Based on data from Airbnb, these are the remote homes that made it onto most people’s wishlists. It’s easy to see why—each property promises seclusion, breathtaking views, and plenty of adventure right from your doorstep.
The Cargill-Earl Guesthouse, Livingston, Montana
Forget staying at a dude ranch. The best way to experience Montana’s big skies is from this two-bedroom house (from $308), which sits atop one of the many rolling hills looking out on the Absaroka Range. Located just 45 minutes from Yellowstone National Park, it’s also a good base camp for swimming in nearby Chico Hot Springs, hiking Gallatin National Forest, fly-fishing the creeks of Paradise Valley, and scuba-diving Hyalite Canyon. The guesthouse is part of Erik’s Ranch, a 230-acre property that operates as a nonprofit run by young adults with autism. Staff offer guided hikes, ski instruction, and horseback tours.