The scope and scale of this working cattle ranch will refresh and rejuvenate your senses. The expanse of land and sky not only give you beauty, they give perspective. Rolling prairie, alpine meadows, Indian reservation, and high mountain forests provide incredible riding diversity. With the Big Horn Mountains to the west and the high grassy plains to the east the ranch is divided into units which are spread from Hardin, Montana to Sheridan, Wyoming. There is seemingly no end to the open range with cattle grazing on native grassland.
The folks at the Padlock Ranch have been in the ranching business since 1943 when the Scott family put down roots along the Tongue River near the Montana-Wyoming border. The operation has expanded over the years and currently runs over 11,000 reputation beef cattle in an area that encompasses 450,000 acres. The ranch also supports a fine string of horses that know the ropes.
- The Battle of the Little Bighorn Monument is just one of many historical sites and battle fields located in the area.
- The beautiful and spacious Wolf Mountain Bunkhouse has been carefully crafted with log architecture and furnished with cowboy plush décor. Guests enjoy the natural surroundings of this remote location from their private deck or the hot tub. Adults only. Capacity 5 – 10.
- Special requests are considered on a case by case basis.