Jim Allen - 1988 National Geographic

Jim Allen - 1988 National Geographic

Jim Allen - 1988 National Geographic

Jim Allen - 1988 National Geographic

ALLEN’S DIAMOND 4 RANCH has been a Licensed Professional Outfitter since 1973. The ranch is located in the rugged Wind River Mountain Range and is Wyoming's highest wilderness guest ranch offering log cabins, mountain trail riding, fly fishing, wilderness pack trips, and hunting on Shoshone National Forest. We access the Wind River Mountains from our ranch in Dickinson Park as well as the Middle Fork of the Popo Agie and Worthen Meadows trailheads.

The Wind River Mountain Range boasts the largest active glaciers in the lower 48 states, hundreds of alpine lakes teeming with wild trout, abundant wildlife and world-class fly fishing and rock climbing. The unique setting of the Diamond 4 Ranch in Dickinson Park gives you access to 100,000 spectacular acres.

Jim and Mary Allen started this small, family-owned-and-operated business in 1973. They are carrying on the family tradition of hosting visitors in the spectacular Wind River Mountain Range like Jim’s grandfather did here in the 1920's. Jim and Mary raised their three daughters on the ranch - Christin, Holly and Jessie. Now, youngest daughter Jessie is carrying on the family business. The Allens love packing in the "Winds" and are dedicated to using the land wisely with minimum impact camping practices. The Diamond 4 Ranch gets its name from the Allens’ horse brand, which has a history from the days of the open range.

Jim and Mary Allen - 2016

Jim and Mary Allen - 2016

Jim, Mary, Christin, Holly and Jessie Allen - 1996

Jim, Mary, Christin, Holly and Jessie Allen - 1996

Eric (Christin’s husband), Christin, Holly, Jessie, Mary, Jim and Scout - 2016

Eric (Christin’s husband), Christin, Holly, Jessie, Mary, Jim and Scout - 2016

Jessie Allen - 2018

Jessie Allen - 2018

Christin, Mary, Jessie, Scout - 2018

Christin, Mary, Jessie, Scout - 2018