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The Resort at Paws Up, Montana

The Resort at Paws Up is a luxury ranch resort situated on a sprawling 37,000-acres in central western Montana
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Guests at this luxury ranch resort in Montana – just 35 miles from Missoula – enjoy outdoor adventures such as horseback riding, cattle driving, ATV riding, hiking, rafting, shooting sporting clays and fly-fishing (seven miles of the famed Blackfoot River runs through the property). Relax with fine wines, dine on gourmet cuisine, enjoy a spa treatment, and unwind in the oversized hot tubs on the deck of individual private homes complete with Western eclectic decor.

The Resort at Paws Up offers accommodations in 28 well-appointed vacation homes, ranging from two-bedroom Meadow Homes to the charming, private four-bedroom Morris Farmhouse and 10 Wilderness Estates. Last year the resort expanded its season to 365 days a year. With a robust schedule of events, ranging from celebrity-chef-led culinary weekends to wellness and adventure retreats, the resort has brings something new to travelers all year round.

Perhaps best known for leading the glamorous camping – “glamping” – travel trend, Paws Up currently has 36 luxury tented accommodations. Each of the camps features six large tents of varying capacities, from one- two- and even three-bedroom tents. Last summer, Paws Up announced the opening of its sixth and largest camp, featuring the premier of its first ever three-bedroom tents (two), as well as four two-bedroom tents.

The safari-style accommodations are outfitted with a myriad of luxury amenities including electricity, en-suite bathrooms, art on the walls, exterior decks, climate control cooling fans and heaters. Glamping guests dine at the expansive dining pavilion for each camp complete with a s’mores firepit, lounging game area and fireplace, a camp chef on site and personal “camping butler.”