It isn’t every day that an opportunity to explore the Montana wilderness as part of an all-women riding tour comes your way. Well, listen up cowgirls, cuz this western riding adventure gets even better. Ranch owner, avid horsewoman, former U.S. ambassador to Finland, and former chairman for the State Department’s Women’s Economic Empowerment Working Group Barbara Barrett leads the tour. Explore the vast terrain of Montana’s Bitterroot Mountain Range in the company of fellow women adventurers and one hell of a cowgirl guide.

Triple Creek Ranch in Darby, Montana, hosts Klicks for Chicks, an all women’s ride for ‘chicks’ only, October 11–17, 2017. While traveling companions are certainly welcome to many of the activities and luxurious accommodations the Ranch has to offer, only cowgirls will venture into deep canyons, over mountain passes, past crystal clear lakes, and through pristine meadows to discover the ‘last frontier’ and wilds of the Rocky Mountain West. As the adventure progresses, riders return each evening to the ranch where the home fires burn and cocktails, gourmet food, and luxury cabins await. Then after a restful night, cowgirls mount up and venture out for another day on the scenic ‘Big Sky’‘ frontier.

A fireside awards ceremony at Barrett’s private home will follow the last day’s ride. Included in this adventure are a Triple Creek Ranch gift and stories to re-tell for a lifetime.

Cowgirl-Up for Parkinson’s!

Triple Creek Ranch will donate $1 for every mile ridden by every cowgirl. The Ranch is sponsoring the Montana-based, non-profit organization, Summit for Parkinson’s, sister foundation to the Brian Grant Foundation, in order to raise funds and awareness in the community.