West Yellowstone, MT (PRWEB) June 9, 2008
Escape to Montana's historic Firehole Ranch for an intimate fly fishing retreat; perfect for couples looking to reconnect with one another and nature while practicing the sport they love. With a romantic location, nestled on the shore of Hebgen Lake, just outside Yellowstone National Park, the Firehole Ranch offers an unmatched variety of blue ribbon trout waters; mythical rivers like the Madison, Yellowstone, Henry's Fork, Gallatin, Ruby and many more. Since 1947, the Firehole Ranch has provided a unique opportunity to escape the rigors of the modern world and experience fly fishing as it was intended.
Catering to an exclusive 20 guests a week, with cozy, private cabins, spectacular scenery and gourmet Western cuisine the Firehole Ranch is the ideal retreat for couples who fly fish or are interested in introducing the one they love to this magical sport. This is the kind of classic fly fishing lodge that Isabel Lincoln, granddaughter of John D. Rockefeller used to frequent. Its casual elegance, historic Western architecture, and warm, friendly environment are reminiscent of the luxuries expected by those early guests. They are the same amenities that continue to draw couples looking for a quiet escape and a chance to share their love of fly fishing. Winner of the coveted "Lodge of the Year" Orvis award in 1996, and an Orvis endorsed Lodge since 1986, the Firehole Ranch was selected as one of the top 20 luxury fly-fishing lodges in the world in The World's Great Luxury Fishing Resorts.
Whether new to the sport or a water-worn veteran, the Firehole Ranch's seasoned guides will encourage, challenge, and ensure a memorable experience on the water. This season the Firehole Ranch makes it even easier for couples to explore fly fishing together with a special offer:
One free day of fishing for a four night stay, and two free days of fishing for a week's stay.
Evening sets in and the Ranch takes on a whole new aura. After a memorable day fishing it's time to unwind with a cocktail while the Montana twilight provides a spectacular backdrop of golden- purple hues bouncing off the lake, highlighting the rugged snow-capped peaks of the Madison range. Be prepared to be spoiled with one of Master Chefs Bruno and Kris Georgeton's unique gourmet Western creations featuring local fare, homemade baked goods, and exquisite desserts. Our in-house Sommelier will ensure the accompanying wine selection will titillate the palate and masterfully complement the gourmet meal. Afterwards, step outside and look up at the big Montana sky for the evening encore.
The intimate nature of the experience at the Firehole Ranch means a very loyal clientele; over 70% of their guests return each year for the world class trout fishing, classic Western lodging, and warm, friendly environment. "We take great pride in the close relationship we develop with our guests and in providing a unique opportunity for them to reconnect with themselves and the natural world," says Lynda Caine, owner.
Please be sure to check as soon as possible for availability and visit us at http://www.fireholeranch.com for information about this year's historic "Women's Week," August 3-7 -- a great gift for the important woman in your life.
For additional information that is the subject of this release, contact: Lynda Caine, Owner, or Alicia White, Guest Manager at 406-646-7294, or visit http://www.fireholeranch.com.
About Firehole Ranch:
The Firehole Ranch is a rare place in today's fast-paced world. It seems to exist to teach a lesson about life, fly fishing and what is truly important. This is what Lynda Caine, owner, saw when in 1999 she saved the historic "Watkins Creek Ranch" from being subdivided into 20-acre ranchettes. Over the years, spending summers on the lake and eventually purchasing her own nearby land, Lynda developed a love for this special place. She realized it must be preserved to continue to pass on its lesson to future generations. Caine takes great satisfaction in seeing her guests become centered again as they reconnect with themselves and the natural world around them. With a keen understanding of the symbiotic relationship of the ranch and the land around it, Caine practices good stewardship and sustainable practices. Her efforts to preserve the place, the structures, and the experience have resulted in the Firehole Ranch being listed in the National Register of Historic Places.
Alicia White, Guest Manager
Lynda Caine, Owner
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