Close

RESERVE DUDE RANCH VACATION:

  • 3 + 3 =

Welcome – Home page content

Welcome to The Hideout

The Hideout Lodge & Guest Ranch is an all-inclusive upscale working cattle, riding, fly-fishing and adventure guest ranch in Shell, WY (east of Cody and Yellowstone National Park). In addition to riding, working cattle and fly-fishing, we offer an array of non-riding activities and adventures such as trapshooting, archery, canoeing, hiking, biking, 4x4 tours, etc.

Limited to approximately 25 guests per week from all over the world and with access to 85 horses, a 1:1 staff / guest ratio and the owners and management actively involved with the well-being of our guests, we are committed to the highest standards of culinary experience, lodging, staff (we speak 4 languages), horses and personal, almost customized attention. We are very multi-cultural and diverse.

Every year The Hideout books long before the start of the season, mostly because of word of mouth and returning guests. As we do not plan to increase the number of guests per week please book your vacation long ahead of the season.

And the Winner is…

The Hideout Blog

After partnering up with Top 50 Ranches for a 4-night giveaway here at The Hideout, a winner has been chosen! The lucky gal that will be joining us for her dream vacation this season is Farrah R., a mother of 3 sons who rode as a child and is looking to get back in touch with her passion for horses. We’re very excited about the outcome of the contest and can’t wait to meet Farrah this season!

After seeing the Top 50 Ranches contest on Twitter, Farrah knew it was the perfect opportunity to get back in the saddle after many years of not riding. As a child, she grew up with grandparents who were serious horsemen; they gave Farrah her first horse, an Arabian named Zemar, when she was seven years old. With the guidance and knowledge of her grandparents, Farrah went on to own and care for two other horses at her parents’ Michigan home.

As she entered her teens, Farrah admits that her interest in horses faded away and she spent quite a few years out of the saddle until her 2006 honeymoon. Upon recently losing both of her grandparents, the people who inspired Farrah’s love for horses at a young age, she decided to enter the Top 50/Hideout contest. She explains, “I feel like this is my time to say goodbye to [my grandparents] as well as rediscover my love of riding.”

We are thrilled to be hosting Farrah and can’t wait to help her get reacquainted with her lost love of riding and horses!

Posted in The Hideout News