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|One-time Fee $495|
ONE TIME CHARGE - $495: (Valued at $1,500) Add-on the Group Lodging package for a significant savings. You’ll stay in the main lodge as it’s part of the experience to be staying with the group to gather each night to talk about the day. (NOTE: Montana is a VERY high tourist area so individual lodging can be $250 - $500 per night. This One-Time Charge for entire stay is $495.
WELCOME to Montana Outdoor Adventures, Guided by Reality TV Star "Cowboy Ryan"
Four generations ago, each guest arrived here by way of stagecoach, horseback or Model-T.
Today, descendants of some of those families and friends come visit the ranch to experience the mythic beauty of nature, the cowboy lifestyle and the Old West, in a region that is very nearly the same as it was in the 1800's when Chief Joseph and his indian tribe visited the ranch.Ours is one of the oldest continuously operating ranches in this scenic canyon where the bitterroot river beginning with the runoff of the snow from Lost Trail Ski area. Our guest ranch is just 12 miles from Lost Trail Powder Mountain which is one of Montana's best ski areas.
THE COWBOY RYAN DUDE RANCH EXPERIENCE You’ll stay in historic log cabins located at the Sula Store & campground which is near the visiting point of Lewis & Clark who passed through the ranch during 1805 in search of the west coast. You’ll enjoy great meals and pampered attention from ranch hosts who are happy to cater to your every need.We offer a unique vacation, world class fishing, hiking, float trips and much more at our Montana ranch.So treasured is our guest ranch that it’s become a tradition among families, individuals and couples over the years ˜ in fact, most of our guests are return visitors or their friends and family members.
If you're coming for the incredible views, smell of the pine tree's, wild life, glorious stars at night, the fabulous history of Chief Joseph, battle of the Big Hole, Lewis & Clark and/or just trying to escape from a fast paced life Montana is the place to come. Life on the Cowboy Ryan ranch is a priceless time in your life that is memorable and also life changing for many folks. Come as a stranger and leave as a valued lifelong friend. WOOOHOOO
Optional(If weather allows) White Water Rafting on the Salmon River
This Class III raft trip includes a leisurely stop at our wilderness camp, where guests can relax in hammocks, play horse shoes and socialize. Rafters will be treated to a freshly prepared, healthy and plentiful lunch consisting of chicken wraps, fresh green salads, pasta salads, desserts and beverages. We are happy to accommodate vegetarians, vegans and PB & J’ers.
Shooting Guns - Experience the Wild West with some good ol fashion target shooting. YEE-HAW
You'll find yourself at the top of a 10,120 foot mountain by the end of the week.
Arena Fitness Challenges
We host the "Tough ARENA" challenge in the rodeo arena which something you'll find at the PBR in 2017.
Eating around the campfire is the guests BIGGEST highlights at the end of the day. Campfire stories under the stars and surrounded by nature is a lifetime experience.
Morning Rodeo Bootcamps
"As seen on Jillian Michaels Reality Show" You will experience a Fun 28 minute Rodeo workout to jumpstart your mind & body for the day. Yes that is Jillian in the photo.
Big Horn Sheep
Sula Montana is the home to many Big Horn Sheep because of the rugged, rocky terrain and high mountain tops. During your stay you're bound to see wildlife.
Lodging in Sula Montana
Many rustic cabins are available in the Sula, Montana area for our guests. Lodging is NOT included so you can book a small cabin or a BIG luxury style living arrangements.
Motivation - Mind Conditioning
This is the BIGGEST change you'll experience, daily motivation will change ANY area of your life. If your looking to take your fitness to the next level, get motivated to get in shape or unhappy in any area of your life days of mind conditioning is priceless.
Get to explore the tracks of famous explores like Lewis & Clark in 1805 or Chief Joseph Nez Perce Indians in 1877. They all camped on the ranch during their travels.