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Blackwater Creek Ranch is located 15 miles from fabulous Yellowstone Park, hidden in the pines of Shoshone National Forest. The main lodge is one of the finest in Wyoming and accommodations include hearty ranch-style meals overlooking the Rockies.
Since its beginnings as the "Nast Lodge" in the late 1870's, the Fryingpan River Ranch has welcomed anglers, horseback riders, and outdoor enthusiasts of all ages. Originally, guests arrived on the historic Colorado Midland Railway. The Ranch sits just 8 miles beneath the Continental Divide, on the west side of Hagerman Pass, along the "Midland Route" to Leadville's famous silver mines.
In the spring of 1883, Jim and Rhoda Graham headed for the mountains, sparked by a love of adventure,and a dream of homesteading. They trekked up the South Platte River, followed Wildcat Creek and then, finally, found Lost Valley. The Foster family is privileged to continue that heritage by maintaining Lost Valley as a working cattle and horse ranch.
Skyline Guest Ranch is a family owned and operated ranch offering an unequalled outdoor experience accommodating approximately 35 guests each week. The ranch is located at an elevation of 9,600 feet. A variety of activities include hiking, mountain biking, fishing and horseback riding.
Vista Verde is a long-established summer and winter western guest and ski touring ranch, as well as a working cattle and horse operation. This 600 acre ranch is located 25 miles north of Steamboat Springs at an elevation of 7800 feet, on the historic Seedhouse Road.
Originally established in the 1860's, Wit's End provides the ultimate in elegant accommodations. Deep forests, brilliant blue skies, wildlife, sparking rivers and Vallecito Lake, all join forces to form the spectacular scenery that is Wit's End.
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