The Resort at Paws Up, Montana

  • Posted: 13th February 2018
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We love a hotel that sets the scene, and The Resort at Paws Up does just that. Located on a 37,000-acre working ranch in the heart of Montana, its cabins and safari-style tents are enchanting. By day, go riding or cattle driving and by night, listen to ancient cowboy tales round a campfire.

Nestled amongst some of Montana’s finest scenery, this family-friendly luxury ranch resort boasts a range of exquisite rustic wilderness homes and ultra- chic safari style tents, a plethora of outdoor activities and some of the finest dining experiences in the region. From the individually designed Wilderness Estates to Big Timber Homes, the luxury accommodations offer panoramic vistas of the surrounding countryside, complete with private decks, hot tubs and a complimentary personal vehicle. On the working ranch, guests can enjoy everything from simple riding lessons to Wagon Team Driving and Cattle Drives, whilst a whole host of alternative activities tempt involvement in the summer: hot air ballooning, mountain biking, white water rafting and lake excursions to name but a few. Premium cuisine comes courtesy of Executive Chef Ben Jones, who brings a mix of flavours to the resort; savour rustic ranch cuisine at Pomp, enjoy comforting specialities with a western flair at Trough or join one of the many cookery camps and events throughout the year. In the evenings, families and couples come together to toast s’mores over the fire pit and listen to ancient tales from local cowboys.

FROM £650pp

Prices are per person per night based on 2 sharing, including:

  • Breakfast, lunch and evening dinner
  • Non-alcoholic beverages with red and white wine and a selection of beers served with lunch and evening dinner
  • Return transfers from Missoula Airport
  • On-property transportation
  • Activities: Extensive hiking trails, geocaching, fishing equipment hire, pony rides, archery  hire, mountain bike hire, disc golf, ladder golf, access to the fitness centre and grizzlyman fitness trail.

The Resort at Paws Up offers two experiences allowing guests to personalise their stay by adding additional activities. Alternatively opt for one of the all-inclusive packages available.

When is the best time to visit Montana?

Spring and fall are the best times to visit, offering warm, sunny days and cool nights. Winters are mild, and although summer temperatures can be high, the desert’s relatively low humidity and pleasant mornings make outdoor activities inviting year-round.




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