Don't let it sneak up on you - Valentine's Days is just a few weeks away!

Oh, did you forget? It's easy to do. Honestly, they should have put Valentine's Day sometime in April or something, give people a little bit of a break after Christmas. Instead, we deplete our bank accounts at the end of the year, and then we wait a few weeks and do it all over again.

And what better way to deplete your bank account than with a romantic weekend getaway?

What's the Best Romantic Weekend Getaway in Montana?

Thrillist put this list together compiling the best romantic weekend getaway in every state in the US, and their choice for Montana is... the city of Whitefish!

(Whitefish isn't just a spot for romance, either. It was also named the friendliest city in the entire country a while back!)

Thrillist highlights the face that Whitefish is just about 30 minutes from Glacier National Park, and features all kinds of outdoor activities like aerial adventure park at Whitefish Mountain Resort or hot-air balloon rides courtesy of 2 Fly Us. They also highlight some romantic indoor activities too, like an evening at the Lodge at Whitefish Lake or a massage at one of the city's many spas.

So hey, if you need to plan ahead a little bit this Valentine's Day, it may be a good idea to look into what Whitefish has to offer.

Do you agree that Whitefish is the best romantic weekend getaway in Montana? Or do you think something else should have made the list?

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