We are an upscale guest ranch on the border of Yellowstone National Park in Montana for adults and children over the age of 12. The Hubbard family has been ranching this land for over forty years and we hope you will come enjoy this special place with us. Tom Miner Basin has spectacular mountains on either side, beautiful Tom Miner Creek running down the middle of it, and the Yellowstone River running through Paradise Valley down below. Bears, wolves, elk, deer, moose, eagles, and many more species of wildlife thrive on the ranch with our Angus cows and our herd of horses.
The lodge provides a perfect setting for enjoying these treasures. We have decks on all the buildings so everyone can sit and enjoy the views. The lodge rooms are the perfect refuge to hide away and rest for the next adventure. Our chefs will make sure you never go hungry with a fun mix of outdoor BBQ style meals and exquisite, multi course dinners in our dining room. The dining room looks over Merrell Lake so you can watch the trout rise as you enjoy your meal.
Our riding program is about a personalized experience. We try to give every group the right experience for them. Our wranglers will talk with you every evening about the next day. They will match you up with the perfect horse from our herd and find the ride that fits your experience, abilities, and what you want to do. We can trail ride for high mountain views or easy meadow rides. We can move cows to rotate pasture and look for strays. And our wranglers can instruct and help with almost anything.
A working cattle & guest ranch in the tradition of the New West.
A TRUE & AUTHENTIC RANCH EXPERIENCE
A DAY AT THE RANCH
Get away and experience the serenity of the mountains.
Pursue your own interests during the day then swap stories over a delicious dinner and a bottle of fine wine in the evening.
WHAT PEOPLE ARE SAYING
I have always wanted to experience working on a real cattle ranch. Six Quarter Circle helped me fulfill that dream, beyond expectations.
John Frazer, guest
We still enjoy talking to people so the best way to contact us is to call us. Email is great, also. Facebook works, and every once in a while we still get a good old fashioned letter!