Fly fishing is one of the top fall activities at Nine Quarter Circle Ranch. The run-off from early season snow melt has subsided, leaving the waters calm and peaceful – perfect for catching trout! Nine Quarter Circle is close to Montana’s famous Gallatin and Madison Rivers, and several streams and ponds are on our property.Read MORE
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Fall Fly Fishing in Montana
Four Unique Fall Dude Ranch Vacations in Montana
If you want to visit our Montana dude ranch once the summer crowds thin, check out our four fall specialty weeks. These weeks, outside of peak season, offer the opportunity to immerse yourself in a particular activity, or simply relax and unwind. We have 4 specialty weeks this fall (our photography week is inRead MORE
The Horses of Nine Quarter Circle: Montana Dude Ranch near Bozeman
One of the main attractions of Nine Quarter Circle Ranch is our incredible horses. Have you ever wondered what happens to the horses of Nine Quarter Circle during the winter? While our horses stay outside year round, we do move them to lower elevation during our harsh winters. Watch our video below to learn moreRead MORE
Yellowstone Wolves in the Winter: What to watch for, That you can see
When the temperatures drop, the 9 Quarter Circle Montana Dude Ranch shuts down for the season. But that doesn’t mean the wolves in the area stop doing what they do best: howling, prowling, stalking, and hunting. Ever since wolves were reintroduced into the Yellowstone National Park ecosystem approximately 20 years ago, they have grownRead MORE
Winter Wildlife in Yellowstone: Just because we’re closed doesn’t mean Yellowstone animals slow down!
Visitors to our Montana Dude Ranch see Yellowstone come to life in the summer with horseback riding, fishing, birdwatching, and more. But that doesn’t mean winter is any less active and beautiful! Visitors to Yellowstone in the winter months will have a whole new set of wildlife activity enjoy—IF they know what to lookRead MORE
Welcome to the Lee Metcalf Wilderness
The amazing thing about living in this part of the country is how close we are to a bunch of famous pieces of land — Big Sky, Yellowstone National Park, and the Lee Metcalf Wilderness, to name a few. Yellowstone gets most of the press around here, but today we thought we’d share a littleRead MORE