by Sarah J.F. Braley | September 10, 2014
The public rooms and 58 cabins at the 320 Guest Ranch in Big Sky, Mont., have been renovated, adding more authentic western touches. The cabins' exteriors have been preserved and restained, and the interiors have been refurnished. New headboards custom-made by a local craftsman were installed, as were flat-screen TVs. With sustainability in mind, the property has partnered with Clean the World to recycle all partially used soaps and shampoos, and a new greenhouse is being built to grow produce for the 320 Steak House. A conference and event center opened in 2013 with almost 10,000 square feet of meeting space. The working ranch was built in 1898 and began taking guests in 1905.