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Things to do during "cabin time" in Sula
These Bitterroot cabins and rentals in Sula, MT are near Butte, surrounded by the Bitterroot National Forest and Bitterroot River. Ready to soak in the pristine Bitterroot National Forest? This is a vacation destination unlike anywhere else. Sula, MT cabins, lodges, resorts and ranches all offer jaw-dropping mountain and river views. Take in the fresh air and beauty of this secluded, small town with a 1.6-million-acre backyard. Tall mountains, bustling wildlife and pristine lakes make this area a photographer’s dream. Wash your stress away in the clear streams as you vacation in comfort. Hike over 1,600 miles of premiere nature trails through the forest or pack a picnic and relax in one of the most scenic places in the U.S. Sula is located on the Lewis and Clark Trail, a historic learning opportunity for the entire family. Whatever you choose to do with your Sula cabin time, your stay in these vacation rentals will be unforgettable.
Nearby cold water lakes and streams provide the perfect habitat for healthy trout populations. Rainbow, brook and brown trout can wind up on the end of your line when you test your luck on the Bitterroot River, where in some parts, the Montana Fisheries Department counted nearly 1,700 trout per mile. Take the family on a scenic float trip down the river with Bitterroot Rafting Adventures. Try their guided fishing trips for a flexible and friendly day on the water. Wander the Bitterroot valley with adventure horseback rides at the CB Ranch. The ranch has 26,000 acres of breathtaking mountainous terrain for you to explore.
Take a short drive north and find great shops and restaurants in Hamilton. Grab a growler at the Bitterroot Brewery, also a Hamilton favorite for tasty burgers and beer. Take a break from gilling on the cabin deck and take your taste buds around the world with Mexican, French and Chinese dining options in town. If you’re in Hamilton in late July, stop by Daly Days for live music, great food and games that celebrate the town’s founder. In Darby, the Strawberry Festival in mid-July draws in visitors looking for legendary strawberries and ice cream. After a full day of excitement all across the Bitterroot Valley, head back for a peaceful night in your Sula cabin or cottage. On a full moon between June and October, join park rangers and hike popular trails under the light of the moon in the Bitterroot National Forest. These “Moon Walks” start at 7 PM and are an hour and a half long.
Make sure you talk to rental owners about the many Sula seasonal things to do. Compare Sula lodging, cabins and ranches here, then book directly with owners or local managers and skip those middleman booking website traveler fees.