Yurt hop across northeast Montana with the American Prairie Reserve Huts. The non-profit organization has stitched together over three million contiguous acres of the Great Plains and are now providing adventurers a place to stay while exploring the vast landscapes. Its network of shelters currently consists of two circular tents. The John and Margaret Craighead Hut is situated in cottonwood grove off the banks of the Judith River, making it ideal for those looking to fish or kayak while the Founders Hut overlooks the Missouri River valley and is close to hiking, biking, and cross-country skiing trails. Both offer two 30-foot yurts that can sleep up to 9, a full kitchen, dining area, and library. Powered by solar panels, there's plenty of juice to heat, cool, and charge up devices for the next great photo op.