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Ski Report

We are open for the 2022/2023 Ski Season!   All trailes were groomed Friday, December 23rd but warm temps have kept us from grooming since then.  We've had a couple inches of new snow on top of the last groom.  Due to some heavy winds we anticipate that part of our Willow Way/Anderson loop is… Learn More...


How To Get Here

Where we are: B Bar Ranch is nestled among the 10,000-foot peaks of the Gallatin mountain range in the Tom Miner Basin, which sweeps from Yellowstone National Park’s northern boundary to intersect with Montana’s fabled Paradise Valley. The ranch is located at the upper end of the Basin – nine miles up the gravel Tom… Learn More...


Weather

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Packing List

All Seasons Our cabins are equipped with robes, alarm clocks, and hair dryers. Bring a day pack, water bottle, sunglasses, sunscreen, lip balm, swimsuit for hot tub (group guests only), camera & memory cards, batteries, binoculars, any necessary medications, and chargers for your electronics. Winter Guests need to bring their own cross-country skiing equipment and… Learn More...


History

First human use of the Tom Miner Basin was by local Native American tribes as summer hunting grounds. The Absaroka (Crow) lived in a large territory bordered by the Beartooth Plateau on the south, the Yellowstone Plateau on the southwest and the Gallatin Mountain Range and Yellowstone River on the west and north. Tom Miner… Learn More...


FAQs

Where can I purchase your beef? Check us out online at bbarbeef.com.  What kind of ranch is B Bar? What do you do there? Established in 1906, the B Bar grew in the 1950s through the aggregation of many homestead properties into a substantial cattle ranch in both the Basin and the valley. In the… Learn More...


Employment

B Bar Ranch near Emigrant, Montana is nestled among the 10,000-foot peaks of the Gallatin Range in the Tom Miner Basin, which sweeps from Yellowstone National Park’s northern boundary to intersect with the fabled Paradise Valley. The ranch’s nine thousand acres of open meadows, forested hillsides, riparian areas and mountainous wildlands provide excellent habitat for… Learn More...