Bitterroot Ranch sits in a remote valley bordering the Shoshone National Forest with 50 miles of unspoiled, mountainous wilderness separating the ranch from Yellowstone National Park, where snow-capped mountains are always in view. You seldom see other people since the ranch is located 17 miles from the nearest paved road. Owned by the Fox family, this working guest ranch offers an intimate atmosphere accommodating 25 guests.
Bitterroot welcomes singles, couples and families as well as any level of rider; the ranch offers some truly superb riding in the spectacular scenery of Wyoming. Accommodation is simple yet comfortable cabins; some duplex cabins are also available. Meals at the ranch are served family-style and you can enjoy a salad from the gardens, beef and lamb from the ranch and freshly baked bread.
Rides vary from short morning and afternoon rides to longer rides through the National Forest and all-day picnic rides; advanced riders may have the opportunity to herd cattle that is grazing on the allotment.