Friday, July 4, 2008


Multi-Sport Vacations – Guest Ranch Style

At Chilcotin Holidays we’ve developed 4-day multi-sport vacations for those seeking that truly unique outdoor experience. Get away from the city, and out of your comfort zone, with wilderness activities that provide you with new skills and experiences such as operating a chainsaw, bush whacking through the forest on horseback, rounding up some horses in the mountains – just like you’ve seen in a western movie – and much more.

At our wilderness guest ranch, you have the authentic environment to experience and learn some down-to-earth skills of every-day living in the Cariboo Chilcotin. Tell us your interests from the list below and we’d be happy to put a multi-sport vacation package together for you.

Multi-sport experiences and learning opportunities available at Chilcotin Holidays guest ranch include:

· Riding a horse bareback – no saddle

· ‘Packing’ a horse for a horse pack trip

· Shoeing a horse

· Riding on a horse chasing horses through the mountains

· Worming a horse (while holding its slimy tongue!)

· Exploring the inside of a grizzly den

· Riding a horse in the snow

· Mountain riding on horseback

· Shooting guns on the shooting range

· Building a log fence

· Swinging an axe properly to chop wood or cut down a tree

· Operating a chainsaw properly

· Riding off tail through the forest, bush whacking your way through

· Spotting bears in their natural environment

· Driving off-road on gravel tracks

· Going 4 x 4’ing in the bush

· Learn bear-defence techniques including the use of bear spray and bear bangers

· Riding horses in a white water river

· Driving heavy equipment such as a 4x4 logging skidder

· Operating a back hoe to move dirt and dig trenches

· Driving a big truck and trailer

Turn your next vacation into the experience of a lifetime with Chilcotin Holidays guest ranch range of multi-sport activities. Contact us and we’ll gladly customize a trip to suit you.


About Unknown

We are a licensed guide outfitter and we conduct guided wilderness adventures throughout our 5,000 square km operating area. This guide area has been operational since 1880, making it the oldest in British Columbia. More about us HERE.

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