Thursday, July 13, 2017

Chilcotin Holidays

Staff tribute



Our four season wilderness tourism business is diverse staff. In fact, “diverse” is a word that characterizes our staff, whether you talk about their past experience, expertise, ages or personalities. They must know horse handling, shoeing, packing, guiding, cooking, camp preparation, wildlife habits, wilderness first aid, and much more. They must know how to communicate and deal with guests from every walk of life and from every level of outdoor skill. Most important, they must know how to judge situations, assess and determine the abilities and limits of these guests, and make the right right decisions. In many ways, the staff must be like our horse…calm and stable. Not any easy task!

Over the years, these skills and character traits have come in many ages, backgrounds and origins. From 18 years of age to 65, and from throughout British Columbia and across Canada. Even Australia. There have been seasoned wilderness guides, horse trainers, fire fighters, foresters, commercial fishermen, Olympic trainers, licensed farriers, horse loggers and more.

We wish to thank all our staff of 1996 for their contributions to a quality wilderness guides, horse trainers, fire fighters, foresters, commercial fishermen, olympic trainers, licensed farriers, horse loggers and more.

We wish to thank all our staff for their contributions to a quality wilderness experience.


Georgina, UK

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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