sporting clays, ATV Rentals - guided, ATV Rentals - unguided, bird watching, Shooting - trap / clays, Horseshoe throwing, axe throwing
Water based Activities
river floating, whitewater rafting-adventure
cross-country skiing, snowmobiling, down hill skiing, snowshoeing
Fishing & Wildlife
Fish various locations for famous Montana trout.
Fishing on offer
spin, fly, river, stocked pond, lake, stream, equipment available, guided inclusive, guided non-inclusive, unguided, instruction available, BYO equipment
Deer, elk, black bear, brown bear, bobcats, mountain lions and wolves.
For groups of up to 30.
Alpine Falls Ranch is the ideal, quiet and private getaway for a corporate retreat!
The Six8 Saloon features ample space for meetings, along with audio visual equipment for presentations and work sessions.
High speed internet is available across the entire ranch for your use and we can arrange for daily excursions, activities and more.
Chances are, you've imagined your wedding day surrounded by unspoiled nature and in the friendly spirit of Montana.
If that rings true with you, Alpine Falls Ranch is your venue for gathering friends and family, for a truly unique and genuine experience.
We host weddings in a number of indoor and outdoor settings, from the casual cool of the Six8 Saloon to open-air mountain meadows.
Our ranch manager works with couples and wedding planners to create custom functions from all of the ranch's many residences, spaces and assets.
Beyond the wedding, we can also host rehearsal dinners, dressing rooms and cabins.
We can accommodate groups from 2 to 150, get started by reaching out to our ranch manager to discuss your wishes and date availability.
Lolo National Forest
Alpine Falls Ranch borders the Lolo National Forest, one of the most breathtaking National Forests in the United States.
Located in west-central Montana and encompassing two million acres, the Lolo is the ideal destination for locals and visitors who want to go play!
With opportunities such as hiking, OHV riding, camping, winter sports and two visitor centers, adventure awaits at the Lolo National Forest!
86.9 miles / 2 hours
Montana Snowbowl is an alpine ski area in the western United States, located in the Lolo National Forest.
Built on two peaks, it has 2,600 feet of continuous vertical drop.
Paradise is a three-mile-long cruiser.
Grizzly rolls down 2,000 feet through steep terrain.
There are plenty of un-named winders through the forest – ski or ride all day long, from open to close, and never take the same line twice.
The Grizzly Chair covers 2,000 vertical feet, taking skiers and riders to the mid-mountain, where they can access runs like Grizzly and Second Thought.
From the mid-mountain, skiers and riders can ride the LaVelle Creek Chair to the peak, to access steep chutes and bowls.
69.2 miles / 1 hour 15 mins
Clark Fork River
The Clark Fork is one of the longest rivers in Montana, stretching more than 280 miles from its rise as Silver Bow Creek in Southwest Montana to the Idaho border.
The Clark Fork and its tributaries are among the most popular destinations for fly fishing in the United States and other popular water recreation on the Clark Fork includes floating, SUPing, rafting, kayaking and even river surfing.
For its entire length in Montana, Interstate 90 roughly parallels the river.
31.6 miles / 30 mins