Fall is arriving in the Bitterroot and the air is fresh and as crisp as a McIntosh Apple! Ummm uMMM!

The McIntosh Apple is a historic part of the Bitterroot Valley and even has a festival in its honor, "Apple Days" , recently named one of Montana’s Best Fall Festivals, by National Geographic Traveler Online! 

Held on the lawn of the Ravalli County Museum, this signature event is not to be missed. Apple Butter cooking on an open fire, fresh Apple Juice, Beef Kabobs, Caramel Apples and home-baked Apple Pies, are all made by the dedicated volunteers of the museum, under the dedicated leadership of Museum Director, Tamar Stanley.

A new addition to this festive weekend is "Liquid Cider Night",  for Cider loving adults.
Sample delicious cider created by cider makers from the Rocky Mountain northwest, locally catered food, and music. This event takes place in Legion Park, in the evening, under the beautiful Montana sky. Burn barrels and propane heaters will be available for keeping warm and toasty!
You must be 21 or older to participate. Tickets are available at Ravalli County Museum and are $25 each.

We hope you will join us for a "taste" of the Bitterroot!


Charla Bauman, Internet Marketing and Support

Coldwell Banker, Western States Associates