22. Pray, MTGet More Info
Why go: Big Sky country is especially idyllic under blue summer skies, and Pray is a prime entry point into Montana’s Paradise Valley and the Absaroka Mountain Range in the Custer Gallatin National Forest. It’s a small town just 35 minutes outside of Yellowstone National Park and about an hour from the city of Bozeman.
Where to stay: Sage Lodge, with a 34-guestroom lodge and four standalone Ranch Houses, sits on 1,200 acres of rural landscape, right on the banks of the Yellowstone River. It boasts picturesque views of the valley and the 10,000-foot Emigrant Peak. Summer programming includes fly-fishing, horseback riding through Yellowstone National Park, llama trekking, whitewater rafting, helicopter tours, hot air balloon rides, and more.
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