Triple Creek Ranch

Location: Rocky Mountains | USA

Price guide: £££££ More than £500 per person per night

Triple Creek Ranch is an intimate, exclusive resort offering rustic elegance in a mountain retreat spread across private log cabins and a comfortable lodge. In a romantic setting with incomparable scenery, wildlife, outdoor activities year round and a collection of Western-inspired art, this alpine escape is one of the premier destinations of the Montana Rockies.
Perfect forOutdoorsy types looking for a luxurious, exclusive retreat in the Montana mountains.
In the knowThe Lost Trail Powder Mountain, one of Montana’s best-kept alpine secrets, is a magnificent place to go off-piste.

Recommended for...

  • Cultural Immersion
  • Eco-tourism
  • Food & Wine
  • Hideaway

Hotel Overview


The Bitterroot Mountain Range of the Montana Rockies.

Rooms at Triple Creek Ranch

Triple Creek’s luxury rooms, suites and private cabins all offer the perfect balance of rustic alpine atmosphere and luxurious comfort, with stunning views over the mountains. Many feature wood-burning fireplaces to notch up the cosiness even further, and the Stage Stop log home, situated a couple of miles from the main lodge, offers the ultimate in exclusivity and privacy in the lower meadow of  the ranch, where you might see horses grazing, a herd of elk, the resident flock of wild turkeys or a lone wolf.

Food and facilities

Assembling the bounty of the Bitterroot Valley into beautifully prepared, hearty cuisine, dining at the Triple Creek Ranch is a perfect reflection of the surroundings. Executive chef Jacob Leatherman blends his training in French cuisine with dashes of the Southwest, West Indies, and Central America to create an unforgettable culinary experience in the relaxed but elegant setting of the ranch’s dining room.

Activities at Triple Creek Ranch

There’s a boundless variety of outdoor activities on offer at Triple Creek Ranch, including horse-riding, hiking, biking, guided fly fishing and cattle driving- and in the winter, skiing, snowshoeing and snowmobiling. A helicopter tour over Glacier National Park or Yellowstone is an unforgettable experience, while those of a more cultural bent will love the Lewis & Clark Historical Trail, which features various historical leftovers of one of America’s great stories of exploration. The nearby ghost town of Bannack and the Big Hole National Battlefield also offer fascinating snapshots of American history.

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