Devil's Thumb Ranch Resort & Spa
If you like to cross country ski this is a great place. They rent skies and have a ton of groomed trails to access. They also have several good restaurants. Take a picnic and hit the trails!
Beautiful spot for cross country skiing, horseback riding, fishing, spa services, a nice meal or afternoon cocktail, and so much more!
Relax at the Spa, or rent cross-country skis and explore the extensive trail system. Enjoy a yoga class, or grab a nice drink/dinner at the main lodge. Devil's Thumb is so beautiful!
The Ranch House Restaurant is the place we always take our out of town guests to for an excellent dinner in a true mountain lodge setting.
120km of wide-open, perfectly-groomed Nordic trails voted the best cross-country destination in North America and the ideal place to get outside, get active, and social distance this winter. Trails are now open and available to the public with a day or season pass.
We went to go cross country skiing and loved it! Nicely groomed trails, friendly staff, and a luxury resort and restaurant.
“Head to Snow Mountain Ranch for miles of xc skiing, tubing/sledding, horseback riding, and more!”
“A great restaurant with a full bar and plenty of menu options. Their dining room is a step up from your typical mountain restaurant and their menu is always changing.”
“Great for a nice evening out. This picture does not do it justice, but the Buffalo Brussels Sprouts are to die for!. It is priced more for fine dining. However, the happy hour is terrific and you can make a meal out of which is a little more affordable. It is a bit of a drive from the Iron Horse (10 miles, 18 min) But well worth it. Ask for Tom C to be your server and tell him Robyn and Steve sent you:)”
“Best pizza in town! It gets busy shortly after opening but is worth the wait. ”
“Bowling alley, movie theater, restaurant and bar all in one! Call ahead to make a bowling lane reservation. The chicken wings are not to be missed. After you bowl or catch a movie, checkout the bar games such as pool, ski ball and shuffle board.”