The array of classic Western activities elevates any stay at Triple Creek Ranch to an authentic Montana experience. Guests can take a horseback ride, join a cattle drive or explore the nearby 26,000-acre CB Ranch on horseback.

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Team Penning at Triple Creek Ranch. Courtesy of the hotel.

Fly fishing is enormously popular at this Orvis Endorsed Lodge, with a local outfitter providing guided drift boat trips on the trophy waters of the adjacent Bitterroot River.

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Horseback riding at Triple Creek Ranch. Courtesy of the hotel.

Hiking, mountain biking, shooting, archery, and ATV adventures are among the other activities.

The Ranch’s Logging Camp is a tribute to Lewis & Clark, who passed through here on their way Westward, and to the spirit of early Montana homesteaders. These sessions allow guests to try their hands at archery, hatchet throwing, slingshot, 2-man saw, and fire-by-friction. The tranquility of the Ranch can be enhanced with yoga & guided meditation sessions. Many of these activities are included in the daily rate.

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Snowboarding at Lost Trail Ski Area. Courtesy of the hotel.

While summertime is busy, shoulder season and winter are some of the best times to really get to know Montana. Start with horseback riding in freshly fallen snow, snowshoeing, or dog sledding. Head out cross-country skiing on the Continental Divide or go alpine skiing at the nearby Lost Trail Ski Area, which straddles the Montana – Idaho border and was recently named one of Montana’s best resorts by US News & World Report. The Ranch provides complimentary equipment, tickets, and a packed lunch for these ski excursions.

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Landscape around Triple Creek Ranch. Courtesy of the hotel.

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