Local Attractions in The Bitterroot Valley

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Local Attractions in The Bitterroot Valley

Fun and recreation available here in Montana is limited only by ones imagination … whitewater rafting, hiking trails, mountain biking, hunting, swimming, star gazing, ATV or photography …

Horseback riding is available a short distance away, as well as whitewater rafting. Many trails will take the hiker into mountain lakes or mountain peaks. There are also ATV and Snow-mobile trails.

We would be happy to assist our guests in arranging for locally available day activities or to make recommendations on where to go and what to do. The Bitterroot Valley Chamber has a Calendar of Events you may view here –> Calendar of Events

If you are seeking solitude, the quietness is perfect for rest and relaxation, a good book or writing that novel.

Fishing Heaven

Three blue ribbon fishing rivers and lakes are nearby –

The Bitterroot River is five miles away. Brown, Rainbow and Native Trout all call it home. A beautiful place for fly fishing.

The Big Hole and River of No Return are 35 minutes away and provide great fishing as well as rafting, canoeing and kayaking.

Winter Skiing only minutes away!

In winter there is plenty of fun and beauty as well … Nordic and alpine skiing, snowshoeing, snowmobiling. Skiing at Lost Trail Powder Mountain is only a few minutes away.

Day Trips

Day trips to Yellowstone or Glacier National Parks are done from here as we are located an equal distance from both parks. Ghost towns are nearby as well as old gold towns to view. The Museum of the Rockies best known for its collection of dinosaurs. Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation in Missoula, Big Hole Battlefield nearby Sacagawea trails here with Lewis and Clark trails that go through our working ranch. Summer rodeos in Darby.

Local Info

The area is rich in history. Nearly 200 years ago, Lewis and Clark walked on our land. Chief Joseph and his Nez Perce party were also here. The historical Big Hole National Battlefield is nearby as well as the renowned ghost town at Bannack State Park.

Wildlife Viewing

Bighorn Sheep frequent the canyon along Highway 93 about 7 miles north of us, often stopping traffic with their majestic unconcern. Elk, Wolf, Mountain lion, Moose, Mountain Sheep, Mule Deer, Whitetail Deer and Bear can often be seen on the ranch and in the surrounding areas.

Come stay with us in the mountains of Montana!

From our cabins the smell of pine in the air winds past like the streams along the foot paths to sights and sounds of the National Forest wildlife. The National Forest is boarding 3 sides of our 200 acre working ranch with a trail head out the back door. Relaxing on the deck with a cup of coffee you will hear birds singing and the rustle of life. Take a deep breath and enjoy your stay.