Discover the Best Wyoming Dude Ranches. Wyoming is called the Cowboy State for good reason. Cowboys thrive here as they fulfill their horseback-oriented way of life, with many of them performing their skills on working cattle dude ranches.
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Visiting a dude ranches in Wyoming can prove to be the vacation of a lifetime. Wyoming has plenty of dude ranches to choose from. There are the full scale resorts with activities that range well beyond the basic dude ranch to those that are focused on being a working cattle ranch with guest activities limited to experiencing typical range of cowboy chores.
Our selection of the top Wyoming Dude Ranches emphasizes the more adventuresome, authentic ranches.
Bucking S Working Cattle and Guest Ranch
This is a working cattle ranch situated along the Seminoe-Alcova Scenic Backway that partners with a neighboring ranch to take care of 1,00 head of cattle spread over 40,00 acres at an elevation of 6,000 - 8,000 feet. Their main activity is horseback riding, cattle drives, and scenic rides, and have programs for all levels of ability. Depending on the season and weather conditions, they offer cattle drives from mid-May to mid-October. You will be able to horseback across mile of open cattle range and help out as much as you choose to. You can participate in moving the herd from one grazing spot to another,keeping an eye out for strays, and help out performing typical cowboy chores.
Hideout at Flitner Ranch
This is a working cattle ranch on 250,000 acres near Cody. They offer an authentic cattle work experience with cowboys and wranglers with some pampering. It's a balance of work and play for couples, families with kids the age of 10, friends, or friends. In addition to ranch work, they have a roping arena for instruction as well as rodeo-style entertainment. Local cowboys gather weekly to practice their skills and encourage participation by our guests. Depending on the season, they offer major cattle drives from April to October. Other activities include horseshoes, archery, trapshooting, and fly fishing just down the hill in Shell Creek
High Wild & Lonesome
This is open range horseback riding for active people who all know each other. Trips are limited to no more than 8 riders and are suited for physically fit, adventuresome riders beyond the novice skill level. You will take overnight trips out on the trail in a wilderness-style camp. Unroll your sleeping bag and sleep under the stars or in a less rugged weather-proof canvas tent. Programs can be tailored to your groups interest.
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