John Steinbeck frequently proclaimed his love for Big Sky Country, and who are we to disagree? Montana and Wyoming are home to soaring mountains, sprawling plains, America's first (and many would argue best) national park and, yes, some very, very big skies. The best way to see this region (and arguably the best way to see the whole of this magnificent country) is on an All-American road trip, hitting the open road with Springsteen on the stereo. Driving between national parks, luxury ranches and mountain ranges, stopping off in one horse towns to eat cheeseburgers for lunch and stock up on Stetsons
and cowboy boots makes for an excellent holiday, especially for families. Speaking of cowboys and ranches, we're in the know on the best for horsey and non-horsey types alike, and can arrange the perfect multi-generational family trip – we're yet to meet a grandparent-grandchild double act who didn't love spending a day fishing on a private lake before eating their catch under the stars – or super romantic honeymoon – star-lit wagon rides and spa treatments for two looking over epic mountain scenery, anyone? Holidays with a real sense of achievement, be it learning to lasso a bison or make burgers your own burgers the grill, are also possible and activities tend to vary depending one which ranch you go for. The spectrum goes from resort ranches – riding-focused but with activities for everyone and some seriously luxury cabins and glamping tents – to dude ranches, where the cowboy (or girl) experience is front and foremost, and stories and s'mores around the campfire are a must. It's fair to say that there are few experiences more quintessentially American.

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