More than a Wyoming dude ranch, we invite you to join us in the activities of our historical, working cattle ranch. You’ll get to enjoy riding, working cattle and camping out under brilliant Wyoming skies, breathing in the fresh mountain air and taking in the vast beauty of the Bighorn Mountains.
If you like trail riding, you’ll love riding for a purpose. At Klondike, 90% of our spring, summer and fall work is spent on horseback, working cattle every day. We also offer amazing historical tours, top-notch fishing and experiences like you’ve never imagined. Yep, every day is a new adventure!
While you help us get our job done, you also get to experience beautiful Wyoming scenery with the amenities of a guest ranch, without riding in single-file lines. Every time there is a job to do, you will be our “right-hand man”, helping gather and trail cattle.
Good time to go
June 1st through Sept 30th
Children at the Ranch
Great for children aged 14 and over
Because of our style of riding, we are unable to accommodate younger children. We spend a lot of the time riding in the mountains with the cattle and have found that it is too demanding for the younger kids. We recommend children be at least 14 years old when they come to the ranch.
Minimum age children can ride
14 and over
hiking, outdoor play area, cookouts, campouts
Environmental & Social Practices
We are a cattle ranch who makes our living from protecting the enviroment, land, grass and water.
We support the local weekly rodeos and our annual Johnson County fair and rodeo, and for the past 25 years, have awarded the owner of the Grand Champion Steer a beltbuckle.
We work with the National Forest to maintain a good pasture rotation with our livestock, to protect the reparian areas and ensure a good plant dersivity both in the uplands, as well as the reparian areas.
Klondike is an historic cattle ranch established in 1886. The ranch is nestled in the midst of the most unspoiled and beautiful country in America. This is the American West, as it once was – rugged, friendly and unchanging.
In the 1920s, Klondike Ranch was purchased by the Tass family and has offered guests an authentic Western adventure ever since. In the early years, 1930s, Klondike accommodated up to 75 guests at a time and had over 100 horses. Today we limit the number of our guests to 10 or fewer at a time, with 20 head of horses.