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Rocking Z Guest Ranch

2020 Chevallier Dr, Wolf Creek, MT 59648, USA
| +1 406-465-5534
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Rocking Z Guest Ranch Wolf Creek Montana United States
Rocking Z Guest Ranch Wolf Creek Montana United States
Rocking Z Guest Ranch Wolf Creek Montana United States
Rocking Z Guest Ranch Wolf Creek Montana United States
Rocking Z Guest Ranch Wolf Creek Montana United States
Rocking Z Guest Ranch Wolf Creek Montana United States
Rocking Z Guest Ranch Wolf Creek Montana United States
Rocking Z Guest Ranch Wolf Creek Montana United States
Rocking Z Guest Ranch Wolf Creek Montana United States
Rocking Z Guest Ranch Wolf Creek Montana United States
Rocking Z Guest Ranch Wolf Creek Montana United States
Rocking Z Guest Ranch Wolf Creek Montana United States
Rocking Z Guest Ranch Wolf Creek Montana United States
Rocking Z Guest Ranch Wolf Creek Montana United States
Rocking Z Guest Ranch Wolf Creek Montana United States
Rocking Z Guest Ranch Wolf Creek Montana United States
Rocking Z Guest Ranch Wolf Creek Montana United States
Rocking Z Guest Ranch Wolf Creek Montana United States
Rocking Z Guest Ranch Wolf Creek Montana United States
Rocking Z Guest Ranch Wolf Creek Montana United States

Rocking Z Guest Ranch

This family-owned and -managed 1,000-acre guest ranch in Lewis and Clark County is paradise for riders of all ages looking to improve technique while learning about equine psychology and Western working life. The owners, Zack and Patty Wirth, and two of their six children, all direct descendants of 1860s Montana homesteaders, breed and train quarter horses and hold wide-ranging riding rights on a neighboring ranch of 85,000 acres. Guests, a maximum 20 at a time, ride according to their interest and level; time in the saddle (or bareback) might be spent in the ring, on scenic trail rides, endurance training, or learning to rope and work with the Wirths’ 30 Corientti and Longhorn cattle.

Four cozy rooms of the same size but with different bed configurations have fireplaces and mountain views. The atmosphere is communal and convivial, the hosts dining with guests and taking note of the weather and individual interests to plan activities. Many teen visitors fulfill dreams of unlimited horse time; for non-riding family members or partners there is guided shooting, hiking, and mountain biking. There’s also technical fly-fishing on the Little Prickly Pear Creek, a spawning ground for rainbow and brown trout. For rock hounds, fossil-rich shale cliffs sit just a mile away from the barn and guest rooms.