Cowgirl Spring Roundup

Featuring Honorees of the National Cowgirl Museum and Hall of Fame

April 21–24, 2022

This spring, the cowgirls are coming—and you’re invited along for the ride. Bring your inner cowgirl to life alongside some amazing Cowgirl Hall of Famers. You’ll spend your days brushing up on your horsewomanship and other key ranch skills with scenic trail rides, enlightening demonstrations and interactive workshops. And at night, you’ll relive your adventures as you shoot the breeze around a roaring campfire. It will all be peppered with exceptional chef-prepared cuisine. Trust the women who come year after year for this cowgirl experience: exhaustion never felt so good. Thankfully, your accommodations will be nothing short of luxurious.

Event Inclusions

  • Three nights of accommodations in a Wilderness Estate
  • All daily meals, nonalcoholic beverages and a selection of beer, wine and well liquors
  • Workshops with the honorees of the Cowgirl Museum and Hall of Fame
  • Round-trip transportation service from/to Missoula International Airport and all on-property transportation
  • One trail ride and one cattle drive experience, plus your choice of additional wilderness adventures or spa services*
*fee required for additional wilderness adventures or spa services.
Additional equestrian adventures not available during the event.

Cowgirl Spring Roundup Event Offer

Special Offer

April 21–24, 2022
Inclusive rates starting at
$2,000 per person *

Call 800-473-0601 or chat with us for more information or to book this package.
Based on one adult staying in a Wilderness Estate suite. Valid with a 3-night minimum stay. Arrival April 21; departure April 24. Space is limited to the first 60 women who register (18 and older). Rate does not include taxes and fees.

Paws Up has the magic of a ‘Western Versailles’ in God’s country. Its world of horses serves as a backdrop for the inspired camaraderie that develops between women of determination and distinction.

Deborah Fellows, National Cowgirl Museum and Hall of Fame Honoree

Many honorees are artists, writers and women who have broken through the glass ceiling of their profession. It’s about the entire cowgirl spirit. Spirit can be transferred to anything a woman does—from working on Wall Street to managing a business to being chief executive of your household. It is a passion to be the best person you can be and to overcome any obstacle that comes your way. I say this every year because I can’t find another way of saying it—an event like the Cowgirl Spring Roundup elevates and renews its participants.

Nadine Lipson, Owner, The Resort at Paws Up

It is such a special time and wonderful experience to see all these women enjoying moving cattle, roping in the arena and photographing the horses, cattle and gorgeous scenery. The food is terrific, and the camaraderie and friendships formed last long after the workshop ends.

Barbara Van Cleve, National Cowgirl Museum and Hall of Fame Honoree


Watch: Cowgirl Spring Roundup (01:35)