Welcome to Steen's Mountain Guest Ranch seated at the base of the breathtaking Steen's Mountains, with headquarters in the Diamond valley of Southeastern Oregon. Here are some ideas of what you can experience here:
For those who want to experience what it is like to be a cowboy on a real working cattle ranch. This is the place! We call it “The Authentic Cowboy Experience! ” You will come be part of our crew as we take care of the cattle upon the summer range. You will end up with a few souvenirs (as in sore muscles and tanned faces) to take home, but the real one will be the memories of being part of our crew. Take a look at the link to see what that all entails.
For those who enjoy seeing the wild horses out in their natural habitat, we do Kiger Mustang Experiences. If you like to ride horses and would like to see these Mustangs from horseback, then you will love this! Check out this link to get a feel for what this is all about and the time and dates we will be doing it.
For those coming to the area looking for a quiet place to stay, enjoy some healthy home-cookin' and hear “Tall Cowboy Tales” at the dinner table, this is the place! Ranch Lodging.
Whether you are a beginner, intermediate or seasoned rider, we welcome you! Ride with us and get a scenic view of the Steens Mountains and Diamond Valley on one of our Trail Rides.
One of the things that really sets Steen's Mountain Guest Ranch apart from other Guest Ranches is that we strive to make our experiences very personal. In other words, we work with small numbers of guests at a time.
Whether you are gathering cattle on the mountain with us, photographing wild mustangs out on the range, or relaxing under a sky filled with stars, Steens Mountain Guest Ranch will offer you it all. We invite you to come to Oregon's Buckaroo Country and join us for a one of a kind adventure!
We believe that real cowboy experiences are gained by living the life of a cowboy. And that is exactly what we invite our guests to do at Steens Mountain Guest Ranch — live the life. With us, it’s all about doing, not merely watching.