Have you ever considered a Montana honeymoon?
Perhaps it’s not the first destination to come to mind, but you might be surprised to learn that there are all types of accommodations in Montana ranging from a pampering spa packages to an romantic old-fashioned log cabin where no one can find you (unless you want them to).
Additionally romantic Montana vacations offer a plethora of activities ranging from having a laid back picnic under the stars with your partner to wrangling, canoeing, backpacking, fishing and whitewater rafting.
Come winter months you can add snowmobiling and skiing to that list (bring the hot cocoa!).
Montana romantic honeymoon ideas: Away from it All
One of the most romantic activities in Montana are the hiking tours. Pick a landscape you enjoy – and put on good shoes! Note that if you are not seasoned backpackers you will want a local guide. Yes, that puts a little kibosh on being alone in the woods, but you won’t get lost (which would really spoil your honeymoon).
|Montana honeymoon: Home, Home on the Range |
A very popular honeymoon destination in Montana are the guest ranches. Here you’ll be able to enjoy all that fresh air and some incredible scenery ideal for taking pictures. Hopping on horseback is like a flash to the past, when days weren’t so rushed and when whole communities would hit the open trail.
You actually have two different types of “dude” ranches in Montana. One is a working ranch. Here you’ll get a taste of what it’s really like to live off the land (can anyone say cow herding?). The second, possibly more adequate choice for a honeymoon vacation spots, is a resort ranch that’s set up for the comfort of the guests, with the ranch being the backdrop for a week’s adventure.
By the way, don’t worry if you’re an inexperienced rider. On your You can get lessons on your Montana honeymoon! And before you think that these guest ranches are all “back water” (so to speak) some of them have turned up the hospitality and comfort by adding features like pools and hot tubs where you can lounge at your content. Better still, some of the ranches have special Montana honeymoon packages and even post their adult-only time-frames.
What’s the cost of Montana vacations on the ranch? Generally you can stay at a ranch for about $1,500 (mean cost per person) for 7 days. That amount usually includes meals and activities (read the fine print). Note that like any vacation, the costs of honeymoon vacations vary by season.
Montana Honeymoon Destination Yellowstone
Geysers, waterfalls and wildflower – that’s what awaits you if you make Yellowstone National Park part of your Montana honeymoon. The park attracts millions of people annually, many o whom love to hike the trails perfect for some alone time. This place is expansive, so even when there are a lot of visitors, you’ll be able to secure some privacy somewhere on the over 2,219,789 acres of land. For nature lover’s in-love, you’ll be treated to the opportunity of seeing a wide variety of wild animals (other than your partner!). There’s bison, elk, bear, 300 types of bird, fish and even gray wolves. Add to that a backdrop of flora (over 1000 species). This animal life makes Spring Montana vacations a great time to watch the wildlife in their native habitat.
;In terms of lodging in your honeymoon destinations there’s plenty around the Yellowstone region, and even some in the park proper. If you want to stay on site, plan ahead as the inns fill up very quickly. For romantic cabin space, there’s Old Faithful Lodge Cabins. For something a little more modern, try Lake Yellowstone Hotel. And if you want mineral springs and a place to lay your weary heads at the end of the day, there’s Mammoth Hot Springs Hotel.
Glacier National Park Montana Honeymoon
The area around glacier national park gets a lot of attention from honeymooners in the winter, particularly those who like to ski and snowboard. As with Yellowstone there are plenty of places to consider for your Montana vacations love nest. Glacier Park Lodge is fantastic with a day spa, gloving, a pool and daily bus tours of the area. Or, try Lake McDonald Lodge with its restaurant, boat tours, and a fantastic view of the lake. Nearby you can also look to Whitefish Mountain Resort, offering moonlight skiing and dining packages for couples on their Montana honeymoon.
4br - Luxury Log Home/Perfect Location- Bozeman, Montana
The best feature of the home is the great room with a 22 foot vaulted ceiling, a massive Montana moss rock fireplace, rustic maple floors, extra large leather sofa, elk antler chandelier and inspirational view of Bridger Bowl Ski Area framed in a wall of windows with hand-hewn logs.
Couple discounts! With a spectacular mountain view of two ski areas, Bridger Vista Lodge is a new log home set on five acres northeast of Bozeman, Montana, and offers luxury living in an ideal recreation location.
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