Lone Mountain Ranch: Rates

Located in Big Sky, Montana, United States

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When you reserve your space through National Geographic Unique Lodges of the World, you'll receive the best rates available and be treated to a complimentary National Geographic Exclusive—a special experience designed to enrich your stay and connect you more deeply with the place you're visiting.


Every fall, the meadows and forests surrounding Yellowstone erupt with the sound of elks bellowing and sparring. The annual rutting season is the most dramatic time of the year for elks, as males fight to guard their harems. Join National Geographic experts and local naturalists at Lone Mountain Ranch this fall for a close-up look at this exciting natural phenomenon, and encounter the wildlife of Yellowstone on hikes, horseback rides, and helicopter tours. Click here for details


  • All-inclusive package rates are per person, per night.
  • Lone Mountain Ranch is closed between April 4 - May 19, 2018 for individual travelers, however open for group buyouts.
  • Lone Mountain Ranch is closed October 17 through December 18.
  • A typical summer stay at Lone Mountain Ranch is 7 nights, Sunday to Sunday. Shorter stays can be accommodated based on availability.
  • Bed and Breakfast rates are available upon request.
  • Between May 19 - June 3, the lodge only offers Bed and Breakfast packages and limited activities. During this time, guests can arrive any day of the week, and there is no minimum length of stay.
  Max Occ • Aug 20-Sep 9
• Sep 24-Oct 15
• July 9-22
• July 30-Aug 19
• Sep 10-23
• July 23-29 - Big Sky PBR Rodeo
Traditional Cabin 4 $2,250 $2,500 $2,750
Premium Cabins 2 $1,125-1,215 $1,250-1,350 $1,375-1,485
Premium Cabins 3 $1,800-1,890 $2,000-2,100 $2,200-2,310
Premium Cabins 4 $2,340-2,475 $2,600-2,750 $2,860-3,025
Premium Cabins 5 $2,970-3,150 $3,300-3,500 $3,630-3,850
Hilltop Premium Cabin 6 $3,600 $4,000 $4,400
Ridgetop Lodge 12 $6,750 $7,500 $8,250


  • National Geographic Exclusive: Summertime guests will get an inside look at efforts to conserve the ecosystem during a walk with a lodge naturalist, followed by a picnic on the banks of the Gallatin River. During the rest of the year, guests will join a lodge historian to hear about the ranch’s early days, and then enjoy a private chef’s dinner.
  • Ground transfers between the lodge and Bozeman Yellowstone International Airport with most packages
  • Breakfast, lunch, and dinner with all-inclusive packages
  • A variety of guided excursions and activities on and around the property
  • Evening entertainment

Not Included

  • Optional guided excursions
  • A gratuity equal to 15% and taxes of 4.75% will be added to your bill

Child Policy

  • Children of all ages are welcome at the lodge.
  • Children under the age of 4 are complimentary.

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