320 Guest Ranch Sparks Romance With New Package

Montana ranch’s Fire & Ice package runs through the end of March

By: By Susan Shuo Dong


320 Guest Ranch

Now through the end of March, Montana’s 320 Guest Ranch is offering a Fire & Ice package, inviting couples to cuddle up in Big Sky Country. The Fire & Ice package includes lodging in a choice of accommodations, from a mountain chalet to a guest cabin, chocolate desserts upon check-in, an hour-long hot stone treatment for two, a gift package including a fleece blanket and a spa kit, a moonlit champagne sleigh ride, a Valentine’s dinner for two at the 320 Ranch Steak House and a hot breakfast served in their cabin the next morning.

Since 1898, the 320 Guest Ranch has provided accommodations for visitors on 320 acres of land in Big Sky Country. It now boasts 59 modern cabins, log homes and a mountain chalet. Most guests can enjoy wood-burning fireplaces in many of the ranch’s accommodations and the ranch also holds a campfire each night.

Couples who come to the ranch will also have access to downhill and cross country skiing at the Big Sky Resort and Moonlight Basin. Other seasonal, recreational activities available on the property include horseback riding, trail hiking, rafting, mountain climbing, fly fishing, hayrides, and many more. Late-night activities can be enjoyed at the 320 Saloon.

The Fire & Ice package starts at $390 per couple per night. And, for couples who want to enjoy the slopes at Big Sky or Moonlight Basin, the package starts at $540 per couple, per night.

The 320 Guest Ranch was recently featured on NBC’s “Today Show” travel segment as a top destination.