Phillipsburg, MT – Reported by Elite Traveler, the private jet lifestyle magazine
This winter, The Ranch at Rock Creek invites guests to experience Glacier or Yellowstone National Park by air with its National Park Heli-Tour Package. Montana’s newest luxury guest ranch, The Ranch at Rock Creek is situated on 6,600 picturesque acres of rugged wilderness, offering unparalleled luxury in an authentic Ranch experience beneath the big Montana sky.
The Ranch at Rock Creek’s National Park Heli-Tour Package is valid through April 3, 2011 and features a Glacier National Park or Yellowstone National Park helicopter tour, four all-inclusive nights in any accommodation category, and access to all winter activities, including horseback riding, horse-drawn sleigh rides, ice-skating, hockey, hiking, downhill and cross-country skiing at nearby Discovery Basin and more.
Rates are based on double occupancy and begin at $12,050 for a four-night stay, with additional nights beginning at $900 per person, per night. Not included are Spa treatments and a 10 percent Ranch fee, due upon departure.
Glacier National Park Tour
Fly high above scenic Rock Creek Canyon, the Blackfoot River Valley, Swan Valley and Bob Marshall Wilderness before reaching the 23,813-acre Hungry Horse Reservoir to arrive at Glacier National Park. Views include spectacular mountains with peaks more than 10,000 feet high, hundreds of waterfalls, and the Going-to-the Sun Road crossing the Continental Divide. Continuing on, soar along the shoreline of Flathead Lake, 12,000 acres of grizzly bear conservation zone, as well as 32,976 acres of Rattlesnake Wilderness and the peaks of the Mission Mountain Wilderness, home to Sunrise and McDonald Peak glaciers.
Yellowstone National Park Tour
Fly through Georgetown Lake, the Anaconda Pintler Wilderness and the Continental Divide before continuing along the winding Big Hole and Ruby rivers for a sky-high view of Virginia City and the Madison River Valley leading to Earthquake Lake and Yellowstone National Park. Cruise over Yellowstone Lake, Canyon Village, and Artist Point, a dramatic spot to view Yellowstone Falls, before traveling southwest for skyward views of Old Faithful and the Biscuit Basin.