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The Resort at Paws Up: A Western-Style Getaway with Great Eats (Slideshow)

The Resort at Paws Up: A Western-Style Getaway with Great Eats (Slideshow)

A Western-Style Getaway with Great Eats

Montana Wilderness

View of the Blackfoot River from River Camp campsite at Paws Up. Each campsite has a glorious view of the river.

Paws Up Happy Hour

One of the "Happy Hour" canapés. This is seared tuna served on a chile-flavored tortilla chip with radish and green onion.

Lunch, Montana Style

A hearty lunch, served chuck wagon style. Plate includes herbed pita chips, garlic seafood pasta, charred rib-eye, pan-seared scallops, and a salad dressed with a spectacle blue-cheese dressing.

Chef Chris

The "Big Ceej" doing some of his own mushroom foraging with the fruits of the morning's wilderness adventure. These are wild chanterelles, which became part of the dinner that night.

Dinner at Pomp

One of the highlights of the first-night's dinner at Pomp. Dishes include grilled steelhead trout with baby carrots, pickled beets, shredded radish and nasturtiums prepared by last year's Montana Master Chefs winner Hosea Rosenberg. Wine pairing was a Steel chardonnay.

Dessert by Master Chefs

This Guinness chocolate cake served with native Montana huckleberries and raspberries was one of the desserts prepared by Montana Master Chefs contestants. The additional whipped cream is an absolute must!

Tank and Trough Restaurants

Guests on the standard American meal plan offered by Paws Up have buffet breakfast and lunch here.

The Catch

Mushrooms found during the foraging excursion, as well as a paper wasp nest (it'd been vacated already, thankfully).


10 Best All-Inclusive Travel Resorts

Fabulous food for both you and the kids is the big draw at this "Gourmet Inclusive" resort. Most of the veggies and herbs for the resort's restaurants are grown at a nearby greenhouse, bartenders infuse their own tequila, and chefs will whip up puree for your baby. "My 3-year-old son loved the chicken-skewer appetizer at the Latin restaurant so much that our waiter brought him a plateful," says Jennifer Birkenmeyer, of Edwardsville, Illinois, who also traveled with her daughters, ages 4 and 7. Made-to-order crepes and, at a special breakfast with Nickelodeon characters, a "green-slime" smoothie were also favorites. The kids' club is themed after Dora the Explorer and other Nick faces and has meaningful programming such as piñata-making and Spanish lessons. While the kids are busy, you can try the Latin dance classes and beach soccer. The accommodations are pretty genius too&mdashyou may opt for a swim-up suite, where you can step into a pool from your balcony.Summer rates start at $373 per adult per night, $100 per night for ages 3 to 12, free for newborn to 2 karismahotels.com. Airport transfers aren't included.


10 Best All-Inclusive Travel Resorts

Fabulous food for both you and the kids is the big draw at this "Gourmet Inclusive" resort. Most of the veggies and herbs for the resort's restaurants are grown at a nearby greenhouse, bartenders infuse their own tequila, and chefs will whip up puree for your baby. "My 3-year-old son loved the chicken-skewer appetizer at the Latin restaurant so much that our waiter brought him a plateful," says Jennifer Birkenmeyer, of Edwardsville, Illinois, who also traveled with her daughters, ages 4 and 7. Made-to-order crepes and, at a special breakfast with Nickelodeon characters, a "green-slime" smoothie were also favorites. The kids' club is themed after Dora the Explorer and other Nick faces and has meaningful programming such as piñata-making and Spanish lessons. While the kids are busy, you can try the Latin dance classes and beach soccer. The accommodations are pretty genius too&mdashyou may opt for a swim-up suite, where you can step into a pool from your balcony.Summer rates start at $373 per adult per night, $100 per night for ages 3 to 12, free for newborn to 2 karismahotels.com. Airport transfers aren't included.


10 Best All-Inclusive Travel Resorts

Fabulous food for both you and the kids is the big draw at this "Gourmet Inclusive" resort. Most of the veggies and herbs for the resort's restaurants are grown at a nearby greenhouse, bartenders infuse their own tequila, and chefs will whip up puree for your baby. "My 3-year-old son loved the chicken-skewer appetizer at the Latin restaurant so much that our waiter brought him a plateful," says Jennifer Birkenmeyer, of Edwardsville, Illinois, who also traveled with her daughters, ages 4 and 7. Made-to-order crepes and, at a special breakfast with Nickelodeon characters, a "green-slime" smoothie were also favorites. The kids' club is themed after Dora the Explorer and other Nick faces and has meaningful programming such as piñata-making and Spanish lessons. While the kids are busy, you can try the Latin dance classes and beach soccer. The accommodations are pretty genius too&mdashyou may opt for a swim-up suite, where you can step into a pool from your balcony.Summer rates start at $373 per adult per night, $100 per night for ages 3 to 12, free for newborn to 2 karismahotels.com. Airport transfers aren't included.


10 Best All-Inclusive Travel Resorts

Fabulous food for both you and the kids is the big draw at this "Gourmet Inclusive" resort. Most of the veggies and herbs for the resort's restaurants are grown at a nearby greenhouse, bartenders infuse their own tequila, and chefs will whip up puree for your baby. "My 3-year-old son loved the chicken-skewer appetizer at the Latin restaurant so much that our waiter brought him a plateful," says Jennifer Birkenmeyer, of Edwardsville, Illinois, who also traveled with her daughters, ages 4 and 7. Made-to-order crepes and, at a special breakfast with Nickelodeon characters, a "green-slime" smoothie were also favorites. The kids' club is themed after Dora the Explorer and other Nick faces and has meaningful programming such as piñata-making and Spanish lessons. While the kids are busy, you can try the Latin dance classes and beach soccer. The accommodations are pretty genius too&mdashyou may opt for a swim-up suite, where you can step into a pool from your balcony.Summer rates start at $373 per adult per night, $100 per night for ages 3 to 12, free for newborn to 2 karismahotels.com. Airport transfers aren't included.


10 Best All-Inclusive Travel Resorts

Fabulous food for both you and the kids is the big draw at this "Gourmet Inclusive" resort. Most of the veggies and herbs for the resort's restaurants are grown at a nearby greenhouse, bartenders infuse their own tequila, and chefs will whip up puree for your baby. "My 3-year-old son loved the chicken-skewer appetizer at the Latin restaurant so much that our waiter brought him a plateful," says Jennifer Birkenmeyer, of Edwardsville, Illinois, who also traveled with her daughters, ages 4 and 7. Made-to-order crepes and, at a special breakfast with Nickelodeon characters, a "green-slime" smoothie were also favorites. The kids' club is themed after Dora the Explorer and other Nick faces and has meaningful programming such as piñata-making and Spanish lessons. While the kids are busy, you can try the Latin dance classes and beach soccer. The accommodations are pretty genius too&mdashyou may opt for a swim-up suite, where you can step into a pool from your balcony.Summer rates start at $373 per adult per night, $100 per night for ages 3 to 12, free for newborn to 2 karismahotels.com. Airport transfers aren't included.


10 Best All-Inclusive Travel Resorts

Fabulous food for both you and the kids is the big draw at this "Gourmet Inclusive" resort. Most of the veggies and herbs for the resort's restaurants are grown at a nearby greenhouse, bartenders infuse their own tequila, and chefs will whip up puree for your baby. "My 3-year-old son loved the chicken-skewer appetizer at the Latin restaurant so much that our waiter brought him a plateful," says Jennifer Birkenmeyer, of Edwardsville, Illinois, who also traveled with her daughters, ages 4 and 7. Made-to-order crepes and, at a special breakfast with Nickelodeon characters, a "green-slime" smoothie were also favorites. The kids' club is themed after Dora the Explorer and other Nick faces and has meaningful programming such as piñata-making and Spanish lessons. While the kids are busy, you can try the Latin dance classes and beach soccer. The accommodations are pretty genius too&mdashyou may opt for a swim-up suite, where you can step into a pool from your balcony.Summer rates start at $373 per adult per night, $100 per night for ages 3 to 12, free for newborn to 2 karismahotels.com. Airport transfers aren't included.


10 Best All-Inclusive Travel Resorts

Fabulous food for both you and the kids is the big draw at this "Gourmet Inclusive" resort. Most of the veggies and herbs for the resort's restaurants are grown at a nearby greenhouse, bartenders infuse their own tequila, and chefs will whip up puree for your baby. "My 3-year-old son loved the chicken-skewer appetizer at the Latin restaurant so much that our waiter brought him a plateful," says Jennifer Birkenmeyer, of Edwardsville, Illinois, who also traveled with her daughters, ages 4 and 7. Made-to-order crepes and, at a special breakfast with Nickelodeon characters, a "green-slime" smoothie were also favorites. The kids' club is themed after Dora the Explorer and other Nick faces and has meaningful programming such as piñata-making and Spanish lessons. While the kids are busy, you can try the Latin dance classes and beach soccer. The accommodations are pretty genius too&mdashyou may opt for a swim-up suite, where you can step into a pool from your balcony.Summer rates start at $373 per adult per night, $100 per night for ages 3 to 12, free for newborn to 2 karismahotels.com. Airport transfers aren't included.


10 Best All-Inclusive Travel Resorts

Fabulous food for both you and the kids is the big draw at this "Gourmet Inclusive" resort. Most of the veggies and herbs for the resort's restaurants are grown at a nearby greenhouse, bartenders infuse their own tequila, and chefs will whip up puree for your baby. "My 3-year-old son loved the chicken-skewer appetizer at the Latin restaurant so much that our waiter brought him a plateful," says Jennifer Birkenmeyer, of Edwardsville, Illinois, who also traveled with her daughters, ages 4 and 7. Made-to-order crepes and, at a special breakfast with Nickelodeon characters, a "green-slime" smoothie were also favorites. The kids' club is themed after Dora the Explorer and other Nick faces and has meaningful programming such as piñata-making and Spanish lessons. While the kids are busy, you can try the Latin dance classes and beach soccer. The accommodations are pretty genius too&mdashyou may opt for a swim-up suite, where you can step into a pool from your balcony.Summer rates start at $373 per adult per night, $100 per night for ages 3 to 12, free for newborn to 2 karismahotels.com. Airport transfers aren't included.


10 Best All-Inclusive Travel Resorts

Fabulous food for both you and the kids is the big draw at this "Gourmet Inclusive" resort. Most of the veggies and herbs for the resort's restaurants are grown at a nearby greenhouse, bartenders infuse their own tequila, and chefs will whip up puree for your baby. "My 3-year-old son loved the chicken-skewer appetizer at the Latin restaurant so much that our waiter brought him a plateful," says Jennifer Birkenmeyer, of Edwardsville, Illinois, who also traveled with her daughters, ages 4 and 7. Made-to-order crepes and, at a special breakfast with Nickelodeon characters, a "green-slime" smoothie were also favorites. The kids' club is themed after Dora the Explorer and other Nick faces and has meaningful programming such as piñata-making and Spanish lessons. While the kids are busy, you can try the Latin dance classes and beach soccer. The accommodations are pretty genius too&mdashyou may opt for a swim-up suite, where you can step into a pool from your balcony.Summer rates start at $373 per adult per night, $100 per night for ages 3 to 12, free for newborn to 2 karismahotels.com. Airport transfers aren't included.


10 Best All-Inclusive Travel Resorts

Fabulous food for both you and the kids is the big draw at this "Gourmet Inclusive" resort. Most of the veggies and herbs for the resort's restaurants are grown at a nearby greenhouse, bartenders infuse their own tequila, and chefs will whip up puree for your baby. "My 3-year-old son loved the chicken-skewer appetizer at the Latin restaurant so much that our waiter brought him a plateful," says Jennifer Birkenmeyer, of Edwardsville, Illinois, who also traveled with her daughters, ages 4 and 7. Made-to-order crepes and, at a special breakfast with Nickelodeon characters, a "green-slime" smoothie were also favorites. The kids' club is themed after Dora the Explorer and other Nick faces and has meaningful programming such as piñata-making and Spanish lessons. While the kids are busy, you can try the Latin dance classes and beach soccer. The accommodations are pretty genius too&mdashyou may opt for a swim-up suite, where you can step into a pool from your balcony.Summer rates start at $373 per adult per night, $100 per night for ages 3 to 12, free for newborn to 2 karismahotels.com. Airport transfers aren't included.


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