Friday, May 1, 2015


Health & Fitness Packages - learn horse riding while improving your health!

Fit and strong – mentally and physically

With all the renovations nearly done, we now get to the most important part of our spring related activities: horse shoeing. As our horses are our business and carry most of the responsibility, they too received an "update" during our first guide training. Hoof shoeing is important and necessary to prevent our sure-footed horses from injuries while riding through the tough terrain that can be found in the Chilcotin Mountains.

We shoe our horses every year before the horse riding pack trip season starts and it is also an essential part of our Wilderness Guide Training Programs. Our training program teaches you all the essential skills for working as a guide on horse-based wilderness adventures, including plenty of chances to learn horse riding!
The first Guide School has already finished, but there are still spot's available for our other 7 training programs.

Kristin finishing off Pika's hoof

The summer is coming soon and we want to encourage our guests to come and experience our healthy self-sustaining lifestyle by implementing our health and fitness packages. "Fit by Nature" - Health and Fitness Trips- Embark on a wilderness experience that will inspire and empower to live life to fullest. From guided day hikes to bareback riding, learn horse riding and hay rolling, there are endless ways to enjoy nature and the ranch-lifestyle as one grows fit and strong. Fuel the fun with healthy, home-cooked meals that include lots of vegetables, whole grains, and protein.
If you are interested in our health & fitness packages contact us via phone (250 238-2274) or by e-mail .

Rolling the hay - together it's a lot more fun... and easier as well!

Swing the axe to chop firewood and burn calories in no time.


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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