This is a genuine working ranch set in the Black Hills of North East Wyoming - a very beautiful area known for its beauty and the variety of wildlife to be seen. It converts from timbered canyon country to creek bottom meadows to grass prairie. A variety of wildlife lives, feeds and reproduces in the greatest abundance on the edge where one environment changes to the next.
For many years the ranch has welcomed guests who love the ranch life. Guests (seldom more than six to eight people at a time) can join the ranch life like a part of the crew - in the house, in the corrals, on the pastures, while helping the neighbours, or in the local saloon in the next town.
The ranch breeds Black Angus and they run 2,000 Black Angus cattle including heifers. The ranch work is seasonal but guests are invited to participate from April to October with calving, branding, 'round-ups' and even breaking in horses. They have an outdoor arena that is used for team penning and roping steers.
There is a very relaxed atmosphere and no strict routine and guests can do as much or as little riding as they want. Your hosts are extremely helpful and will take you to rodeos, nearby farms and even to go shopping. Usually there is one non-riding day scheduled during the week for visiting local sites, such as Devils Tower, or perhaps to attend a rodeo.