• Get a Taste of the West at 4 Ranches in the Steamboat Springs Area.

    Spend a day or a week in settings inspired by the true American West.

     
    POSTED January 8, 2019
     

    Vista Verde Guest Ranch

Located at the base of the Mt. Zirkel Wilderness and the Continental Divide on 38 acres, Elk River Guest Ranch hosts up to 15 guests in the summer, fall and winter. Horses are the heart and soul of the ranch, while other ranch activities take advantage of the natural surroundings such as hiking, mountain biking, fishing, kayaking and rafting right out the back door. Rates are all-inclusive in summer and can be lodging only during other seasons.  

Vista Verde Guest Ranch blends AAA Four Diamond amenities and authentic western hospitality. Authentic log cabins with master suites are a highlight along with activities such as a horse program, fly fishing, mountain biking, hiking, rock climbing, stand-up paddleboarding, photography, yoga, rafting, kayaking, and culinary adventures. Rates are allinclusive. 

The Home Ranch, a Relais & Chateauxaffiliated guest ranch, offers multi-sport adventures, horseback riding vacations and Orvis-endorsed fly fishing. The property also features well-appointed cabins, swimming, hiking and yoga during summer months and cross-country skiing, tu bing, sleigh rides and backcountry skiing in the winter. Pork, herbs, flowers and much more are raised onsite and used extensively in the ranch’s culinary program. 

Only 14 miles from downtown Steamboat Springs, Saddleback Ranch is a fourth generation, 8,000-acre working cattle ranch that is perfect for a day trip. Choose from horseback riding, sleigh rides, snowmobiling, ATV tours, hunting, tubing and cattle drives. 

Mathew Yamali’s recipe for freedom, travel, food and happiness led to the Roll It Up Sushi Truck.

 

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Hotel bars have quickly become chic city hotspots and in Plano, these properties are no exception. Even locals find themselves visiting hotel bars for their trendy atmospheres and excellent drinks and bar bites. Whether or not you’re staying at the hotel, make sure to stop by one of these swanky spots for happy hour or an after-dinner drink.

 

Under Canvas Tucson has introduced a winter glamping experience from December through April at America’s oldest dude ranch, Tanque Verde Ranch. Situated amongst the Rincon Mountains and adjacent to Saguaro National Park and Coronado National Forest, the 640- acre ranch serves as the backdrop for 26 safari-style tents. Guests have access to the ranch’s on-site amenities, including La Sonora Spa, an outdoor pool, a fitness center, food and beverage outlets and many activities.