Come stay at this secluded ranch cabin in the Bitterroot Valley.
Walk out the door and start hiking in the shade of towering Ponderosa pines on the 1,375 acres of private, unspoiled mountain terrain. Or arrange a guided horseback tour of the ranch.
Fish for native cutthroat and brook trout steps away in the pristine, snow-fed Willow Creek. Or fall asleep listening to the sounds of it rushing by.
Relax under the pergola on the expansive, wrap-around porch, sipping your favorite beverage in the Adirondack chairs, watching the sun set behind the Bitterroot Range.
Drink your morning coffee in front of the cozy, gas fireplace.
All this awaits you at the Robinson Ranch Cabin.
The 800-square-foot cabin features two bedrooms, each with a queen bed, as well as a spacious loft that sleeps two.
A full kitchen, dining area and comfortable living room under a vaulted 16-foot ceiling complete the interior.
Grill your favorite meal on the big gas barbecue on the back porch, all while watching Willow Creek tumble by.
If you’d like to venture farther afield, use the cabin as a base to explore the Bitterroot Valley.
Pristine mountain lakes are within a short drive and hike in the hundreds of thousands of acres of national forest up Willow Creek Road to the east.
High-mountain hiking opportunities abound in the Bitterroot Range on the west side of the valley.
Or arrange a guided fly-fishing float on the Bitterroot River, one of Montana’s best trout streams.
Tour the quaint town of Hamilton, with its local shops, artwork and one-of-a-kind eateries. Or treat yourself to a frosty beverage at one of the craft breweries in town.
If you come in the winter, you can hit the slopes at Lost Trail or sled or snowshoe near the cabin.
In short, come enjoy the Montana mountains, in the mountains.
We look forward to having you.