Guest Post: Cowboy Bachelor(ette) for Your Most Outdoorsy Friend

 

Guest Post

A handy solution for your most mountain person-y friend's bachelor/ette from our friends at Trazee Travel.

P.S. Apologies for the lack of posting recently -- we were both celebrating that #lovewins and dealing with some technical issues. We're now back to our regularly scheduled programming!

 

Throw A Cowboy Bachelor(ette) Party at The Ranch at Rock Creek

By Matt Rimer of Trazee Travel

Amongst the rolling mountains and endless open prairie of Philipsburg, Mont., lies the perfect location for a secluded bachelor party — The Ranch at Rock Creek. While designed to look like a homestead of the 1800s, the Ranch is equipped with all of the expensive luxuries of the present.

Its living accommodations span every price range — from modest options like the main granite lodge and cabins, to the luxury private homes and even an old barn. However, most bachelor groups come for the dozens of bonding activities like fly-fishing at the river, mountain biking, hitting the hot tub and pool or checking out one of the numerous shooting ranges for some much needed stress relief after a long year of wedding planning. In the winter, groups can find snowmobiling, skiing and snowcat tours among the many cold-weather adventures.

And, after it’s all over, friends can relax in the famous Granite Spa for a massage or some steam room meditation. When it comes to eating at The Ranch, guests can choose from options like the fine dining in the Granite Lodge or the open-air, ranch-style barbecue at the Blue Canteen, for example.

For those looking for a one-stop shop, The Ranch hosts extravagant but simple, rustic weddings. This means that bachelor and bachelorette parties can run their course at the same location before converging for the final event.