You've seen GAYOT's Top 10 Ranches in the U.S. list. Here are a few more decadently wild dude ranches to keep you feeling right at home on the range.
C Lazy U Guest Ranch
summer seems the obvious season to visit a ranch, C
Lazy U Guest Ranch likes to emphasize its winter season.
Bar H Bar Ranch
The nearly 12,000-acre ranch sits at the edge of the Caribou National Forest, home to elk and moose. Guests stay in rooms in the original ranch bunkhouse and dine on family-style meals
Mountain Sky Guest Ranch
Sprawling across 8,000 wooded acres, this ranch enjoys a perfect location for horseback riding and hiking.
The 63 Ranch
back to 1863, The 63 Ranch was the first dude ranch
in Montana to be declared a National Historic Monument.
The Ranch at Rock Creek
Located on 6,600 acres of untamed Montana wilderness, this (almost) all-inclusive luxury property offers a great family escape.
Cibolo Creek Ranch
Architecturally, this property wins our vote. Notable on-site attractions include: pioneer ruins and accessible Native American caves.
While most ranches are family-oriented, this one is more so, with its kid-friendly dining, log houses and supervised activities such as roping a "dummy" steer.
If you're looking for a well-rounded getaway, UXU Ranch offers a dose of just about everything.