Because every life needs moments that defy description
NatGeo TV filmed part of their Episode “True Grit” in their series, Wild, Wild West here on the ranch! http://channel.nationalgeographic.com/wild/the-wild-west/galleries/true-grit/at/snowy-slopes-1217455/
http://www.sundance.tv/videos/leisure-big-ideas-for-a-small-planet-season-3-episode-10-clip . We were so excited and flattered to find that one of our favorite television channels wanted to do a documentary including Bison Quest Vacations! As luck would have it, the film crew from “Big Ideas for a Small Planet” with the Sundance Channel arrived the same day as our first major snowstorm of the year.
Pure Life Productions film crew shooting a series about eco vacations – this episode featured BisonQuest Vacations.
LA Times Travel Section listed BQ as one of the Top 10 places to indulge, saying, “An exclusive vacation mingling up-close-and-personal with buffalo should have your friends turning green.”
Rated as one of the top 10 in America’s greenest hotels 2008, NBC News Travel says, “Montana’s Bison Quest.. reconnects guests with wildlife through encounters with a buffalo herd. .. The 480-acre private ranch plans on staying small and sustainable in Big Sky country.”
ABC’s 20/20 came up in a snowstorm to interview us for one of their segments.
Holiday with kids (Austrailian family magazine) published a feature about BisonQuest stating “Want to capture the spirit of the American Wild West?”
Article in Holiday with Kids.
GEO is a family of educational monthly magazines similar to the National Geographic magazine.
Article in GEO published in France
Travel Writer, Wanda Markland and her daughter featured Bison Quest for the travel book, “American Treasures of the West”.
“The ranch was founded by wildlife biologist Pamela Knowles after she realized how disconnected most people are from the natural world. You’ll have your choice of tipi or log cabin on this private bison reserve. Since they only allow one group at a time on the ranch, you will have a customized western adventure with spa and organic bison stew options to boot. Completely wind and solar powered, there’s even a compost bin for organic waste (kept out of camp “because of potential bear problems”).” Quote from NBC News & Forbes Traveler naming BQ as one of the top 16 of “America’s Greenest Hotels”.