Our Cattle Drives Location in Montana
We recommend flying into Billings Logan International Airport. Below and to the right are the airport location and the Wyoming office location. The ranch location is at the bottom of this page. If you have any questions, please give Kristen a call at the office. 307-548-6688
Cattle Drive Pickup
We pick up our cattle drive vacation guests at the Billings Logan International Airport, the Dude Rancher Lodge, and the Best Western Clocktower Inn on the Sunday of your arrival at 4:00 P.M. and drive to the ranch. We return our guests to Billings the next Saturday by 12:00 noon. If you require different arrangements for your cattle drive holiday, those arrangements should be made with Kristen when you book your Montana cattle drive reservation.
Dryhead Ranch Location
Dryhead Ranch and its cattle drives in Montana are located 35 miles north of the Montana-Wyoming border in the center of Dryhead country. We drive three hours through some great historic attractions on the way to the ranch, which are: Pryor Mountain Wild Mustang Reserve, Big Horn Canyon Recreation Area, Caroline Lockhart Ranch and the scenic views of the Big Horn Mountains as well as the Pryor Mountains. The last 15 miles are a graded dirt road that can be difficult to drive on in wet conditions without a 4×4 wheel drive vehicle. All wheel drive cars of any kind are not recommended. Our ranch pick up service will meet those who choose to drive so you can follow us to the ranch and convenient for those who fly into Billings Logan International Airport.
The 1062 Road 15 in Lovell is our Wyoming office location. Iris and Kristen work and answer the phone and return email from this office. 307-548-6688 is the number you can call to make your reservation or have any questions answered.
One of my favorite images from MT last summer at the Dryhead Ranch was chosen as the Opening Shot in this month’s February 2020 issue of Western Horseman magazine! Watching James ride Yeller and rope his calf was truly one of the highlights of my trip. The determination and seriousness on his face is priceless! Lol Good thing two grown cowboys were nearby to help out. -Pam Gabriel Photography
The future belongs to the few that are still willing to get their hands dirty. Thanks to all the farmers and ranchers for keeping us well fed. -PhyllisBurchettPhoto
So excited to open the May edition of Western Horseman magazine April 2020. It be honest, during all of the craziness that is currently happening, it’s been very hard for me to stay positive about my small business. The opening shot couldn’t have come at a better time for me! Stay healthy and happy, my friends! I hope to photograph you all in the coming months. -Hilary Bishop