Cabins are all about relaxing, reconnecting, and repairing the soul. Here are the most extraordinary cabins around the West that will keep you coming back, time and again
Why it's cozy: Palatial, canvas-walled tents come with butler service and furnishings worthy of the Ritz: paintings hanging above king-size feather beds, surrounded by plush pile rugs; terry-cloth robes as fluffy as Big Sky Country clouds; elk-antler bedside lamps; private bathrooms with rain showers and heated floors. At suppertime, you’ll gather with fellow campers in a sweeping dining pavilion to savor gourmet creations like sautéed quail with summer black truffles; s'mores are available on demand. Guests can sign up for everything from world-class fly-fishing lessons to hot-air ballooning and when they're done, retreat to Spa Town, a tranquil outpost of tents for massages, pedicures, and aromatherapy ringing the edge of a meadow.
What's out the door: 37,000 acres of Montana wilderness, in the conifer forests of the Blackfoot Valley, including 10 miles of the Blackfoot River—of A River Runs Through It fame.
Who will love it: Adventurers with high expectations.
28 2-, 3-, and 4-bedroom cabins (“luxury vacation homes”) and 30 1- and 2-bedroom canvas-walled (“glamping”) tents; $$$$, including all meals; closed November, February, and March;