In the town of Dubois there is a weekly square dance, a chance to visit the Big Horn Sheep Center and museum and time to browse the attractive western shops along the boardwalk. The property is shaded by the lush green cottonwoods along the East Fork of the Wind River. The contrasting red cliffs of the Wind River Indian Reservation make a unique ranch setting.
The ranch continues to keep the authentic Western flavor of the old sheep and cattle ranch, originally settled by Scottish homesteaders in the 1890’s, in what has become known as Scotch Valley. Many of the cabins and parts of the main lodge and corrals are the original buildings M13546 is known for its extensive riding program.
1. How long has the business been operating and how did it start?
We have owned the ranch for 20 yrs. Our background was in the service industry, the ski areas and backcounrty horse packing business in the Eastern Sierra of California.
2. What is your company's mission?
To provide a memorable, unique experiance, a chance to really get away from the everyday stresses.
3. What does your company specialize in?
We are a horse back riding guest ranch, with hiking, fishing, swimming and solitude.
4. Who is the founder or owner of the company and briefly describe his/her past activities?
The ranch was a guest ranch when we bought it 20 yrs ago. Our background was in the service industry, the ski areas and backcounrty horse packing business in the Eastern Sierra of California
5. What is your most popular travel package and why?
All of our packages are popular.
6. What is the best compliment you received from a client?
I’m still flying high on the memories of my week spent at the M13546. The staff was warm, welcoming, attentive, respectful and just a lot of fun in general. The cabins were great, the lodge was rustic and authentic. The grounds are beautiful and well kept. I appreciated that the staff takes the time to match riders with the horses and that you ride the same horse each day. I also appreciated that they took the time each day to see how each rider was feeling and discuss the plans for the next day. Each ride was different and the scenery was magnificent.