T he Prunty family
homesteaded in Charleston, Nevada, in the late 1890's. As the eagle
flies, Charleston sits only three miles from the Jarbidge Wilderness.
Nestled in a remote valley surrounded by beautiful mountain ranges, the
Prunty forefathers decided this would be home.
The Prunty home ranch is still a working horse and cattle ranch, and
outfitting has become a family tradition. With three generations of
outfitting in the same territory, we take pride in the service we
provide our guests and the country in which we operate.
racticing no trace ethics, we help assure that future generations will
witness the same pristine environment witnessed by our forefathers.
O ur base of operations is located in Murphy's Hot Springs, Idaho two
miles north of the Nevada state line and 13 miles north of Jarbidge. All
of our services are conducted in Nevada, which is sometimes confused
with our Idaho address. We operate under a Humboldt National Forest
Service Special Use Permit, and are licensed through the Nevada
Department of Wildlife. Depending on spring runoff, all of our summer
adventures begin in June.
Lowell Prunty, Master Guide, can be