Valley, the North Fork and the Middle Fork ‘Canyon’ corridors adjacent to Glacier National Park. Our full-time professionals are residents of Columbia Falls and the North Fork. Combined, the REALTORS® of RE/MAX Mountain View offer you more than 75 years of professional experience!

We live in one of the recreational wonderlands of America, a rural, un-crowded place with small-town neighborliness, surrounded by millions of acres of public land. We are here to put our experience, talent, and knowledge in your service. Whether you wish to sell your property, are an investor, or are trying to find that special place to vacation or to live and raise a family, we can help you and we will help you to the best of our ability.

Please contact one of our full-time professionals to help you achieve your real estate goal!

Columbia Falls

Columbia Falls, Flathead Valley, Montana

Columbia Falls is the gateway to Glacier National Park and many other of the recreational opportunities that abound in this area. With four seasons of fun, the possibilities here are endless.

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Nestled in the northeast corner of the spectacular Flathead Valley lies a community which boasts Montana hospitality and family fun like no other.

With a central location just minutes from Glacier National Park, Flathead Lake, numerous golf courses and the Big Mountain Resort you will find year-round attractions, accommodations and dining with honest Montana flavor and value.

The Columbia Falls Chamber of Commerce Visitor Center provides brochures for local area attractions, hotels, motels, cabins, bed and breakfasts, dining, and activities. A public phone booth is available at the Center. A Flathead Forest employee is also at the visitor center to answer any questions on hiking, berry picking, river access, etc. Glacier National Park maps and information are available.

Kalispell Montana

Officially born in 1891, Kalispell developed on the site where founder Charles Conrad knew the railroad would establish the main line junction. Conrad opened the Kalispell Townsite Company, established a bank and began building a 26-room mansion. His east side home is just one of many historic homes and buildings created for one purpose and now used for another. From bed and breakfast inns to museums and art centers, Kalispell honors the past while building for the future.

Whitefish Mountain Resort

Whitefish Mountain Resort is located in the Rocky Mountains of northwest Montana, 32 miles west of Glacier National Park, 8 miles north of Whitefish, and 19 miles north of Glacier International Airport in Kalispell.

With over 3,000 skiable acres, Whitefish Mountain Resort is one of the largest ski resorts in the US and Canada, priced at a significant value to destination and local skiers alike. We offer state of the art grooming, snowmaking, and lifts as well as some of the friendliest staff you will ever meet. We are proud of the positive impact we have on the surrounding community.

We continue to offer free skiing on the ‘Village Lift.’ Whitefish Mountain Resort Village is a full service alpine village. Winter activities include but are not limited to skiing and snowboarding, cross-country skiing, snowshoeing, and guided snowmobile rentals.

As a summer resort, Whitefish Mountain Resort has the Summit Trail, which is accessible via the chair lift. Other activities include hiking, mountain bike rentals, scooter rentals, shopping, outdoor concerts and ‘Walk in the Treetops.’

Winter and summer, Whitefish Mountain Resort Village has lodging accommodations for every budget. Activities to keep the whole family entertained are available on the mountain as well as in the nearby town of Whitefish.

For reservations and more information please call 800-858-4143.

Glacier Park

Glacier National Park was established in 1910. It is a land of mountain ranges carved by prehistoric ice rivers. It features alpine meadows, deep forests, waterfalls, about 50 glistening glaciers and 200 sparkling lakes.

The vistas seen from Going-To-The-Sun Road are breathtaking, a photographers paradise. Relatively few miles of road exist in the park’s 1,600 square miles of picturesque landscape, thus preserving its primitive and unspoiled beauty enlivened by a spring and summer profusion of wildflowers.

Set in a rugged section of the northern Rockies, Glacier National Park joins Waterton Lakes National Park in Alberta, Canada. Together they create Waterton-Glacier International Peace Park World Heritage Site – an ideal ‘two nation vacation.’ Going-to-the-Sun Road, a spectacular 52-mile highway through Glacier, crosses the Continental Divide at Logan Pass and traverses the towering Garden Wall.

Maximum vehicle dimensions over Logan Pass are 20 feet long (including bumpers) and 8 feet wide (including mirrors).

Oversize vehicles may be parked at various points. Rental cars are available at nearby towns; a shuttle service may be available, call the park for details.

Logan Pass normally opens mid-June and closes mid-October. Glacier has more than 700 miles of foot and horse trails. Approximately 1,200 campsites are available to car campers on a first-come, first-serve basis; backcountry permits are available. Park accommodations feature historic hotels and lodges. Facilities are open seasonally; the park and portions of Going-to-the-Sun Road are open year-round. In addition to driving or hiking on your own, choose from several tour options.