Thursday, April 23, 2015


Authentic Experiences at our all inclusive dude ranch!

An old proverb says "No one is ever too old to learn something new". It's the same for trying something new. No one is ever too old to try something new. These new, first time experiences are always special and will stay in our memory for a long time.
Given the environment a lot of our visitors and staff go through all kinds of new experiences during their stay. For some people it might be the first time riding, for others, who have spend all their life with horses, it might be the first time riding into the mountains through uneven and steep terrain or trying to jump on a horse without a saddle or another aid. Others guests spot their first grizzly bear, bighorn sheep or mountain goat during their wildlife viewing trip, hike up their first 3000ft mountain peak or catch their first fish.
As we are living in a wilderness on our all inclusive dude ranch, nature too brings forward new challenges and invites us to experience something novel all the time.

First time riding through a sea of wildflowers.

With our first Guide Training Program only a few days ahead, all the students who arrived earlier to experience the Canadian lifestyle on our all inclusive dude ranch are getting really excited. It is going to be their first chance to head out into the mountains and will likely soon be followed by their first experiences as a fully trained assistant guide going on their first Pack Trip.
Are you too dreaming of riding through the mountains, climbing mountain peaks and passing through a sea of blooming wildflowers, watching Grizzly bear cubs playing on a meadow below and only the endless blue sky above your head limiting you freedom?
It's not too late yet to make your dreams come true this summer and create many first unforgettable experiences along the way!
Here are a few 'first experiences' that happened only last week at our all inclusive dude ranch.

ESL student Maud packed her first 'horse'.

                                                   Our staff installed a new roof.

Our wild Cayuse horse Marshall carried his first saddle.


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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