Western Pleasure Guest Ranch

Western Pleasure Guest Ranch

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JM

Jeannie M. ·
Reviewed July 6, 2013
It was laid back atmosphere and yet stll very clean and professional

JM

Jeannie M. ·
Reviewed July 6, 2013
Everyone, including the dogs and horses were awesome!

SH

Shirley H. ·
Reviewed July 5, 2013
Quiet, serene, relaxing, & fun horseback riding.

What You'll Get


The rugged image of the cowboy is a romanticized portrayal that ignores their oversized glasses and seersucker suits. Live like cowboys should have lived with this Groupon.

Choose from Four Options

  • $60 for a one-night stay for two in the main lodge with breakfast (a $125 value)
  • $110 for a two-night stay for two in the main lodge with breakfast (a $250 value)
  • $75 for a one-night stay for up to four in a cabin (a $150 value)
  • $135 for a two-night stay for up to four in a cabin (a $300 value)<p>

All options include a voucher for $5 off two-hour guided horseback trail rides. Click here for more information on the cabins and lodge.<p>

Western Pleasure Guest Ranch

At the end of a day spent leading trail rides, wrangler Brad Yunek tunes up his guitar and serenades the moon and stars with the help of a fiddler and mandolin player. “I find great joy in song writing. I like to put words and notes together and make people think, smile, and cry,” says Yunek. Steeped in the sounds of the strings, stables that house 40 horses, and views of the Selkirk and Cabinet mountains beyond its fields, Western Pleasure Guest Ranch is a bona fide callback to the American frontier of old.

The 1,100-acre working cattle ranch has passed through five generations; Grandpa Riley purchased the tract of land in 1940. Today, it remains true to its roots, bringing up cattle the old-fashioned way: a diet free of antibiotics, freedom to roam the pastures, and daily exercise on treadmills. At the center of the property is a log-cabin style lodge, hewn from local timber, where six guest rooms and a dining room function as a full-service bed and breakfast and guests enjoy hearty meals of pancakes and scrambled eggs. Outside the lodge, groups can enjoy the relative privacy of individual cabins, equipped with wood stoves for heat and kitchenettes for making rustic stews from fresh pine needles and roasted sap.

Although activities abound throughout the year, warmer temperatures facilitate such outdoor activities as clay-pigeon shooting, archery, and horseback trail rides (a $60 value). On the latter, ranch hands lead small groups of riders on two-hour excursions atop appaloosas as red-tailed hawks often circle overhead, hoping to catch juicy bits of gossip from the elk’s exclusive tea parties.

The Fine Print


Promotional value expires Jun 2, 2013. Amount paid never expires. Must complete travel by 6/1/13 or promotional value expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as a gift. Limit 1 per visit. Valid only for option purchased. Reservation required; subject to availability. 48hr cancellation notice required. Must use promotional value in 1 visit. For cabin options, valid for up to 4 people; extra $10 fee for each additional guest. Not valid for Meadow View Cabin. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

About Western Pleasure Guest Ranch


At the end of a day spent leading trail rides, wrangler Brad Yunek tunes up his guitar and serenades the moon and stars with the help of a fiddler and mandolin player. “I find great joy in song writing. I like to put words and notes together and make people think, smile, and cry," says Yunek. Steeped in the sounds of the strings, stables that house 40 horses, and views of the Selkirk and Cabinet mountains beyond its fields, Western Pleasure Guest Ranch is a bona fide callback to the American frontier of old.

The 1,100-acre working cattle ranch has passed through five generations; Grandpa Gil purchased the tract of land in 1940. Today, it remains true to its roots, bringing up cattle the old-fashioned way: a diet free of antibiotics, freedom to roam the pastures, and daily exercise on treadmills. At the center of the property is a log-cabin style lodge, hewn from local timber, where six guest rooms and a dining room function as a full-service bed and breakfast and guests enjoy hearty meals of pancakes and scrambled eggs. Outside the lodge, groups can enjoy the relative privacy of individual cabins, equipped with wood stoves for heat and kitchenettes for making rustic stews from fresh pine needles and roasted sap.

Although activities abound throughout the year, warmer temperatures facilitate such outdoor activities as clay-pigeon shooting, archery, and horseback trail rides (a $55 value). On the latter, ranch hands lead small groups of riders on two-hour excursions atop appaloosas as red-tailed hawks often circle overhead, hoping to catch juicy bits of gossip from the elk's exclusive tea parties.

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