Lodging (Year-round)

Music Meadows Ranch

If you are looking for a true get-away, Music Meadows Ranch is the solution. The guest house is amidst our 4,000-acre working cattle ranch in the high mountain valley at 9,000ft elevation. Not only are the nature-lovers fully satisfied with the views, but we also offer guests a true western experience.
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Ride the Range

Colorado Horse Riding

Whatever your skill level, we will match it with the most appropriate experience. Whether you are a beginner or an advanced rider, our guides can find a fit for you! Head out with our exceptional horsemen for an adventure you’ll remember forever!
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Upcoming Events

Music Meadows Ranch Events & Promotions

Don’t miss the cow working and ranch roping clinics with Buster and Sheryl McLaury this October 13-15! Sign up today to hold your spot – these are filling up quickly.
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Colorado Western Ranches Photography Workshop, One Space Available!

Colorado Western Ranches Photography Workshop, One Space Available!

We just had a last-minute cancellation on this previously sold-out workshop! Here’s your chance to shoot horses running in the snow with a mountain backdrop along with old barns, cowboys, homesteads and more. We will be shooting beautiful horses running against a mountain backdrop at sunrise along with old barns, cowboys, homesteads, natural grasses, streams and… Continue Reading

A Horses’ Life

A Horses’ Life

Ranch life for our horses is pretty good I think (and I think they’d agree!).  It is truly remarkable that the horse has been so well engineered to thrive in wild-like conditions, even though they have been a fully domesticated partner to humans for thousands of years. Summertime and the Livin’ is Easy Most of… Continue Reading

Winter at Music Meadows Ranch

Winter at Music Meadows Ranch

Winter started slowly here at Music Meadows this year. It was warm, dry, and frankly making us a little nervous. A working cattle ranch is nothing without thriving pastures and meadows, and those pastures and meadows can’t thrive without water. Winter is the time when we “bank” moisture for the coming year. Our groundwater resources… Continue Reading