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Helena, Bozeman, and Southwest Montana Hotels

Lone Mountain Ranch

Pros

  • Guests praise the cozy lodgings
  • Wide variety of adventure and nature-oriented activities

Cons

  • Not a working ranch
  • Accommodations range from old cabins to modern lodge

Fodor's Review

Four-night to one-week packages include seasonal activities such as naturalist-guided trips to Yellowstone, cross-country ski passes, and kids' camps. The ranch, known for its Nordic Ski Center, maintains 85 km (51 mi) of groomed trails for classic and skate cross-country skiing. An additional four trails totaling 10 km (6 mi) are for snowshoers only. Some activities cost extra, such as horse-packing trips to alpine lakes, fly-fishing, and downhill skiing. Lodging ranges

from historic cabins to an elegant log lodge. Partake of a night of backcountry sleigh rides, dinner, and entertainment.

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Hotel Information

Address:

4 mi on Lone Mountain Tr., and ½ mi down gravel ranch road, Big Sky, Montana, United States

Phone:

406-995–4644; 800-514–4644; 406-995–4670

Website: www.lmranch.com

Hotel Details:

  • Credit cards accepted
  • Closed Oct., Nov., Apr., and May
  • 23 cabins, 7 rooms
  • All meals

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