These 2 Montana Towns Among Coziest Hygge Towns in America

As any long time resident of Montana will tell you winters in this state can be brutal and are not for the faint of heart.

There is however a silver lining to those cold winter nights, and that's snuggling up next to someone you love.

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To me, a perfect winter night in Montana is turning the lights down low, grabbing a blanket, making some tea or hot chocolate and spending time with the person you love.

It doesn't matter if it's 20 below outside, as long as it's warm and cozy inside I am a happy person.

Thankfully in Montana we've got two small towns that are just begging you to spend some time there and get cozy.

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four people wearing wool christmas socks next to a fireplace

What Is A "Hygge" Town?

Before we reveal the two towns in Montana that the the website My Dating Advisor said are among the Coziest Hygge Towns in America, we figured you'd like to know what a Hygge town is.

According to My Dating Advisor a Hygge Town is as follows:

Hygge (pronounced hoo-guh) is a Danish term that encompasses the feeling of comfort, contentment, and well-being, often achieved through simple pleasures and a sense of coziness.

So now that we know what type of town we're talking about what two towns made the list?

Coming in ranked number 29 was

Downtown Big Sky Montana

The second Montana town on the list ranked at number 75 was

Winter Landscape on Big Mountain in Whitefish, Montana

While a winter weekend getaway isn't most peoples first thought, it might be time to rethink that with these two places.

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