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Green River Wild Horse Tours

#3 of 6 things to do in Green River Features Animals
Green River, WY
+1 307-875-5711
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Worth it

Beautiful views, decent dirt road when dry. Take your time, go to the edge, take in the views. This... read more

Reviewed 16 November 2015
United States
via mobile
Love it

The evenings and early mornings are the best time to see the mustangs, make sure you take... read more

Reviewed 2 October 2015
KevinLori F
Grace, Idaho, United States
via mobile
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15 Nov 2015
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1 Oct 2015
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Green River, WY
+1 307-875-5711
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Reviewed 16 November 2015 via mobile

Beautiful views, decent dirt road when dry. Take your time, go to the edge, take in the views. This road goes from Green River to Rock Springs.

Thank JoJo-n-Harlen
Reviewed 2 October 2015 via mobile

The evenings and early mornings are the best time to see the mustangs, make sure you take binoculars and a telephoto lens camera. The roads in the spring,summer,winter and fall ate easily travelable in a pickup. The horses will come up next to to hy...More

2  Thank KevinLori F
Reviewed 19 February 2015

trail up over white mountain, scenic, horses everywhere if your looking for them. Pilot Butte is the center piece of the tour, can be seen for miles.

1  Thank Roy W
Reviewed 26 October 2014

We almost missed the connection to the Wild Horse Canyon Road in Green River, traveling east on Hwy 80, using GPS navigator on phone. It's not really difficult to find, just follow the directions on the web link below. We arrived about an hour before...More

3  Thank wjbond7
Reviewed 25 January 2014

Galloping across the prairie with manes and tails flying and hooves kicking up dust, there is nothing more iconic in the West than a wild horse. Whether you spot them racing like the wind, clustered around a waterhole or grazing contentedly, wild horses evoke a...More

8  Thank lplexico
Reviewed 8 October 2013

We scheduled a tour with Rich and Dottie in September 2013. I adopted a horse many years ago and wanted to see where she came from. So, it was a dream come true for me. Rich and Dottie gave us much more than we paid...More

5  Thank LynnSteveArkansas
Reviewed 19 August 2013

I recently spent a Sunday morning with Rich and Dottie fulfilling a longtime dream to see Wild Horses in Wyoming and it is something I will cherish and talk about for a long time! The off-the-beaten-path route provided more views of horses and other wildlife....More

3  Thank AmiB1973
Reviewed 8 August 2013

My wife and I recently spent a full morning with Rich on the wild horse tour. Rich knows the country, the wildlife, and how to find it. He gave us much more than we paid for. He works hard to entertain and educate his guests,...More

2  Thank Dan H
Reviewed 30 July 2013

Rich is an excellent guide. He is extremely knowledgable about the environment, history and individual characteristics of the horses. My husband and I went with my 72 year old mother and 2 teenage kids and everyone loved it. The army vehicle is extremely fun. I...More

1  Thank Suzy K
Reviewed 1 January 2013

This was a wonderful way to spend the morning. The guide was fun and well informed. He knew how to find the horses and took us right up close. The highlight of our trip. The army vehicle we rode out in made this a great...More

Thank Lyle F
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16 February 2015|
Response from wjbond7 | Reviewed this property |
We did the self drive around dusk and saw only one horse but lots of fresh evidence on the road (poop) that horses had crossed the main road. We couldn't take the road out to the Pilot butte because the ruts were too deep... More