As winter gets fully underway, we’re welcoming a season of adventure, filled with activities that people in our area have been enjoying for 150 years, plus a few newer pursuits thrown into the mix.
Photo by Jose Villa Photography
Shivani Vora of the New York Times published a story entitled, “How to Have a Culturally Rich Vacation.” She suggests ways to become more immersed, no matter your destination.
Travel company owner Ashish Sanghrajka points out, “Getting exposed to local culture is enriching and shows us a world beyond ourselves.”
We couldn’t agree more. This exposure to novel experiences is good for the body and spirit. Winter is also the perfect time to try something new. It’s a time that we often contemplate resolutions and direction for the year ahead. It is a time to get inspired by exploring parts unknown.
Winter Specials Celebrating Montana Lifestyle & Culture
Every year we try to showcase Montana culture and sports by curating winter specials. In some cases, these are guest favorites and in other cases they are new experiences based on the traditions and history of Southwest Montana.
Between December 1 and March 31, 2018 (stay restrictions may apply), all winter specials include a complimentary fourth night and all-inclusive downhill skiing and snowboarding at our local hill, Discovery Ski Area, considered by National Geographic a best secret ski destination in North America.
“Eighteen miles up the Pintlar Scenic Highway is one of the best under-the-radar ski areas in the Northern Rockies—Discovery, or Disco to the locals…The only thing missing—in town, the surrounding mountains, or the wide ranching valleys sprawling out below—are crowds.” – National Geographic
We encourage you to seize the winter with these three trips that you can only experience when the snow falls at The Ranch at Rock Creek.