Property Updates & Openings in Montana


Avid equestrians Craig and Barbara Barrett are celebrating 25 years of ownership of Triple Creek Ranch, bringing their world travels and passion for Western art to their mountain retreat in Darby. Nestled in the Bitterroot Mountains, the ranch’s 25 private log cabins feature wood-burning fireplaces, wet bars and outdoor hot tubs. Immersive weekends on topics such as viticulture, bird - ing and the arts, horseback riding, fly fish - ing, skijoring and panning for sapphires are offered.


Sage Lodge, situated on more than a mile of Yellowstone riverfront, is expected to open in Emigrant this summer. The rural resort will feature 50 total guest rooms located in a 34-room lodge and four stand-alone cabins. Among the many highlights are a Montanainspired restaurant and bar complete with a wood-fired grill, and a fitness center with an outdoor workout space. Indoor and outdoor meeting and event spaces for up to 150 peo - ple are planned, including the 2,500-squarefoot event barn, three small meeting rooms, 1,800 square feet of prefunction space and a spacious lawn. Following the lodge’s grand opening, a full-service spa with several soak - ing pools is scheduled to open in late 2018. Guests and groups can sign up for all sorts of fly-fishing experiences as well as hiking, horseback riding, birding, dog sledding and snowshoeing. sage-lodge


Originally built in 1908 as a two-story store - front and converted into a theater in 1924, the Rialto has a long history of serving Bozeman. The landmark was recently transformed into a cultural hub featuring live performances, private meeting and event spaces, a beer and wine bar and state-of-the-art acoustics. Although the structure sat vacant for more than a decade, it reopened in January 2018 as a reinvented venue that includes a groundfloor Black Box theater that accommodates up to 400 and has a mezzanine level. The second floor features Burn Box, a stylish space overlooking Main Street that serves wine, beer and a rotating menu created by local chefs and food artisans. Light Box, adja - cent to Burn Box, is a gallery that showcases work from local artists and serve as addi - tional private event space for 15-150 guests.

From terraces, lawns and pavilions to decks, islands and ice bars, options are abundant and magnificent. 


Snow Bear Chalets, the world’s first ski-in/ ski-out luxury treehouses, has completed its first year of welcoming groups and individual guests at Whitefish Mountain Resort with great success. The three tree - houses, situated alongside the slopes, sleep a total of 22 guests. The three-story Cedar Chalet is ideal for a retreat, sleeping 10 and featuring four bathrooms, a living room/ kitchen/dining area that seats 20, and a spacious outdoor deck with seating for 10.


Situated 20 minutes south of Livingston and less than 35 minutes from Yellowstone National Park, the new Sage Lodge in Pray features 50 guest rooms in the form of a 34-room lodge and four 2,800-square-foot cabins that sleep up to 16. Sage Lodge’s event facility, The Barn, includes the Yellowstone Room that can host receptions for up to 190 and three smaller breakout rooms with space for up to 30 each. The Barn’s indoor-to-outdoor design allows events to spill onto the Lodge Lawn and Yellowstone Lawn.