Scale of 90-100
Historic 640-acre property on Hebgen Lake, bordered by the Gallatin National Forest, near the west entrance of Yellowstone National Park. The lodge’s fly-fishing guides are experts on the area’s blue-ribbon trout waters. The ranch hosts a maximum of 22 guests in Western cabins, many with woodstoves and private decks. The two stand-alone cabins on the property feature comfortable living rooms and private porches with lake views. Chefs Bruno and Kris Georgeton offer locally sourced, gourmet Western cuisine in the historic main lodge or under the Big Sky. In addition to fly-fishing excursions, outdoor activities on the ranch include hiking, biking, canoeing and horseback riding. No children under age 12. Closed October to June.
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Authentic Western ambience.
Lack of unified rate that includes all ranch activities.
Good to Know
Two stand-alone cabins, “Watkins Creek” and “Caddis,” offer the most privacy.
Firehole Ranch Features:
- Airport transfers
- Fly fishing
- Horseback riding
- Meal plan offered
- No a/c
Average Mid-High Season Rates (including taxes):
Lowest Rate: Traditional Cabin for two, $1,350; Editor’s Choice: Caddis Cabin for two, $1,550 (all meals and wine and spirits included; guided fly-fishing packages available).
All meals and beverages, including open bar and wines paired with gourmet dinners; Transfers between West Yellowstone Airport and the ranch; Hiking, mountain-biking and canoeing; Staff gratuities; Packages including guided fly-fishing trips also available (guide gratuity additional)
Learn more about Firehole Ranch:
In order to offer you the highest level of service, online booking is currently not available. Please call Andrew Harper Travel at (800) 375-4685, or contact the hotel directly, for reservations.