An Escape to Paradise, Montana

Well, I did it again. I escaped on another road trip. As a gal who takes Montana adventures seriously and who spends quite a bit of time traveling around the state, I know there are a few places within easy reach of home that offer the kind of peaceful escape I was after. Knowing this, I packed a bag and made a dash to one of my favorite places: Quinn’s Hot Springs Resort.

While I’ve raved about Quinn’s in the past (you can read about it here), this trip was different…in an absolutely wonderful way. While my stay at Quinn’s was short, it was practically perfect. The accommodations were wonderful (the idea of packing the sheets in my suitcase may have crossed my mind), the food was delicious and the comfort level was superb.

The view from the St. Regis-Paradise Scenic Byway.

The view from the St. Regis-Paradise Scenic Byway.

En route to Quinn's Hot Springs Resort.

En route to Quinn’s Hot Springs Resort.

During the past several months, the resort has been adding private cabins on the bank of the Clark Fork River. And while the cabins themselves are gorgeous and comfortable, the thing I loved most about them is that each cabin is named after individuals who have played a major role in Montana’s history, including Charlie Russell, Bob Scriver, David Thompson and Jim Bridger.

The resort has been adding private cabins that sit on the banks of the Clark Fork River.

The David Thompson cabin. 

The view from the Bob Scriver cabin, named in honor of the Montana artist and sculptor.

The view from the Bob Scriver cabin, named in honor of the Montana artist and sculptor.

Looking downstream the Clark Fork River.

Looking downstream the Clark Fork River.

Truth.

Truth. 

The pools at Quinn's.

The pools at Quinn’s.

It was exactly what I needed. Where’s your favorite place to escape?

xo,
TT

4 thoughts on “An Escape to Paradise, Montana

  1. Donald Shurr

    Hello, I agree, Quinn’s is a great place. Regarding the cabin names: I knew Bob Scriver as our neighbor when I was growing up in Browning. My mother knew Bob and his family way back in the 1930’s before he became her music teacher…before he was an artist! A lot of people do not know that Bob was a world class trumpet player. We did not know that Bob would become famous! Nice article. Don

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  2. Michele C.

    Just passed thru Paradise on our way home to Oregon from Glacier NP. I was floored by the beauty and told my husband that sometime before I die I want to go back and stay there a while…it seems almost magical. Immediately googled it and found your post–thanks.

    By The Way – Montana exceeded all of my expectations! You have a truly beautiful home.

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    1. tiatroy Post author

      Michele, I’m so glad to hear that you enjoyed your time in Montana AND that you loved Paradise. It’s such a beautiful part of the world. 🙂

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