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Pryor Mountain Wild Horse Range

#253 of 739 things to do in Montana Features Animals
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Take the guided tour for the wild horses.

I am so glad I booked a tour with the Pryor Wild folks. The road up to the mountain to find the... read more

Reviewed 19 May 2017
Saint Louis, Missouri

Firstly let me say that I am not a Horsey person. This area is well worth the trip , even if not I... read more

Reviewed 6 September 2016
Terry S
Hurst, United Kingdom
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Located in the southeastern portion of the Pryors, a federally-designated area for the protection and management of wild horses, wildlife and archaeological sites.
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Reviewed 19 May 2017

I am so glad I booked a tour with the Pryor Wild folks. The road up to the mountain to find the wild horses was intense. My mid-sized SUV would not have made it up, and even if I'd been driving the right kind of...More

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Reviewed 6 September 2016 via mobile

Firstly let me say that I am not a Horsey person. This area is well worth the trip , even if not I the local area, I strongly recommend the guided trip (book through Wild Mustang centre in Lovell) also consider overnighting in the 'Bunk...More

1  Thank Terry S
Reviewed 26 August 2016

we took the pryor mt tour with steve and nancy, ask at the wild mustang center in lowell. they know so much about the horses, its amazing. they also have the trucks needed to get up the real rough road, if you can call it...More

1  Thank anita l
Reviewed 10 August 2016

We did not do a tour. We stopped in the little building and got a map of the area and the extremely helpful couple working circled places on the map where the horses had most recently been seen. They also offered some information about the...More

1  Thank 101lolagranola
Reviewed 9 July 2016

The two-hour jeep trip up the mountain was an adventure and well worth it. We spent several hours with the wild mustang herd. A picnic lunch was included in the tour, and our group of vegetarians was very well fed. There was some walking involved...More

Thank UrbanGirl808
Reviewed 2 March 2016

I went on a February day when the sun was out. It was a bit cool but I didn't see another person for over 4 hours. I saw horses within 30 minutes of going into the park. There were a lot of interesting things to...More

1  Thank mcihawth
Reviewed 24 October 2015

Because I paint horses, I chose to take the day tour with Steve and Nancy Cerroni in July 2014. They were delightful hosts and Nancy prepared a nice lunch that we ate on top of the mountain. I could never imagine driving this road even...More

Thank Kate K
Reviewed 23 October 2015

We looked forward to seeing WILD HORSES. What we got was paying the government a fee to drive up a very poorly marked dirt road. It ran into the Crow Nation but again as it was poorly marked, not sure when... We had been told...More

Thank lupin06
Reviewed 9 September 2015

this is a beautiful drive and if you get to see the horses, it is a bonus. They are beautiful. there is a canyon that is breath taking on this drive also.

2  Thank V7855JWcarolm
Reviewed 2 September 2015 via mobile

This was the highlight of our day, and possibly of the entire vacation. The lady (hostess) at the visitor center was both enthusiastic and knowledgeable. She gave us a great introduction to the mustang range and terrific directions, including to a marvelous little cafe in...More

Thank Rickberlet
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