The show "Yellowstone" brought it to life, but I discovered the beauty of Montana more than 20 years ago and I would love to share it with you!
My cabin at Big Sky Montana is situated in the Gallatin Canyon, which is surrounded by the Rocky Mountains. The cabin's "front yard" is the Gallatin River, where the movie "A River Runs Through It" was filmed.
We built the cabin when my son was 4 years old and I remember him rafting down that river many times!
Big Sky is a hub for outdoor activities such as hiking, biking, fly fishing, and skiing. During the winter months, visitors can enjoy skiing at the Big Sky Resort, which has over 5,800 acres of ski terrain. During the summer months, visitors can explore the surrounding mountains on foot or by bike.
I love interior design, and the cabin is furnished with vintage pieces from Texas and across the west.
It's a spectacular place to see the wonders of Yellowstone from and there are a few weeks available this summer. Here's the link to see more of my Rainbow Ranch Cabin and the dates it is available,
Big Sky is home to a wide range of wildlife such as grizzly bears, elk, and bison. My cabin backs up to the Gallatin National Forest so it's not unusual to see wild animals like deer making their way across the back yard.
The town's proximity to Yellowstone National Park makes it a perfect place to stay for visitors to the park. My cabin is 30 minutes from the entrance to Yellowstone.
Yellowstone National Park is one of the most popular national parks in the United States. The park is famous for its geysers, hot springs, and wildlife.
Yellowstone is home to over 500 geysers, including the famous Old Faithful. Visitors can watch these geysers erupt and learn about the park's geothermal features. The park is home to a wide range of wildlife, including bison, wolves, and grizzly bears. Visitors can see these animals up close on guided tours.
Yellowstone offers several scenic drives that take visitors through the park's beautiful landscapes. The most popular scenic drive is the Grand Loop Road, which is a 142-mile loop that takes visitors through the park's major attractions.
And, Yellowstone has over 900 miles of hiking trails that take visitors through the park's forests, mountains, and geothermal areas. Visitors can choose from a range of hikes, from easy nature walks to challenging mountain climbs.
I fell so in love with Yellowstone country that I built a cabin there. There are still a few spots left this summer. Here's the Rainbow Ranch Cabin link if you would like to come and stay!