Montana’s 320 Guest Ranch just announced that they’ll host the Fifth Annual Ski Joring this January 31and February 1. Families and individuals are invited to come to the ranch to watch a horse and rider team pull a skier on an action-packed course filled with curves and jumps, racing against the clock to compete for cash prizes. Ski Joring begins on Saturday, January 31at 1 pm with the finals held on Sunday, February 1at 11 am. Awards will follow the event.
The public is invited to observe Ski Joring at the 320 Guest Ranch free of charge. Saturday night after the races, a la carte dinner will be served in the 320 Ranch Steak House. Red Lodge Brewing and Headframe Distillery will be on hand for tastings.
The “Cold Hard Cash” will play in concert as part of the event and for those wishing to stay over, they’re offering special rates at the lodge.
The 360 Guest Ranch is an historic 320-acre-property situated along two miles of the famed Gallatin River. Begun in 1898, the 320 Guest Ranch offers 87 sleeping rooms within 59 luxurious and modern cabin accommodations, log homes and mountain chalets. Many accommodations feature wood-burning fireplaces — with firewood provided.
The property also has the 320 Ranch Steak House for dining and an authentic 320 Saloon for after-hours, a great Aprés Ski for after your skiing activities on the slopes of Big Sky or Moonlight Basin.
The ranch provides facilities and concierge support services for events, social and leisure activities. Close to world-class downhill and cross country skiing at Big Sky Resort and Moonlight Basin, 320 Guest Ranch offers a full range of seasonal recreational activities, such as horseback riding, trail hiking, rafting, sightseeing, mountain climbing, fly fishing (some of the world’s best), hayrides, sleigh rides, snowmobiling, and many more.
The property is located 12 miles from Big Sky, 5 miles from the boundary of Yellowstone National Park and 52 miles from Bozeman, Montana, and the Gallatin Field Airport.
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