We will be taking tours this year, and they have filled up fast! June is full and July is almost full.
The Center is permitted by the Bureau of Land Management to take small tour groups in to the Range. These tours offer visitors with a unique experience: To travel through the rugged East Pryor Mountain and to see the special Pryor Mountain Wild Horses. Our guests are given the opportunity to observe the wild horses in their natural setting, and our knowledgeable guides provide them with factual information about the history of the horses and the Range. Guests are also introduced to the scenic Bighorn Canyon National Recreation Area.
The Cost is $100 per person. Lunch is provided.
Please let us know at least 24 hours in advance if you will not be able to make your scheduled tour.
Please call or email us for more information or to make reservations.
The Pryor Mountain Wild Horses can be viewed by taking Highway 37 north. This highway is paved and goes through part of the wild horse range that is inside of the Big Horn Canyon National Recreation Area. The entrance to the wild horse range is approximately 12 miles from the Center and 23 miles to the end of the range. There are signs posted throughout the range.
There is a fee of $5.00 to enter the BHCNRA, unless you have a National Park pass.
The Higher Pryor Mountain Wild Horse Range can be accessed by taking Crooked Creek Road, Burnt Timber Road or Sykes Ridge Road, however, these roads are mostly for 4-wheelers or high leverage vehicles with at least 9 ply tires. Also, a person should be experienced driving in mountainous areas.
You may call the Center if you have any questions about the road conditions or need more information about accessing the Wild Horse Range.