Terrain: A mix of standard trails & rough terrain
Total Time in the Saddle: 4-5 hours
Accommodations: Outfitter & standard tents
Meals: All meals (1D, 1B) & snacks provided
Min / Max: 2-10 people (singles can often join up)
(Total $295 / person)
Meet at the Ranch at 2:00pm. We'll get your gear, get you signed in, and load the Pack Horse. In the meantime, you can relax at the Saloon or give Cattle Sorting a try! Once we're set (roughly 1 hour prep time) we'll ride out to the beautiful Talon Chutes Waterfall. The rest of the ride is on some of our toughest terrain on our Rough N' Tough trails! Total ride time today is roughly 2.5 hours. Once at camp, you can enjoy the evening cooking over the fire, watching the sunset, fishing or just relaxing.
Meals: Dinner (Sample: Potatoes, veggies, beans & beef)
Day 2: This morning enjoy a coffee & hot breakfast cooked over the fire. You'll have a chance to relax while we load up the pack horse before riding out 2+ hours back to the Ranch. We will have a break at the Talon Lake Lookout, or a Cabin on the water, before arriving back around noon. Be prepared for some steep terrain, creeks to cross and unbeatable scenery.
Meals: Breakfast (Sample: Bacon, Eggs, Toast & Coffee)
It is very important to pack LIGHT!! We will only be able to fit 1 small back pack with gear, 1 compact sleeping bag, 1 compact sleeping mat & a small pillow per person.
Cowboy Boots / Boots with a heel Comfy "camp" shoes (optional) Swim Suit / small towel (optional)
Change of clothes
Good Rain Gear (important!)
Lighter & knife (optional)
Head Light / Torch Snacks
Sunscreen / Bug Spray Hat /
Warm cloths / gloves
Sleeping Bag (compact)
Sleeping mat / pillow (compact)
Phones / Chargers (optional)
Medications Benadryl / Advil etc.
Flask- optional (no glass or cans)
*We are unable to pack hard shell bags, please use backpacks/ duffles or dry bags (recommended)
As long as you have your personal belongings & sleeping gear, everything else will be taken care of on your pack trip!
Canoe at camp
Life Jackets at Camp
First Aid Kit
Remember, once we hit the trails there is no turning back. It is important you have all of your belongings ready prior to arriving at the ranch.
There is decent cell service on this trip, although we encourage everyone to turn off their phones!
We highly recommend packing your gear in a waterproof duffle / garbage bag.
Washroom facilities are the great outdoors or a "thunder box".
If you are staying additional night(s) at a cabin, please pack that gear separate to keep the pack trip gear to a minimal.
Please bring cell phones / electronics at your own risk, waterproof case / pouch recommended.