320 GUEST RANCH STAFF

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General Information : [email protected]
Activities : [email protected]
Tour & Travel Groups, Group Sales : [email protected]
Wedding Sales: s[email protected]

The Team

Operations Manager – Bethany Melson –  [email protected]
Wedding Sales  –  [email protected]
Dining Room Manager – Constance Matcan – [email protected]
Sales Manager – Sara Offutt – [email protected]
Executive Chef – Austin Brown – [email protected]
Head of Horse Operations – Marce Hoffman – [email protected]
Maintenance Manager – Tim Bush – [email protected]
Executive Housekeeper – Jake Gilmore – [email protected]
Front Office Supervisor – Cyndi Ball – [email protected]

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Employee Favorites

A good float on the Upper Madison river to fly fish, float the lower Madison River on a tube, cool off by jumping off the Green Bridge, or hike Lava Lake and look for huckleberries.

That we all share a love for Montana, we get to be apart of the history that has such deep American roots, and that this team embodies the saying; “family isn’t always blood”.

Eat Dave’s Sushi, shop main street, visit the Museum of the Rockies (their founder was a previous owner of 320 Guest Ranch), hike up to the “M”, Check out The Sweet Pea Festival.

Lotus Pad, they have fun, fresh, delicious cocktails. Riverhouse BBQ, they have amazing views and a fun environment, everyone wants to go there! Mcgill’s, because it’s the best!

Lamar Valley, unanimously, Biscuit Basin because of its diverse set of geothermal features, and fishing on any of the rivers as you will fish among bison and with hot springs steaming in the background.

McGill’s for all the classic Montana Wild Game options and their focus on supporting local, Mi Pueblito Taco Bus in Big Sky, and Lone Mountain Ranch.

The hike to Ramshorn Lake, behind the ranch, at the Buffalo Horn Creek trailhead, Deer Creek (it’s a long one but you can catch Grayling in the lake!), Albine Lake, because of the gorgeous views of the Taylor Hilard Mountains, The Sunken Forest, and Wilson’s Draw, its right on ranch with a 5 mile loop, great climbs and wildflowers.

“Day Camp” at Hebgen Lake and BBQ, take in great views and go for a swim, you can also rent boats and paddleboards. The loop from Virginia City up to Norris and back to the ranch through four corners. Hiking as a day trip, hike up to one of the numerous alpine lakes, camp overnight, hike back early to get home and have the rest of the day to relax. Paradise Valley, numerous hiking, fishing, and hot spring adventures await!