Rocky Mountain Outfitters began in 1997 as a part time business to get through school. We decided to keep the name from my fathers business that began back in the 1980's and we continued with the same goal that he had in mind providing quality experiences to his customers. We began by offering overnight pack trips while being employed by Sundance Resort as horse guides and ski patrolmen. After a couple years, the opportunity to lease the stables became available, and that is when our lives changed. We saw the joy and excitement in people's eyes as they saw Stewart Falls from horseback, landed their first fish with a fly rod, or saw the incredible Wasatch Mountain Range blanketed in snow from high on Strawberry Ridge. These memories fill our hearts and give us satisfaction, they have become part of who we are. It gave us the desire to find a way to share these experiences with everyone and make a business work by doing so. When starting school, if one would of asked what our career would be it definately would not be what we are doing. It is amazing, our office has literally become the outdoors- teaching someone how to make a cast to a rising trout in the middle of the Provo River, riding on horseback through an amazing mountain range, or blasting through powder meadows full of snow on a snowmobile. We are truly blessed to be able to share these experiences with such great people. It sparks a fire in us each time someone tells us what an incredible office (the outdoors) we work and live in. Our goal is simple: to provide a quality outdoor experience. Our commitment is even greater to you, our customer. We value your business and look forward to the opportunity of sharing a piece of our lives with you in this incredible country. We promise our best efforts at providing you a quality outdoor experience, one that will make lifelong memories.
Happy Trails, Tight Lines, and Deep Powder
Joe Loveridge and Brian Gardner
Meet the Guides
Here is your chance to meet some of our quality staff, the ones who make your experience what it is. Without these incredible people Rocky Mountain Outfitters would not be able to provide the quality of service it does today. They commit countless hours learning the secrets of the river, working with horses, and being trained to provide safety and quality to the incredible activities that we are able to offer.
The guides at RMO: professional, enthusiastic, and passionate about a skill they love is what makes our guides the best in the West. These guides spend countless hours on the river to provide a quality outdoor fly fishing experience for you. They are committed to learning, understanding and adapting to the waters they fish. Get to know them, each of them make our team at RMO a better operation.
Orvis's Standard of Excellence:
Over two decades ago, Orvis set out
to make planning a world-class fly fishing experience easier for our customers.
We sought out the best fly fishing operations in the most exceptional fishing
areas of North America. The result was the
Orvis-Endorsed Lodge, Outfitter, Expedition, Guide Service and Guide Program.
Each endorsed fly fishing operation has its own character, but all share the
same high standards: great service, great fishing and an experienced,
professional staff. These standards of excellence are continually reviewed by
the Orvis staff and evaluated by visiting guests in post-visit critiques sent
directly to Orvis. Orvis-Endorsed operations cater to every ability from
beginner to expert.
Our wranglers are trained and skilled in the ability to work with people and horses. It takes a special breed to be able to put the personalities of people and horses together and still be able to relax and smile. These wranglers love what they do. They love horses, the outdoors, and especially sharing their stories with you on horseback.
Here are the ones who's lives are always in full throttle. We haven't figured out if this is actually a job or if we just get to go play with people in the powder and fresh snow all day. To be honest, these guides would do anything for their guests on the trail. Their number one concern is your safety, they take that serious. Digging people out, snapping photos of smiles, and teaching people the secrets of powder turns come second hand. Come hang out with us and we'll let you decide whether its a job or not.
Rocky Mountain Outfitters | PO Box 344 | Heber City, UT 84032 | Phone: 435-654-1655 | Fax: 435-654-4605 | Email: email@example.com