Grey Cliffs Ranch

Three Forks, MT

Welcome to Grey Cliffs Ranch

At 4,500 feet in elevation, the 5,200-acre Grey Cliffs Ranch is situated on a varied landscape, featuring rolling hills, grasslands, rangelands, and stunning mountain peaks in the backdrop. 

What started off as a cattle ranch when the property was purchased in 2005 has been restored over time with the goal of integrating it with a more native landscape. The Grey Cliffs restoration project has included planting thousands of acres of grasslands and trees, creating wetland protection with fences to protect springs from livestock, and reviving wildlife habitats, including a variety of birds and wild game. 

Organic Yummy in Your Tummy

A ¼-acre organic garden provides home-grown produce and fresh-cut flowers, and gourmet lunch and dinner menus often include ranch-raised chicken and fresh eggs, along with fresh honey from the onsite beehive colony.

Why We Love It Here

Overlooking trout-filled ponds, rolling hills, and mountain peaks, the 8,000 square-foot post-and-beam-style lodge is luxurious and spacious, yet intimate and comfortable. Expansive windows line the south facing, wood accented great room where you can enjoy a roaring fire and panoramic views. A grand deck off the main floor includes an ideal setting for outdoor dining and covered patios, with a hot tub below for soaking and stargazing.

Wake to a full breakfast made with Grey Cliffs Ranch eggs, served with gourmet coffee, teas, and espresso. Gourmet lunch and dinner are prepared by the resident chef, utilizing the freshest local ingredients and accommodating any special dietary needs.

The lodge features four one-bedroom guest suites, along with one two-room suite. Each is well appointed, with magnificent views, private baths, and exquisite décor collected from around the world. The one-room suites also include French doors opening to an outdoor patio for fresh mountain air and a front-row seat to the nature beyond.

Keep an eye out for deer and elk, along with bald and golden eagles, and a variety of upland birds including wild sharp tailed grouses, Hungarian partridges, pheasants, and Chukar partridges.