Montana’s 320 Guest Ranch names Amber Brask GM

320 Guest Ranch's 68 cabins offer a total of 86 sleeping rooms. Photo credit: 320 Guest Ranch
Amber Brask. Photo credit: 320 Guest Ranch

Forty-five minutes outside of Yellowstone National Park, 320 Guest Ranch has welcomed its third female GM, Amber Brask. The daughter of the ranch’s owner Dave Brask, she grew up at the hotel working in front desk, housekeeping, restaurant and outside sales.

A graduate of Boise State University, Brask spent her college years working in operations, F&B and sales and marketing. She received further background in F&B in Washington, where she workd at a fine dining restaurant, much like the one at 320 Guest Ranch. Before stepping up as general manager, Brask worked as a sales manager for the ranch.

First opened in 1898, 320 Guest Ranch was bought by its current owner, Dave Brask, in 1986. It is situated along two miles of the Gallatin River near Big Sky, Mont. It offers a total of 86 sleeping rooms across 58 cabin accommodations, log homes and mountain chalets. The property offers dining at the 320 Ranch Steak House and after-hours activities at the 320 Saloon. It has a range of seasonal recreational activities, including horseback riding, hiking, rafting, mountain climbing, fly fishing and snowmobiling.


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