Wyoming's Foremost Outfitter & Guides

Why We’re the Best in the West!

When it comes to outfitters in Wyoming, we believe our name says it all. From the expertise of our guides to the quality of our camps, and of course, the incredible resource of the Wyoming wilderness, Best of the West Outfitters deliver an experience worthy of our name with each and every trip.

    • Our expertise in fair chase, free-range, migratory, multi-state big game, and trophy species hunts gives you the opportunity to learn with the best and explore new challenges as a sportsman.

    • Join us for not only our fall hunting opportunities, but also our summer fly fishing trips, Wilderness pack trips, and Trail Rides.

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“A Dream Trip”

If you want a great horseback hunt with quality horses/mules “Best of the West Outfitters” is the place to go. Bruce’s guides are top-notch and also top-notch cowboys who often frequent the rodeo circuit. This is a great plus in coaching us flat-landers on what we need to know about horsemanship.

– Lyle Swift, Harrison OH

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Join us for a day of horseback riding with cowboys on mountain trails through the high country of Wyoming. Take in majestic views of The Winds and Wyoming Peak and prepare for wildlife sightings including elk, moose, deer, and more.


Ride out on a summer Wilderness Pack Trip for a 3, 5, 7, or 10 days adventure with our expert outfitters in Wyoming’s backcountry.


Hunt mule deer, antelope, moose, elk, and bighorn sheep with experienced guides in areas we’ve thoroughly scouted to give you the best odds for harvesting trophy game.

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    Get your permits: Be sure you have the proper permits, stamps, points, and licenses for your hunt. We can help with this. Check our “Wyoming Game and Fish Overview” to get a head start.
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    Gear up: Make sure you have the proper clothing, personal gear, and hunting or fishing gear. PRO TIP: Make sure you can comfortably hike up and downhill in well broken-in footwear! Check our “What to Bring” page to get started.
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    Get in shape: Camp life is rigorous, and elevation is a challenge for many people. Hunters especially should be in good physical condition for strenuous hikes in steep terrain carrying heavy gear. If you’re coming from a lower elevation, it helps to arrive a few days before your hunt.
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    Go for a ride: If you’ll be riding a horse on your hunt, try to get in a ride or two before you arrive.
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    Get proficient with your firearm: One of the most important factors for a successful hunt is your ability to shoot well. Get plenty of practice at home and take advantage of the local shooting range when you arrive