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   A Unique Wyoming
   Guest Ranch Experience

Intimate . Exquisite . Spectacular

Red Reflet Guest Ranch is a guest ranch vacation for the senses. It’s where a few hardworking individuals have mastered the art of hospitality to showcase some of Wyoming’s most breathtaking scenery and recreational offerings. Year round, guests can wake up in well-appointed luxury cabins surrounded by million dollar views of the red and coral-colored Chugwater formation sandstone cliffs and the contrasting blue and white snow-capped peaks of the Bighorn National Forest. Handpicked by the on-site ranch owners, Bob and Laurence Kaplan, each staff member is among the best in their respective fields--whether it’s horseback riding, range shooting, fly-fishing, aerial sight-seeing or the art of preparing world-class cuisine. Regardless of group size, ages or length of stay, the Red Reflet Guest Ranch experience is a vivid, once-in-a-lifetime ranch vacation guests keep coming back for year after year.

About The Ranch

What People Are Saying...

Wonderful Oasis in the Wild West

If you're looking for traditional R&R plus recreation, then Red Reflet is perfect for you. My friend and I stayed in the Panorama chalet for two nights, and we had an amazing time from the second we checked in at the lodge and were served a delicious lunch (squash soup and avocado salad with shrimp from Alaska), to the second we checked out (after another delicious lunch of elk steak salad and fresh fruit smoothies). The food is incredible, but the best part of the property is the location. 360-degree views of red (the rock), white (the clouds, or in our case in April, the snow), blue (the mountains in the distance), and green -- the sage.

Trip Advisor


April 25, 2016

Summer Branding

Summer brings a lot of activity to the cattle operation, including branding the calves born in the spring and moving them up the mountain to their summer grazing area at high elevation. Guests can participate in a variety of ways, from moving cattle on horseback to learning to rope and brand the calves.  
April 20, 2016

Elk & Deer Hunting