America's Wildest Hotels
Dream vacations often call to mind sandy beaches, frosty cocktails and poolside massage service, but adventurous travelers can opt to wrangle cattle, sleep in trees, run zip-line courses and ski trails accessible only by helicopter.
Private log cabins situated on Trapper Peak, western Montana's highest mountain, are so secluded that there's no cell-phone service. Entertainment comes in the form of animal spotting: Various mountain lions, elks, bald eagles, ospreys and herds of bison make their home on the ranch and within the four million acres of national forest surrounding the property. From $750; triplecreekranch.com.