Skijoring is a winter sport where a person on skis is pulled by a horseback rider. It is derived from the Norwegian word meaning “ski driving.” Originally a means of Siberian and Nordic winter transportation, equestrian skijoring has evolved into a competitive sport in Montana. Skiers are drawn by mounted horses through snowy meadows and along forest trails creating an experience that merges snow skiing with the feel of water skiing. The Triple Creek Ranch version focuses more on fun than competition with the experience tailored to each guest’s skill level.
Head to the Rider’s Roost to pick out your ride, then relive your childhood racing down a snowy slope!
Using an ice auger, one of our staff will help drill a hole for an old-fashioned fishing experience. Fishing gear is available from our Activity Coordinators. Keep warm with hot chocolate or hot apple cider while luring those trout to the surface and catching dinner.
A peaceful meander through the snow-silent forest, enjoy Snowshoeing along a Bitterroot National Forest trail directly from our ranch. Snowshoe trails can also be found at nearby Chief Joseph Pass. Our Activity Coordinators will be happy to fit you with the proper equipment for your adventure.