Come explore every mountain in our backyard. Fish the rivers teeming with trout. Then hike and bike to your heart’s content. Mother Nature won’t mind. When she comes bearing so many gifts, you take your time with every one of them. So drink in the views, grab a burger and rest your weary head. We’ll give you a subtle nudge when it’s time to go home or when work calls.

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Open 24/7/365.

No gates. No fees. No crowds. In other words, perfect.

The Cabinet Mountain Wilderness

95,000 acres of wonder to wander. A backpacker's Mecca of craggy peaks and jewel-like lakes. Just 1.5 miles from downtown.

Kootenai Falls

Featured most recently in "The Revenant," Kootenai Falls is a natural wonder and super easy to get to. No starving treks required.

Recreational trails

If you're into ATVs or cycling, the Forest Service around Libby has thousands of miles of trails and roads to explore.

Hang around town.

Libby's friendly faces are the best resources for your Kootenai adventure.

Great spirits

From bars to the local brewery, you can always find a great place to stop after a day of hiking, mountain biking or exploring on ATVs.


Outdoor gear

If it's for fishing, hunting, hiking or camping and you forgot to pack it, don't worry. Libby boasts a variety of outdoor retailers.


Places to stay

Clean, comfortable rooms. Friendly staff. A good breakfast. At our hotels you can see stars overhead and rest your weary legs.


Venture out a bit.

Sometimes getting out of town can be a good thing. Here are a few must-see destinations.

Libby Dam

Upstream from town you can view the impressive dam that makes Lake Koocanusa possible.



A sparsely populated legendary logging outpost. Grab your gear because you'll adventure even farther off the grid.


Ross Creek Cedars

Just a bit southwest of Libby, you'll find cedars that grow up to 12 feet in diameter.