Transcript for Inside the Ranch Where Glamping Can Cost at Least $10,000 a Week
If camping makes you think of uncomfortable sleeping bags and energy bars, maybe you're doing it all wrong. Nobody's roughing it at the new glamping sites where they are setting the new gold standard. I got a look at what the famous and non-famous variety are getting for a hefty fee. It looks like any luxury hotel room, spacious, well-appointed, right down to the robe and slippers. But their resort isn't in a big city. It's a tent in the middle of Montana, on the shores of the blackfoot river, deep in the rocky mountains. The ranch says they set the standard for glamping, one of the reasons, assigning every guest a camping butler to take care of their every need. All you have to do is call a number here, and it goes straight to the camp butler phone. Some of the tents are more than 1,000 square feet with electric blankets and indoor numbering. Gwyneth paltrow posts these foe photos. We're grilling up a little flank steak. But the activities come at a price. And that price usually works out to at least $10,000 a week. For a family of four. Not really a camping type of person, but the glamping makes it worth it. The glamping industry says the trend has been on the rise for the last decade. The ranch at paws up opened with three tents. Now it has 30, along with 28 cabins. If you have the money, it's easy to see the appeal. There's plenty to deal O on the resort's 20,000 acres. And despite being on call 24/7, many of the staff here say they're the lucky ones. I've taken Montana for granted every day of my life. I've had every guest remind me, this place is damn beautiful. In one of the most iconic natural settings.
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