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About the Area

The Formulary Workshops are located in Montana's Swan Valley, 80 miles NE of  Missoula, and 70 miles south of Kalispell. Boasting some of the best wilderness lands in the Rocky Mountains, and blessed with mountain lakes, beautiful rivers, and abundant crystal clear creeks, the Swan Valley earns honors as an outdoor recreational paradise.

Visitors to the valley enjoy a variety of activities in all four seasons. The workshop sits on 26 acres in the heart of the valley.

The Formulary & Workshop staff look forward to meeting you in Montana! 

Do you know about our B&B? Offering darkroom use with a 2 night minimum stay. Open year round for the enthusiastic photographer or nature lover, or Just to get away from it all. Standing Stones Bed Inn Breakfast is the perfect place to relax or be active. Some of the possible activities and attractions in our area include: 

-Trail riding (horseback)
-Hunting 
-Fishing
-Boating
-Water Skiing
-Mountain biking 
-Swimming in the lakes
-Photography
-Abundant hiking trails around the Valley
-Cross country skiing
-Snowmobiling

Visit Our Website at Standing Stones B&B

Call to inquire about workshops-   (800) 922-5255 
email: formulary@blackfoot.net​
7079 Hwy 83 N, Condon MT 59826
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19th Century Workshops

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"The Art of Black & White Photography"
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