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Welcome to The Hideout

The Hideout Lodge & Guest Ranch is an all inclusive working cattle, riding, fly-fishing and adventure guest ranch in Shell, WY (east of Cody and Yellowstone National Park). Families, adults and single travelers from around the world return to The Hideout each year for a world-class riding,
working cattle and adventure guest ranch experience on our 300,000 acre ranch. In addition to riding, working cattle and fly-fishing, we offer an array of non-riding activities and adventures such as trapshooting, canoeing, hiking, biking, 4x4 tours, etc.

Limited to approximately 25 guests per week, we are committed to the highest standards of culinary experience, lodging, staff (we speak 4 languages,) horses and personal, almost customized attention.

4X4 Mountain Tours

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4×4 Scenic Tours in The Big Horn Mountains

mountain-tours1During the summer season, when the mountain trails are open, we take out guests on a regular basis to explore The Big Horn Mountains lakes, scenery and high country. Usually we pack a nice picnic with wine, cheese, and fruit to enjoy at one of the many beautiful spots. This little initiative has become pretty popular over the last couple of years, especially on Thursdays when some of the riding muscles are starting to make themselves known. The Hideout has 2 off-road vehicles available for these trips. Our popular Red Dragon, a 1993 heavy duty Suburban, and a red 2010 Jeep Unlimited Rubicon boasting a serious winch for the heavy pulling, are the two options available depending on the number of people and terrain being covered. Our main guide for these excursions is Peter, who is filled with information on the Big Horn Mountains, wildlife, ranching, plants, forests and history. Don’t forget your camera on these tours so that you can show off your pictures to those who were out riding! During these tours you cover terrain and areas that are too far away on horseback so there is sure to be some jealousy among your riding companions.