Sunday, April 26, 2015

Chilcotin Holidays

Spring time is upon us at our horse ranch!

As the spring sun starts to warm up the Chilcotin Mountains horse ranch, a rush is going through every creature living here: everything is more vital, more agile and comes back to life. Spring awaking - time to enjoy nature at it's best!






The dandelions just started blooming – a first sign for the first grizzly and black bears to slowly awake from their winter sleep. In fact people in Gold Bridge have already seen a Grizzly bear and even here at the ranch we have spotted the first trace of bears close to our green house where we have seedlings set up for our sustainable garden starting in mid-may. A bear claw mark has been made on the outside plastic, yet thankfully the bear didn't get in! We are going to have to build a pretty sturdy fence to keep the bears as well as deer away from the vegetable garden. Bear safety is a priority here at the ranch, and there have never been any bear attacks here - only fantastic memories! With the right education, these incredible animals can be marveled at from afar. Check out our Wildlife and Grizzly Viewing Tours, let our guide show you the hidden trails and take the opportunity to observe some of North America’s most majestic creatures. For more information please click here.



But not just the bears awoke – we sort of did too! We started spring-cleaning the whole ranch, renovated the roof and even brought up new walls in the ranch house for creating even more comfy space for our guests. Every hand was needed and everyone had the chance to help, learn and contribute to the horse ranch beautification. So come see it for yourself and escape the everyday life while enjoying the awaking nature around our horse ranch with our all-inclusive, stress-less packages.



Chilcotin Holidays

About Chilcotin Holidays

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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