Outlaw Trail Ride
The first Outlaw Trail Ride took place in 1990. It was the brainchild of local volunteers from Hot Springs County and many of the surrounding communities. That first ride, and every Outlaw Trail Ride since, serves as a major fundraiser for local educational scholarships, monument construction, and other endeavors. And this summertime journey now attracts riders from all over the world.
The Outlaw Trail Ride provides the adventure and excitement that defines the life of a cowboy out on the trail. It’s not “City Slickers”, the movie, this is real. The Outlaw Trail Ride is a weeklong jaunt, on horseback, that includes camp—outs along the trail. And it’s the same route that Butch Cassidy, the Sundance Kid, and the Hole-in-the-Wall Gang made many times during the early years in the Wild West history of the new state of Wyoming.
The Outlaw Trail Ride is a great opportunity to experience life as it was in the Great American West.