Summer Cattle Drive

The Bitterroot cattle spend the summer starting in July grazing on the adjacent national forest land. The summer drive week includes one day of pushing the herd to their grazing allotment, with additional opportunities for cow work during the week. The rest of the rides are spent on the trail in the spectacular landscape of this unique area.

View a video from the cattle drive week here.

Sample Itinerary

Day 5, Thursday, July 1: Gather the herd and trail the cows and calves (around 450 head) into the Shoshone National Forest.

Day 6, Friday, July 2: Morning and afternoon varied trail rides, in the forest or plains. Experience the diversity of the vast open spaces of Wyoming.

Day 7, Saturday, July 3: Picnic ride into the forest, which for some groups will involve checking up on the cattle.

Day 8, Sunday, July 4: Breakfast and departure.