After Lewis and Clark trekked across the area on their historic expedition, cattle ranchers and frontiersmen have worked the land for generations. For nearly a decade, guests of Paws Up have been learning about these Montana traditions.
When the Lipson family bought the commercial Black Angus ranch, they renamed it Paws Up after their dog's enthusiastic greeting. While the property continues to operate as a cattle ranch, the focus has shifted from commercial sales to keeping traditions alive and creating opportunities for guests to immerse themselves in ranch life. Activities at the Paws Up Resort include everything from horseback riding to hot air ballooning.
The quintessential adventure here is helping with the cattle drive. This authentic experience is lead by an actual cowboy who will teach you how to drive, sort, and pen cattle. Throughout the day you'll enjoy stunning views too.
This is the kind of immersive learning experience you won't have on a stay anywhere else.