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Find Unexpected Opulence at Montana's Triple Creek Ranch

Christine Benedetti | July 16, 2019 | Travel National

Montana's Triple Creek Ranch provides luxury in the rugged outdoors.

TCR_ChappelletVintnerWeekend3.jpgDrink boutique wines by night and explore the Bitterroot Mountains by day during Triple Creek Ranch’s vintner weekends.

Montana’s rugged personality and remote wilderness make it an unlikely setting for a luxury property, but the element of surprise is what Triple Creek Ranch does best. Seventy-five miles from Missoula, the 28,000-acre Relais and Cha╠éteaux resort is home to 25 private log cabins, an award-winning wine program, a dizzying array of activities, gourmet seasonally sourced meals and one resident herd of elk. In summer, guests hike, bike and wrangle; in winter, they opt for skiing (Nordic and Alpine), snowshoeing and horseback riding. The minimum guest age is 16, meaning adults looking for a getaway will find the child-free zone a serene escape—especially during vintner weekends, when a select boutique winery makes a guest appearance. With a capacity of only 66, the attention to client experience means simply mentioning a favorite spirit or nibble will ensure it arrives to your cabin for happy hour—or on a picnic during an escapade in the Bitterroot Mountains. It’s these unexpected delights that make this Western retreat a little less wild. All-inclusive one-bedroom cabins from $1,050 per night

Originally published in the July/August issue of Silicon Valley

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