Triangle C Ranch, Wyoming

Make tracks to Triangle C Ranch for an inspiring dose of wilderness, wildlife, pristine rivers, and majestic mountain views.

Calendar-like photography surrounds Triangle C Ranch (800/661-4928; www.trianglec.com). Within view are the Pinnacles and Absaroka Ranges; the pristine Wind River flows through the ranch. The comfortable log lodge is welcoming in both its décor and majestic mountain views. Enjoy this bonus photo album from our trip! (For an in-the-saddle account of the trek to Triangle C Ranch, and more photos, pick up the November-December ’08 issue of The Trail Rider.)

There are carriage and wagon excursions for those who prefer to be passengers on their equine adventure.

A ranch wrangler helps a guest prepare for a ride.

Guests work their way up a draw during a trail ride.

Riders Charlene Krone and Kym Elam work through a sage brush field with the Absaroka Mountains as a back drop.­

Guests splash through a river crossing on a Wind River ride.

Wrangler Scott Zimmerman splashes through the Wind River on a hot summer afternoon.

The hot food and friendly smiles that greet guests at the end of the Breakfast Ride make it a favorite Triangle C experience

After a brisk morning ride, cowboy balladeer Ray Callaway belts out cowboy tunes during breakfast.

Buddy impresses the ranch’s guests on the Krones’ final morning at Triangle C Ranch.

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