The history of the Wild West passes through the Snook Ranches properties, amongst epic battles, vast open spaces and striking scenic views. Within a day’s drive, you can find these amazing places to explore.
The town of Sundance gets its name from the Sundance Mountain. Founded in 1879, the small town is infamous above all in giving Harry Longbaugh, Butch Cassidy's friend, the nickname the “Sundance Kid” after having spent 18 months in prison for horses rustling.
Devils Tower National Monument, the sacred mountain of the Lakota and the First National American monument, which became extremely popular after the famous film “Close Encounters of a Third Kind” by Steven Spielsberg.
Deadwood, a gambling city where you can even find slot machines in supermarkets. Plus every day at 3 p.m. at the Saloon Number 10, actors re-enact the famous shoot out where the infamous gunman Wild Bill Hickok was shot dead.
Mount Rushmore National Memorial, where one can see the President’s faces.
One of world’s largest mountain sculptures, carving a memorial to the spirit of legendary Lakota leader, Crazy Horse, and his culture.
A national park of sharply eroded buttes, pinnacles, and spires blended with the largest protected mixed grass prairie in the United States.
Visit the site of one of the most famous battles in american history and where George Custer died fighting thousands of Lakota and Cheyenne warriors.
A national park with native wildlife of Wyoming and home to nature’s mysteries and natural geysers.
At approximately 310,000 acres, the park includes the major peaks of the 40-mile-long Teton Range.
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