Montana Hill Guest Ranch is your destination choice if you care about the horse you ride.
Located a hour and a half away from Kamloops in the heart of Cowboy Country, Montana Hill Guest Ranch offers introductory trail rides & roping lessons on our working cattle ranch. Or bring your own horse and ride the 100’s of miles of epic crown trails, private corals and shelters are provided. While riding and relaxing, you will experience nature at its best; and view the wildlife visiting the Ranch. The area is known for foxes, coyotes, wolves, bears, elk, deer, moose and even cougars. There are hundreds of miles of trails for you to explore, some of the most scenic anywhere.
There are 4 log cabins tastefully decorated with antiques and collectibles and will sleep up to 4 people. Each cabin is appointed with a private ensuite, kitchenette, barbecue and best of all a private hot tub. A full gourmet breakfast is included each morning. Don’t worry if you’ve forgotten something we have plenty of nearby restaurants & stores. We have a farm store too in the main lodge and are happy to pick up items ahead for you to make your stay even more enjoyable!
Ranch amenities include:
- Wells Grey Park
- Spa services
- Wellness or hot stone massage
- Huge movie collection
- Board games
- Free WiFi
- Professional cowboy roping lessons
- Motorcycle tours
- Backroads cycling
This is your time to enjoy nature & breathe the clean country air at 4200 ft. above sea level. Perhaps you’re looking to relax and enjoy the endless views or reconnect with your family. Montana Hill Guest Ranch is the perfect place to vacation.
With over 20 years in the British Columbia Bed and Breakfast industry, hosts Elaine and Alan Dillabaugh can assure you that you will have a high quality, enjoyable and relaxing stay.
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