Things to do during "cabin time" in Darby
Darby, Montana cabins and Bitterroot Mountain ranches offer the peace and quiet you’ve been craving. Cabin time in the river valley include stunning views of the Sapphire Mountains to the East and Bitterroot Mountains to the West. If you’re visit to Darby includes some recreational opportunities, the Bitterroot National Forest is ideal for hiking, biking, fishing, skiing, wildlife and nature viewing. Darby is known as the gateway to nature’s playground. Experience the Lewis and Clark Trail and hike the Continental Divide Trail. Lake Como is a mountain lake that is popular for boating. For land-lovers, there is a six-mile loop trail around Lake Como.
We recommend a guided pack, hunting and fishing trips. For a more extreme glacier country adventure, take a 1 to 3 day whitewater rafting trip on the famous "River of no Return" Salmon River. Hunting near the cabin includes elk, bear, white tail and mule deer, mountain lion and moose. The area also has great pheasant, grouse, duck and geese hunting. Darby is truly a wonderful destination for all types of wildlife viewing.
Make sure you talk to rental owners about the many Darby seasonal events and day trips. Compare cabins and Darby ranch lodging here, then book DIRECTLY with the owners. Booking DIRECT eliminates big booking website commissions and fees.
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- Annual Darby Fun Day
- The Strawberry Festival
- Darby Logger Days
- Alta Ranger Station
- Darby Pioneer Memorial Museum
- Lost Trail Ski Area
- Painted Rocks Lake
- Horseback Riding
- Skalkaho Falls
- Lake Como Recreation Area
- Museum of Forest Service History
- Salmon River Whitewater Rafting
- Bitterroot Valley Hunting
- Lost Trail Powder Mountain
- Nordic and Snowmobile Trails
- Lee Metcalf National Wildlife Refuge
- Teller Wildlife Refuge
- Skalkaho Game Preserve
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