If you think the ideal camping provisions are Snickers and Skippy, then the folks at Royal Tine Camp Cook School would like a word. The schoola gussied-up cook tent run by outdoor guide LeRee Hensenis located on a 10,000-acre cattle ranch in the foothills of southwestern Montana's Anaconda-Pintlar Wilderness. On a two-week trip, guests learn how to prep and cook wild gameskills include cooking over an open fire and Dutch-oven baking ($1,700; campcookschool.com). When you're not sautéing elk medallions, escape into the ranch's meadows and lodgepole pine thickets on the Hensens' quarterhorses, or fish the Middle Fork of Rock Creek, which runs through the property. Trips are available between April and July.
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