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Mountain Travel

Scones and Coffee in the High Country

7 high-country bakeries and coffee depots—the perfect escape from your romp in the snow.

There’s No Place Like Home Ranch For the Holidays

Holidays are truly magical in the postcard-perfect setting of this Nordic skiing paradise's postcard-perfect setting.

The Resort at Paws Up

This luxury resort located on a 37,000-acre working cattle and buffalo ranch allows guests to camp like kings.

Tahoe’s Hip New Hideaway

With its cool midcentury aesthetic, Coachman Hotel in South Lake Tahoe redefines the 1960s motor hotel.

Nevada’s Oldest Hotel Gets a Sensitive Update

Near a historic mining town, the Gold Hill Hotel gets gently polished while keeping its century-old rustic charm.

True Western Farms & Ranches

Just pack your appetite for hands-on adventure—and straight-from-the-fields food.

A Bedroom Among the Trees

In a lush Pacific Northwest forest, a treetop bed and breakfast provides idyllic aeries for travelers in search of rest and adventure.

Feast: A New Stylish Bistro in Montana

This tasty new raw bar and bistro on the south side of Bozeman offers an adventure in fusion cuisine—and design.

Luxury Romantic Outings in the West

From hot tubs to heli-skiing, Natural Retreats' travel experts share Valentine’s Day tips on how to enjoy their most romantic destinations.

5 Gorgeous Hotel Redesigns

These restored hotels enlisted some of the top designers in the West—and the world—to reimagine their interiors.

Historic Hotels of the High Country

These 8 storied places—each one lovingly restored to its original splendor—have become landmarks in some of the mountain’s most captivating towns.

Living in Luxury: The New Stein Eriksen Residences

A legendary Deer Valley lodge invites guests to stay a little longer at its lavish new slopeside development, the Stein Eriksen Residences.
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