The Pryor Mountain Wild Horses can be found throughout the Pryor Mountain Wild Horse Range. Regardless of where they are in the range, they are all the same Pryor Mountain Wild Horses.
Some of the wild horses live in the desert lowlands of the range, and many of these can be seen along
Highway 37 in Bighorn Canyon National Recreation Area. Because of the landscape and behavior of these horses, it is often difficult to find them. Bighorn sheep, mule deer, coyotes, and other birds and animals can also be seen in this area. Highway 37 is
a well maintained, paved highway that any vehicle can easily drive on.
Most of the wild horses live on East Pryor Mountain, and they are relatively easy to find. As in the
lowlands, other wildlife, such as black bears, mule deer and possibly mountain lions, can be seen in the area as well. However, it can be difficult to access these horses as available roads require a vehicle with good four wheel drive, low range, and tires.
It is highly recommended that visitors wishing to view the Pryor Mountain Wild Horses come to the Pryor Mountain Wild Mustang Center first. We can provide maps and directions showing current options for viewing the horses. Because we frequently monitor the horses, we are able to give current information on the status and location of them. We are also more than happy to provide further information on the wild horses that visitors do see as we know information about each individual.