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The Lazy L&B Ranch sits at 7200 feet in the Wind River's East Fork valley. The lodge and cabins are shaded by lush green cottonwoods and the contrasting red clay cliffs of the Wind River Indian reservation. The ranch continues to keep the authentic western flavor of the old sheep and cattle ranch, originally settled by Scottish homesteaders in the... more
Crooked Creek Guest Ranch is this splendid mountain retreat in the Shoshone National Forest. Named after the nearby meandering stream, this incredible getaway rests on 35 acres of the Wind River Mountain Range. The property features epic vistas of four spectacular mountain ranges, a true heaven for outdoor lovers amid hundreds of miles of natural... more
Triangle C Ranch is a Wyoming ranch vacation borne of fun, family and living life to the fullest. This Wyoming dude ranch is owned and operated by the Garnick family – fourth-generation dude ranchers with their own children, ready to welcome you and your family. Yet Triangle C Ranch is also a place of adventure, where good nature and free... more
Elk Trails Ranch, owned and operated by Bernard & Leota Didier, is located in a spectacular mountain valley surrounded by the Shoshone National Forest and Wyoming Game and Fish Preserve. An adult oriented vacation for only 8 to 10 guests provides you ability to ride & relax. Their spacious log home provides hospitality including fine dining and... more
The expansive ranch lands are contiguous with the Shoshone National Forest and Fitzpatrick Wilderness, which means almost endless private riding and fishing country of great variety and beauty. The CM is friendly and informal. The size is ideal, as there are always several age groups, assuring congenial companionship for all. It is a relaxing... more
Stand in the middle of Brush Creek ranch and the Sierra Madre Mountains linger on the horizon, across the valley to the west and southwest. Nestled below the adjacent million-acre Medicine Bow National Forest, Brush Creek is a diamond in this rough and beautiful corner of Southeast Wyoming. You'll find that every view, especially the one from our... more
Old fashioned fun can be had here in the Old Western heart of Wyoming at Medicine Bow Lodge. Go on a horseback ride though the valleys and get a glimpse of the breathtaking views that pictures just can't quite capture. For decades film has tried to keep in its sights the majestic scenery and history of this area. Come see for yourself.... more
Imagine the amazement and sparkle in your child’s eyes after a day of Horseback Riding in the old west and a real Cowboy Cookout with delicious meals! Our itineraries include safe and exciting whitewater rafting or scenic float rides, where we’ll take you places more beautiful than you’ve imagined! Our Yellowstone vacations at Absaroka Family... more
There is a wonderful international mix of people who stay at the ranch. Guests are from many places and walks of life, but share a common love of this wild, beautiful country, the horses and the lifestyle. The East Fork of the Wind River flows through the ranch and native cutthroat trout abound.... more
Established in 1922, Brooks Lake Lodge is here to give you a truly Western experience. The lodge is home to horses for all skill levels. Spend your day riding through the breathtaking mountain scenery with your family and an experienced guide at this historic Wyoming ranch!... more
Welcome pardner to Early Guest Ranch. This is where you live the COWBOY WAY. For one unforgettable week, the spirit of the WEST will invade your world. Leave your phones and stress behind, and escape to a world of breathtaking skies and awe inspiring Rocky Mountain scenery. Set your own pace and be ready for fun.Horseback ride till your hearts... more
Focus is a working cattle ranch established in 1896 where wildlife abounds because humans do not. We operate the ranch because we like the life and the area. We take guests because we enjoy people, and we're happy when they enjoy the ranch-its setting, its workings, its people. Guests can participate to any extent in the functions of the ranch.... more
Eight cozy log cabins tucked in the pines with Indian rugs, authentic handmade log furniture, down quilts, wood stoves or fireplaces, hot showers, and individual porches. Laundry facilities available. Horseback riding, hiking, fly-fishing (instruction included), hot tub. Riding instruction is available. Each rider is assigned a horse for the week... more