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Here’s a small sampling of some Hidden Meadow Ranch press:
Travel Trade Magazine, December 2011
Arizona’s Luxury Ranch welcomes winter and all its visitors.
"Trade palm trees for Ponderosa pines and come to Hidden Meadow Ranch for the holidays to experience the true meaning of Christmas"
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Southwest Meetings + Events, Winter 2010
Hey, Dude! Step out of the box and head out on the range.
"At a good 20 to 40 degrees cooler than [Tucson and Phoenix], Hidden Meadow Ranch can also offer winter activities such as cross-country skiing, and access to skiing and snowboarding at nearby Sunrise Ski Resort." Read the full article (PDF file) »
Phoenix Magazine, December 2009
Cozy Cabin Chic
"Just 10 miles north of Greer in Arizona's White Mountains, the 150-acre Hidden Meadow Ranch is the ideal getaway—or even hideaway. Perfect for escaping the urban lifestyle, Hidden Meadow Ranch is nestled on a 50-acre meadow, where the ranch's own horses graze and local wildlife roams." Read the full article (PDF file) »
The Trail Rider, May 2009
Hot on the Trail
"Hidden Meadow Ranch's 150 acres of private land in Arizona's Apache-Sitgreaves National Forest provides more than 2,000 miles of riding tra" Read the full article (PDF file) »
Smart Meetings, November 2008
Formula Free, Give Your Meetings a Fresh Perspective
"Hidden Meadow Ranch handles executive retreats and small corporate meetings up to 60 people in a dude ranch-style retreat in the White Mountains. The abmience is Old West, but it's fully wired." Read the full article (PDF file) »
Stratos, October 2008
Home on the Range
"The Club at Hidden Meadow Ranch in the White Mountains, Arizona, near the New Mexico border at 8,000 feet, provides an escape for Phoenix residence who want to escape the sizzling summers." Read the full article (PDF file) »
Scottsdale Magazine, October 2008
Mountain Retreat Living
"Hidden Meadow Ranch has always been one of our favorites for its location, charm and the genuine cordiality of its staff." Read the full article (PDF file) »
Arizona Highways, September 2008
"Gourmet food and expensive linens are rarities in the middle of nowhere, but at Hidden Meadow Ranch, they come with the territory." Read the full article (PDF file) »
Destination Weddings, Spring 2008
Romantic Ranches; Four great places to horse around on your honeymoon
“This intimate retreat in Arizona's White Mountains offers five-star amenities, service and dining, along with glistening lakes, miles of cool streams, conifer and aspen groves, and gourmet campfire fare." Read the full article (PDF file) »
Cowboys & Indians, April 2008
Hidden Meadow Ranch; Roughing it in style in Arizona's White Mountains
“Over the past few years, the Bolingers have aimed at bringing the world of guest ranching a respect for nature and the environment while providing first-class accommodations—and with Hidden Meadow Ranch they've scored a bull's-eye." Read the full article (PDF file) »
Cabin Life, April 2008
Pining for Paradise
"The moment we drove onto the ranch, we fell in love with the place."
Phoenix Bride & Groom, April 2008
"Hidden Meadow Ranch delivers wedding weekends filled with adventure, five-star service, luxurious accommodations and fabulous regional cuisine."
Dallas Morning News, March 2, 2008
"Surrounded by thousands of acres of open space in Arizona's White Mountains, this ranch setting provides a comfortable combination of rustic and luxury."
Mesa Lifestyle, February 2008
"The accommodations at Hidden Meadow Ranch offer a luxury, ranch-inspired experience in a wilderness setting."
Gilbert Lifestyle, February 2008
"Hidden Meadow Ranch...represents a unique hideaway for those lovebirds who want a vacation amongst the tall pines and a chance to enjoy some unforgettable outdoor activities."
Phoenix Magazine 2008 Travel Guide, January 2008
"Hidden Meadow Ranch boasts cozy, clean cabins with wood-burning fireplaces, upstairs lofts, overstuffed leather couches, soaking tubs, and intricate hand-carved wood furniture."
Arizona Homeowner, January 2008
"Hidden Meadow Ranch is an exclusive ranch hideaway complete with rustically-elegant log cabins, unparalleled amenities, exceptional service and cuisine, and a plethora of wintertime activities to satisfy your craving for fun in the snow."
Arizona Foothills, December 2007
"Crave a snowy Christmas? Head to luxurious Hidden Meadow Ranch in the Arizona White Mountains."
Country Living, September 2007
"Arizona's Hidden Meadow Ranch give city slickers the chance to experience life on the range."
AZ3Sixty, August 2007
"Escape to a luxurious retreat for relaxing in a hammock under the whispering pine trees or enjoying the best activities nature has to offer."
Log Home Design, July 2007
"Hidden Meadow Ranch is the perfect escape from your fast-paced life."
Estates West, July 2007
"Hidden Meadow Ranch...puts an emphasis on lifestyle."
Mountain Living, July 2007
"Hidden Meadow Ranch offers it's members amenities such as pre-arrival grocery shopping and housekeeping, access to horseback riding and fly-fishing, and children's programs."
Casa Grande Dispatch, June 1, 2007
Hidden Meadow Ranch Hosts Exclusive Events, N/A
“For couples and families looking for a truly memorable and festive way to spend the summer months, Hidden Meadow Ranch’s cozy ambiance and scenic beauty can’t be matched.”
Also, from the About HMR? “Hidden Meadow Ranch is a sanctuary where family legacies a re built, visitors revel in the cowboy lifestyle and strangers quickly become friends.”
Las Vegas Life, May 2007
Be A Cowboy (Almost), N/A
“There were stars lighting our path [back to our cabin]. Thousands. Millions. Stars so dense they were like necklaces draped across a velvet blanket- stars that seem to give texture to the black space itself. These stars served as a final reminder about the pleasure of Hidden Meadow Ranch, what could be best described as stimulating quiet.”
Log Homes Illustrated, March 2007
Welcome Relief, N/A
“Hidden Meadow Ranch features amenities and activities reminiscent of the mountain West, describing itself as a mix of rough logs and fine linens.”
WMICentral.com, March 29, 2007
Hidden Meadow Ranch Nabs Mention, Mara Reyes
“Romance is in the air at night when guests may dine in the candlelit lodge, then relax in a steamy hot tub under the stars before bedding down by a cracking fire.”
Sunset, February 2007
Top 10 Romantic Cottages, Dale Conour
“Six miles up a forest road, 10 miles to the nearest village, the seclusion and often snowy setting make this super-luxe guest ranch in the White Mountains the ideal winter retreat.”
AZ3Sixty, January/February 2007
Hidden Meadow Ranch, NA
“If there is hidden treasure in Arizona, then Hidden Meadow Ranch must be one of the jewels.”
“We arrived at night to our home for the weekend, one of ten cabins available for guests. No modern gas fireplaces here; the kindling was in the stone fireplace ready to be lit. Soon the soft glow encompassed out sitting room. As we cuddled on the couch, the busyness of our week evanesced, and we knew this experience would rate as top notch.”
Log Home Design, January 2007
High-Country Highlife: Far from cacti and coyotes, Arizona’s Hidden Meadow Ranch offers the best of the southwest—with a twist, Donna Peak
“Your first trip to Arizona’s Hidden Meadow Ranch may be like a near-sighted porcupine falling in love with a cactus—a total shock. Or so they say in cowboy country. Why is it so surprising? For starters how about snowfall in a region of the United States where defined by the arid heat of the Grand Canyon? Nestled on 150 acres within the Apache National Forest and at an elevation of 8,500 feet in the White Mountains, Hidden Meadow is a four-season destination.”
White Mountain Independent Mountain Skies, Winter 2006-2007
Hidden Meadow Ranch: Roughin’ it in Luxury, Mara Reyes
“Hidden Meadow Ranch is a model of contrasts. Truly hidden deep in the forest near Greer, the cabin retreat is a perfect example of ‘rough logs and fine linens’.”
“Hidden Meadow offers a western experience for those who like high-end travel.”
“While some guests prefer to hibernate in their cabins, occasionally peeking out to gaze at the stars or catch a sight of elk, deer and wild turkey practically on the doorstep others take advantage of the myriad of activities offered to guests. Boredom is never a problem at Hidden Meadow Ranch.”
Phoenix Magazine, December 2006
Great Escapes: Hidden Meadow Ranch, Ashlea Deahl
“Hidden Meadow is no doubt a beautiful retreat from the Valley’s summer heat, but I can only tell you what I know from experience: If you ever get snowed in somewhere in Arizona, and you have any control of where you’ll be when it happens, do your best to make it to Hidden Meadow Ranch. With cozy cabins, plenty of winter activities (indoor and out), incredible meals and a staff that’s ready and willing to do your bidding, it truly is a winter wonderland.”
North Valley Magazine, August/September 2006
Wonders of the White Mountains, Gerald Calamia
“There are mighty aspen and Ponderosa pines everywhere, and a beautiful meadow that leads up to a spring-fed pond full of trout.”
“Come to Hidden Meadow Ranch to relax, come to escape, and most importantly, come often. The fabulous staff makes every element of Hidden Meadow Ranch work to its advantage, with an unforgettable experience as the result.”
Luxury Living, Fall 2006
At Home on the Range, Lori Gleichman
“…Instead of tee times, owners get luxurious cabins and hassle-free vacations in a dude ranch setting.”
“These communities are committed to preserving traditional ranching lands, but they’ve incorporated homesites into the master plan.”
Arizona Business, August/September 2006
Eat & Tell: Western Mountain Cuisine at Hidden Meadow Ranch is a Best Kept Secret No More, Echo Surina
“Hidden Meadow Ranch’s lodge is a destination dining experience.”
“It’s a great incentive to take a scenic weekend road trip, perfect for celebrating a special occasion or as a reward for a day spent hiking or skiing.”
Arizona Home & Design, July/August 2006
Roughin’ it in Luxury: Five-star cabin living at Hidden Meadow Ranch, Echo Surina
“An ideal recluse for all four seasons, Hidden Meadow Ranch lives up to its motto ‘an escape from everything but luxury’.”
“…It draws guests to its rocking chair porch as they sip coffee at sunrise watching the world wake up.”
Southern Bride Romantic Destinations, Summer/Fall 2006
Most Romantic Places to Visit, Jeffrey Lundy & Sherra Meyers
”Hidden Meadow Ranch, a sanctuary where family legacies are built, visitors revel in the cowboy lifestyle and strangers quickly become friends.”
“The Ranch restaurant has earned a formidable reputation.”
Phoenix Magazine, May 2006
Summer Getaways: 21 of the best places to beat the heat, NA
“These folks know luxury.”
“Expect the warmest of welcomes, attention to detail at every turn and a smile with every request.”
Gourmet, May 2006
Other Homes on the Range, N.N.
“It’s worth rising early for Dutch-oven biscuits and gravy cooked over a smoky fire at Hidden Meadow Ranch in Arizona’s White Mountains.”
White Mountain Independent Mountain Skies, May 23, 2006
Log Home Lifestyle Settles in the White Mountains, Terence Corrigan
“The Hidden Meadow ‘cabins’ are a far cry from the little cabins that sheltered the early settlers. Granite countertops, natural lichen covered stone showers and impossibly large juniper fireplace mantles are not the details that were common in cabins of yore.”
“Davy Crockett never slept here.”
Redbook, April 2006
The Win It! Blowout, NA
“Saddle up: Get in touch with your outdoorsy side on this log-cabin family vacation.”
Smart Meetings, March 2006
The Wrangler Way, Dawna L. Robertson
“…Her ranch is also geared for riders of every caliber.”
Robb Report Vacation Homes, February/March 2006
Hidden Treasure: A ranch in the winds of Arizona gets a luxurious makeover, Susan Kime
”Hidden Meadow’s location could hardly be more pristine. The 5,700 acres of forest immediately surrounding the ranch is designated as a wildlife Habitat area, and motorized vehicles are prohibited; a trout pond and the Little Colorado River are within 20 minutes of the cabin sites.”
“The Lodge at Hidden Meadow Ranch is the social heart of the development.”
National Geographic Adventure, December 2005/January 2006
Room and (Snow)Board, NA
“Come December the White Mountains of eastern Arizona start to live up to their name. Snow piles up at Hidden Meadow Ranch, a complex of ten luxury log cabins set in an enormous 8,500-foot-high meadow.”