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Idaho is comprised of rugged and beautiful terrain that stretches from British Columbia to Nevada and Wyoming. The Rocky Mountains cover much of the eastern border of the state, while Hell's Canyon, the deepest canyon in the country, is found along the Oregon and Washington border.

Idaho is a lovely spot for a dude ranch vacation, for the wilderness beckons. Ride through grasslands and along forested trails. Head into the mountains, follow a stream bed, and spend a week as a cowboy. Everywhere there is fresh air and a beautiful natural setting, perfect for a luxury ranch vacation.

Guests of Idaho Dude Ranches may discover Idaho's beauty and diversity from the scenic byways, which lead to some of the most unique attractions in the state: Craters of the Moon National Monument, a surreal landscape of volcanic features such as lava tubes and spatter cones in Central Idaho; Curlew National Grasslands, the only National Grassland in the intermountain west; and the City of Rocks National Reserve, where pioneer inscriptions and wagon ruts are visible among tall, thin granite spires and monoliths.

Indeed, history pervades the state of Idaho. Ghost towns bear witness to the mining industry that once flourished here. Evidence of the earliest inhabitants in Idaho - some 14,000 years ago - is found in the national Archeological Site at Wilson Butte Cave near Twin Falls. Even recent history in Idaho is fascinating; see where Evel Knievel tried to jump the Snake River Canyon on a rocket-powered motorcycle.

Dude Ranch vacations in Idaho may include fishing, rafting, or archery. They may include luxuries like massages or offer a more authentic and rustic cowboy experience. One thing is certain: an Idaho ranch vacation will be unforgettable.

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McGarry Ranches
Rexburg, Idaho Phone: +1 866-593-4455 A working cattle ranch with cattle managed on approx. 55,000 acres in the Rocky Mountains. We only accept 10 guests per week, a chance to get to know everyone. If you wish to experience the lifestyle of the American Cowboy while riding daily in scenic mountains we invite you to come ride with us.
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Western Pleasure Guest Ranch
Sandpoint, Idaho Phone: +1 888-863-9066 At Western Pleasure Guest Ranch, experience the spirit of the west on an All Inclusive Guest Ranch Adventure Vacation. The warm, western hospitality, country gourmet dining, and the beauty of Idahos wilderness will make your guest ranch stay not just a vacation, but a true western experience.
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Red Horse Mountain Ranch
Harrison, Idaho Phone: +1 888-689-9680 Located on 300,000 acres, the ranch is 1.5 hour drive from the Spokane International Airport, near Coeur d'Alene, Idaho. Full service, all-inclusive vacation is available from May through October.
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Diamond D Ranch
Stanley, Idaho Phone: 800-222-1269 The Diamond D Ranch is Idaho's premier all-inclusive guest ranch nestled in the Frank Church Wilderness and surrounded by the Salmon River Mountains. We offer several wonderful activities including horseback riding, fly-fishing, hiking, gold panning, swimming, and many evening festivities.
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Seven Devils Lodge Guest Ranch and Guide Service
Council, Idaho Phone: 208-253-3014 Located in central Idaho, just south of the Seven Devils mountain range, the Seven Devils Lodge lies in a unique area, neighboring jutting canyons, high desert, and soaring mountains. The Seven Devils range runs between the Salmon River and Hells Canyon.
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