The Resort at Paws Up to Debut Fifth Luxury Camp

Outdoor enthusiasts, who crave a touch of luxe, will love this: The Resort at Paws Up in Montana is gearing up debut its fifth (and we hear most extravagant) camp on June 1: Cliffside Camp. 

The camp sits on a cliff that overlooks the Blackfoot River and has one of the best views over the 37,000-acre ranch. The camp will have a dining facility, lounge and six safari-style luxury tent accommodations that range from 605 to 977 square feet. We hear four of the six tents will feature two bedrooms - so bring the whole family along. The last two are one bedrooms and are great for intimate getaways.

Keeping true to luxury and privacy, each tent will have an ensuite bathroom with double sinks, heated slate flooring and large, glass-enclosed showers. 

Guests have the option of heading to The Village to try the onsite restaurants, but if dining at the camp is more your speed, the camp will have a private chef to whip up meals, while a camp butler attends to the finer needs. 

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