Enjoy a Cave Tour, Museum Tour + Dinner
New for this year, Blacktail Ranch + Lodge is offering guided history tours to the public. Located on our ranch is a cave that dates back to the last ice age. As part of the afternoon tour, we’ll explore the cave and tour the on-site museum which houses artifacts from both the cave and the early days of Montana, followed by an incredible dinner in the lodge. The historical tour offerings start at 1 p.m. and conclude around 8 p.m. BYOB.
Available dates: June 9, June 11, June 16, June 18, June 23, June 25, June 30, July 2, July 7, July 9, July 14, July 16, July 21, July 23, July 28, August 6, August 11, August 13, August 18, August 20, August 25 and August 27.
Cost: $195/adult; $155/child (under 12)
To reserve your tour, call us at 406-235-4330 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
One-Day Yoga Retreat: June 17
Come relax and unwind in the mountains of Montana at our Yin and Yang one-day yoga retreat, which will take place at the ranch on Saturday, June 17. Featuring local yoga instructor Marissa Krupa, the retreat will emphasize building energy and maintaining it through relaxation and inner focus. We will engage in an energizing yoga class with Pilates emphasis and partner poses, with the goal to tone, strengthen and stretch. A mid morning snack will be provided, coffee, tea and water will be available throughout the day. From here, we’ll go into a meditation session and carry that silence into a nourishing lunch, with free time for reflection. A yin yoga class – which is a gentle class where yoga poses are held for longer periods of time – will kick off the afternoon. We’ll round out the day with a final meditation session and a dharma talk. The retreat starts at 8:30 a.m. and concludes at 4:30 p.m.
Come spend the day with us and find inner and outer balance at our ranch, located in the heart of Montana’s Rocky Mountains.
Cost: $195/person (includes all sessions, mid morning snack, coffee, tea, water and lunch)
Marissa Krupa, RYT-200, began practicing Iyengar yoga 20 years ago while living in San Francisco to help solve chronic back pain. She discovered the meditation-like flow of yoga also helped with anxiety and overall well-being. After practicing in the Iyengar style, including the Thai Forest School of Buddhist meditation, for 10 years, Marissa received her 200-hour yoga teaching certification from Suddha Weixler at Chicago Yoga Center. While she learned many yoga styles through the program, her emphasis still is Iyengar & Ashtanga yoga modalities. When not practicing yoga, Marissa is backcountry skiing, rock climbing, hiking, paddleboarding or simply cuddling with her two doggies, Nixie and Annie GetYourGun. It is Marissa’s deep honor to serve the Rocky Mountain Front communities.
Reserve your spot: email email@example.com or call 406-235-4330.