Horseback riding through the wilderness of British Columbia is a real adventure! Together with a guide, wrangler and packs on horses you go horseback riding in Canada’s nature. It's a fourteen-day trip, during which on riding days you spend three to six hours on the saddle. Together with your horse, you cross rivers, go up over mountains, and passe and trek through valleys. The riding days are interspersed with a few days at the cabin – and tent camps to relax.Here you can enjoy the landscape and the wild animals. You can fish in lakes and rivers, explore valleys or hike to the surrounding mountain peaks. Enjoy a campfire, and swim in crystal clear waters. In the morning, after a hearty breakfast, we look for the horses. In the distance, you can hear the sound of the bells around their necks. You’ll soon get to know the horses while horseback riding with us in Canada. You see how they focus their ears, the way they cross a river excitedly, how they gasp and sweat during climbs. You notice their snort for caution when they smell a bear.
For our guides, Rick and Bert, going on these adventurous journeys is not working, but it’s a lifestyle and a belief. Waking up in a landscape where silence prevails, you wash in a stone-cold creek. Here every day is a new adventure – that, for them, is what makes them feel alive. In the immeasurable, vast remote wilderness of Western Canada, not only do they live here in the summer, but they’re also here throughout the winter. With our experienced guides, you feel at ease among moose, bears, and wolves.