The Bitterroot Valley of western Montana is the place to recharge your batteries, take in the scenery and come up with your own definition of what a destination vacation really means. One place to do just that is the luxurious, supremely quiet and comfy Bear Creek Lodge, 45 minutes south of Missoula near the Selway-Bitterroot Wilderness.
A mountain hideaway nestled in a blanket of pine trees at the edge of the Selway-Bitterroot Wilderness, providing a civilized approach to a wilderness experience. The exquisite lodge was constructed in 1991 with massive logs harvested near Yellowstone Park after the forest fires of 1988. Each of its’ 8 guest rooms is appointed with comfortable beds, antique furnishings, a private bathroom, and a door that opens onto the forest.