back to 1863, The 63 Ranch was the first dude ranch
in Montana to be declared a National Historic Monument.
It straddles Mission Creek Canyon on the border of Gallatin
National Forest, 50 miles north of Yellowstone National
Park, and has been family-run since 1929. While fishing
and hiking are offered, equestrian activities are at
the forefront western riding classes,
lassoing lessons, cattle roundups, leisurely rides through
wildflowers and expert rides through mountain passes. There are just 15 cabins, housing no more than thirty
guests at a time. Family-style meals include grass-fed
beef from the ranch's own herd. FYI: BYOB.