Working ranch vacations, The Hideout Guest Ranch, offers the ultimate in USA vacations

BY Jody Dahl | Fri 10 Feb, 2012

Come to The Hideout Lodge and Guest Ranch to experience a 100-year-old, 300,000 acre upscale working guest ranch that is managed by the unique combination of a 4th generation Wyoming ranching family and the well-traveled European side of the family managing the guest ranch and hospitality side of business.

You do not need to travel outside of the United States to reach great dining that is in tune with the latest international culinary trends or to enjoy genuine, almost customized attention. Limited to 25 guests per week, The Hideout hosts a variety of people from all over the globe who bond during a diverse, unforgettable experience in Wyoming. Although The Hideout is located in one of the most remote and least culturally-diverse areas of the state, it is not unusual to hear up to six different languages being spoken amongst the guests and staff.

In addition to working cattle with the cowboys or taking part in scenic rides in one of the most spectacular settings in the West, you can enjoy a professional-grade trapshooting range, fly-fishing in barely touched rivers and creeks, canoeing and hiking. In the evenings, guests who would like to experience some local Western color are taken in vintage cars or by horse and carriage to a rustic local bar that was recently featured on one of Europe’s most popular travel channels. The Hideout involves everyone in this little Wyoming town of 83 people to enrich the guest experience. 

As part of a bigger, well-established travel itinerary you can combine six nights at The Hideout Lodge and Guest Ranch with a visit to Cody, Wyo. There you can stay in the beautifully renovated Chamberlin Inn boutique hotel, visit Western shops in Cody, attend the Cody Nite Rodeo and expand your journey to Yellowstone National Park and Jackson Hole, Wyo. to get a taste of the country that is famous throughout the world.

You do not need to travel outside of the United States to enjoy cultural diversity; it is possible to travel to Wyoming, one of the most conservative states in America, and get a surprising, authentic and invigorating taste of what the West has to offer.

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