The Nine Quarter Circle Ranch – is a Montana dude ranch where your family can rough it in comfort. This is the perfect dude ranch for family vacations, overlooking the northwest corner of Yellowstone Park on the eastern slope of the Continental Divide. Located on the Taylor Fork of the Gallatin River, the family-oriented ranch vacation offers horses to take you on daily rides and fish waiting for your flies to bring them to the surface. You will have so much fun, you will not want to return home. Come enjoy our secluded mountain location at 7,000 feet surrounded by millions of acres of National Forest and the Taylor-Hilgard Wilderness right down the road from our first national park, Yellowstone. Our outdoor ranches provide a mixed assortment of riding and a select variety of unspoiled trout waters. It is nestled amongst lodge pole pines overlooking the northwest corner of Yellowstone Park on the eastern slope of the Continental Divide. The ranch’s history dates back to the 1800s, when it was first homesteaded. The Indians once ran with elk herds here, Jim Bridger rode after
buffalo, and Chief Joseph passed through here on his retreat to Canada. The stagecoach lurches no more over the rocky trails, the hunter is gone with his long Bowie knife, but nature’s wilderness still remains. Come, join us at our Montana outdoor ranches and live like a cowboy.