Articles Tagged 'The Hideout Lodge & Guest Ranch'

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Ten Ranch Vacations for Cowgirls

Gather up your female friends and family for these ladies-only ranch getaways. By Karen Braschayko Whether lifelong best friends, sisters or recently bonded coworkers, sharing a love of horses and a desire to retreat in nature is fertile ground for a great cowgirl getaway. These vacations are ...

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Six Guest Ranches with Photography Workshops in 2017

Enlarge your photography skills with beautiful horses, diverse natural settings and expert coaches by combining a dude ranch stay with a unique photography retreat. By Karen Braschayko When it comes to vacations, personal wishes fall on a spectrum. Where some want a pool chaise with a beautifu...

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The Hideout Lodge & Guest Ranch- Top Pick for Solo Travelers

With a limit of around 25 riders weekly, this Shell, Wyoming working ranch east of Yellowstone National Park welcomes many solo travelers, most of whom are horse owners or are active riders. by Darley Newman Equestrians appreciate The Hideout Lodge & Guest Ranch’s Authentic Horsemans...

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Cattle Drives in Wyoming, Kansas, Colorado and Beyond

From Wyoming to Colorado to Kansas, where to participate in cattle drives on your next vacation. by Darley Newman We've received several inquiries in the last few days about where to participate in a cattle drive vacation. While all of these destinations we've highlighted in the E...

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Ranch Recipe- Apple Berry Cobbler from The Hideout

Looking to warm up and indulge this holiday season? The Hideout Lodge & Guest Ranch, a longtime Wyoming dude ranch, shares a ranch recipe for scrumptous Apple Berry Cobbler- a great holiday dessert made with healthy berries!   Apple Berry Cobbler from the Hideout Fruit L...

Equestrian Travel Articles

Horse Ride Teddy Roosevelt’s Trails in the American West

Explore the lands, ride the trails and gaze on same vistas President Theodore Roosevelt did as he fought to preserve the American West. By Karen Braschayko We know him as Teddy, though he greatly disliked the nickname, and he’s the reason the term “teddy bear” entered our c...