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Spend your Holidays at The High Lonesome Ranch

Spend Your Holidays at High Lonesome Ranch

This year treat yourself to a special gathering of family or a group of friends at the ranch over the holiday season. Pick the perfect time for your party from Thanksgiving through New Years – and enjoy comfortable western elegant lodgings for the whole group. All of our seasonal activities are available to you on an a la carte basis; such as hiking, trail rides, wagon rides, wing shooting, sporting clays, eco-tours, cooking classes, fly-fishing expeditions, yoga, and more.

We are offering four of our most popular lodgings at special pricing. Pick your dates and your number of nights (four night minimum) for the time period, let us prepare and serve you our famous farm-to-table contemporary western cuisine by our Executive Chef or you can choose to prepare your own meals if you prefer for extra savings or flexibility. Families and groups of friends come in all sizes and our guest lodgings do too. Your group may prefer to be close to the action or slightly farther off the beaten path for some seclusion. Our lodging options provide something perfect for everyone.

The Guest House 

A large comfortable ranch house with 8 bedrooms and 8 baths. This tri-level home features a huge kitchen, great room with pool table, card table, large flat panel TV, WIFI, living room, dining area and porch. 16 guests can be accommodated with elegance and comfort.

The Pond House 

Our Pond House is aptly named for the large trout pond just outside the front door. The views across the North Dry Fork Valley are grand and provide a great view of grazing deer and an occasional elk. The house itself is tri-level with 5 bedrooms, 5 baths, WIFI, flat screen TV and more. Maximum occupancy is 10. The large comfortable kitchen and dining room are great for meal prep, dining, or just visiting.

The Homestead Cabin 

Located further up the Dry Fork Valley this quaint 3 bedroom, 2.5-bath cabin has it all. It is secluded with peaceful scenic views and has a trout pond out the front door. Enjoy all the creature comforts with the full kitchen, dining and living room. Maximum 6 guests.

The Creekside Cabin

Located close to the main ranch headquarters yet with a secluded feel with tons of acreage this comfortable two-story home offers three bedrooms and 3 baths. One bedroom is a king and the other two can either be 2 twin beds or one king each.

Some of the available a la carté seasonal activities

Book now or call or email for further details. 970.283.9420,

The High Lonesome Ranch properties also include the K-T Ranch in Meeker, Colorado.

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The mission statement for the High Lonesome describes a "model of sustainability" that preserves stewardship of a large western landscape, maintains biodiversity and ecological connectivity, enhances the lives of wildlife and fish, and preserves and restores degraded habitat while allowing a mix of uses - primarily ranching, recreation, and research.