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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.

The Hideout: Adventures in and out of the Saddle!

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Let’s be honest – most folks come to The Hideout to ride all day, every day. There are, however,  some supportive family members and friends who might tag along on one horse-lover’s vacation but have interests that lie in other

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Never been to a rodeo? Well, here’s your chance! In addition to the countless other opportunities and activities we offer to our guests, our wranglers take interested folks in to see the Cody Nite Rodeo each week. The excursion kicks

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Hello to our friends and guests, Although the 2011-12 Wyoming winter was not as long as the previous one, like every other season we areeagerly looking forward to welcoming more of  our 2012 “early season”  Hideout Guests. We work through the

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Here at The Hideout, we have a special sort of announcement this week; our good friend and guest, Mr. Dean Ross, has penned and published the fictional novel West of Sheridan. This honest chronicle of two men traveling through northern

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Phew! It’s only April and we’ve hit the ground running. On our third week of the 2012 guest season and already looking onward to the fourth, it’s becoming quite clear that there is no such thing as a “typical” week

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Bluebirds have been spotted, the deer are migrating towards the slope of the Big Horn Mountains and calving season is all but finished. Puppies, lambs, calves and foals can be seen running through the pastures as fast as their little

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“No worries” is a phrase we like to use to describe our guest experience here at The Hideout Lodge & Guest Ranch. An important part of our worry-free philosophy is being all-inclusive. This means that you know exactly how much a

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Some people think that, unless you stay in the posh town of Jackson, a Wyoming vacation is a rustic cowboy-style retreat where you have to rough and tough it out in the name of authenticity. While that might be true

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Family vacations are increasingly important in this day and age when more families living in scattered locations across North America and the world. With time becoming one of the most important limited resources in today’s hectic world, family vacations are

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