Sun River Canyon, where our lodge is located, is an eastern gateway to the vast Lewis and Clark Forest and the unique Bob Marshall Wilderness Area. The majestic Rocky Mountains suddenly end the otherwise rolling foothill country of eastern Montana. The high rock walls rise up abruptly in majestic grandeur to welcome those who venture into the last of the true mountain wilderness areas.Book your Trip
Book your stay at Sun Canyon Lodge for any event! The lodge is great for hosting weddings, corporate events, family gatherings, or personal outdoor experiences. We offer guided hunting, fishing, and geological exploration, as well as horseback or pack mule hiking. Bring your camera and your excitement!
There is nothing better than waking up to a steaming cup of coffee, gazing at the beauty of the Montana wilderness. This is Sun Canyon Lodge. Share this beauty with your family and friends and let our hosts take your event to your next level, enjoying the great outdoors as it has always been intended.
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Sun Canyon Lodge sits on the edge of the Lewis and Clark National Forest and Bob Marshall Wilderness, located on the east side of the Rocky Mountain Front.
We strive to provide a backcountry wilderness experience of a lifetime. The Bob Marshal offers a variety of opportunities: choose to enjoy a first class base camp for day rides, excellent fishing, hikes, or to explore the more remote areas of the vast complex upon horseback.
Josh and Niki Carlbom have been the proud purveyors of Sun Canyon Lodge’s various goods and services for the better part of two decades. Josh’s parents, Lee and Sue Carlbom, purchased the establishment in 1983, when Josh was five years old. Niki’s parents, Dan and Shelly Campbell, have been a constant presence for the last twenty years, and an integral part of the Lodge and the community around Sun Canyon. Together now, Josh and Niki operate the bar, restaurant and the outfitting. They have been doing this for sixteen seasons (since 2005), gaining widespread respect for the knowledge of the land and hospitality they provide to their guests. Even with all their combined experience they couldn’t do it alone.Learn more about your hosts!