Hunting in the Tetons can be the greatest experience of your life!
The rutting bull elk in September is one of the most exciting experiences any hunter can have. When you step into the mountains in the fall in this part of the rocky mountain region it almost takes your breath away. The thrill of a bugling bull elk coming into bow range is an amazing feeling. There are a lot of great guides in the Teton range. You should be able to find one available for your needs here at Tetons.biz Visit Trophy mountain outfitters/horse creek ranch here, or search more outfitters below.
If you are adventurous, you could go buy a tag and hunt solo. There are thousands of square miles of national forest in the area. You can buy Idaho elk tags over the counter. Wyoming frequently has some leftover tags, or you could apply for the tag of your life in Montana. There are some areas in back country units of Wyoming where you are required to have a guide if you are a non resident.
Mill Iron Ranch is located 10.5 miles south of Jackson on Highway 89-191. From the Albertsons grocery store, go straight south 10.5 miles. You will see a Blue and White Highway sign on the right hand side of the Highway that say Mill Iron Ranch, Tourist Activities. Turn left onto Horse Creek Road, and come up that road 1.2 miles where you will see the Mill Iron Ranch entrance gate.
We are one of the only locally owned and operated horseback rides and hunting operations in Jackson Hole. Our Ranch is bordered on three sides by the Bridger Teton National Forest, and the second Largest State Ran Elk Feed Yard in Wyoming. Our unique location in the Horse Creek Valley provides us and our guests with unparalleled trail riding, hunting, and fishing opportunities.
Our horseback rides are unmatched in elevation and scenery. We provide the only True Mountain Horseback Trail Rides in Jackson Hole. Our Horses are born and raised on our Ranch.
Here at the Mill Iron Ranch, The Wheeldon Family will show you Jackson Hole at its finest, the way it should be from the back of a horse.