Winter is coming to an end and it’s time to start planning your spring getaway to Kootenai National Forest. Tucked into the northwest corner of Montana and on the Idaho panhandle, this 2.2 million acre forest has no end of outdoor activities for every glamper. The Kootenai and the Clark Fork Rivers make up the major waterways in the area and are great for fishing or kayaking. Lake Koocanusa is also available for canoeing and extends into Canada. Backcountry skiers should head towards the Cabinet Mountains Wilderness and Snowshoe Peak, the highest point at 8,738 feet. To stay warm, bring plenty of warm layers and book and accommodation with a hot tub or fireplace. Bring the whole family, group of friends, or romantic partner to enjoy all this forest has to offer.