The annual Wine & Bitch weekend at the Resort at Paws Up in Montana is a luxury vacation designed for you and your best canine friend. You’ll enjoy wine tasting by Mutt Lynch Winery and exquisite rustic ranch cuisine while your pooch will rejuvenate with doggie spa treatments and gourmet treats. This year, Andrew Grant will be casting dog for the final edition of Rover. Join us April 29 through May 1, 2011 for a “four-paw event at a five-star” resort.
We’ve brought The Resort at Paws Up to life with our new digital photo book. For those who like books with a lot of pictures, this is definitely for you. It’s the next best thing to actually setting foot on our 37,000 acres of pristine Montana wilderness.
Montana Master Chefs is always a highlight of the year and 2009 was no exception. This year’s winery lineup was one of the best ever with Frog’s Leap Winery, Joseph Phelps Vineyards and Stag’s Leap Wine Cellars. We enjoyed some of the finest wines from Napa Valley right in the heart of the Blackfoot River Valley. Our chef line up was equally as impressive with Kent Rathbun, Executive Chef/Proprietor of Abacus and Jasper’s Restaurants in Dallas; the last two seasons Top Chef winners, Stephanie Izard and Hosea Rosenberg; and our very own resort chef, Wes Coffel. It was a weekend filled with the finest things in life: fine food, great wine, friends, family, fun and all with a sense of adventure. If you didn’t get a chance to join us this year, go to www.montanamasterchefs.com to see what you missed and mark your calendars for 2010 (September 30-October 3, 2010).
Check out this great article from Nicholas Sveslosky in Fido Friendly Magazine. Great recap of our first annual Wine & Bitch Weekend. Here’s a snippet: “There are few vacations where Fido feels as welcome as you go. My only disappointment about the weekend was leaving.” Click Here to read the full article.
From USA Today: The United States now has its first carbon-neutral property, the Resort at Paws Up in Greenough, Montana. Following a comprehensive assessment of the total carbon output of the resort, Paws Up has invested in local forestry and rangeland projects to reduce the carbon “paw print” of their guests in 2009 to zero. “While it has been important to reduce our carbon footprint through offsets,” says general manager Jim Nielsen, “our next goal will be to reduce the amount of carbon dioxide that we produce, through solar and wind power initiatives and increasing recycling and waste management efforts.”
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