Wyoming is not only known for its incomparable nature, but also as the state with the strongest cowboy culture. Between the two magnificent national parks Shoshone and Yellowstone you will find a real western ranch, with log cabins, 150 horses and hundreds of cattle and sheep. Surrounded thousands of acres of protected wilderness, this oasis is the perfect starting point for discovering Wyoming's magnificent scenery in true cowboy spirit. The ranch is a "guest &working ranch" run by Bayard, his wife Mel and their son and daughter-in-law Richard and Hadley. Here you will have a real authentic ranch stay with homemade meals and a family atmosphere.
Since the ranch is engaged in agricultural activities, you will both view and be part of the daily tasks that belong to a real western ranch. It can be anything from moving livestock to new pastures to finding a cow on the move. It is also possible to take riding lessons if you wish. Of course, however, it is difficult to beat the hour-long explorations of the incredibly beautiful landscapes. It's not for nothing that Wyoming houses several of America's most talked about and beloved national parks!
After a long day's riding, nothing tastes as good as well-cooked, nutritious food, which is something that is the focus here. Most of what is served on the table comes from the ranch, both meat and vegetables, and the bread is of course homemade. A few days a week, it's also cocktail night - a perfect opportunity to get to know everyone on the ranch a little extra. When it's time to sleep, you do it in the cozy log cabins that surround the main house, all with their own bathroom. This is a ranch for those who want to experience amazing nature, Western culture and ranch life in its simplicity, but without compromising on amenities.