Nebraska guest ranches

BY Jody Dahl | Sat 25 Aug, 2012

Nebraska guest ranches might not be the most obvious choice for guest ranch vacations, but when you see Top50's Rowse's 1+1 Ranch you'll wonder why you never considered this US state before. Guest ranch vacations at Rowse's 1+1 mean Ranching First - that is, complete immersion into the everyday life of a real working ranch operation. This might be a Nebraska guest ranch, but at Rowse's 1+1 you can expect to get involved with real ranch work and riding.

cowboys herding cattle Cattle drives at Rowse's 1+1 Ranch, Nebraska

That's not to say you won't receive first-rate hospitality and have plenty of time to relax in your surroundings. Being a Nebraska guest ranch, Rowse's 1+1 boasts spectacular scenery thanks to its breathtakingly beautiful location in the heart of the Sand Hills - the largest sand dune formation in all North America and one most productive cattle ranching areas of the world.

Immerse yourself in the romantic vision of the Old West - at this Nebraska guest ranch you'll learn to work cattle, ride the range and experience life as a cowboy on a working cattle ranch. Rowse's 1+1 ranch is strictly adults-only, so you can enjoy peace, quiet and wide open spaces - and no nose-to-tail trail riding in sight!

cowboy roping cattle Learn to rope like a real cowboy at Rowse's 1+1 Ranch, Nebraska

Guest ranch vacations at Rowse's 1+1 mean getting stuck into in all ranch activities, especially riding and cattle work. With up to 6 hours a day in the saddle you can expect to get involved in cattle drives, roundups, brandings, team penning and roping. Says the Nebraska guest ranch: "Guests don’t travel out here to learn to fix fences, but instead to satisfy the cowboy in themselves - riding the range and working cattle. This is an experience you’ll remember forever."

For more information on Nebraska guest ranches, visit the ranch profiles on Top50Ranches.com

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