Tuesday, November 10, 2015


The Winter season is coming soon... study English esl!

Greetings ESL students

As an ESL student, learning English esl is in high demand worldwide to develop communicative competence in the four areas of language skills, speaking, listening, reading and writing. Teaching English as a second language doesn't have to take place in just a classroom!

The best way to learn a language is by immersing our ESL students in English speaking country and Canada is one of the best destinations to study English esl. Now that you are determined to learn the language, the next big question is: what type of a learning environment do you prefer to be in? Do you prefer attending a university or college in a big city like Vancouver or Toronto? Or, do you prefer to experience the true Canadian wilderness beyond your classroom environment? Here at the English esl Wilderness Ranch, we not only provide a high standard of English language study by highly qualified ESL instructors, but we also provide a variety of wilderness activities to participate in BC's gorgeous natural landscape. Our ESL instructors are always teaching English as a second language in fun, interactive ways! As the winter season is approaching, we have lots of fun and interesting activities in store for students enrolling in the ESL program. Teaching English as a second language can have so many possibilities here on our ranch, and never means solely studying grammar. Have you always wanted to snowshoe across the forest? Do you prefer the thrills and chills of riding a snowmobile? Or do you want to participate in ice-fishing and catch a nice rainbow trout? If you answer yes to all these questions, then our ESL wilderness program is right for you. Give us a call or email us and we will make it happen for you. Check our website for more Details!

Best regards,
ESL Wilderness Ranch Team
Phone (250) 238 2274


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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