Triple Creek Ranch

Set among four millionacres of National Forest in the Bitterroot Mountains of Montana, Triple Creek Ranch offers a sublime, all-inclusive experience for a small number of guests.

This all-inclusive retreat for adults and children aged 16 years and older is a member of Relais & Châteaux and Virtuoso as well as an Orvis-endorsed fly fishing lodge. Routinely cited among the top resorts in the world, each of Triple Creek Ranch’s 25 private guest cabins has a wood-burning fireplace, king size bed, fully stocked bar and inspiring Western art from the ranch’s private collection. Most cabins also have a private alfresco hot tub. Chef Jacob Leatherman, who has cooked at New York’s James Beard House Foundation, oversees the award-winning restaurant, while sommelier Jeremy White helms a wine cellar that has earned 14 awards from Wine Spectator. Triple Creek Ranch offers an authentic Western experience and most activities are included in the rate. In spring and summer, these range from horse riding, fly fishing and hiking through the endless miles of National Forest to fly fishing on the Bitterroot River, trap shooting and wilderness safaris. Winter activities include dogsledding, downhill skiing, cross-country skiing on the Continental Divide and even skijoring, where a skier is pulled behind a horse and rider.

From £810 / €920 / $1,050 per couple, per night, based on double occupancy including a private log cabin, all meals, house wines, spirits and beers, and a range of outdoor activities

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