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Off Ranch Activities

While vacationing with us, guests have opportunity for off-ranch activities. The availability of these activities depends on the season. No meals are provided by the ranch whilst on these off ranch activities. We usually visit a selection of these activities once weekly, group transportation (minimum of 4 guests) is provided by the ranch. We are happy to take our guests to a selection of our off ranch activities in our own ranch vehicles. If our guests require any private guided off ranch tour, these are available with ranch vehicles or by taxi by arrangement with the ranch payment is made to the ranch.
A few examples are:

  • Viewing the Wild Horse Range in the Pryor Mountains;
  • Visit the town of Cody touring the Buffalo Bill Museum and visiting the Old Trail Town in Cody;
  • Reliving the Battle of the Little Big Horn near the Custer Battlefield;
  • Experiencing the breath-taking Beartooth Highway up to Yellowstone;
  • White water rafting -- Cody, Wyoming ;
  • Rodeos - either watch local rodeo or whilst visiting Cody see the Cody nite rodeo
  • Golfing --for spectacular scenery, there’s an excellent 18-hole course only 28 miles from the Lonesome Spur, right in the shadow of Beartooth mountains.
  • Guided Tours of Yellowstone park are available at additional cost and must be pre-booked with the ranch. The tour leaves the ranch after breakfast and returns in the evening. Prices can vary depending on which time of year you choose to see the park. Minimum party to do this tour is 4 persons.
  • 4TH JULY HOME OF CHAMPIONS--- The festivities start on 2nd July; come ride with us at the Red Lodge Parade on horseback and join us as we watch the 4th July Home of Champions rodeo. Evening entertainment is a campfire party and fireworks!

YELLOWSTONE PARK (~$150.00 per person – minimum 4 guests)
· Travel through Cooke City (northeast entrance) along the Beartooth Highway (10,554 ft)
· Visit Tower Junction (Roosevelt Lodge)
· BBQ Lunch in Yellowstone
· Stop by the Upper and Lower Falls through Dunraven Pass to Canyon Junction
· Visit Geyser Basin/Firehole Basin and Old Faithful
· Pass through East Entrance on the way to Cody, WY
· This is a full day excursion leaving early in the morning and arriving home for dinner

THERMOPOLIS MINERAL SPA/CODY NITE RODEO (~$50.00 per person – minimum 4 guests)
· Travel through Greybull, WY to Thermopolis
· Entry into Mineral Spa (indoor and outdoor pools/hottubs, steam room & sauna)
· BBQ Lunch in Mineral Park (included in above price)
· Visit to Meeteetse (old western town) and the Kirwin Ghost Town
· Travel back to Cody for the afternoon (Buffalo Bill Historical Museum, Harry Jackson Art Studios, shopping at Corral West and along Main Street)
· Dinner at Irma’s Buffalo Bill Dining Room (not included in above price)
· Ticket to Cody Nite Rodeo ( not includes in above price)
· This is a full day excursion leaving early in the morning and arriving home after the rodeo. Highly recommended for the day following a hard ride to sooth your sore spots.

NOTE: Once a week we usually travel down to the Cody Nite Rodeo with the ticket and dinner being extra charges.

CUSTER BATTLEFIELD (~$45.00 per person – minimum 4 guests)
· Travel to Chief Plenty Coup Museum through Pryor
· Entry into Custer Battlefield and Museum
· Lunch of Indian Tacos at the Indian Trading Post
· Shopping in Billings on the way home
· Leaving after breakfast in the morning, you’ll be home late in the afternoon 

HORSE RANGE/FRANNIE’S TACK SHOP (no charge – minimum 4 guests)
· Visit the Wild Horse Range Museum in Lovell, WY
· Travel through the Wild Horse Range to Devil’s Lookout
· BBQ Lunch at Barry’s Landing and Boat Launch
· Visit Caroline Lockhart ranch
· Stop at Frannie’s Tack Shop on the way back to the ranch
· Leave after breakfast for Lovell and return sometime late in the afternoon

COOKE CITY – RED LODGE SHOPPING/SIGHTSEEING (~$40.00 per person – minimum 4 guests)
· Bridger to Cooke City via the Chief Joseph Scenic Highway
· Browse through Cooke City followed by BBQ Lunch at Cooke City
· Travel to Red Lodge via the Beartooth Highway (described as the prettiest drive in the country)
· Shop and browse around Red Lodge before heading back to the ranch
· Leave after breakfast and return sometime late in the afternoon

Please review the above “off-ranch” activities. We will give you the opportunity to sign-up for any of these activities when you arrive at the ranch. However, after reviewing them, if you want to sign-up now, please complete the attached form and return to us.
You will also note on the attached form we have a place for all of your arrival information. Please take the time to complete this information to ensure we meet you at the proper time.

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Lonesome Spur Ranch
Tour Code: WRMT06
8 days / 7 nights ~$1,650.00
Dates: April to Nov

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Difficulty : Riding Level (Click for legend) Lodging: Standard
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Tack: Western
Horses: Quarter horses
Pace: Depend on activities to be done Walk T...

Airport: Billings MT or Cody WY
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Riding Level Explained
A Beginner
Beginner A rider who has limited experience, is unable to post the trot and does not canter.
B Novice
Novice A rider who is capable of mounting and dismounting unassisted, capable of applying basic aids, comfortable and in control at the walk, moderate length posting trots, and short canters.
C Intermediate
Intermediate A rider who has a firm seat, is confident and in control at all paces (including posting trots, two point canters and gallops), but does not ride regularly.
D Strong Intermediate
Strong Intermediate An intermediate rider who is currently riding regularly and is comfortable in the saddle for at least 6 hours per day.
E Advanced
All of the above, plus an independent seat, soft hands, and capable of handling a spirited horse in open country.
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