GREENOUGH, Mont., Sept. 19, 2018 /PRNewswire/ -- Fall is officially upon The Resort at Paws Up, Montana's premier luxury ranch resort set on 37,000 acres of sprawling landscapes, and the family-owned property is already heating up its fireplaces for the holiday season. With legendary events from Thanksgiving and Hanukkah to Christmas through New Year's Eve, it's the perfect setting for celebrating all the classic holiday traditions—without the hassle of hosting.
Touchdown in Montana for a Thanksgiving Feast.
Bountiful feasts are no strangers to Paws Up, and Thanksgiving is surely no exception. This November 21–25, Paws Up invites families to escape their crowded kitchens and take advantage of the Resort's Thanksgiving Weekend Package. While eagerly awaiting a mouthwatering Thanksgiving meal prepared by Executive Chef Sunny Jin and award-winning Chicago Chef Charlie McKenna, families can enjoy an array of crowd-pleasing activities, including hayrides, ATV tours, a petting zoo, laser tag and touch football. After building up their appetites, families will feast either in the festive fine dining restaurant, Pomp, or in the intimate dining room of their luxury vacation home, all before satisfying their sweet tooth with fireside s'mores. The package includes all the 5-star amenities for which The Resort is well-known, from spacious accommodations to plush linens and roaring fireplaces.
Bring your Dreidel—and Your Appetite.
Spend Hanukkah with Paws Up this year and you'll be rewarded with a delicious celebration. James Beard Award semifinalist Chef Jenn Louis will be headlining the festivities held December 6–10. There will be plenty of ways to work up an appetite with tubing and wagon rides, plus kid-friendly fun, and guests are invited to try their hand at traditional Jewish dishes and desserts with Chef Louis in a variety of cooking workshops. The package includes all meals, airport transfers, welcome amenity and a $200 activity credit per person per day.
Celebrate Christmas in a Winter Wonderland.
Paws Up's Christmas celebration is worthy of the top line on any letter to Santa. This December 23–26, The Resort invites travelers to indulge in gourmet cuisine, winter adventures and buckets of holiday cheer with Paws Up's Christmas Package. Featuring sleigh rides, a gingerbread house-building contest, snowmobile tours, skijoring and myriad other iconic winter activities, the package includes a 5-night stay, a $200 activity credit per person per day, a visit from Santa (delivering gifts directly to your home), a decorated Christmas tree (or if you prefer, all the supplies to decorate your own) and a Christmas Eve party just for the kids.
Ring in 2019 with Earth, Wind and Fire Dancers.
Paws Up's winter wonderland is the perfect, snowy backdrop for any big celebration, and December 29–January 1, The Resort's New Year's Package offers guests a unique way to toast to 2019 in the great outdoors. On New Year's Eve, guests will clink glasses filled with Champagne, sit down to an elegant five-course meal, watch a stunning fireworks display and be captivated by a troupe of fire dancers. Package rates include a three-night stay, all daily meals, live entertainment and a $200 activity credit per person per day.
Inclusive rates for Thanksgiving, Hanukkah, Christmas and New Year's are based on accommodations for two adults and two children. All taxes and gratuities, airport transfers from Missoula International Airport and on-property transportation.
About The Resort at Paws Up
The Resort at Paws Up combines luxury with unforgettable adventure on 37,000 acres of untamed Montana wilderness. Paws Up offers accommodations for a maximum of 225 guests in 36 safari-style tents (seasonally) and 28 vacation homes, ranging from the two-bedroom Meadow Homes and three-bedroom Wilderness Estates to the charming four-bedroom Morris Ranch House. The Resort is located in the heart of the Blackfoot Valley in western Montana, just 35 miles from Missoula International Airport. Travelers can access Missoula via flights from Chicago, Dallas, Denver, Las Vegas, Los Angeles, Minneapolis, Phoenix, Salt Lake City, San Francisco and Seattle.
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