About Bear Creek Lodge.
A getaway made for Gaia.
The Bear Creek Lodge is a mountain hideaway nestled in a blanket of pine trees at the edge of the Selway-Bitterroot Wilderness, providing a civilized approach to the nature 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 suites is appointed with comfortable beds, antique furnishings, a private bathroom, and a private door that opens into to forest. Great for an executive retreat, our lodge offers the best of the wild beauty Montana is known for.
The valley is a hiker’s paradise with twenty-nine trails throughout the Bitterroot Mountains for the beginner or experienced hiker. The trails lend themselves to bird watching, photography, backpacking, nature walks and meditation.
Our staff at Bear Creek Lodge relishes the opportunity to help you create an all-inclusive corporate event destination for your company and teams. Whether you’re thinking about a unique corporate meeting space or exotic think tank, Bear Creek Lodge is an excellent choice. Talk to us about your desired meeting amenities, as we are small enough to cater to individual requests and well equipped to satisfy most professional needs.
We believe in a clear vision: to connect the modern world with nature. We hope to help others better associate with each other and themselves thanks to the transformative environment that surrounds the lodge. It’s something we take very seriously and hope you feel the same when you arrive.
Natural wonders to wander naturally
Bear Creek Lodge is located in the Bitterroot Valley of Victor, Montana, a beautiful and peaceful home to mountains, forests, and wildlife. It is a genuine and unspoiled place to relax and reconnect with nature. A number of attractions are within an hour’s drive. Visit Missoula, the “Garden City” and largest town in western Montana. Just north of Missoula is the National Bison Range, which protects one of the last remaining herds of American Buffalo. For the serious bird watcher, there are the Lee Metcalf and Otto Teller wildlife refuges.