Wyoming Dude Ranch
Wyoming Dude Ranch: Featured in the Equitrekking Vacation Guide
The Hideout is an upscale working Wyoming dude ranch. Located just east of Yellowstone National Park, this Wyoming guest ranch offers horseback riding, cattle drives, team penning and horsemanship instruction.
Shell, Wyoming near Cody, East Entrance of Yellowstone National Park.
Riding Style/ Ability
Beginner to Advanced
Rates & Payment Methods
$416 / $539 a night, all inclusive – 4 nights minimum stay required.
We accept Visa, American Express, MasterCard, Cash, Checks, Wire Transfers
Why Equitrekking’s Top 20?
You may have heard that “cowboys are a dying breed.” Not so at The Hideout Lodge & Guest Ranch at Flitner Ranch. Spend days helping out on real cattle drives with old-school cowboys. Enjoy nights in upscale accommodations with delightful culinary experiences that compete with the best of resorts worldwide.
From the Horse’s Mouth
This upscale Wyoming guest ranch welcomes only 25 riders at a time, providing an intimate Western experience. The Hideout takes pride in its large number of returning guests, among them, many Europeans who come to ride and explore The American West.
There’s lots of land to roam. The Hideout and The Flitner Ranch cover approximately 250,000 acres. Cattle-work at this Wyoming working ranch is the real deal with approximately 1,200 head of Black Angus, their calves and yearlings.
Most of the horses are owned and trained by The Hideout staff, including a string of Mustangs. All of these horses are fine-tuned and conditioned prior to the start of the season and are looked after with extreme care by a specialized horse vet. This Wyoming dude ranch even has their own Ferrier on staff.
Guests enjoy high-end pampering and excellent food created by Le Cordon Bleu and Culinary schooled chefs at this Wyoming dude ranch.
The Hideout boasts some of the best Wyoming fly fishing. Other activities include trap shooting, dinosaur and fossil hunting, mountain biking, hiking, 4×4 Scenic Tours in The Big Horn Mountains, local rodeos, cross-country skiing, cooking classes, chocolate making, art & music, horse training and Yellowstone guided visits.