320 Guest Ranch

320 Guest Ranch is located 10 miles south of Big Sky, Montana and its history affords an intriguing window into the early days of Western tourism and Big Sky back in the day. The 320 Guest Ranch is located in a remote area, but all amenities that employees need are available. The ranch provides phone cards free of charge to call home. A free breakfast is served daily and employees are encouraged to eat between 7-7:30am. There are opportunities to horseback ride, fly fish and visit Yellowstone National Park! Check us out on Facebook!



Reasons to join us this summer-


·          Great wage- $9.00 per hour plus tips!

·          Employer provides on-site housing for only $70.00 per week!

·          Opportunity for an end-of-season BONUS!

·          Enjoy a free breakfast every day! *Employees are encouraged to eat between 7-7:30am.

·          Opportunities to horseback ride, fly fish, visit Yellowstone National Park, hike, bike, and attend live music concerts, and rodeos!



Every Monday night there is a pig roast dinner that is free for employees! Other perks include BBQ’s, enjoying live music and attending local rodeos. For more information please visit Trip Advisor.



About Gallatin Gateway, Montana:


The area surrounding Big Sky has more blue-ribbon trout streams and lakes in an 80-mile radius than anywhere else in North America. Big Sky, Montana is located 18 miles (24 km) from the Northwestern border of Yellowstone National Park. There is no public transportation in this area; however, there is a bus, the Skyline Bus, which runs from Bozeman, MT to Big Sky, MT. Please be sure to check the schedule and see if the bus runs near you http://www.skylinebus.com/. Students interested in adventure and the great outdoors will love this part of the U.S. – if you want to go shopping in a big city on your day off, this is NOT the place for you!


Gallatin Gateway Weather:


Montana has, by and large, beautiful summer weather. Generally, from July through September (summer in Montana), the weather tends to be dry, with sunshine the norm, and with only a few days of clouds and light rain. Yet, despite the sunshine, temperatures are generally not too hot except during periods of heat waves. The average summer high temperature in Big Sky is 74°F (23°C), and the average low temperature is 50°F (10°C). Summer nights are generally cool and it is recommended to bring a sweater or light jacket to keep warm when the temperatures drop. For more information about the weather in Big Sky, MT, please visit www.weather.com

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How to Get There

Students must communicate their travel plans to their employer at least 2 weeks prior to arrival. Students should also email the employer at least 48 hours prior to arrival in Bozeman. It is recommended that students fly into Bozeman Yellowstone International Airport (BZN) and the employer will be there to pick you up, provided you have informed them of your travel plans. The employer will take students to the Social Security Office