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Four people riding on horseback in the Bridger-Teton National Forest.

Groups

A cowboy hat hanging from a beam inside the Craig Cabin at Jack Creek Camp in Wyoming.

The Cabin & The Camp

Jack Creek Camp is the base camp for many of our expeditions and is surrounded by mature pine trees and mountain wildlife, making for memorable outdoor excursions. The famous Craig Cabin was added to the National Registry of Historic Places in October 2016 and gives visitors a chance to go back in time to the Wild West. Since we operate out of Little Jennie Ranch, we have the chance to transport guests to regions many don’t see.

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The Team

Our professional and knowledgeable guides come from a variety of backgrounds and life experiences. We pride ourselves on working with the best of the best, and our team absolutely lives and breathes the cowboy way of life. While safety is their top priority, our team is happy to go above and beyond your expectations to ensure you have the most memorable Wyoming wilderness experience possible.

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Our Group Facilities

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Dining

Here at Bondurant Basin Outfitters, we are known for our home-cooked, fire-roasted meals at our base camp. While you sit around the fire and get a feel for what life was like in the Wild West, we’ll cook up a delectable dinner for your group to enjoy.

The Gros Ventre wilderness and Bridger-Teton National Forest landscape.

Unique Access

From our starting point at Little Jennie Ranch to Jack Creek Camp and all the wide-open spaces in between, we offer visitors unique access to the Bridger-Teton National Forest and Gros Ventre wilderness that most people never get to experience.

A canvas tent sauna at the Jack Creek Camp in the Bridger-Teton National Forest.

Sauna

Take off the mountain chill by hopping into our outdoor sauna. Whether you’re at our base camp taking a break from your snowmobiling adventure or staying overnight on one of our pack trips, we can fire up the sauna to help you kick back and relax.

More Fun

Wildflowers growing in a field in front of a fence with Wyoming mountains in the background.

Hiking

Take a break from horseback riding and stretch your legs on a wilderness hike around the Bridger-Teton National Forest. Get a glimpse of untouched backcountry and stop and smell the mountain flowers. With plenty of photo opportunities, you’ll definitely want to bring your camera along for the hike.

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A bull moose standing among the trees in the Bridger-Teton National Forest.

Wildlife

From beavers to moose to elk to bears, the chances of spotting elusive wildlife on your excursion are highly likely. While stressing the importance of keeping your distance, we encourage you to capture these rare moments in time as you witness these mountain locals in their natural habitat.

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Wildflowers growing in a field in front of a fence with Wyoming mountains in the background.

Hiking

Take a break from horseback riding and stretch your legs on a wilderness hike around the Bridger-Teton National Forest. Get a glimpse of untouched backcountry and stop and smell the mountain flowers. With plenty of photo opportunities, you’ll definitely want to bring your camera along for the hike.

A bull moose standing among the trees in the Bridger-Teton National Forest.

Wildlife

From beavers to moose to elk to bears, the chances of spotting elusive wildlife on your excursion are highly likely. While stressing the importance of keeping your distance, we encourage you to capture these rare moments in time as you witness these mountain locals in their natural habitat.