For the sixth time, the National Cowgirl Museum and Hall of Fame and Montana’s premier luxury ranch resort invite women eager to be inspired to join this special weekend event.
Greenough, Montana – The National Cowgirl Museum and Hall of Fame invites women seeking an inspirational, adventure-filled journey to attend an immersion into cowgirl culture. At the Cowgirl Spring Roundup, a three-day weekend event held April 27–30, 2017, at The Resort at Paws Up, 50 guests will tackle self-improvement workshops and hone their equestrian skills under the tutelage of Cowgirl Hall of Fame Honorees. This year’s honorees include Sandy Collier, a champion rider, author, trainer and equestrian competition judge; Deborah Fellows, a sculptor and former barrel racer; Patricia E. Kelly, the founder and CEO of Ebony Horsewomen and the award-winning ranch-life photographer Barbara Van Cleve.
The four legendary cowgirls honored by the National Cowgirl Museum and Hall of Fame in Fort Worth, Texas, will host the roundup. They’ll immerse you in the ways of the West with educational workshops, trail rides, photography clinics and nightly campfire gatherings. As featured on CBS This Morning, the roundup is an all-inclusive weekend package priced at $1,899 per person. The package includes luxury home accommodations, all meals, airport transfers, pristine mountain trail rides and close-up conversation with the honorees. The event is limited to the first 50 women, ages 12 and older, who register.
What You’ll Wrangle
Paws Up is a 37,000-acre ranch that features more than 100 miles of trails and 10 miles of private access to the legendary Blackfoot River. During the weekend, roundup participants can herd cattle across the land Lewis & Clark explored on an authentic cattle drive, sharpen shooting skills at a professional sporting clays course or opt for a myriad of additional wilderness adventures.
Where You’ll Hang Your Hat
Paws Up offers a selection of luxury homes, each impeccably appointed in an unrivaled tapestry of rustic elegance. The homes blend Western-chic decor with plentiful amenities, including kitchens, hot tubs, personal transportation, flat-screen televisions, complimentary Wi-Fi, laundry and more.
What Grub You’ll Rustle
Drawing from the agricultural wealth of Montana and the West, The Resort’s Executive Chef Ben Jones creates refined rustic ranch cuisine. The offerings articulately blend the most sophisticated culinary techniques with the freshest meats, produce and ingredients available.
For reservations, call 877-588-6783. The Resort at Paws Up is also on Facebook and Twitter (@Paws_Up) and Instagram (@TheResortatPawsUp).
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ABOUT THE RESORT AT PAWS UP
The Resort at Paws Up combines luxury with unforgettable adventure on 37,000 acres of untamed Montana wilderness that is steeped in history. The Resort offers accommodations for a maximum of 225 guests in 30 tented accommodations (seasonally) and 28 luxurious vacation homes, ranging from the two-bedroom Meadow Homes and three-bedroom Wilderness Estates to the charming, private, four-bedroom Morris Ranch House. Paws Up is located in the heart of the Blackfoot Valley in western Montana, just 35 miles from Missoula International Airport. Travelers can access Missoula via direct flights from Chicago, Denver, Las Vegas, Los Angeles, Minneapolis, Phoenix, Salt Lake City, San Francisco and Seattle. For more information, please visit www.pawsup.com or call 800-473-0601.
ABOUT THE NATIONAL COWGIRL MUSEUM AND HALL OF FAME
Established in 1975, the National Cowgirl Museum and Hall of Fame is the only museum in the world dedicated to honoring women of the American West who have displayed extraordinary courage and pioneer spirit in their trailblazing efforts. The Cowgirl is the legacy of legends, and preserves and highlights the history of these Western women from the mid-1800s to the present. The Museum is considered an invaluable national educational resource for its exhibits, research library, rare photograph collection and award-winning distance-learning programs for grades K–12 and adults.
Located at 1720 Gendy Street, Fort Worth, Texas 76107, the museum and hall of fame is open Monday (summers only) from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., Tuesday through Saturday from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. and Sunday from noon to 5 p.m. Admission is $8 for children ages 3 to 12 and senior citizens (60+) and $10 for adults (ages 13+). For more information, please visit www.cowgirl.net or call 817-476-FAME (3263).