Hunting Season is Here
Montana law does not require fluorescent orange for bowhunting. However, rifle hunters must wear 400 square inches of blaze orange. Quietness is one of the most important factors in bowhunting for Montana elk.
Our weather can change very quickly. Temperatures vary from 65 degrees F to 10 degrees F. We suggest dressing in layers, so that you can maintain a constant body temperature.
For more information about Bitterroot Valley's hunting regulations, visit: [Montana Fish, Wildlife & Park's] Website.
Darby Holiday Market, Sat., Dec. 6
Come visit Darby for the Darby Holiday Market at the Darby Community Clubhouse and the Darby Christmas Bazaar at the St. Philip Benzi Catholic Church. Both events are held on Saturday, December 6. The two events include coffee, delicious treats, art, hand-made crafts, gifts, and more.
Mountain Spirit Inn
308 S Main Street (Hwy 93)
PO Box 431
Darby, MT 59829
Ph/Fax: (406) 821-3405
Rsvn: (800) 820-2554
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View guest room photos on the Accommodations page.
You will always find a warm Montana welcome at the Mountain Spirit Inn. Whether you are visiting for business, family, fun, sports, or on vacation, you will discover a wonderful, little motel in a beautiful and historic community of Darby, situated on Highway 93, just one hour south from Missoula and 30 miles to the Idaho border.
Right in downtown Darby, the Mountain Spirit Inn is a clean and comfortable, family-owned motel. Darby is located in the beautiful Bitterroot Valley, which is in Ravalli County. The County comprises the southwestern portion of Montana, which is in the region called Glacier Country. Click on "Contact" information to view a map of Ravalli County.
Highway 93, also called Main Street through Darby, runs along the Lewis and Clark Trail. This scenic highway is also part of the Nez Perce Trail; it goes all the way from Canada to Mexico, and it is part of the TransAmerica Bicycle Path. The Mountain Spirit Inn is within close proximity to the Continental Divide Hiking Trail (CDT) and Lost Trail Powder Mountain Ski Area. This is beautiful country!
Darby is a rural small town that is horse-friendly. The lifestyle is laid back. The pace is slow. There are so many activities to participate in and enjoy. Darby is the gateway to nature's playground and the entrance to the Bitterroot Valley. The Bitterroot National Forest surrounds it. Only 63 miles from Missoula, Darby can connect with the whole world via the Missoula International Airport. While being away from it all, you can still be in the middle of it all.
See the Accommodations page to view the room descriptions.