From their press release:
“The nearly 300 square miles of deeded and permitted lands stretch far and away from civilization. From the mountain forests, grasslands, spring creeks, and alpine mesas, the ranch is a mecca for wildlife. At an altitude of starting around 5,000 feet, original homesteaders settled here in the 1880’s, and in many regards the landscape hasn’t changed much. Guests will experience miles and miles of horseback riding trails, equestrian fun and games, a choice of lodging styles,gracious hospitality, great food, yoga or cooking classes, birding, mountain biking, fly fishing, bird hunting, and attention to detail. Guests can even learn how to throw a lasso, rope a calf, and slap a brand on it, or use a horse and a GPS to try the hottest new sport in the Rockies, equestrian geocaching. Go at your own pace and explore the wonders of the ranching life the way it was intended to be. Enjoy bountiful meals, make great new friends with our wranglers and staff, comfortably handle a horse, learn about ranching, and sleep peacefully under our star filled skies.”
You can check out the High Lonesome Ranch website for more information, and you can book a stay at High Lonesome Ranch through Frontiers Travel at 800-245-1950.