Location: Located in a secluded valley at the mouth of Jakey's Fork Canyon. The CM is 2 miles off of Highway 26/287. 6 miles southwest of Dubois Wyoming Altitude: 7000 feet Season: Mid-June to mid-September. Guest stays are Sunday to Sunday, one-week minimum. Accommodations: Large, well-kept lawns, aspen, and cottonwoods surround 14 log cabins along Jakey's Fork, a branch of the Wind River. Cabins have one, two or three bedrooms; rustic wood furniture, wood-burning stoves; and comfortable porches with views of the creek, meadows and mountains. Three beautifully decorated log houses with full amenities sleep up to nine people. Activities: It is not necessary to know how to ride before coming to the ranch. Excellent instruction is provided as needed. Each person is furnished with a horse matched to his or her ability. The CM has an exceptionally fine string of horses, both gentle and spirited, suitable for the beginner or the expert rider. Riding is available twice a day except Sunday. Weekly all-day picnic rides to Whiskey Mountain (home to the largest herd of bighorn sheep in North America). Four miles of stream run through the property, so anglers can fish privately for brook, rainbow, and brown trout. Fishing guide available for off-ranch trips (extra), and tackle shop. Ask about the two-night or longer pack trip to Moon Lake in the Wind River Mountains. Children of all ages are welcome. Kids start riding at age five. Full-time kiddie wrangler and baby-sitter on premises. Teenage campout. Dining: The Dining room is decorated with Native American treasures. Menu includes varied meals that are carefully planned, well balanced and healthy. Entertainment: The recreation building has rooms for reading and games, two pianos, table tennis, geology room and library. Weekly music, square dancing in town, volleyball and softball games with guests and crew. Airports: Jackson Hole or Riverton Wyoming. Rental cars available at both airport or we can pick guests up for a fee.