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The Flathead Valley offers both peaceful relaxation and a range of exciting cultural choices.
The “Flathead,” as locals call the valley, lies just west of the Continental Divide in the Rocky Mountains, amid the Swan, Mission, Salish and Whitefish ranges of Northwest Montana. In the middle lies the blue jewel of Flathead Lake, the largest freshwater lake west of the Mississippi.
Flathead Lake is also among the cleanest large lakes – perfect for sailing, cruising, kayaking, swimming, and fishing for trophy-size trout, yellow perch and whitefish. In spring, the fluffy white blooms of the cherry orchards along the shorelines promise luscious fruit in July and August.
Wild Horse Island, Flathead Lake’s largest island, is a wildlife refuge for more than 75 species of birds along with deer, bighorn sheep, coyotes, mountain lions and bears.
A surprisingly mild climate invites you outside all year. Typical winter temperatures are in the 20s and 30s. Summer temperatures usually range from the 70s to low 90s.
"My Mom, Elaine Toole Adkins, moved to Rising Mountains Assisted Living as an independent resident last spring. She loves it there!! The staff and care is over the top! Kind, caring and accommodating. She loves her apartment and the safety of having help when she needs it! As she moved into assisted care, the transition has been seamless for her! Her apartment is well appointed, as is the entire facility! Best decision for her and us, she is closer and it's a lovely place to visit her, or take in a meal or two in the dining room!!" Cherie Toole Hansen