FALL AT SAGE LODGE

Cooler Days, Crisp Nights, More Adventure

Sage Lodge and Emigrant Peak

FALL FOR SOMETHING EPIC

There's something in the air during the fall in Montana that brings a whole new sense of life and adventure to the area. Kids are back in school, which opens up the trails, rivers, and certainly Yellowstone National Park. The days are still warm, but the nights are crisp and cool, allowing you to bust out your puffy jacket for the first time while you sit around the fire drinking a microbrew with friends or family, swapping stories about your daily adventures. Join us this Fall as we get after that sense of adventure you've been waiting to capitalize on all summer. Here are some Fall ideas to get you started, but if you already know what you're looking for, don't hesitate to book your stay today.

Experience some Fall Rising

With the return of fall comes the retreat of the masses. Autumn brings tremendous fly fishing to the valley and an opportunity to see a whole other side of Yellowstone National Park. Establish Sage Lodge as your own personal basecamp over three nights and four days full of fall adventures like a scenic guided fall foliage tour of Paradise Valley, a fly fishing casting lesson on the pond, and a half-day fly fishing float trip for two on the Yellowstone River. And steak dinners… of course.

casting on the pond

Work Hard, but Play Harder

In honor of Labor Day, take some well-deserved time to play harder at Sage Lodge this Fall. Enjoy an epic Sage Lodge experience that includes the signature adventures available in Montana, from llamas, horseback riding, and fishing, to mountain-inspired dining at The Grill. Just bring your sense of adventure, and we'll have the rest taken care of.

pack llamas at emigrant peak

Hit the River with the Ladies

This September and October, get away with the girls for a remarkable all-inclusive weekend full of guided fly fishing and a culinary experience curated by the Sage Lodge Executive Chef, Brian Sullivan. We've created a special 4-night package just for you, complete with an itinerary full of guided fly fishing by Angler's West on the Sage property, the Yellowstone River, and Yellowstone National Park. This is the excuse you've been looking for to get away and play!

woman fly fishing

Embark on a Tour de Sage

October is such a magical time here at Sage Lodge - and the perfect time to explore the 1000+ acre ranch on foot and two (and four) wheels. Across a three-night stay, join our expert team as we explore the area with wildlife viewing, photography, and heart-pumping opportunities around every corner. Don't forget the necessary tour of The Spa.

mountain biking

Photography in the Field with Andy Austin

Join professional photographer Andy Austin at Sage Lodge and learn how to capture the essence of fall in Montana, whether on your camera or on your phone. Over a three-night, four-day inclusive stay from October 9-12 or November 6-9, 2019 take the scenic route exploring the 1000+ acres of Sage Lodge with your camera in hand, from the banks of the Yellowstone River to the foothills of Emigrant Peak. Nourish along the way with meals in The Fireside Room or The Grill and break-up all your learning with a trip to The Spa, as well.

hiker posing on mountain

BONFIRE NIGHTS

There's nothing better than crisp fall Montana days followed by bonfire nights, and Sage Lodge has this set-up down to perfection. Rally your friends and loved ones for a 2-night fall getaway in October or November that hits all of the senses. Explore our 1000+ acres on foot, soak in local hot springs, and then fill-up on local cuisine in The Fireside Room or The Grill before delighting in the cool nights and starry skies while roasting s'mores around the fire. And of course, your trip wouldn't be complete without a trip to The Spa before you go.

firepits with lodge at night

RUN YOURSELF RUGGED

At Sage Lodge, you'll never be at a loss for something to do.

Sage Lodge and pond at dusk