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The Three Seven’s Ranch • Ferron, Utah

The Three Seven’s Ranch, a working cattle ranch in Ferron, Utah, offers adult horsemanship camps that include horsemanship instruction and scenic rides in the rugged Butch Cassidy desert country of the San Rafael Swell and the breathtaking mountain landscape of the Manti-La Sals. Camp size being kept small (maximum 15 riders) allows for individualized instruction, meeting the needs of beginners to advanced riders, and creates a family-like atmosphere. Rounding out the program are arena games, trail rides around the ranch, a horse challenge course, and topics demonstrated and taught such as training the horse from start to finish. Delicious meals are served three times daily on the trail or back at the home place. Comfortable log lodge rooms and cabins provide a restful night’s sleep. Each evening ends with cowboy singer and poet Jeff Gore entertaining guests with stories and songs about the cowboy way of life.


The Three Seven’s Ranch

P.O. Box 1025, Ferron, Utah 84523 • 435-749-9704 • 777Ranch.org

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As senior editor of True West Magazine, Stuart Rosebrook oversees all editorial covering Old West travel, firearms and books. He has a Ph.D in U.S. History from Arizona State University, and he owns a multimedia communications business, Quo Vadis Communications, based in Iowa City, Iowa.