Lone Mountain Ranch Sports Shop, Big Sky
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Wife & I did the sleigh ride & dinner last year. It was a fun ride up to the little cabin where our meals were prepared. Our food was great and the old timer playing and singing MT cowboy songs was a ... read more »
The staff was not Very friendly. We went back 2 days after our initial rental to rent helmets(which they never offered) and to exchange a ski boot because they gave us one pair with 2 different sizes.... read more »
A great ride in a sleigh behind two beautiful horses (we had Howdy and Pearl and driver Bruce) up to a cabin where dinner is waiting for you! There is no power and the room is heated by a massive wood... read more »
I booked the dog sledding & lunch expedition. Barks & Bites. Staff was so great, dogs were fun, lunch of chili & cornbread was simple but good. I was just disappointed that it's advertised as an hour ride, but the entire tour was an hour. Only about a total of 10 minutes riding dog sled, most of our time was spent eating lunch in northern cabin. They will let you take all the photos you want. But just know what you're paying $75 per person for.
D. James O'Brien
Quaint place. Lovely lobby.
Wow! I loved this place. When they say all-inclusive - it isn't just what it includes price-wise, they are willing to do anything for you. They will set up whatever level of snowshoeing, skiing, or tours you want and then they guide you, teaching you about the area - making me want to stay forever, all the while ready with a hot cup of cocoa whenever you want it! The cabins were not like any cabins I've stayed in. They are cozy and warm and I couldn't get over the fact that the carpet looks soft and new even though people with snowy boots are probably traipsing across there daily. They think of every detail - nice smelling lotion and soaps - and our cabin had two vanities. Also, wireless internet that you can access anywhere on the property. Last thing I'll talk about is the food which was phenomenal. It had that feeling of Western home cooking but it was surprisingly healthy with things on the menu like quinoa and trout. I learned to cross-country ski (in a semi-private lesson taught by their staff!) The snow was amazing, covering everything and making you feel like you are in a snow globe. Somehow, though, I never felt cold.
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