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 welcome on this real working cattle ranch.
Riding is the main emphasis of this ranch and you can ride along and help with the various daily activities of a working ranch which may include, sorting, branding, moving cattle to new pastures, checking fences and much more. Usually once a week there will be a ride to out to a cow camp and on the way you usually see moose, elk, deer or antelope. At days end there will be an overnight campout, where you can swap stories about the day around the camp fire.
Other than horse riding the ranch offers fishing, hiking, historical tours of the area including the Johnson County war which was the dispute between the cattle barons and the homesteaders, also near by is the Hole-in the Wall, made famous by the Butch Cassidy film. Or just relax at days end in the hot-tub and sooth away those saddle aches.
There is usually the chance to see a Rodeo during the Rodeo season at either Kaycee or Sheridan.Meals are served in the main lodge and are family style, featuring typical hearty western ranch fare.The ranch only takes around 8 guests at a time so you are assured of a very special western ranch experience.