Kootenai National Forest is home to two million acres of stunning natural beauty, with everything from rugged mountain peaks to lush forestland, sparkling rivers, dramatic active geysers, and enchanting waterfalls. There's plenty to see and do here as well, such as going hiking at Snowshoe Peak for the incredible panoramic vistas, skiing, and snowboarding at Turner Mountain, and wildlife watching at Lost Trail National Wildlife Refuge. It's also a great place for top-notch mountain biking, rock climbing, fishing, horseback riding, rafting, and much more. And where better to stay than one of these charmingly rustic accommodations? Although the style of these is authentically rustic, each comes equipped with everything you might need for a relaxing vacation. There's everything from yurts, to log cabins, to cottages - so take a look today!