Pine Butte Guest Ranch, Montana
Behold stunning Western scenery and captivating natural beauty in the heart of Big Sky Country
Where the mountains meet the prairie in western Montana, you see “The Big Sky,” a phrase coined by A.B. Guthrie Jr. in his 1947 novel of the same name, and it’s where you’ll find The Nature Conservancy’s Pine Butte Preserve. The historic Pine Butte Ranch is your base for this remarkable journey into one of North America’s most intact and wild ecosystems. Dramatic limestone peaks tower above native grasslands, the views go on forever, and opportunities for exploring diverse habitats seem just as endless. Through hikes, horseback rides and guided naturalist tours, you’ll have a unique opportunity to experience this rugged and beautiful region.
- Hike through colorful hills, mountain meadows and the expansive prairie with a knowledgeable naturalist.
- Take in an evening wildlife watch for grizzly bears, moose and elk herds.
- Ride horseback through scenic trails and the high meadows of the Rocky Mountain foothills.
- Recharge to the symphony of birdsong on the porch of your cabin.
Reservations for all trips will open on Tuesday, January 19 at 12 p.m. EST. and can be made with the trip specialist listed below.
INFORMATION & RESERVATIONS
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