You Can Be a Part of The Western Heritage Too

“Having a passion for horses, outdoors and especially the mountain areas, I have finally found the ranch that will allow me to share my dream. “

-Chris Cox-

Mixing family, friends, and horsemanship while accompanied by the some of the most spectacular views in the world, there is no other place with the perfect balance of all of these than the Triangle C Ranch. Harnessing a passion to educate and motivate all ages through horsemanship and leadership, this ranch will change many lives. While protecting and continuing the rich history of the Triangle C Ranch we are constantly enhancing the ranch with even more qualities, most recently by implementing safe and effective Horsemanship programs.

Just as important as working for the good life, is finding a place to enjoy it. The answer is at Triangle C Guest Ranch, nestled in the Rocky Mountains between Jackson Hole and Dubois, Wyoming, right off Highway 26, which leads you to the natural wonders of Grand Teton National Park and Yellowstone National Park. For family and guest ranch vacations, you can’t beat Wyoming.

Breathe in the fresh Alpine air, taste the crystal clear waters, feel the wind in your hair as you live the dream of that cowboy inside you. Kick the city dust off your boots and enjoy the spirit of the West at Triangle C Ranch! For all-inclusive family guest ranch vacations in Wyoming, there’s none better!

Packed days full of riding, hiking, fishing, cattle working, horsemanship clinics, wildlife watching, eating hearty meals, dancing, sitting by the campfire and making new friends for a lifetime there is no limit to the cowboy way of life!

For all-inclusive family and guest ranch vacations in Wyoming, there’s none better!

Cowboy up and make your reservation today!

 

Whether you’re about luxury ranch vacations or enjoy the “roughing-it” experience… we tailor your stay to your needs.

Call for more information and to make a reservation

(307) 455-2225

We are permittees of Yellowstone and Grand Teton Nations Parks, the Shoshone National Forest and the Bureau of Land Management.

Ranch approved by the Dude Ranchers’ Association.