With fewer than half a million residents, there are more deer and antelope than people in America’s 9th largest state! It’s easy to relive in your imagination scenes from famous novels and films set in this ‘cowboy country’ and its atmosphere is captured in the state emblem of a Stetson-waving cowhand astride a bucking bronco. Yellowstone National Park is in north-west Wyoming and attracts almost 3 million visitors each year to its wild and open landscape and to marvel at the world-famous Old Faithful geyser. Less well-known but equally stunning are the mountains and lakes of Grand Teton Park. If you are fascinated by the history of the Wild West, the memorabilia collection of the Buffalo Bill Historic Centre at Cody is a must on your itinerary of essential sightseeing. And if you want to be where the horse is king, looking out of place if you are not wearing jeans and a Stetson, Wyoming beckons you.
In the valley of the Big Horn National Forest and alongside the French and Three River Creeks, Paradise is aptly named, in its tranquil setting, with the only sounds to interrupt the peace are the calls of wildlife – and the sounds of families having fun....more >>>
This stunning ranch is part of the Yellowstone Plateau, situated only an hour from Jackson, with stunning views all around. At 7,400 feet, the valley is the host to some of North America’s most spectacular game: elk, moose, mountain sheep, antelope, bear, eagles, geese, cranes, and much more, not ...more >>>
The Hideout Lodge and Guest Ranch is an all-inclusive deluxe riding and horsemanship guest ranch located near Cody, Wyoming ,east of Yellowstone Park at the foot of the Big Horn Mountains. The ranch is limited to around 25 guests to enable every guest to have a personal experience. ...more >>>
Nestling in the Centennial Valley in the shadows of the Snowy Range Mountains, this historical guest/working ranch, actually listed on the Register of Historic Places, prides itself on true western hospitality and is sure to please your inner cowboy or cowgirl!...more >>>
Klondike Ranch was founded in 1886 and stands below the towering Big Horn Mountains, where the clear waters of the Crazy Woman creek flow through green pastures and groves of cotton woods trees. The Tass family have welcomed visitors to the ranch since the 1920’s and you are assured of a warm we...more >>>
This ranch has some of the best riding in North America and is located in a remote valley in Wyoming’s Absaroka Mountains. The ranch is ideal for people who want to experience this spectacular and wild country from the back of a horse.The ranch both raises cattle and many of its own horses and the...more >>>
The Lodge & Spa at Brush Creek Ranch is located on 30,000 acres of refined, Western landscape to call your own in Saratoga, Wyoming. Endless activities reawaken you. Luxury accommodations rejuvenate you. Outstanding meals revitalize you. It's a place where dreams are as grand as the Western sky and ...more >>>