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What Exactly Does a Camping Butler Do? We Go to Paws Up to Find Out

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  Site Where: 40060 Paws Up Road [map], Greenough, MT, United States, 59823
June 13, 2011 at 4:13 PM | by | Comments (0)

We recently moseyed up to Montana’s A River Runs Through It country to go glamping at one of our all-time fantasy hotels: Paws Up. While we were there, we checked out their newest luxury campsite, Pinnacle Camp, nestled along a bend of the Blackfoot River.

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Take the Whole Family Glamping at Paws Up Resort

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  Site Where: 40060 Paws Up Road [map], Greenough, MT, United States, 59823
July 8, 2010 at 9:25 AM | by | Comments (0)

If the family wants to hit the great outdoors and sleep under the stars, you don't have to rough it. The Resort at Paws Up will help you out with a special glamping package in honor of its fifth birthday and the opening of its third tented camp.

Obviously, this isn't just some plastic tent deal. Glamping, or glamorous camping, is all about luxury, if you can't tell from the photo above. It's so luxurious that you'll have to fork over $2,413 a night for Paws Up's all-inclusive family glamping package.

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Paws Up Resort in Montana Closes for the Winter

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  Site Where: 40060 Paws Up Road [map], Greenough, MT, United States, 59823
October 17, 2008 at 12:10 PM | by | Comments (0)

We just read on Luxist today that the luxury wilderness resort in Montana, Paws Up, will be closing for the winter and slashing 70 jobs.

Paws Up, which has been a four-season resort, plans to close for the next several months during the winter season, opening up only for the Christmas and New Year holiday period but then closing down until the snow melts around mid-April. The resort says they had a record summer but can't afford to stay open in the winter months.

This is some sad news but the resort is taking reservations for the holidays from December 21st to Jan. 2nd.

Paws Up may sound like a place to stash your dog for the weekend but it is quite the opposite. Accommodations consist of small lodges, making it the perfect place for a family getaway. Unfortunately, the winter rates were much more doable than the spring/summer which top out at around $3,460.

Of course, you can still have the hotel pitch you a luxury tent by the river for $595 a night (three meals included.)