Introducing our newest whitewater rafting adventure: The Great Bear Whitewater Excursion. Stay three days in a luxury home at Paws Up, then take a helicopter to the Great Bear Wilderness for four days of serious rapids and serious fun.
Pinnacle Camp (our newest and most luxurious camp) is opening next summer…and there’s not a darn thing Mother Nature can do about it. Whoever said “Mother knows best” never met the Paws Up construction crew.
MSNBC.com has featured Paws Up as a pet-friendly hotel. Click here to read the article.
Join us for the 2nd Annual Canine Classic on Sunday, September 26th at The Resort at Paws Up. The Canine Classic is a benefit hike/run for you and your canine companion. 100% of the registration fees and/or pledge donations go to support the Humane Society of Western Montana and the care of homeless animals. Click here for more information and to register.
As a tribute to The Treasure State, each of our accommodations are named for something native to Montana. As part of our “Native Nomenclature” series, learn more about the origin of the individual tent names at Tent City…inspired by infamous Montana outlaws:
Rattlesnake Jake: Wanted for minor horse rustling, suspected of murder and wanted in half a dozen towns and at least four territories.
The Wild Bunch: The Hole-in-the-Wall Gang Robbed Trains and Shot People.
Dutch Henry: Terrorized settlers with their horse thievery, kidnapping and robberies.
Big Nose George: A rustler and robber who in his life ran with many outlaws.
The Pigeon-Toed Kid: Ran with a bunch of horse thieves who were rustling along the border and selling them in North Dakota.
Long-Haired Owens: Was Rattlesnake Jake’s partner in crime.
This year, we began offering cattle drive adventures to our guests. The response has been overwhelming (both from the cattle and the guests). It’s an activity you have to experience to understand…but we thought these photographs might help:
Delta Sky recently featured Paws Up in a story about the best fly-fishing in Western Montana. The Blackfoot River–10 miles of which flow through Paws Up–is mentioned as a “classic freestone stream.” Pomp, our fine dining restaurant, is also recommend in the “Where to Eat” section. We’d like to thank Brian Kevin for putting together this great article! Click here to download and read the full article.