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9 04, 2021

6 New Reasons To Put 320 Ranch On Your Summer ’21 Itinerary

2021-04-15T17:23:41+00:00320 Guest Ranch Blog, 320 Guest Ranch History, 320 lodging, 320 Ranch Cafe, 320 Ranch Sleigh Rides, Caroline McGill, Montana, Pioneers, Spring Season Activities, Summer Season Activities|

What with 320 Ranch already being Gallatin Gateway’s heart of horseback riding, and the focal point of fly fishing, you may be doubting that we could throw 6 moreactivities into our summer mix.  But alas, we’ve done it!  And, here are the “deets” on what’s new in this little neck of Montana’s woods this summer:   Mountain Medicine Workshops The best medicine…is nature’s medicine. And, we’re not alone in thinking that; Dr. Caroline McGill, founder of 320 Ranch and Montana’s first female doctor/pathologist, bought 320 to be used by her patients and friends as a mental and physical retreat. Our hope is [...]

8 01, 2021

Three Reasons for Visiting 320 Ranch in the New Year

2021-01-08T16:12:44+00:00320 Guest Ranch Blog, 320 Guest Ranch History, 320 lodging, 320 Ranch Sleigh Rides, McGills Restaurant & Saloon, Montana homesteading|

Happy New Year everyone!  We really wanted to give you 320 reasons to visit 320 Guest Ranch this year.  However, we decided that could end up being problematic for everyone in terms of time consumption.  So, being that three’s a lucky number, we picked out these three reasons why we think 320 Ranch ought definitely be in your 2021 travel plans: An Escape to Simpler Times There are a few reasons why small towns cause big city visitors to feel as if, all of a sudden, life got a whole lot simpler.  This is especially the case in southwest Montana.  [...]

18 12, 2020

A Horse-Story in the Making

2020-12-18T19:41:00+00:00320 Guest Ranch Blog, 320 Guest Ranch History, 320 Ranch Sleigh Rides, Draft Horses, Percherons|

Being that it’s the season for sleigh rides at 320 Ranch, we thought we’d write up a little something about our Draft Horses.  After all, without them, there would be no sleigh rides! So, credit must be given where credit is due.  Lesser known than their Clydesdale cousins (most often referred to as the “Budweiser Horses”), our hearty horses are Percherons, a sub-breed of the Draft Horse family. This French breed is a rather mysterious one in terms of its origin.  According to the International Museum of the Horse, the French kept scant records of this breed’s history.  With the exception of [...]

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