The Dog Mushing Experience – Learn to drive If you are really looking for a great experience our mushers will let you drive. Call ahead and book this experience as it takes a little longer and we will put you with the right guide and take a little extra time to train you and let you drive.
Experience dogsledding at Heart Six Ranch and Buffalo Valley Ranch with beautiful vistas of the Grand Teton Mountains along the Buffalo Fork River on trails through Bridger-Teton National Forest. Our experienced mushers are even available to teach you how to drive our Alaskan dogsled teams.
Heart Six Ranch is located in Bridger-Teton National Forest and closest to Jackson, Wyoming. We provide half day and full day snowmobile rides on the Continental Divide trails with trips with great views and fabulous destinations such as Brooke’s Lake Lodge on the Shoshone National Forest.
Enjoy a relaxing float trip in Grand Teton National Park starting at the Upper Snake River and floating slowly down the river through wildlife such as Buffalo, Elk, Bears, Eagles, and Wolves.
Experience a trail ride for beginners to experts on real Wild West horses used in the Wilderness of the Bridger Teton National Forest with vistas of the beautiful Grand Teton Mountains.
Kick back and relax while you wade through the Buffalo Fork River in Bridger Teton National Park right from your gateway Yellowstone Lodging. Our guides know where the Trout live and love their jobs. Let them teach you the secrets.
Teddy Roosevelt’s favorite hunting camp, Two Ocean Pass is available each year for a very special limited hunt elk hunt and thus is our most exclusive and second difficult activity. “The mere fair-weather hunter, who trusts entirely to the exertions of others, and does nothing more than ride or walk about under favorable circumstances, and shoot at what somebody else shows him, is a hunter in name only.” Teddy Roosevelt
Imagine traveling by horse and mule to Two Ocean Pass where the parting of the waters splits into the tributaries of the rivers that feed the Pacific and Atlantic Oceans. Travel into the Wilderness to lands that are rare, wild places where one can retreat from civilization, reconnect with the Earth, and find healing, meaning and significance. One of the greatest pleasures of life is viewing the splendor of the Milky Way in a vast island of the natural wilderness.
Fly fish with our experienced guides where mountain man Jim Bridger told of the tale of the “Two Ocean Pass,” a place on the headwaters of the Yellowstone where creeks crossed the Continental Divide and in 1891 the U.S. Fish Commission finally found. Stand on the bank of either fork of the Atlantic Creek, just above the “place or the patron of the waters” and watch the stream pursue its rapid but dangerous and uncertain course of the “Great Continental Divide”. This is the best fly-fishing in the world.
The Buffalo Valley Ranch BuffaloValleyRanch.com is home to the Wrangling of the Heart Six Ranch herd of horses during the summer months. On most summer day around 7 a.m. and again in the late afternoon the ground will begin to shake and the dust will begin to build as the 100 plus horses of the Heart Six herd stampede their way down the Buffalo Valley Road and off to the 1000 acres encircled by over 7 miles of fence home to the oldest herd in Jackson Hole Wyoming. So grab the family and head to the Buffalo Valley Cafe early for a huckleberry milkshake or a craft beer on screened in porch and enjoy the best view of this amazing show.
The Heart Six Ranch HeartSixRanch.com is home to the Bronze Boot Bar which was salvaged from the Demaris Hotel in Cody, Wyoming. The bar is over 100 years old and has hosted famous celebrities as Roy Rogers and John Wayne and Presidents including Harry Truman. Come join us for dinner at the Heart Six Ranch and a drink at this world famous bar.
The Buffalo Valley Cafe BuffaloValleyRanch.com is famous in these parts for the authentic food which is best judged by the number of “Wyoming Cowboys” you can catch grabbing a meal in the early mornings. Since 1906 between 7 and 8 a.m. on most summer mornings you can catch the wranglers of Heart Six Ranch driving over 100 horses across the front porch of this world famous cowboy cafe.