A Country Store set in the Foothills of the majestic Big Horn Mountains. Offers a country feeling when your looking for a rest stop. Has anything you would desire from gifts to food to everyday needs. Located on US Highway 14, near Shell, Wyoming, Dirty Annie’s is a convenient stop for travelers. Situated on the… Read more »
The Hideout Lodge & Guest Ranch www.thehideout.com is an upscale all-inclusive working cattle, horse and riding guest ranch in Shell, Wyoming – East of Cody and Yellowstone National Park. As a guest ranch we are limited to apprimately 25 riding guests per week. With access to over 650,000 acres in the Big Horn National Forest,… Read more »
Main lodge has central dining and small store. Activities include western line dancing, hayrides, arrowhead hunting, cookouts and wildlife viewing. The Ranch is nestled at the entrance to Shell Canyon on the "Western Slope" of the Big Horn Mountains, just 75 miles west of Sheridan, Wyoming and 20 miles east of Greybull, Wyoming. Shell… Read more »
Base of the Big Horn Mountains, small independently locally owned campground that is quiet and clean. All cabins have their own attached private bathroom. Complimentary wifi, coin-operated laundry.
Built in 1929 by the Wyeth pharmaceuticals family, The Lodge at Trapper Creek was designed as a posh summer home and hunting lodge for their Trapper Creek Ranch. Currently the lodge is a private home but vacation rentals are available on the property. Please visit www.trapper-creek-guest-ranch.com or www.thehideout.com Also nearby is the original ranch house… Read more »
Lazy Spring Ranch is vacation rental home set amid an active 300-acre cattle ranch located just over a mile from the western face of the Big Horn Mountains. Crossed by Beaver Creek, the ranch rests in the heart of one of the first homesteads in Shell Valley. Constructed in 2010, the residence includes 6 bedrooms,… Read more »
11 miles Northeast of Shell, Wyoming, on U.S. Highway 14. (-107.6152 x 44.5867) Elevation is 6,400. Shell Creek tumbles down steeply pitched granite and then is soothed and gentled downstream into a quietly running creek. Visit with our world-famous singing interpreters at the visitor center located at the Shell Falls Overlook. Restroom facilities available. Adequate parking facilities… Read more »
Backway Basics The South Big Horn/Red Wall Scenic Backway is a horseshoe-shaped, 102-mile route that explores the southern end of the Big Horn Mountain Range. It begins and ends by leaving U.S. 20/26 in central Wyoming west of Casper and east of Shoshone. The Backway is mostly a gravel road, passable for most high-clearance… Read more »