Broken Hart Ranch, Inc. - Gallatin Gateway

The Broken Hart Ranch offers horse back day trips into the Spanish Peaks Wilderness Area, fishing or game viewing, overnight pack trips, hayrides and evening cookouts. In the fall, we offer hunting for elk, deer, moose and big horn sheep. We also serve the Gold West Region of Montana.

Our new barn/livery stable with 5,000 square feet of floor space is ideal for wedding receptions, conferences, family or company parties. All year dinner rides with horse drawn wagons or sleighs for groups. Ten teams and wagons available for up to 200 people.

Get the true meaning of "Jingle Bells" by dashing through the snow on a Broken Hart Ranch sleigh ride! We have teams of well trained horses that pull our sleighs through fields of sparkling snow under star-filled skies. while you sit on bales of straw sipping hot chocolate. This classic winter activity will enhance your Christmas or ski vacation to Montana. If there isn't enough snow, that's not a problem either. Our teams pull hay wagons just as easily as a sleigh. Call (406-763-4279) or e-mail us today to find out more about this time-honored tradition.

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Mailing Address
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Street Address
73800 Gallatin Road
Gallatin Gateway,  MT 59730

Phone: 406-763-4279

The Broken Hart Ranch is located on the east side of Highway 191, 2 miles south of Gallatin Gateway. This is the same route to both Big Sky and Yellowstone National Park. Approximately 14 miles from Belgrade (airport) or 14 miles from Bozeman.

5/1 - 12/31

5:00am - 10:00pm

Cash, Discover, Master Card, Personal Check (In State), Travelers Checks, Visa

Group Reservations Required, Reservations Recommended, Walk-Ins Welcome

Guide, Horse Rental, Pack Animal

Archery, Backcountry Camping, Barbecue, Bear Hunting, Big Game, Bow Hunting, Camping, Deer Hunting, Elk Hunting, Fishing, Fly Fishing, Hayride, Hiking, Horseback Riding, Hunting, Lake Fishing, Overnight Pack Trips, Photography, Rifle Shooting, River Fishing, Stream Fishing, Tent Camping, Trail Rides, Wildlife Viewing, Winter Sport