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The Bar W Guest Ranch is located in Northwest Montana, just west of Whitefish, Montana. In case you’ve never been to this part of the world, think of heavily timbered mountains, open prairies, clear running rivers and streams, fresh air, sunshine, and big skies. The Bar W lies right in the heart of all that and more.

The ranch is home to some of the finest qualities of the western way of life and hospitality. This includes a special string of horses and cattle, indoor and outdoor riding arenas, miles upon miles of riding trails and open prairies, and a staff that will help make your vacation here one you’ll cherish for a lifetime.

Good to know

  • Works with travel agents?

    yes
  • Belongs to

    Dude Ranchers Association
  • Good time to go

    We offer year round adventure to accommodate all of our guests. Each season is unique in its offerings. Whitefish is a winter wonderland and the Bar W offers all winter sports and relaxing sleigh rides. Spring offers several of our specialty packages such as Adults’ Only Week, Spring Cattle Drive and Cowgirl Up Week. Summer brings horseback riding in the mountains, over the foothills and across the open prairies of Montana Big Sky Country, but there is plenty for all ages to do and discover at the Bar W. Back by popular demand are our specialty weeks in the fall. We offer Fall Cattle Drive, Cowgirl Up, Adults’ Only and Photography week.

Lowdown

  • Owner(s)

    Dave Leishman
  • Manager(s)

    Dave Schettine
  • Address

    2875 Highway 93 West, Whitefish, Montana, USA, 59937
  • Tel

    866-828-2900
  • Fax

    406-863-9500
  • Capacity

    42
  • Open

    Jan-Dec - view details
  • Nightly rate

    $300-550 - view details
  • Ranch Type

    Guest Ranch, Authentic, Hands-On
  • Great for

    Action & adventure, Peace & quiet, Diverse scenery, People of all ages

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Highs

  • With a beautiful setting and staff who pay close attention to detail, this is an ideal location for your honeymoon or wedding
  • A relaxed atmosphere with opportunity to stay busy with trail rides and arena activities such as roping cattle, trying barrels, sorting cattle. Or, enjoy a trip into Kalispel
  • If you're traveling as an individual, you will quickly feel apart of the family - the staff care for and love the ranch and what they do, are fun and hospitable
  • A ranch tucked away against the mountains, yet minutes from a resort town. Several activities take place off-ranch within the town of Kalispell
  • Don't miss out on their "Cowgirl Up" event with opportunity to gather and work cattle. Make sure to add in a Wine Tasting and a visit to their local spa

Lows

  • Most rides are at a walk; however, it's perfect for scenic riding and they also offer cattle drives during the year
  • The kitchen is set near the lodge rooms, so at times you can hear the chefs within the kitchen. Previous guests rave about the food
 

Summer Season Rates & Booking

  • Open

    May-Oct
  • Nightly rate

    $300-550   view details on lodging rates
  • Nightly rate (children)

    $160-240
  • Minimum stay

    3 days
  • Preferred arrival day

    Sun
  • Preferred depart day

    Sat
  • Booking Policy

  • Request a 50% deposit with the remaining balance due upon departure
  • Included in your stay

  • meals, activities, lodging, Riding
  • Extras

  • Tax

    about 5% tax
  • Gratuity

    There is a 10% service charge added to the bill upon departure
  • Massage

    We are happy to provide transportation to and from the spa
  • Other

    Whitewater rafting, Rock Climbing

Winter Season Rates & Booking  

  • Open

    Jan-Apr, Nov-Dec
  • Nightly rate

    $225-425   view details on lodging rates
  • Nightly rate (non-rider)

    $71-243
  • Nightly rate (children)

    $40-40
  • Minimum stay

    No minimum stay
  • Preferred arrival day

    Any day is fine
  • Preferred depart day

    Any day is fine
  • Booking Policy

  • Request a 50% deposit with the remaining balance due upon departure
  • Included FREE in your stay

  • meals, lodging, Riding
  • Extras

  • Tax

    About 5% tax
  • Gratuity

    There is an additional 10% service fee added to the bill upon departure

Environmental & Social Practices

  • Environment

  • Guests can participate in a voluntary towel rehang program to save on water & electricity. The ranch runs on low wattage CFL lighting to further save electricity. Our facility also recycles & composts. Low emission vehicles, diesel vehicles when possible are used. Energy Star appliances are also used. Additional environmental practices used: water & waste management, evironmental friendly cleaning products & office supplies, reuse of grain bags, guests receive a reusable water bottles, motion sensor lights, low flow showerheads and aerators, donate extra food to Ray of Hope and give manure to local farmers.

  • Community

  • We donate our extra food to Ray of Hope organization and provide manure to local farmers.
     

  • Food

  • Most foods served at the ranch are grown locally. Wait until you sit down to breakfast or dinner and taste some of the best down-home cooking this side of the Mississippi - Montana style! Meals are prepared with love and care and are always served in hearty portions - no one leaves hungry. Have a unique food requirement? Just let our cooks know and we'll accommodate your request!

Lowdown

  • Elevation

    3200 ft.
 

Nearest Airports

  • Glacier International Airport, Kalispell

  • Nearest town / city

    Kalispell
  • Distance to ranch

    16 miles
  • Time to ranch

    30 mins
  • Airlines

    Delta, United, Allegiant, Horizon
  • Ranch shuttle

    $35 each way/6 guests

Nearest Town / City

  • Whitefish

  • Distance

    5 miles
  • Time from ranch

    15 mins
  • Facilities

    grocery store, pharmacy, church, post office, medical clinic, hospital, bank, atm, gas station
  • Shopping

    boutique shops
  • Ranch shuttle

    $35 each way/6 guests
 

Our riding stands out

  • Diverse horseback riding progam
  • Some of the most experienced training available
  • Mountainous Montana terrain surrounding the ranch; situated along the foothills of the Rockies and the prarie of the Blackfoot Indian Reservation

Our horses

  • guest horses

    50
  • horse types

    Quarterhorse, Appaloosas, Draft Cross, Paints, Arabians

Our Riding

  • Scheduled rides

    Though there is a structure to the riding week there is certainly flexibility for special requests and there will be changes throughout the week depending on those.
  • Guided rides

    All rides are guided by ranch owners or wranglers. Groups are ideally kept to 4 guests with 1 wrangler; however, maximum group size is 8 in which 2 wranglers will ride out.
  • Riding Freedom

    Riding freedom depends on the riders and their ability, the pace is determined by the least experienced within the group

Lowdown

  • Type of riding

    Western Riding
  • Riding opportunities for

    Beginner, Intermediate, Experienced
  • Most riders are

    Intermediate
  • Rides are grouped by

    Pace of Ride, Everyone rides together, Rides tailored to guest requests, Rides dictated by ranch work, Families Ride Together
  • Max riders per ride

    8
  • Wranglers per ride

    2
  • Pace of ride

    Walk, Trot, Lope

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You'll enjoy

  • hours in the Saddle

    Morning - 2 hours, Afternoon - 3 hours
  • Morning and afternoon rides are offered as well as all day rides twice a week.
  • Riding

    Openly through property, On specified trails
 

Riding Lessons

  • Details

    lessons come with package
  • Lessons given by

    wrangler
  • Lessons located

    on the trail, in the arena
  • Group lessons are available from beginner to advanced

Cattle work - pasture gathers

  • When

    May, Sep
  • Frequency

    Yearly
  • No. of cow/calf pairs

    300
  • Interaction

    Guests participate
  • We offer spring and fall cattle drives; please keep an eye on our upcoming events for additional details.

Branding work

  • When

    May, Sep
  • Frequency

    Yearly
  • No. Branded

    50
  • Interaction

    Guests participate
  • Please watch our events for further details on our spring and fall brandings.

Calving work

  • When

    Mar, Apr
  • Frequency

    Yearly
  • Interaction

    Guests participate
  • New for 2011, calving is now on offer. Guests can ride out and help during the calving season.

Arena Work

  • Type

    indoor arena, outdoor arena
  • Activities

    penning, sorting, roping from the ground, barrels, pole bending

Sample Riding Itinerary

  • Day 1 Guests start with arena work, ensuring you are matched to the right horse and to ensure you are safe and comfortable. You will then head out on an hour trail ride. In the afternoon you can choose from an hour or a two hour ride trail.

    Day 2 In the morning guests can try their hand at cattle sorting in the arena. In the afternoon, whitewater rafting is on offer or 2-3 hour trail ride.

    Day 3 Guests can choose from either a half day ride and full day ride.

    Day 4 You can take advantage of the full day ride option if you chose half day previously or vice versa. 

    Day 5 The morning of the last day is when we like to make special ride requests happen if possible as well as practice for the rodeo. In the afternoon guests take part in a ranch rodeo which includes barrel racing, pole bending and a steak race.

Setting

  • Private Land - 250-1000 (acres)

  • The ranch is made up of 100 acres of private land; however the majority of riding is on 3,000 acres of state land that joins the ranch.
  • Public Land - more than 50k (acres)

  • We ride and explore an additional 400,000-500,000 acres.

Wait until you sit down to breakfast or dinner and taste some of the best down-home cooking this side of the Mississippi - Montana style! Meals are prepared with love and care and are always served in hearty portions - no one leaves hungry. Have a unique food requirement? Just let our cooks know and we'll accommodate your request.

Meals are served family style by our own cooks. The aroma of fresh coffee will greet you each morning as you open your eyes . Breakfast might be in the lodge or at the top of our rides overlooking the valley. If you are on the ranch for lunch we’ll utilize the play meadow, gazebo or have it right in the lodge - otherwise you’ll make it and take it with you on the trail. Dinners are usually in the lodge unless we do a dinner ride and cook out on the ridge or have a wagon ride and dine in the play meadow or at the gazebo.

Lowdown

  • Enjoy

    Ranch-style
  • Meals served

    buffet style, scheduled meals
  • Enjoy dining in

    nature settings, dining room (casual attire)

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Children at the Ranch

Great for children aged 7 and over



Kids are the heart of the Bar W Ranch.

They begin with learning to groom, saddle, feed and take care of their own horse. Throughout the week there are special kids rides and games in the arena.

The age limit for going on the trail rides is 7 years old. We have pony rides and babysitting for the smaller cowpokes. Throughout the week our kids counselor supervises activities such as paint your horse, nature walks, kids only dinners and more. There is a great game room with crafts, pool table, darts and games.

Detailed Activities

  • Games

    pool table, darts, games
  • Riding based activities

    horse care, pony rides, arena riding, trail riding

The idea of the Bar W originated in 2000. It began with a father’s longing to escape the rigors and chaos of the office and stave off burnout. He came to Montana with his two young daughters, Meghan (age 9) and Emily (age 7).

Dave Leishman, future owner of the Bar W, and his daughters were persuaded by longtime friend and owner of the Double D Guest Ranch in New Jersey(and now Bar W partner) Phil Dukes to head West and make the trip to the Bear Creek Ranch. Dave’s fears and doubts about his riding skills quickly abated. In no time, he and the girls were riding to the tops of ridges, where they could gaze at the Big Sky countryside for 130 miles in every direction.

It turned out to be a vacation for the ages – one of those life-changing, priority-altering experiences many people wait a lifetime for. It was a whole package - the riding, the western way of life, the rodeos, the work, and the people – a true total experience. Dave and the girls drew closer on each subsequent trip to Montana; it was an adventure that they shared year after year. He was hooked. So much so that after the next four annual trips Dave decided that a yearly excursion to Montana just was not enough anymore. Dave wanted a ranch of his own, a place where he could help people live the same experience he did on his first visit. Dave and his wife Jan joined with Dave’s brothers Greg and Phil Dukes to make the dream come true...

Lowdown

  • Guest ranch since

    2000
 
Dave chopping wood on the cattle drive
Dave Schettine - General Manager
Lindsay Sunderland - Lead Wrangler

Owner Info

  • Owner - Dave Leishman

  • Purchased ranch in

    2000
  • Languages spoken

    english

Our Managers

  • Manager - Dave Schettine

  • Hometown

    Schenectady, New York
  • With ranch since

    2004
  • Languages spoken

    english

Rooms & Rates

  • Room type | nameSummer ratesWinter rates

  • Lodge | Main Lodge l Overview$0n/a

    • Description

      The main lodge is 6,200 square feet of classic elegance and traditional western informality. It will be your relaxing retreat during your horse riding holiday. With 6 bedrooms, three common spaces, and a game parlor, the lodge is sure to please. There is no shortage of great views from the decks that overlook the back horse pasture, the arena, and even the wildlife rich wetlands surrounding Spencer Lake.
    • Rooms

      6
    • Max occupancy

      18
    • Prices listed are

      per person
    • Minimum stay

      no minimum
  • Cabin | Eagles Nest $325-$515n/a

    • Description

      Eagles Nest – The top suite in the cabin Eagles Nest offers a bedroom with a queen bed, a sleeping loft with two full size log beds, a living room with two more full size futons, a private bath, a kitchenette with microwave, refrigerator, sink and coffee maker. The deck overlooks the south pasture and surrounding forest, which is a great place to watch the local wild inhabitants. The Eagles Nest can sleep up to 10 utilizing the two futons in the sitting area.
    • Rooms

      3
    • Max occupancy

      10
    • Prices listed are

      per person
    • Minimum stay

      3 nights
    • Bathrooms

      Private bathroom
    • Amenities

      fridge, microwave, hair dryer, seating area
  • Cabin | Bear Den$325-$490n/a

    • Description

      One of the cabin suites, Bear Den offers a bedroom with a king size log bed, a living room with two incredibly comfortable full size log futons, a private full bathroom, a kitchenette with microwave, sink, refrigerator and coffee maker. Bear Den also offers a private covered porch. The Bear Den also features a deck that overlooks the South pasture and surrounding forest. Don't be surprised if you see a Moose or a few deer in the mornings and early evenings.
    • Rooms

      1
    • Max occupancy

      6
    • Prices listed are

      per person
    • Minimum stay

      3 nights
    • Bathrooms

      Private bathroom
    • Amenities

      fridge, microwave, hair dryer, seating area
  • Lodge | Main Lodge l Aspen Suite$330-$515$200-$275

    • Description

      The Aspen suite is beautifully appointed with a king bed, large full bathroom with double headed shower, jetted tub, bidet, and large vanity. Aspen also offers a private deck, television and a great view. The Aspen Suite also has bunk beds in an attached but separate bedroom. Perfect for families on a horseback riding vacation.
    • Rooms

      1
    • Max occupancy

      4
    • Prices listed are

      per person
    • Minimum stay

      3 nights
    • Bathrooms

      Private bathroom
    • Amenities

      hair dryer, seating area, washer / dryer
    • Entertainment

      tv, jetted tub in bath
  • Lodge | Main Lodge l Solitude$300-$425$125-$185

    • Description

      The Solitude has a full bathroom, two beautiful wooden futons and a queen bed sleeping up to 6 very comfortably. Great for group ranch vacations.
    • Rooms

      1
    • Max occupancy

      6
    • Prices listed are

      per person
    • Minimum stay

      3 nights
    • Bathrooms

      Private bathroom
    • Amenities

      hair dryer, seating area, washer / dryer
    • Entertainment

      hot tub
  • Lodge | Main Lodge l Whitetail $300-$425$125-$185

    • Description

      A real favorite amongst guests, sleeps two in a queen bed and can also accommodate two more on a full-sized futon. It has a private bathroom, large walk-in closet and a great view of the property and the lake.
    • Rooms

      1
    • Max occupancy

      4
    • Prices listed are

      per person
    • Minimum stay

      no minimum
    • Bathrooms

      Private bathroom
    • Amenities

      washer / dryer
    • Entertainment

      hot tub
  • Lodge | Main Lodge l Tamarack$295-$345$75-$105

    • Description

      The Tamarack is on the first floor. It sleeps two with a queen bed, and has a walk out to the main deck overlooking the south pasture. It has a half bath directly across the hall with access to a shared full bathroom one floor down.
    • Rooms

      1
    • Max occupancy

      2
    • Prices listed are

      per person
    • Minimum stay

      3 nights
    • Bathrooms

      Shared bathroom
    • Amenities

      washer / dryer
    • Entertainment

      hot tub
  • Lodge | Main Lodge l Appaloosa$285-$325$65-$85

    • Description

      Appaloosa is our most affordable bedroom, which is a short distance from the game parlor on the first floor. The Appaloosa is furnished with log furniture and has a queen bed. A shared full bath is directly across the hall.
    • Rooms

      1
    • Max occupancy

      2
    • Prices listed are

      per person
    • Minimum stay

      3 nights
    • Bathrooms

      Shared bathroom
    • Entertainment

      tv, hot tub
  • Lodge | Main Lodge l Sunroom$325-$490$125-$250

    • Description

      Sit on your walk out patio, sip a beverage and watch all the operations of the ranch. The Sunroom has a queen bed, full bathroom and an adjoining yet separate bedroom with a set of bunk beds and two full sized futons making it great for family dude ranch vacations.
    • Rooms

      2
    • Max occupancy

      8
    • Prices listed are

      per person
    • Minimum stay

      3 nights
    • Bathrooms

      Private bathroom
    • Amenities

      hair dryer, seating area
    • Entertainment

      tv, hot tub
  • Lodge | Main Lodge l Gameroom$0n/a

    • Description

      Our game parlor is equipped with a big screen television, a pool table, dartboard, wood stove, card table/chess set, a bar area and lots of space to move about. There are two futons in the basement as well for a family style sleeping arrangement.
    • Max occupancy

      4
    • Prices listed are

      per person
    • Minimum stay

      no minimum
  • Luxury Tent | Bitterroot tent$300-$425n/a

    • Description

      This isn’t your ordinary “pup tent.” Glamping or “Glamorous Camping” has come of age here at the Bar W. You get the best of both worlds – being and feeling a part of nature while staying in an elegant setting at the same time. Wake up, make a cup of coffee and sit on your deck watching the ranch come alive all around you. If you want to help with chores and catching the horses, you better hurry though - you have to be there pretty early. Head to breakfast and enjoy a hearty meal sure to keep you fully charged for your activity filled day-- h
    • Rooms

      1
    • Max occupancy

      4
    • Prices listed are

      per person
    • Minimum stay

      3 nights
    • Bathrooms

      Private bathroom
    • Amenities

      fridge, hair dryer, seating area, air conditioning, washer / dryer
  • Luxury Tent | Stillwater$300-$425n/a

    • Description

      This isn’t your ordinary “pup tent.” Glamping or “Glamorous Camping” has come of age here at the Bar W. You get the best of both worlds – being and feeling a part of nature while staying in an elegant setting at the same time. Wake up, make a cup of coffee and sit on your deck watching the ranch come alive all around you. If you want to help with chores and catching the horses, you better hurry though - you have to be there pretty early. Head to breakfast and enjoy a hearty meal sure to keep you fully charged for your activity filled day-- h
    • Rooms

      1
    • Max occupancy

      4
    • Prices listed are

      per person
    • Minimum stay

      3 nights
    • Bathrooms

      Private bathroom
    • Amenities

      fridge, hair dryer, seating area, air conditioning, washer / dryer
    • Entertainment

      hot tub

Services

Communications

  • wireless internet

Additional Services

  • Corporate Retreats

    For groups of 100 & over. Whether it is a brainstorming project, a team building event, an employee bonus, a board/stockholder retreat, or to inspire, the Bar W is the perfect setting.
  • Weddings

    We can cater for groups of 100 & over. If you are looking to truly create a memorable wedding experience, the Bar W has great facilities to make it a Montana-style event to remember.

Onsite

Outdoor Activities

  • mountain biking
  • sporting clays
  • campouts
  • wagon rides
  • bird watching
  • square dancing, hiking, archery, horseshoes, volley ball, wildlife photography

Winter Activities  

  • snowshoeing
  • winter ice fishing

Good to know

  • You can borrow

    Riding helmets, Saddle bags
 

Fishing & Wildlife

  • Fishing

  • Types of fishing

    spin, fly, lake, equipment available
  • Fish in Spencer lake for large pike, perch or bass - perhaps a trout still lingers in this once rated trophy trout lake.

  • Wildlife and birding

  • Whitetail Deer, Mule Deer, Black Bear, Mountain Lion, Elk, Turkey, Bald Eagles

Offsite Activities

  • Summer Activities

    Fly fishing – Montana is all about fly fishing.Some of the best fishing in the world surrounds the Bar W. We can set you up with a guide to make your fishing trip one you will remember for a life time. Need lessons or you are a bit rusty – no problem we can also set you up with lessons.
    Lake fishing – There are many many lakes to fish within the Flathead Valley. Just 4 miles down the road fish for 20 pound Mackinaw Trout or for huge Northern Pike, Whitefish, and Cutthroat Trout in Whitefish lake. In some areas you can take your rod on the horseback ride and drop it in one of the many lakes that we pass along the way – the fishing is great and you will have a ball!
    Whitewater Rafting and Kayaking – Ride class II – IV rapids for a half or full day – just twenty miles down the road.
    Championship golf – Nine courses within an hours drive and a 36 whole world class course just 1.5 miles down the road.
    Aerial Tours – Take a helicopter over the continental divide and see the goat families sitting on tops of peaks that are thousands and thousands of feet high.
    Hiking – Hike out the back door, across the way, or in any of the millions and millions of acres surrounding the ranch. Hike Glacier National Park or in the “Bob” short for the Bob Marshall Wilderness with 1,800 miles of trails or Jewell Basin covering over 15,000 acres of peaks, ridges and alpine lakes, streams and meadows.
    Day Spa – Whitefish is home to several wonderful day spas that guests can visit or the Bar W will make arrangements for them to visit you right at the ranch.
    Lake Cruises and Water Sports – Enjoy a day of sailing, motor boating, jet skiing, water skiing and more just down the street on Whitefish Lake.
    Big Sky Sporting Clays – They are without a doubt one of the best sporting clay fields in the world. You could spend all day and still want to shoot more.
    Great Bear Adventure - Your Car is Your Cage - Drive amoug the black and grizzly bears as they frolic, swim, and wrestle within feet of your car. This is a fun experience.
    Blue Moon Rodeo Series - The Blue Moon Rodeo Summer Series is as real a rodeo as it gets. Every week of the summer, on either Thursday or Saturday night the Blue Moon Rodeo will provide you with some of Montana's best riders and ropers. Get there early to see how things come together and marvel at how well these cowboys and cowgirls sit a saddle. Bring your camera.

    Winter Activities

    X-Country Skiing – There are 3 cross country ski areas within a few miles of the ranch with over 200 miles of groomed trails and there is also the Glacier Park System which you can visit for the day via Amtrak - a fun ride and a beautiful area to ski.
    Back Country Skiing – The Bar W has partnered with Vahalla Adventures to offer back country skiing on the Stryker Ridge territory. The untracked powder seems endless as you traverse down again and again. The snow cat will bring you up as many times as you like until either your legs give out or you run out of sun – usually it's the legs that go first.
    Snowmobiling – There are tens of thousands of miles of trails around the ranch to choose from. Bring your own sleds or we will help you to rent from one of at least three snowmobile outfitters in the immediate area.
    Dog Sledding – One of the most special things to do – definitely a twice in a lifetime activity to experience. Guests from 8 months to 80 years have loved the experience and the dogs. Just down the road from the ranch and a ball of fun.
    Ice Fishing – If the pike in Spencer Lake don’t excite you, there is always one of many lakes to chose from for trout, perch, and more.
    Day Spa – Whitefish is home to several wonderful day spas that guests can visit or the Bar W will make arrangements for them to visit you right at the ranch.

     

Local Attractions

  • We've only highlighted attractions that may add to your stay!
  • Whitefish

  • Great shopping, dining, theater, and nightlife just 3.5 miles down the road. There is always something going on in the Majestic Valley arena like rodeos, concerts, cowboy shows, etc.
  • Distance

    3.5 miles
  • Time from ranch

    15 mins
  • Glacier National Park

  • The “Crown Jewel of the Continent” is well worth the 23 mile trip to see and drive on the “going to the sun” road.
  • Distance

    23 miles
  • Time from ranch

    30 mins
  • Whitefish Mountain Ski and Summer Resort

  • Just 7 miles away, has plenty to offer throughout the summer with festivals, gondola rides, walk in the tree tops and much much more
  • Distance

    7 miles
  • Time from ranch

    15 mins
  • Great Bear Adventure

  • Your Car is Your Cage - Drive amoug the black and grizzly bears as they frolic, swim, and wrestle within feet of your car. This is a fun experience.
  • Zip Line Tours

  • Strap on a paragliding-style harness, click into your custom built cable trolley, and then fly around Whitefish Mountain! The 3-hour (approximately) zip line tour will thrill riders of all ages. Six separate spans with side-by-side zipping action will carry you more than 300 feet off the ground at speeds possibly topping 50 mph, with short hikes between each span

Our beautiful lodge in a majestic landscape
 

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