Pete Francisco sells Whitefish real estate in the Flathead Valley, where he has lived for over 17 years. After living in Colorado and Utah, his passion for the outdoors finally drew him to Montana. It didn’t take him long to realize this was a special place, and he settled down to make this area his home. Years of experience in the service industry has given Pete the ability to work well with clients and connect with people quickly. An avid skier, mountain biker, and fly fisherman, Pete’s enthusiasm for outdoor recreating has taken him all over the valley and has given him a unique and expert knowledge of the area. Whatever your passion is, Pete would love to show you what makes this area special and help you find your piece of it. To contact Pete call: 406.270.5908.
Whitefish Mountain Resort set to open December 6, 2019
Plan your visit today and enjoy skiing, lessons, dining, and more. Purchase tickets online at www.skiwhitefish.com.
You won’t want to miss the Whitefish Stroll
Throughout the evening enjoy wagon rides courtesy of the Bar W Guest Ranch, chestnut roasting in front of the Village Shop, holiday photos at the Great Northern Brewery, and so much more. The evening includes activities for adults and the kids. Stumptown Art Studio will have crafts for the kids, while outside kids can enjoy the bounce house and decorating contests. Vendors will be set up on the streets with crafts and food.
5pm………….. North Valley Music School Christmas Recital – First Presbyterian Church
6:00pm……… Alpine Bell Ringers Hand bell Choir Concert – First Presbyterian Church
6pm………….. “WhiteFire” fire dancers – Outside O’Shaughnessy Center/Depot Park
6:20pm……… Tree Lighting Ceremony – Outside O’Shaughnessy Center/Depot Park
6:30pm……… Santa Arrives via Wagon – Outside O’Shaughnessy Center/Depot Park
6:40pm……….Whitefish & Bigfork Dance performance-Main stage, just south of the Winter Carnival Float
6:40-9pm….. Photos w/Santa – Stumptown Marketplace
6:45pm……… Whitefish & Bigfork Dance performance-Main stage in front of the Winter Carnival Float
7:00pm………Turkey bowling with the Winter Carnival Crew – pin & prizes from Pin n’ Cue
7:45pm……..”WhiteFire” fire dancers – at Carnival Float on Central Avenue
8:00pm…….. Announcement of Window Decorating Contest Winner
8:05pm……..Shoppers’ Drawing baskets (One basket every five minutes – Grand Prize at 9pm!)
Torchlight Parade at Whitefish Mountain Resort: December 24
The torchlight parade is a Christmas Eve tradition for many families with good reason. Whitefish Mountain Resort welcomes Santa Claus to greet the children, and a hush of silence falls over the crowd as the lighted torches swoosh down the hillside, making the eyes sparkle of children and adults alike. The torchlight parade is a great reminder of the magic of Christmas.
Nordic skiing at Glacier Nordic Center
Just across the road from Grouse Mountain Lodge is the Glacier Nordic Center, which features groomed, lit paths for cross-country skiing. Squeeze a workout into your morning or spend the day sliding along—when it’s so convenient, you can make your visit as active or as mellow as you’d like.
Below are some beautiful properties for sale by Pete.
Private end of the road lot!
1188 five Deer Lane, Bigfork, Flathead, Montana, United States 59911
Forest Service signs off on Whitefish Trail Project
Daily Interlake | November 20. 2019 by Matt Baldwin
Construction of an extensive trail system that connects Whitefish with the upper reaches of the Whitefish Range has received final approval from the U.S. Forest Service.
The Flathead National Forest on Monday issued its final decision notice that found no significant impact for the long-discussed Taylor Hellroaring project.
A proposal to construct an extensive trail network on U.S. Forest Service land adjacent to Columbia Falls is also moving forward.
The Flathead National Forest issued its draft decision last week for the Crystal Cedar project, which finds no significant impact for the plan to build nearly 25 miles of new trail just north of town. The proposed action also includes commercial timber harvest on 2,435 acres, as well as non-commercial harvest on 1,287 acres.