In The Press

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  • Meetings Today June 2016
  • O Magzine June 2016
  • Smart Meetings June 2016
  • Brides Magazine August 2015
  • Brides Magazine August 2015
  • Sunset Magazine June 2015
  • Natural Nutmeg February 2015
  • Afar Magazine January 2015
  • Elite Traveler September 2014
  • Luxury Magazine Fall 2014
  • Sky Magazine August 2014
  • Hemispheres August 2014
  • Oprah Magazine June 2014
  • Self Magazine June 2014
  • San Antonio Magazine May
  • Bridal Guide March 2014
  • Caviar Affair Winter 2014
  • Artful Living Winter 2014
  • Martha Stewart Weddings Fall 2013
  • Healthy Travel Fall 2013

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Travel Channel's "10 Glampgrounds for Families"

"Want to immerse the family in nature but not a fan of camping? That’s the beauty of glamping, the happy hybrid of camping with glamour. You sleep under the stars, but you don’t have to haul the gear – and everyone gets a good night's sleep. From streamlined simplicity to high luxury, these are the top spots for family glamping [...]" Full article "5 riverside getaways for active families"

"Fall asleep inside your luxury tent on the banks of Montana's famed Blackfoot River, popularized by the film, A River Runs Through It. Have coffee and hot cocoa delivered to your swank canvas quarters by your camp butler, or join other guests in the dining pavilion for a cooked-to-order breakfast. As a Paws Up guest [...]" Full article

Viva Lifestyle and Travel's "Luxury Gone Wild: Glamping Across North America"

"When you think of a luxurious getaway, restricted showers and waking up in a damp tent are probably not the first thoughts that come to mind. However, with camping such an essential part of a well-rounded summer, it’s almost inevitable. Luckily, a weekend getaway in the mountains doesn’t always need [...]" Full article

JetSetter's "America's Best All-Inclusive Resorts"

"Even the sullenest of teenagers will find it impossible to get bored at this 37,000-acre dude ranch. Sign up for an archery lesson, go for horseback rides, learn outdoor survival skills, or try your hand at fly-fishing à la Brad Pitt in A River Runs Through It. For a splurge, book a luxury tent [...]" Full article "Montana cattle drive welcomes city slickers"

"Forest fires elsewhere in the state have turned the air as smoky as a poolroom. Everyone at the wilderness resort I’m visiting can be heard singing the blues about the compromised view. But not me. Poor air quality means my horse Legs (so named for his height) won’t be allowed to gallop or hardly even trot during the cattle drive [...]" Full article

FoxNews Travel "Where rich people learn how to survive the apocalypse"

"Blame the Bible. Blame Hollywood: (We're looking at you "X-Men: Apocalypse.") And, of course, blame the hit series "The Walking Dead." Or skip the blaming altogether and begin to prepare for the apocalypse. When that dark day comes, the wealthier among us — with their white-collar, dirt-free lifestyles—will be at the biggest disadvantage.[...]" Full article

Writing Horseback's "Montana Grillers Cowboy Up at Paws Up"

"What do you get when you bring together several Texas chefs with Montana cowboys and cowgirls? Happy horsemen and women! You, too, can be a happy horseman if you pack your cowboy boots and blue jeans and mossy on over to The Resort at Paws Up, a luxury Montana resort near Missoula. The luxurious equestrian hideaway is home to fly fishing, fine dining, river rafting [...]" Full article

Healthy Travel Mag's “New Culinary and Adventure at Paws Up”

“It’s the year of food and family at The Resort at Paws Up, Montana’s luxury ranch resort and the birthplace of glamping. This year Paws Up welcomes a brand-new culinary education program, an expanded adventure activities roster and special offers for families looking to reconnect and rejuvenate amidst 37,000 acres of beautiful Montana wilderness [...]” Full article “4 Unique Kid-Friendly Ideas for Family Travel”

“When trying to keep kids in mind for travel plans, it's hard to not gravitate toward the Disney Lands and Hershey Parks of the world. So that's why we picked four of our favorite, unexpected destinations to take advantage of—from weeklong barge cruises to canopy stays in the jungle—that will make you and your kids as equally happy as can be [...]” Full article “The 5 Best Resorts In America”

“Overall Rating: 96.731. Set on a working cattle ranch in Western Montana, the Resort at Paws Up promises an up-close-and-personal adventure with nature without sacrificing elegance and comfort. Accommodations range from two-story pine cabins fitted with outdoor hot tubs to the secluded Blackfoot River Lodge, perfect for family getaways. In the summer, guests can glamp inside luxe safari-style tents pitched along the Blackfoot [...]” Full article “Luxe Lavs: Can’t-Miss Glamping Sites Around the World”

“Glamping or “glamorous camping” has caught on like wildfire, pairing the intimacy of camping with luxury travel.[…][At Paws Up] you can tire out on horseback, with a fishing rod, or hiking in the mountains, then head back to tented accommodations for relaxation. Paws Up has five camps with six tents each and feature en-suite bathrooms with heated granite-tiled floors and showers, thick bath towels and robes […]” Full article

Fodor's Travel "10 Best Luxury Hotels to Visit in the Off-Season"

The activity-focused Resort at Paw’s Up is open this season December 21–January 22, when it turns into a winter wonderland, complete with sleigh rides, cross-country skiing, tubing, dogsledding, and snowmobiling. Guests stay in luxurious cabins with beautifully decorated Christmas trees and private hot tubs and dine on world-class, seasonal food. Full article

Martha Stewart Weddings "Jamie and Ryan's Glamping-Style Montana Wedding"

“Ryan was traveling for work. I did not expect him until late in the evening, so I took my time leaving the office and arrived home to a romantic scene,” Jamie recalls. “I’ve never been robbed before, but I suspect thieves don’t leave rose petals and candles upon departure. Either I was getting engaged or Chicago had lost its edge... She became even happier on May 17, 2014, when she became Ryan’s wife. The wedding weekend at the Resort at Paws Up in Greenough, Montana, was full of rustic but elegant charm (it’s a top “glamping” spot, after all). Full article

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