Easy Hikes Near the Silver Bow Club Hiking is a great way to experience Southwest Montana. At the ranch, guests enjoy our mile-long cart path which meanders along the river and returns to the lodge. Trails lead up the slope behind the lodge for panoramic views of the valley, the river, and our expansive [...]
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Montana Wildflowers Big Hole Valley Wildflowers are easy to spot along the river, in mountainside meadows, and in the vast Montana forest. Their color gives them away. Take a break from fishing or hiking to appreciate these perennial bloomers. Wyoming Locoweed Lupine Climate and Elevation Terrain varies [...]
Twin Bridges, Montana Here 3 Montana Blue Ribbon Trout streams, the Ruby, the Beaverhead, and the Big Hole, join and form the Jefferson River. The town is all about fly fishing. There are several fly shops and even one of the world's best-known fly rod manufacturer located here. Beauty surrounds the town. The towering Tobacco Root [...]
Big Hole Battlefield Wisdom, Montana Early on the morning of August 9, 1877, gunfire awakened a band of 800 Nez Perce. The battle, which lasted less than 48 hours, killed nearly 90 Nez Perce men, woman, and children as well as 38 US soldiers. Now a National Battlefield preserved by the National Park Service, the [...]
Top Five Flies For September Big Hole River, Montana The air is noticeably crisper in the morning come September in Montana. And the sun takes a bit longer to crest the mountain tops to the east and flood the valley with brilliant sunshine. Autumn is a magical time on the Big Hole [...]