Unforgettable Ranch Vacations

A legendary base for Jackson Hole, Grand Teton National Park and Yellowstone adventures, Turpin Meadow Ranch invites guests to experience unforgettable dude ranch vacations. Enjoy easy access to some of the most iconic sights in Wyoming and a wide range of fun-filled activities in both the Winter and Summer seasons. Enjoy 20 km of groomed Nordic track for skiing, explore the wilderness on horseback or check out the Continental Divide Trail on a snowmobiling jaunt, hike or fat bike excursion. Explore some of our favorite activities below.

Guided Fly-Fishing

Turpin Meadow Ranch provides easy access to one of the premier native cutthroat trout streams in Wyoming on the Buffalo Fork River, which meanders directly through the Ranch. We’re located within the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem, home to the largest concentration of Blue Ribbon-certified trout water.

Disc Golf

From locals to ranch guests, anyone can enjoy the freshest mountain air and one-of-a-kind views as you play our disc golf course. Our course is characterized by open meadows with sweeping views of the Tetons and some fun challenges as well. Discs available for purchase in the gift shop.

Nordic Skiing

Our Nordic trails are the featured Winter attraction at Turpin Meadow Ranch. Designed by Olympic Nordic Skiing and Biathlon athletes, the track stretches over 20 km and several different trails. Groomed daily, tracks are set for both classic as well as skate skiing and start right at your cabin door.


Turpin Meadow Ranch proudly sits on a spur of the famous Continental Divide Trail, with more than 500 miles of groomed adventure. Our exclusive guides are some of the most experienced around. Their extensive knowledge of the trails and backcountry provides an adventurous and safe day in the snow.

Fat Biking

Enjoy the thrill of the riding over snowy trails this winter on board a fat bike. Join us at Turpin Meadow Ranch for a ride on our dedicated fat bike single track. With 20 km of trails to explore, you're sure to have a blast. Our fat biking trails are groomed daily and start right out your front door.


The Nordic trails at Turpin Meadow Ranch offers 20 km of groomed trails with views of the Grand Tetons that the Washington Post called "one of the best in the entire valley". Our trails are open to snowshoers of all difficulty levels. With tracks set to your front door, Turpin Meadow Ranch is an ideal spot to try snowshoeing for the first time or test your abilities on more difficult trails.

Night Ski Passes

Join us to ski, snowshoe, and fat bike under the stars! We'll be offering dinner and drink specials. Click to view more details and purchase passes for these events: Full Moon & Fondue on January 6th, February 5th and March 7th 2023 New Moon Night Ski on January 21st and February 20th 2023

Meet Our Guides

EleeSlopes and Saddles Expert
Ever taken care of 30 horses? That’s just a day in the life for Elee on the ranch. She’s logged more than 25 years working in and around the national forests and ranches in Wyoming, and helps lead our Nordic Center in the winter. If you want to know the best spots to visit in Yellowstone or the Grand Tetons, Elee can point you in the right direction.

Favorite Outdoor Activity: Pack trips

AaronWilderness Wildman
If you plan on hopping on a horse, fly-fishing, snowmobiling or exploring Yellowstone and the Grand Tetons, Aaron’s knowledge of the local area will make your trip more enjoyable. He has more than 25 years of experience working for national forests in Wyoming and the surrounding area, and knows the best secret fishing spots around the greater Yellowstone Ecosystem.

Favorite Outdoor Activity: Horseback riding

Want to see Yellowstone or Grand Teton National Park? Let Joey take you on a guided tour of both. Joey has backpacked in more than 25 national parks and countless national forests during the last 20 years. His experience in Yellowstone and the Grand Tetons make Joey the perfect guide for the trails during summer and on a snowmobile during winter.

Favorite Outdoor Activity: Downhill Skiing

JayFly-fishing expert
Jay Allen started fly-fishing when he was 11 years old and has spent more than 20 years as a guide. He’s managed fly-fishing programs throughout the U.S. Jay’s passion for entomology is particularly evident in his understanding of the intricacies of nymph fishing and “matching the hatch.” He understands the need for clients to have opportunities to bring fish to hand, broaden their knowledge and learn techniques that will improve their success on any water.

Favorite Outdoor Activity: Fly-fishing